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“I still think there’s a job I can do.” San Bernardino County Deputy Frank Harris was recently assigned to a Rancho Cucamonga protest of about 300 people that turned disruptive, with people in the crowd throwing items at cars and jumping on a school ...
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Digital Journal
We are headquartered in Pasadena and own and operate a modern warehousing facility in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. Najarian Furniture is the go-to option for those seeking wholesale contemporary furniture featuring innovative and trendy designs. Najarian ...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Motorists pulled over along the freeway near Foothill  Boulevard and tried to speak with the man, but fled after he displayed a box cutter or some other sharp tool, police said.
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KPCC
Democratic Assemblymember Chris Holden has proposed a bill that would seek to punish officers who standby and don’t intervene when they see other officers using excessive force.
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Tire Business
Light truck tire sales were rebounding in the U.S. in July after suffering a slump earlier in the year. For the first half of July, U.S. light truck tire volume (LT metric and flotation) increased 14%,
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Land-Grant Holy Land on MSN.com
To begin, we’ll start with one of the most reputable and, arguably, one of the most important positions on the roster: The Backup Quarterback. Then there’s the infamous Kenny Guiton, who did the impossible against Purdue in 2012 after Miller was carted off the field.
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Los Angeles Times
Black law enforcement leaders say they are uniquely equipped to understand the racism embedded in the criminal justice system, the history of oppression of their community and how that has sowed decades of distrust of the police.
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Las Vegas Review-Journal
For decades, a train running between Las Vegas and Southern California was a dream. Now, with the help of tax-free bonds, it may finally become a reality.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Can the L Line (formerly the Gold Line) co-exist with the Metrolink service at Pomona, Claremont and Montclair stations? A new study says yes.
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Champion Newspapers
The “Aedes” mosquitoes are aggressively biting residents leaving behind red marks that are itchy and sometimes painful.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
The Upland City Council debated but failed to come to an agreement on a proposed 1% sales tax measure for the November 2020 ballot.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
A Chino police officer fatally shot a man armed with a knife a block away from police headquarters, authorities said Friday. The man called 911 on Thursday afternoon and asked to meet an officer ...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Health club throws in the towel, with its CEO saying the second shutdown “was the nail in the coffin.” The club employed 256.
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Fontana Herald News
Testing for the coronavirus is continuing in Fontana and throughout San Bernardino County, but some residents are wondering: Why is it considered so important that tests be administered to everyone,
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Fontana Herald News
Testing for the coronavirus is continuing in Fontana and throughout San Bernardino County, but some residents are wondering: Why is it considered so important that tests be administered to everyone,
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The Press-Enterprise
Here are the food facilities that inspectors temporarily shut down because of imminent health hazards between July 24 and 30 in Riverside and San Bernardino counties. If no reopening date is ...
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