8 hrs ago
Bill tackles odd crime of grease thievery
We have re-imagined our design in a bold new way. Before we roll it out for everyone, we are giving select readers an opportunity to try out the new design.
12 hrs ago
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Tilted Kilt raises $115,000-plus for the Folds of Honor Foundation
Congratulations to Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery for raising $115,424 for the Folds of Honor Foundation - and an even bigger congratulations to the Chino location for being one of the nationwide fundraising leaders, contributing $13,000 of that total.
16 hrs ago
"Global Village, Conscience in All" San Jose Tai Ji Men Qigong...
Tai Ji Men is a traditional menpai of martial arts and qi gong. Dr. Hong, Tao-Tze, Zhang-men-ren of Tai Ji Men, inherited wisdoms of patriarchs from generations and founded Tai Ji Men Qigong Academy in 1966.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Pomona College museum to host After Hours party
The Pomona College Museum of Art's ongoing Art After Hours series will return with a Fall 2014 kickoff event on Thursday, September 4 from 5 to 11 p.m. Guests will be invited to view the museum's current exhibits, including Petrochemical America: Project Room, Project Series 49: Sam Falls, Allied Against AIDS: Sue Coe's AIDS Portfolio and Miniature ... (more)
Sat Aug 16, 2014
San Bernardino County: November ballot contests
Wednesday was the last day for candidates to qualify for the ballot in county, city council, school board and special-district races throughout the county.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Brown signs bill extending statute of limitations on bribery
Senate Bill 950, inspired by the Colonies corruption case in San Bernardino County and authored by state Sen. Norma Torres, D-Chino, suspends the statute of limitations until the discovery of the offense and applies to the crimes of giving or offering a bribe to a public official or public employee, or for asking for, receiving, or agreeing to ... (more)
Palo Alto Weekly
Parents urge board to consider middle school Mandarin immersion program
Then first-grader Kira Sterling reads a book in Mandarin at Ohlone Elementary School in 2009.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
San Bernardino County Sun
Trial commences in Riverside in federal terrorism case
RIVERSIDE >> On Nov. 16, 2012, three Inland Empire men packed their bags and hopped into a car at a Chino apartment complex with plans to drive to Mexico City, then catch a plane to Istanbul, Turkey, and from there another plane to Afghanistan, where they planned to engage in a violent jihad against American targets overseas, authorities say.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Victorville Daily Press
Report underscores need in local courts Updated at
Criminal-specific filings in San Bernardino County during fiscal year 2012-13: 327,075 - Total 19,729 - Felonies 32,574 - Misdemeanors 10,155 - Infractions 42,211 - Misdemeanors 222,406 - Infractions Source: Judicial Council of California's 2014 Court Statistics Report Likely reinforcing the need for more support in local courts to deal with heavy ... (more)
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Jurupa ValleyEASTVALE: Getting from here to there by bike
On shorter jaunts, Pettinger heads east to Jurupa Valley, where he sometimes stops at the Galleano Winery.
Tattooist draws upon art to seek freedom
CONTROLLED BY CHINA: Tibet has been occupied by China since the 1951 Invasion of Tibet, called the Liberation of Tibet by China.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Council Corner: Solutions to curb homelessness are complicated
As a resident of San Jose and District 4, I am concerned about the impact of homelessness on our community, and seek to find solutions to this serious social problem.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
San Jose Mercury News
Blotter: Officers find marijuana grow in Sunnyvale home
Grand theft and cultivation of marijuana--July 27, 9:52 p.m. Caspian Court. Electronics were stolen from a business the previous evening.
Parole denied for man who killed Arroyo Grande girl in 1979
Parole was denied Wednesday for one of four people convicted of murdering a 10-year-old girl who was set to testify at a 1979 molestation trial.
Contra Costa Times
Montclair Village: Unique tea bar sets up shop
While tea shops are plentiful, Sophie's Cuppa Tea's style is different, owner John Brown said.
Modern Sky Festival Lands In NYC
Tickets have officially gone on sale for the first annual Modern Sky Festival in New York, as it makes it's way to the United States for the first time.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Senator to push Attorney General to launch criminal probe on Bay Bridge construction
California Sen. Mark DeSaulnier, D-Concord, said Tuesday that he would deliver findings from his investigation of Bay Bridge construction issues to state Attorney General Kamala Harris to request a criminal investigation of actions by the California Department of Transportation and some of its contractors.
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Sen. Norma Torresa anti corruption bill clears Senate
The state Senate on Monday unanimously approved legislation prompted by the Colonies corruption case in San Bernardino County and proposed by state Sen. Norma Torres, D-Chino, that would change the statute of limitations for certain bribery offenses.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
San Bernardino County Sun
A change of plans made San Bernardino, not Chino, county seat
If it weren't for some dubious Yankee wheeling and dealing, Chino might be the county seat of San Bernardino County today.
Redlands Daily Facts
Yokohama Tire warehouse coming to Chino
CHINO >> A major tire company is moving into a distribution center here, bolstering the already­ thriving logistics sector of the economy in the Inland Empire.