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The Pie Hole (and more) is coming to Victoria Gardens |Jun 21, 2017

RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> Soon you’ll no longer have to trek to Los Angeles to order a handcrafted treat from The Pie Hole.

Woman drives self to Pomona police station after being shot |Jun 22, 2017

POMONA >> A Pomona man was arrested after he opened fire on a woman and her daughter as they drove to a store to run errands late Wednesday night, Pomona police said Thursday. Carlos Ramon Garcia, 21, was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, officials said.

Housing bubble in the Inland Empire? Here’s what the numbers say |Jun 23, 2017

Demand for single-family homes in the Inland Empire has fueled the strongest building activity in nearly a decade, according to a new report from UC Riverside, though experts say the recent spike is nowhere near the intensity and volume of the mid-2000s.

How to catch a ‘dive-in’ movie in Fontana |Jun 23, 2017

Some call them “dive-in movies.” Others say “flick and float.” Either way, it’s a very Southern California way to catch a film — not just poolside but from in the pool.

Fontana Mayor Acquanetta Warren meets President Trump — no selfies allowed |Jun 22, 2017

It’s official, Measure E in Upland has passed |Jun 23, 2017

UPLAND >> It’s official, a local ordinance which prohibits a variety of

Woman finds frog in salad at BJ’s restaurant in West Covina |Jun 22, 2017

Shawna Cepeda was enjoying dinner at the BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse in West Covina last week when she saw something funny looking in her salad. “I see something kind of rolled up.

Pomona police find 14 kilos of cocaine, 2 guns in BMW |Jun 23, 2017

POMONA >> Authorities seized 14 kilograms of cocaine and two firearms in Pomona on Thursday night during a gang suppression operation, officials said. Members of the Pomona Police Department’s Major Crimes Task Force and the San Gabriel Valley East AB 109 Task Force arrested Raul Gonzalez, 48, of Pomona, and Gilberto Ochoa, 18, of Paramount, on suspicion of possession of narcotics while armed, according to a Pomona police news release.

How much more a parking ticket may cost you in Rancho Cucamonga |Jun 23, 2017

RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> Getting a parking citation in the city will cost you more come July 1. The City Council voted 4-0 this week to adjust fines associated with parking tickets issued by the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department, which provides law enforcement services for the city.

How to get free tickets to a Dodgers or Angels game in Pomona and Rancho Cucamonga |Jun 21, 2017

Buy a ticket to see the Los Angeles Dodgers play at home through Major League Baseball and the cheapest price is $32. The lowest-priced seat at an Angels game is $20. But if you don’t mind spilling a little blood, you can get a free voucher for two tickets to either the Dodgers or the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, your choice.

Why your commute on Archibald Avenue in Rancho Cucamonga will be impacted for a month |Jun 24, 2017

RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> Motorists can expect some congestion near a stretch of Archibald Avenue for the next month as Southern California Gas Company crews replace a 3-inch natural gas pipeline where a leak first occurred.

Car wedged under big rig on 10 Freeway is snarling traffic in Pomona |Jun 23, 2017

POMONA >> A Honda was wedged under a tractor trailer on the westbound 10 Freeway near the south 57 Freeway interchange, snarling traffic Friday morning, according to California Highway Patrol reports.

The streak continues: Ontario Airport reports May passenger traffic growth |Jun 22, 2017

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.

Judge denies Oxford Preparatory’s last-ditch legal argument for survival |Jun 23, 2017

SAN BERNARDINO >> A San Bernardino County Superior Court judge ruled against embattled Oxford Preparatory Academy on Friday, saying the local school board didn’t violate state law when it declined to renew the school’s charter.

Why millennials living with their parents has become the norm in Southern California |Jun 24, 2017

Xitlali Tapia and Ivan Perez got engaged in January and set a wedding date for Nov. 25. After that, they’ll move in with a pair of unexpected roommates — her parents. Perez, 26, never dreamed of living with his in-laws.

Elderly Pomona man, allegedly beaten by grandson, was a neighborhood fixture |Jun 22, 2017

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.

LAPD seizes guns at Rancho Cucamonga home of officer accused of sex with underage cadet |Jun 23, 2017

Los Angeles police investigators are probing a cache of firearms taken from the Rancho Cucamonga home of an LAPD officer accused of unlawful sex with a 15-year-old female police cadet. Officer Robert Cain, 31, from the 77th Street Division was arrested Thursday morning by LAPD Chief Charlie Beck on suspicion of having sex with the girl.

Relief from Inland Empire heat wave coming — but not this weekend, forecasters say |Jun 23, 2017

A ridge of high pressure that has heightened Inland Empire temperatures and made spending any amount of time outdoors uncomfortable will still bring the heat Friday and this weekend. However, there is a modicum of relief in sight.

