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Los Angeles Times
The club is a space for young girls, femmes and nonbinary teenagers to learn new skills and hobbies in an open environment.
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New Pittsburgh Courier
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic in May 2020, Oliver Kellman’s heart and kidney failed. He required two transplants to survive. When he went to the hospital on May 14, thinking he would probably need dialysis,
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Woodworking Network
Stiles Machinery has opened registration for its free virtual Manufacturing Solutions Online event, to be held Tuesday, May 11, through Thursday, May 13. Over the course of three days, a different interactive presentation will take place from 12:00 pm EST – 12:45 pm EST.
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Associated Press
Amphastar Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMPH) announced that the Company will release results for its first quarter of 2021 ended March 31, 2021, after the market closes on Thursday, May 6th, 2021, and will hold a conference call to discuss its financial results at 2:00 p.
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Bartleby.com
In about a week on Saturday, November 12, the Founders Day Community Parade in Rancho Cucamonga will start at 9 a.m. on Day Creek Boulevard, go south onto Jack Benny Drive, and end at the Rancho Cucamonga Epicenter and Adult Sports Complex.
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Medical Xpress
City of Hope, a world-renowned independent research and treatment center for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases, is now recruiting patients for a Phase 2 clinical trial to investigate whether pills containing white button mushroom extract could regulate the immune system,
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News Medical
City of Hope, a world-renowned independent research and treatment center for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases, is now recruiting patients for a Phase 2 clinical trial to investigate whether pills containing white button mushroom extract could regulate the immune system,
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The Press-Enterprise
Here are scores and highlights from Inland high school sports events on April 28. To report scores and highlights, send information to preps@pe.com by 10 p.m. each day. Scores are also taken from the MaxPreps.
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EurekAlert!
City of Hope, a cancer research and treatment center, is now recruiting patients for a Phase 2 clinical trial to investigate whether pills containing white button mushroom extract could regulate the immune system,
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The San Bernardino Sun
RANCHO CUCAMONGA — Cole Monsen was pitching a gem Wednesday afternoon, so it was understandable for him to show some frustration when he was pulled from the game after hitting the first batter ...
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The Press-Enterprise
The three were charged in connection with the Nov. 3, 2019, shooting death of 64-year-old James Cidney Brown in the 39000 block of El Toro Road.
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MyNewsLA
A third person was identified Wednesday as an alleged perpetrator in the 2019 fatal shooting of a 64-year-old man who interrupted a break-in at his Anza home, where he was cultivating marijuana for sale.
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Patch on MSN.com
A year and a half later, three people have been arrested and booked on suspicion of murder in the case, the Riverside County Sheriff's Department announced Wednesday. The body of James Cidney Brown was found at his residence in the 29000 block of El Toro Road on Nov.
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Temecula ~ Killing ~ Patch Media
Patch on MSN.com
A year and a half later, three people have been arrested and booked on suspicion of murder in the case, the Riverside County Sheriff's Department announced Wednesday. The body of James Cidney Brown was found at his residence in the 29000 block of El Toro Road on Nov.
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The San Bernardino Sun
The CIF State office announced Wednesday, April 28 that it has canceled all of the state championships for the sports being played this spring. However, it approved Southern California regional ...
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Medscape
The Ahmed ClearPath (New World Medical, Rancho Cucamonga, California), a valveless glaucoma drainage device, arrived on the market in late 2019. In ordinary times, ophthalmologists would have used the intervening months to familiarize themselves with this device,
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