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  • Garden Grove man charged in Montclair crash that killed 5-year-old, grandparents
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    A Garden Grove man has been arrested in connection with the traffic-crash deaths of a Pomona husband and wife and their 5-year-old grandson last weekend in Montclair, police said Thursday, Feb. 13.
  • Disneyland has a new 5-tier price system: Here’s how much you’ll pay
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Not all Disneyland tickets are created equal now that the Anaheim theme park has raised admission prices and instituted a new 5-tier pricing system. Data analysis of Disneyland’s daily single ...
  • The Eat Index: OC: Fire up this pizza on Balboa Island
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Fennel sausage pizza at Snipe Island Crafthouse on Balboa Island (Photo by Brad A. Johnson, Orange County Register/SCNG) f you visit Snipe Island Crafthouse, a pub that quietly opened on Balboa ...
  • Dodgers 2020 spring training preview: Who’s here? Who’s gone?
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    New Dodgers Mookie Betts, David Price arrive in L.A. eager for new starts Dodgers’ trade for Mookie Betts, David Price is finally official Dodgers 2020 spring training preview: outfield ...
  • Boys soccer: Bishop Amat pulls off wild win in sudden-death overtime, and other first round scores
    San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    Wednesday’s featured game and scores from the first round of the CIF Southern Section boys soccer playoffs. Bishop Amat 4, Claremont 3 (2OT): Bishop Amat opened the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 5 playoffs with a wild victory in double overtime. Adrian Ochoa’s penalty kick in the 105th minute ended the marathon ...
  • Banning factory fire could spark ‘Vinylgeddon’ album stall
    No one was injured in the blaze. Dennis Callaci, general manager of Claremont retailer Rhino Records and Riverside’s Mad Platter, said the vinyl records’ supply chain had already been slowed by another problem in the last year. Orders that used to take a week for delivery now can take a month or longer, he said, due to a shift in facilities.
  • Delta sued again over jet fuel dumped on LA-area schools
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    LOS ANGELES — Delta Air Lines is facing a lawsuit from three students at Pioneer High School in Whittier who claim they experienced symptoms such as emotional distress, skin irritation ...
  • Girls’ water polo: Southern Section playoff results and updated pairings
    Los Angeles Times
    Los Alamitos vs. #1 Laguna Beach at Capistrano Valley, 5 p.m. #4 Newport Harbor vs. Santa Margarita at Saddleback College, 6:30 p.m.
  • Person shot to death at Perris park
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    A person was shot to death at a park in Perris on Wednesday night, Feb. 12, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department said. Deputies responded to Paragon Park at 264 Spectacular Bid St. One ...
  • What’s open and closed in the Inland Empire on Presidents Day
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    GOVERNMENT OFFICES: All federal, state, Riverside County and San Bernardino County, and most city offices will be closed Monday. MAIL DELIVERY: Mail will not be delivered Monday. FINANCIAL ...
  • California’s creative economy supports 2.68 million jobs, study says
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    California’s creative economy packs a $209 billion punch. A study commissioned by Otis College of Art and Design shows the state’s creative industries support 2.68 million jobs, generate $209 ...
  • Montclair Catholic church replaces two vandalized statues
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Two statues bought to replace those vandalized last year at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Montclair were blessed by Bishop Gerald R. Barnes on Tuesday evening, Feb. 11. The pair of ...
  • Here’s what you need to know about the La Verne election in March
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Tense relations between City Hall and the Fire Department, and concerns over the health of La Verne’s budget are top issues for mayoral and City Council candidates. Three candidates including ...
  • See our 29 favorite photos from the Westminster dog show
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
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  • The good, the bad and the ugly of President Trump
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    President Donald Trump “saved the United States,” says former Trump adviser Steve Bannon. He’s one of the “smartest, most clever and successful” presidents, says Fox’s Jeanine Pirro.
  • Meet 3 of the women competing in the Queen Mary’s Highland Games
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    These ancient games are a pre-cursor to the modern Olympics, and they’re all about brute strength, agility, skills and throwing really, really heavy things really, really far and high.
  • Eastvale vocal coach is committed to teaching
    Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Brittany McMains isn’t sure exactly what got her interested in performing, but she remembers always doing it. Vocal coach and musical theater performer Brittany McMains. (Photo by Diana Stoffel ...
  • Rider Blog: Jason Saltzman – California to Austria
    Pez Cycling News
    Rolling through campus at Claremont McKenna after using residual fitness at the end of 2018 to ride ... I continued to show promise on the local Northern California scene, including a win at the infamous Nevada City. While Team Illuminate provided the opportunity to do high level domestic races, I needed more structure and mentoring to fully ...
  • Girls’ water polo: Southern Section wild-card results
    Los Angeles Times
    Los Alamitos vs. #1 Laguna Beach at Capistrano Valley, 5:30 p.m. #4 Newport Harbor vs. Santa Margarita at Saddleback College, 6:30 p.m. Mater Dei vs. #3 San Marcos at Dos Pueblos, 5:30 p.m.
  • Think smart as we plan for job growth in the Inland Empire
    The Press-Enterprise
    The time to act is now. Manfred Keil is chief economist for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership and professor of economics at Claremont McKenna College, Yao Li is senior analyst at the Lowe Institute of Political Economy, Claremont McKenna College.