Pomona Rotarians provide meals to the homeless, one peanut butter sandwich at a time |Jun 21, 2017

Pomona Rotarians take their commitment to the community seriously, particularly through a variety of programs. But one that remains close to their hearts is helping to feed their neighbors in need. Pomona Rotary Club helps feed homeless individuals each month and has done so for years.

Firearms, 14 kilos of suspected cocaine found during Pomona traffic stop, 2 arrested |Jun 23, 2017

POMONA >> Two men were arrested in Pomona Thursday night after a search of their vehicle during a traffic stop turned up 14 kilograms of suspected cocaine and two loaded firearms, police said.

5 things you may not have known about Icee |Jun 21, 2017

ONTARIO >> The Icees were free-flowing at the company’s headquarters in Ontario on Wednesday, which marked the 50th “Icee-versary” of the cold beverage and the first day of summer.

LAPD officer’s Rancho Cucamonga home raided in connection with cadet scandal |Jun 22, 2017

LOS ANGELES >> A 10-year Los Angeles police officer is now at the center of the department’s growing cadet program scandal. Robert Cain, 31, was taken into custody Thursday. He’s accused of having an unlawful sexual relationship with a 15-year-old cadet who was allegedly involved in stealing police cruisers, Chief Charlie Beck said during a news conference at police headquarters in downtown Los Angeles.

Weekend events: Car shows, Chino summer concerts among Inland Valley things to do |Jun 22, 2017

Cruisin’ Brothers Car Show: Car enthusiasts are invited to a free car show, hosted by The Cruisin’ Brothers from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday by the gazebo near Ninth and Second avenues in downtown Upland.

‘Wings’ art exhibit taking flight — see what we did there? — in Montclair |Jun 21, 2017

MONTCLAIR >> An interactive art exhibit went on display Wednesday at Montclair Place. Called “Wings of the World,” the installation features six original life-size paintings of wings, created by six international artists, representing six countries — India, United States, Colombia, Singapore, Germany and Thailand, according to a news release.

Rival biker gang member arrested in Riverside Hells Angels slaying |Jun 22, 2017

Police say a 27-year-old man from a rival motorcycle gang was behind the May 21 fatal shooting of an Orange County Hells Angels motorcycle club member in Riverside. Joshua Herbert, of Corona, was booked into jail Wednesday, June 21, and charged with murder in the slaying of 31-year-old James Duty of Orange and the non-injury shooting of another Hells Angels member.

Road tripping? Here are rules for traveling with marijuana |Jun 25, 2017

The July 4 weekend will kick off the first summer travel season since California voted to join seven other states in legalizing marijuana for all adults. What’s more, there are now 30 states where medical marijuana is allowed, with a couple more close to coming on board.

Early female ULV art professor Joella Jean Mahoney dies |Jun 22, 2017

Joella Jean Mahoney’s works have been enjoyed by people around the world. Some of her paintings transport audiences to the vast desert of the American Southwest with its enormous canyons and majestic sunsets.

Man wounded in Pomona car shooting, crash |Jun 25, 2017

A motorist was injured when he was struck by gunfire in Pomona and then crashed his vehicle early Sunday, June 25. The victim was driving in the area of Indian Hill Boulevard and Kingsley Avenue about 3 a.

Why 30 Cal State San Bernardino students are heading to Mexico |Jun 21, 2017

SAN BERNARDINO >> Less than 9 percent of U.S. students studying abroad are Latino, and few of them travel to the sometimes-maligned nation on the southern border.

Beat the heat: Go jump in a lake |Jun 23, 2017

Summer in the Inland Empire means sunny days. Really sunny. OK, hot. Day after day of high temperatures in the 90s or 100s is not uncommon. At times like that, nothing is more delightful than a dip in a cool pool.

Where’s your favorite food truck right now? Bistro Planet’s app plans to find it for you |Jun 21, 2017

There was a time when food trucks were better known as “roach coaches,” and would only serve burritos and other fast food to construction workers. Those times have clearly changed. These days, an increasing number of food trucks are selling gourmet offerings that rival some of the fare found in Southern California’s more upscale restaurants.

Chino Valley Unified Superintendent Wayne Joseph to retire, here’s why |Jun 25, 2017

CHINO >> The 2017-18 school year will be Chino Valley Unified Superintendent Wayne Joseph’s last. After eight years heading the

Former Arroyo High School wrestling coach gets year in jail for sex with three underage students |Jun 22, 2017

POMONA >> A former part-time wrestling coach at Arroyo High School in El Monte who was charged with carrying on sexual relationships with three underage students received a one-year jail term on Wednesday, authorities said.

