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Arraignment Postponed for Woman Charged With Murder in Wrong-Way Crash in Diamond Bar
A 21-year-old woman charged with six counts of murder for allegedly causing a wrong-way, high-speed, head-on crash on the Pomona Freeway in Diamond Bar was brought into a Pomona courtroom on a stretcher today, but did not enter a plea.
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Sun Mar 09, 2014
Warning: Avoid Park Avenue Enterprises (Chino, CA)
Sherman, set the wayback machine to a couple of weeks ago, when the last of our halogen torchiere lamps decided it would much rather be horizontal than vertical.
Joel Kotkin: Era of the migrant moguls
Increasingly, a search for inspiration about the region's future must focus, first and foremost, on immigrants.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Chino Hills: Passenger killed in crash identified
The motorist killed in a traffic collision in Chino Hills on Thursday, March 6, was identified Friday as Roberta Briones, 77, of Chino.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
BASEBALL: Chino Tournament Schedule
Samad Taylor and Corona Centennial will lead a contingent of local teams participating in the Chino Preseason Tournament.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
CONGRESS: Chino native enters congressional race
Chino native and San Francisco attorney Christina Gagnier spent the past two weeks walking the 35th congressional district, which stretches from Pomona to Rialto.
MANUFACTURING: Riverside Convention Center's chandelier electrifies guests
Bryer-Trawick is owner and president of Architectural Custom, the Riverside company that designed and manufactured most of the light fixtures that cost the city $275,000, one of the most spectacular aspects of the formerly dreary building's $43 million facelift.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
China arrests 3 more in train station attack, claims international terror link
Chinese authorities said late Monday that they had arrested three more suspects in Saturday's deadly bloodbath in southern China, an attack they hinted earlier in the day was linked to international terrorist groups.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
P-51 Pilots to Discuss WWII Missions
While it is a little close to the date for most people to act on, Warbirds News would like to highlight the upcoming Living History Event this Saturday, March 1, at the Planes of Fame Air Museum in Chino, Calif.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Peter Fischetti: Adopted children bring parents second generation of joy
Craig and Martha Johnson pose on the front porch of their Corona home with their five Chinese adopted children.
Chino, California: Ahmadi Muslim Imam refutes 'Resurrection proves Jesus is God'
On his radio show yesterday, Imam Shamshad A. Nasir of the Baitul Hameed Mosque in Chino , California refuted the idea that resurrection somehow proves that Jesus Christ is God.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
San Bernardino County Sun
Proposed legislation could ease physician shortage in Inland Empire
POMONA >> Proposed legislation to encourage more physicians to set up shop in underserved areas may help ease a physician shortage that numbers more than 3,000 in the combined San Bernardino and Riverside county region.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
San Bernardino County Sun
Transgender referendum supporters fail to collect enough signatures
For a second time, the California Secretary of State has declared that opponents of California's law that gives transgender students access to programs and facilities based on the gender they identify as, rather than the sex they were born into, have failed to collect the signatures needed to put the issue on the Nov. 4 ballot.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Air & Space
Finding Mitsubishi A6M Zeros that remain able to fly is a rare thing these days.
Contra Costa Times
North Korean dissidents seek Silicon Valley's help
In this age of smartphones and the Internet, it's hard to believe that the best ways to send pro-democracy messages into North Korea involve dropping paper leaflets from weather balloons and smuggling DVDs and flash drives across the Chinese border.
Victorville Daily Press
Parent involvement trumps wealth, superintendents say
VICTORVILLE Parent involvement and encouragement are probably more important factors to a child's learning than a parent's occupation, local educators said this week in response to the U.S.' poor performance in an international survey comparing children's math scores to their parents' occupations.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Buddhist center buying vacant 5-acre parcel in Ukiah
A historic seven-building, 5-acre complex that has sat vacant in the center of Ukiah's west side residential neighborhood for almost five years is on the verge of getting a new lease on life from the Dharma Realm Buddhist Association.