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La Verne City Council approves water rate increases

By Monica Rodriguez|

100 supporters, 4 local members of Congress blast Trump’s review of national monuments

LOS ANGELES >> At a rally Tuesday, four local members of Congress blasted President Trump’s executive order that called for the review of dozens of national monuments, which they fear could mean scaling back or eliminating those protected...

By Steve Scauzillo|

MOST RECENT STORIES

  • Beer

    BJ’s Brewhouse begins bringing craft beer to your door

    BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse has begun delivering craft beer to people’s homes. Representatives of the Huntington Beach restaurant chain say the alcohol delivery pilot program is available from these of BJ’s Inland restaurants. • Chino Hills: 4585 Chino Hills Parkway • Corona: 2520 Tuscany St. • Menifee: 30208 Haun Road • Moreno Valley: 22920 Centerpoint Drive, Towngate Plaza • Rancho Cucamonga:...

    Fielding Buck
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  • Solar eclipses

    LA’s eclipse-watchers flock to Griffith Park Observatory for a real ‘Solarpalooza’

    “L.A., we’re in an eclipse!” With those words at exactly 10:21 a.m. Monday, spectators at the Griffith Observatory erupted into a loud cheer. As the echo reverberated down the mountain, the bright, sunny sky suddenly turned murky, as if someone had activated a giant Instagram filter over the City of Angels. On the front lawn of the observatory, several thousand people lifted their heads toward the sky, almost all sporting protective cardboard or plastic...

    Denise Quan
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  • Breaking News

    Security scare at Ontario International Airport proves to be false

    A possible security scare at Ontario International Airport proved to be false Sunday night. Police were alerted around 10 p.m. when officials conducting a security scan felt a laptop looked suspicious and unusual, Ontario Police Sgt. Jeff Higbee said. It eventually checked out OK, Higbee said. Some arrival passengers were diverted to a different exit.

    By Stephen Ramirez Inland Valley Daily Bulletin|

  • Automotive accidents

    Toddler hit by vehicle in Eastvale dies from injuries

    A toddler who was seriously injured when struck by a vehicle in Eastvale has died, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department said. The child was hospitalized Sunday afternoon, Aug. 20, after being hit in the 5800 block of Hamner Avenue, the Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department reported. Sheriff’s officials have not said when the child died, how...

    Brian Rokos
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  • Solar eclipses

    Colonies corruption case halts so jury and defendants can view eclipse

    At the Colonies bribery trial in San Bernardino, jurors were given a 45-minute break by Judge Michael A. Smith just before 10 a.m. to observe the eclipse. “If you don’t have the appropriate glasses, do not look directly at the sun,” Smith said. Jurors had asked for the special break last week. The trial is in final arguments. Defendant Paul Biane and his parents joined several other people outside the San Bernardino Justice Center in downtown San...

    Joe Nelson
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  • Solar eclipses

    When will clouds and fog clear for solar eclipse in Southern California?

    Wait. It’s Eclipse Day in L.A. But will the morning clouds burn off, so we can experience the historic event? Here’s the forecast: We’ll have low clouds, fog and drizzle this morning on an otherwise sunny day. • RELATED STORY — 8 solar eclipse questions answered for Southern...

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  • Sentencing

    Diamond Bar man to be sentenced for selling illegal sex-boosting ‘herbs’

    LOS ANGELES — A Diamond Bar man faces possible prison time today for illegally importing the active ingredients used in erectile dysfunction drugs such as Viagra and Cialis and repackaging the drugs for sale as herbal sexual enhancement products. Joseph “Tzong Hwan” Jinn, 60, pleaded guilty in March in downtown Los Angeles to one count of conspiring to bring the drugs into the United States by means of false statements. He faces up to five years in federal...

    City News Service|

  • Accidents

    Covina man crashes Harley-Davidson, dies in Diamond Bar

    DIAMOND BAR — The coroner’s office today released the name of a 33-year-old man killed in a single-vehicle crash near Diamond Bar in unincorporated Los Angeles County while riding a Harley-Davidson motorcycle. He was Daniel Munoz of Covina, according to the coroner’s office. The man was speeding on a 2009 Harley-Davidson Softail Deluxe eastbound on Colima Road west of Fairway Drive when he struck the center median that divides the eastbound and westbound...

    City News Service|

  • Automotive accidents

    Toddler struck by vehicle, seriously hurt in Eastvale

    A toddler was taken to the hospital with serious injures after being hit by a vehicle in Eastvale on Sunday afternoon, the Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department reported. The child was hit in the 5800 block of Hamner Avenue shortly before 2:35 p.m., according to Cal Fire. The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department is investigating. Sheriff’s officials have not released additional details.

    Jeff Horseman
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  • Solar eclipses

    How Big Bear Lake’s solar observatory is contributing to eclipse study

    Most solar telescopes these days are in space. But there is still an active ground-based one perched at the end of a jetty on Big Bear Lake. Astronomers there are excited about today’s eclipse. Chief observer Claude Plymate is so thrilled, he left for Oregon. He’ll be in the town of Mitchell, with a host of amateur astronomers, as the moon completely blocks out the sun in that section of the United States. Plymate said he put in for vacation time 11 months ago so he...

    Mark Muckenfuss
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