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Los Osos’ Ethan Trieu is the All-Area Boys Swimmer of the Year

By Gabriel Rizk|

Elon Musk winning over LA politicians for underground tunnel network

Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk, famous for altering the realms of space travel and cars with SpaceX and Tesla, is winning political support in Los Angeles for his next innovation. Musk’s plan to build a near-supersonic, environmentall...

By Sandy Mazza|

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  • Airport operation

    The streak continues: Ontario Airport reports May passenger traffic growth

    ONTARIO >> Ontario International Airport continues to see more travelers in and out of its twin terminals. In the first five months, traffic has grown 6.3 percent from 1.69 million in 2016 to 1.8 million in 2017. According to figures released by the Ontario International Airport Authority on Thursday, the medium-hub airport saw a 7.3 percent increase in May 2017 compared with the same month in 2016. The airport served a total of 390,516 passengers in May compared with...

    Liset Márquez
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  • Lakers

    NBA draft night was big for Lonzo Ball but it was huge for Big Baller Brand

    As soon as Lonzo Ball was selected by the Lakers as the number 2 pick in the 2017 NBA draft, the night became about Lavar Ball and his family-run Big Baller Brand. Within seconds of the announcement that the Lakers selected Lonzo, his father donned a Big Baller Brand hat in Lakers purple and gold. Both Lonzo and Lavar wore BBB ties for the formal event in New York City. The company also unveiled a Lakers-colored version of their Lonzo Ball “ZO2s” sneaker. A...

  • Movie Reviews

    See scary ‘American Horror Story’ costumes and artifacts up close at the Paley

    In May, FX’s “American Horror Story” producer, director and writer Ryan Murphy teased that season seven will be about the recent presidential election, as well as include deeper looks into some of the “Freak Show” characters. That said, fall is still months away, so how can a fan sate their AHS yen? With the “American Horror Story: The Style of...

    Michelle Mills
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  • National governments

    Fontana Mayor Acquanetta Warren meets President Trump — no selfies allowed

    Infrastucture Week may have crumbled — much like our nation’s roads and bridges? — but the mayor of Fontana has reason to strut. Acquanetta Warren had a seat at the table, literally, during the “listening session” with mayors...

    David Allen
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  • Lakers

    Lonzo Ball is finally a Laker but people can’t stop talking about Lavar

    After months of speculation and anticipation, the moment finally came: The Los Angeles Lakers drafted Lonzo Ball from UCLA with their No. 2 NBA Draft pick. For many, this was not a surprise. Also not a surprise was the fact that Lavar Ball, stole the show and drummed up lots of (hilarious) social media chatter. A lot of people took notice to the fact that mere seconds after Lonzo was picked, Lavar already donned a Big Baller Brand hat with the Lakers colors. Others were...

    Shannon O’Connor Los Angeles Daily News|

  • Logistical and moving services

    New OnTrac distribution center, largest in company’s network, opens in Fontana

    FONTANA >> As the number of people who shop online rises, so does demand for more distribution centers in the region, like the one that opened Thursday in Fontana to help speed up...

    Neil Nisperos
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  • Amusement and theme parks

    Meet the man who’s visited Disneyland 2,000 days in a row

    It started as something to do in 2012 — visit Disneyland every day. Now, more than five years later, Jeff Reitz, 44, of Huntington Beach, has passed through the Magic Kingdom’s turnstiles everyday since for 2,000 days in a row. “It was something to do to keep things fun,” Reitz said Thursday morning, June 22, after walking through Sleeping Beauty Castle. His repeated visits have made him a bit of a celebrity; several television stations were there...

    Mark Eades
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  • Assault and battery

    Why friend of badly beaten Pomona man says he suspected the grandson

    POMONA >> When Fernando Arriaga hadn’t seen his friend, Bob, earlier this month, he assumed the 82-year-old grandfather had gone out to run some errands. “I saw him the day before when he helped me with my car,” Arriaga said from his Pomona home. “He used to know a little bit about mechanics when he was younger. He knows a little bit about every thing.” Then the following day, June 9, Arriaga was shocked to see Pomona police vehicles and...

    Beatriz Valenzuela
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  • Entertainment

    Insomniac announces three more electronic music events in San Bernardino

    The NOS Events Center, 689 S. E St. San Bernardino, is going to be a busy place in the next few months with a bass bumping duo and their friends, a Thanksgiving weekend trance dance party and a “Psycho Circus” for Halloween. Los Angeles-based festival and concert producer Insomniac announced today that tickets are on sale for NGHTMRE and Slander’s local stop of their Gud Vibrations Tour,...

    Richard Guzman
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  • Business

    Inland gas prices drop below $3 a gallon

    The average price of gasoline in California is below $3, boding well for Fourth of July travel, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California’s Weekend Gas Watch. A gallon of unleaded cost $2.98, down five cents from last week. The average for Riverside/San Bernardino was even lower, $2.92 a gallon, down four cents from last week. The national average is $2.92, dropping in nearly every state due to the combination of low crude oil prices and high...

    Fielding Buck
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