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Woman riding motorcycle killed in head-on crash on San Bernardino streets
The San Bernardino County Coroner’s office identified the woman as Catrina Ratley, 31, of San Bernardino.
I.E. Middle School Dean Accused of Trying to Solicit Teen for Sex, Sending Nude Photos: Police
The recently appointed dean of a middle school in Banning was arrested after sending nude photos of himself to, and trying to solicit sex with, a 14-year-old boy who was actually an undercover law enforcement officer, police said Monday.
Man identified as double carjack suspect who died in road
RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) — A California man who authorities say tried to carjack two vehicles near Lake Mathews, and then died when he was struck by a third, has been identified.
FBI: Man kidnapped from San Gabriel area, held for $2M ransom
Three men are believed to be involved in Liao's kidnapping, and a witness reported seeing one of those three men. The witness provided a description of that man, known as "David," and authorities with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department created the sketch below based on that description.
Meth Seized From Man Passed Out McDonald's Drive-Thru
Police in Southern California who spotted a man passed out behind the wheel of his car in a McDonald's drive-thru lane discovered a stash of methamphetamine in the glove compartment.Officials say officers found the man around 2:30 a.m. Saturday in Fullerton, south of Los Angeles.The officers searche
New questions raised on ICE arrest of IE man driving pregnant wife to hospital
The incident was caught on surveillance video at the San Bernardino gas station, which showed ICE agents surrounding the couple's minivan as they pulled into the business. The couple were asked to provide identification and when 36-year-old Joel Arrona-Lara could not provide his, agents took him int
ALMANAC: Teens on the scene and their love in serving others | Claremont Courier
There are many reasons why students choose to volunteer. It could be for college acceptance, career exploration, due to parental influence or religious affiliations or simply just for the love of serving others.
Here are 14 deals to save you money at the LA County Fair
It’s no secret that spending a fun day at the LA County Fair can be expensive – this year it will cost a family of four $59-$79 just to get in the door. But there are a number of deals on admission and parking, as well as some for carnival rides, shopping and even food.Single Day and Carnival offer:
96 Grams of Meth Seized From Man Passed Out While in a Fullerton McDonald’s Drive-Thru: Police
There were also a number of items indicating the man was going to sell the meth, according to police, though no information about what the items were has been released.
ICE Arrests Man Driving His Pregnant Wife to a Hospital to Give Birth
On Wednesday, ICE agents detained Joel Arrona-Lara, 36, at a gas station in San Bernardino, CA. Arrona-Lara was en route to a local hospital with his pregnant wife, Maria del Carmen Venegas, who was scheduled to deliver the couple’s son by cesarean section. After the arrest, the agents left Venegas
Man shot to death near Colton house party
COLTON, Calif. (KABC) --Police are investigating after finding a man found shot to death outside a house party in Colton.Officers were responding to a complaint near Rancho Avenue and Stevenson just after midnight.On their way, they discovered the wounded man inside his car.The victim was taken to a
Death Row Inmate Convicted of Quadruple Murder in Chino Hills Asks Governor for DNA Testing of New Evidence
Muranda Jacques and Leo Lopez of San Jose rest outside of California State Prison at San Quentin on Feb. 9, 2004, as they protested in opposition to the execution of convicted killer Kevin Cooper. (Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Fontana man is sworn in as CHP officer
Fontana resident Bernardo Guido Vergara has been sworn in as a California Highway Patrol officer.Bernardo Guido Vergara of Fontana has successfully completed the 28-week cadet training course at the California Highway Patrol (CHP) Academy.He is assigned to duty at the CHP's East Los Angeles Area off
Sobriety Checkpoint In Diamond Bar Nets Two Arrests
DIAMOND BAR, CA -- An overnight driver's license/sobriety checkpoint in Diamond Bar netted two arrests, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department reported Saturday. One person was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving and another motorist was arrested on suspicion of operating a vehicle with a su
2 men seriously wounded during fight in downtown Riverside
Officers went to the 3400 block of 5th Street at 8:20 p.m. on a call about the fight, and found two men had been shot several times, police said in a news release Sunday, Aug.19.
18-year-old man killed in stabbing tied to party at warehouse site
SANTA ANA – An 18-year-old man is dead after a stabbing that police discovered while investigating reports of an “unsanctioned” outdoor party at a warehouse location on Saturday night.Officers responded to calls about the party in the 2000 block of S. Eastwood Avenue at 11:56 p.m. on Aug. 18. As the
Man arrested while taking pregnant wife to hospital wanted for murder, ICE says
The incident was caught on surveillance video Wednesday at the gas station, which showed ICE agents surrounding the couple's minivan as they pulled into the business. The couple were asked to provide identification and when 36-year-old Joel Arrona-Lara could not provide his, agents took him into cus
Police Pursuit in Baldwin Park Area
Watch Live Video From NBCLA.comPolice were pursuing a vehicle in the Baldwin Park area on Saturday night at approximately 8:45 p.m.Meghan Reyes and Newschopper4 Bravo were overhead.Refresh this page for updates.
Social media threat, rumors cause panic at football game at Diamond Bar High School
DIAMOND BAR – A social media threat of a shooter at a high school football game on Friday night caused panic as players, school officials and crowds rushed for safety, but authorities confirmed the threat was not credible.Sheriff’s deputies with the Walnut/Diamond Bar Sheriff’s Station were dispatch
4 arrested at DUI checkpoint in Riverside
Among the 759 drivers screened, 30 were cited for miscellaneous violations. Fifteen were cited for being unlicensed or driving with their license suspended or revoked, a news release said. Four were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Eight vehicles were impound