Father of missing South Pasadena boy arrested in Las Vegas on suspicion of murder |Jun 23, 2017

SOUTH PASADENA >> Detectives on Friday arrested the father of a 5-year-old South Pasadena boy missing for two months on suspicion of the child’s murder, authorities said. Detectives with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department arrested 35-year-old Aramazd Andressian, Sr.

The special role this farmers market will play in Upland |Jun 25, 2017

UPLAND >> Rene Moreno grabbed some freshly-picked onions from a black plastic cart and began peeling away the dirty layers. Moreno was manning the lone vegetable stand Tuesday night at Upland’s Farmers Market in Memorial Park.

Redondo Union High basketball star Ryse Williams dies of cancer a day before graduation |Jun 22, 2017

Redondo Union High boys basketball standout Ryse Williams, the 2017 Bay League Most Valuable Player who was headed to Loyola Marymount in the fall, died early Thursday morning at age 18. Williams’ coach at Redondo last season, Victor Martin, said his star player had been hospitalized a little more than a week ago after falling ill.

More to do in Memphis than walking (or Graceland) |Jun 24, 2017

I visited Memphis and, to get this out of the way, no, I didn’t go to Graceland.

New GOP health-care plan could wreck Medi-Cal, complicate California’s single-payer effort |Jun 22, 2017

Republican efforts on Capitol Hill to dismantle Obamacare could complicate Democratic efforts in Sacramento to take health care in the other direction. Revealed Thursday, after closed-door talks involving U.

Metrolink train strikes, kills man; delaying the San Bernardino Line |Jun 23, 2017

Metrolink trains along the San Bernardino Line were delayed more than two hours after a person was struck and killed on the tracks in Los Angeles, Metrolink and fire officials said. The train -- SB Line 316 -- struck the man at 3:53 p.

Where and when to watch and listen to the NBA Draft on TV, Internet and radio |Jun 21, 2017

Teams that include the Los Angeles Lakers, the Philadelphia 76ers and even the Boston Celtics are looking to Thursday’s 2017 NBA Draft to bolster their rosters with top college prospects. You can follow the NBA draft live on cable TV, radio and the Internet.

Five arrested by immigration agents Thursday in Bloomington, Riverside |Jun 22, 2017

Fidel Delgado Guerrero wasn’t the man immigration agents were looking for early Thursday morning, but he was arrested and may now be deported. He was nabbed in what’s referred to as a collateral arrest.

Friends, basketball fans mourn the sudden death of Ryse Williams, Redondo Union standout and Loyola Marymount commit |Jun 22, 2017

Redondo Union High School basketball player Ryse Williams has passed away, the school’s coach Victor Martin says. Williams died after a brief battle with a rare form of cancer, Martin said.

Doctors, nurses step up war on deadly sepsis |Jun 24, 2017

Dawn Nagel, a nurse at St. Joseph Hospital in Orange, knew she was going to have a busy day, with more than a dozen patients showing signs of sepsis. They included a 61-year-old mechanic with diabetes.

Why don’t mountain lions attack more people? |Jun 21, 2017

Like great white sharks and grizzly bears, mountain lions are one of the most fearsome wild animals for many Americans. But new research shows that the lions may be more afraid of us than we are of them.

Pedestrian struck by vehicle on Bloomington street |Jun 23, 2017

BLOOMINGTON >> Authorities are investigating a crash in Bloomington that sent a pedestrian to the hospital early Friday morning, according to California Highway Patrol incident reports. The crash was first reported around 3:45 a.

Azusa Pacific will grant Duarte Unified students guaranteed admission, other districts in the works |Jun 23, 2017

Azusa Pacific signed an agreement on Monday with Duarte Unified that will grant qualifying students in the district guaranteed admission, as well as an annual $10,000 scholarship. The agreement was signed the same day as APU’s

LAPD officer arrested, accused of sex with underage cadet |Jun 22, 2017

Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck said Thursday he personally arrested an LAPD officer accused of having unlawful sex with a 15-year-old girl in the department’s embattled cadet program.

91 Freeway toll lanes getting another rate increase in July |Jun 23, 2017

CORONA >> Get ready for toll lane rates on the 91 Freeway to go up again. Since opening in March, the new 91 Freeway toll lanes have already seen more than one rate increase (and some decreases).

Investigator testifies he knew of Colonies bribery principals earlier than previously stated |Jun 21, 2017

The chief investigator in the San Bernardino County Colonies corruption case testified under defense cross-examination Wednesday that he had heard of the principals in the case in connection with possible bribery months earlier than he previously claimed.

Headed to the Tool concert at Glen Helen Amphitheater? Be prepared for some traffic |Jun 24, 2017

If you’re headed to the Tool concert at the Glen Helen Amphitheater in Devore Saturday, you may want to give yourself a little extra time to get there as traffic through the area is going to be extremely heavy.