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Rialto, California is located in San Bernardino County. Zip codes in Rialto, CA include 92376, and 92377. The median home price in Rialto is $239,900 which is roughly $157/per square foot. More Rialto information.

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8 hrs ago | Desert Dispatch

Barstow police officers to sport body cameras in coming weeks

BARSTOW Barstow Police Department patrol officers will soon sport body-worn cameras, becoming the third agency in San Bernardino County to do so.

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Wed Apr 16, 2014

The Press-Enterprise

REGION: Inland men among six convicted of hiring prostitutes

The men were identified as Robert Deleon, 50, of Hesperia, Randal Galaz, 56, of Rialto, William Jones, 31, of Ontario, Josef Khou, 39, of Downey, Thomas Liu, 34, of Walnut, and Anthony Lopez, 39, San Bernardino.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

Market Wire

Metropolitan Police Select EVIDENCE.com & AXON for Body-Worn Video Pilot

The tender included both AXONbody cameras and EVIDENCE.com as the backend data management system as part of an evaluation being conducted by the MPS.

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

San Bernardino County Sun

Rialto Airport closure to make way for new mixed use community

RIALTO >> Redevelopment of Rialto Airport land, which began a decade ago and slowed down considerably during the recession, is just about ready for take off.

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San Bernardino County Sun

Walmart expanding in the Inland Empire

Walmart's presence in San Bernardino County has grown in recent months, with the addition last fall of two new stores in Rialto and Ontario, and a soon-to-open supercenter in Victorville.

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The Press-Enterprise

Real Estate: Warehouse market booming in region

Anyone looking for construction activity in Inland Southern California should probably first look at the industrial market, where developers are putting up distribution centers at a rapid pace, according to a report released last week.

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Sun Apr 13, 2014

The Press-Enterprise

MURRIETA: Firefighters' barbecue cooks up small-town vibe

Murrieta Firefighter Derrick Dellinger places cuts of tri-tip on the rack of a smoker at the 67th annual MurrietaFirefighters Barbecue on Sunday, April 13, 2014.

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San Bernardino County Sun

Community fruit park prepared in San Bernardino

SAN BERNARDINO >> It was supposed to take six hours to dig the 30 holes where fruit trees will soon be planted, but with more than 30 volunteers, the stage was set for the state's third community fruit park in less than half that time.

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Sat Apr 12, 2014

San Bernardino County Sun

Community fruit park prepared in San Bernardino

SAN BERNARDINO >> It was supposed to take six hours to dig the 30 holes where fruit trees will soon be planted, but with more than 30 volunteers, the stage was set for the state's third community fruit park in less than half that time.

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Mon Apr 07, 2014

The Press-Enterprise

LABOR: Teamsters seek contract at Corona food warehouse

Members of a color guard take part in the opening ceremony of the Sysco Riverside warehouse last May. the company is looking to expand through merger, by buying U.S. Foods, which has a facility in Corona.

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Metal Center News

9-7-11 News: Copper's Value Attracts More Thieves

The theft of copper-long an issue to distributors when the price of the material spikes-has become a major concern for officials both inside and outside the supply chain.

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Fri Apr 04, 2014

CBS Local

Metrolink Mulls Plan For Direct Express Trains From IE To Downtown LA

Transportation officials are considering a plan to take Metrolink passengers from the Inland Empire all the way to downtown Los Angeles on direct express trains, according to reports Thursday.

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Thu Apr 03, 2014

The Press-Enterprise

Lake Elsinore: Plea deal in rat, reptile abuse case uncovered by Peta

Mitch Behm, the owner of Global Captive Breeders, and David Delgado, the former manager of the exotic reptile business, stand in a courtroom at the Southwest Justice Center in French Valley during a Jan. 30 hearing.

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Metal Center News

9-7-11 News: Copper's Value Attracts More Thieves

The theft of copper-long an issue to distributors when the price of the material spikes-has become a major concern for officials both inside and outside the supply chain.

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Victorville Daily Press

PREVIEW: SB County Sheriff's moving toward deputy-worn cameras

After years of exploring the idea - including testing and researching - the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department appears determined to implement deputy-worn cameras, although its far enough way that a timeline isn't yet known.

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Wed Apr 02, 2014

The Press-Enterprise

Rialto Unified needs new leadership

Rialto Unified School District may have rid itself of both an accountant accused of embezzling lunch money and inept top leadership, but what the district needs most now is a radical change in culture.

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Tue Apr 01, 2014

Washington Times

Lawsuit resolved on Tahoe 4th of July fireworks

The biggest Fourth of July fireworks show at Lake Tahoe will go on as scheduled after tourism officials settled a lawsuit alleging the event polluted the lake in violation of the Clean Water Act.

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Mon Mar 31, 2014

San Bernardino County Sun

Harold Cebruna s last day at Rialto Unified School District is quiet

He had led the 26,485-student district as superintendent since February 2009 , making an annual salary of $240,600 for the 2013-2014 school year.

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Classic Trucks

1962 Ford F-100 - The Scavenger

Imagine a gearhead TV show that's a pretty decent knockoff of Storage Wars. Instead of Barry Weiss as "the collector" Classic Truck Wars would star Dan Keene as The Scavenger.

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Sun Mar 30, 2014

San Bernardino County Sun

Exclusive: Rialto Unified shows history of dysfunction

The Rialto Unified school board, president Joanne Gilbert pictured here, accepted the retirement of embattled superintendent Harold Cebrun on Friday March 7, 2014 saving the district 18 months of salary, $360,900, that they would have owed him if he were fired.

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