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47 drivers arrested or cited at Fontana police checkpoint

Forty-seven individuals were arrested or cited Saturday night into Sunday morning during a Fontana police DUI/driver's license checkpoint, the department said on Sunday, Nov. 19. Officers arrested or cited 37 drivers for either operating a vehicle that was unlicensed or driving with a suspended or r

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-11-19 22:43:10

'Will & Grace' to 'Star Trek': 9 Series' Bosses Reveal the Challenges of Rebooting Beloved Series

There's no clear consensus about the origins of the phrase 'Everything old is new again.' But whoever coined it must surely have been working as a television programming executive at the time. This season's schedule - filled with a wide variety of reboots, sequels and spinoffs that have taken previo

HOLLYWOOD REPORTER - 2017-11-19 18:00:00

A time to be thankful

Perhaps some of you are not aware that I have been a guest columnist for this newspaper for a few years. I have enjoyed all the wonderful comments I've received and decided to write this week about why I'm thankful. I'm thankful to all of my readers who have shared how much they appreciate reading m

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-11-19 14:00:28

Inland educators excited - but wary - about Trump's $200 million STEM pledge

The White House's pledge to spend $200 million on science, math and computer education could potentially transform U.S. classrooms, but educators are waiting to celebrate until they know how the money will be spent. "I think it's positive that the White House is talking about STEM (science, technolo

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-19 18:01:40

Displaced Puerto Rican students continue their studies at Cal State San Bernardino

Hurricane Maria killed dozens of people, knocked out power to 80 percent of Puerto Rico and left many residents without clean drinking water in their homes. One analysis says the powerful hurricane might have caused up to $95 billion in damage. But four Puerto Rican graduate students did not let Mar

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-11-19 14:01:59

City of Riverside gets a new Dunkin' Donuts on Tuesday, Nov. 21

Martin Luther King High School students may soon have a new stop on their way to campus. Dunkin' Donuts is coming to 18641 Van Buren Blvd., Riverside. The new drive-through will open at 4 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 21, although the grand opening won't be celebrated until Nov. 28, according to representative

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-19 13:32:48

Gun and drugs found in traffic stop

On Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017 at 3:26 p.m., Deputy Ramstad conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle driven by Julius Armon, 28, of Highland for a vehicle code violation. As Ramstad approached the vehicle, he noticed Armon reaching around on the floor board. Ramstad saw a hand gun on the floor board and im


Small airplane makes emergency landing on 15 Freeway in High Desert

The two occupants of a single-engine airplane avoided injury Thursday, Nov. 16, when the pilot made an emergency landing in the center divider of the 15 Freeway about 10 miles from the Nevada state line, the San Bernardino County Fire Department said. The landing was reported just before 6 p.m. sout


Jonesboro police investigate shooting in downtown Jonesboro

The Jonesboro Police Department is investigating a shooting that happened Sunday morning in downtown Jonesboro. According to Cpl. David McDaniel, the shooting happened around 9:30 a.m. In a press release, JPD responded to the 200 Block of South Main Street in response to two adult male subjects who

KAIT 8 - 2017-11-19 18:20:17

The blessings are in the boxes

Students at Jonesboro's Visual and Performing Arts Magnet School didn't just study about the pilgrim's feast this school year. They worked to provide a modern-day portion of it for families who might otherwise go without food Thanksgiving week. The school operates a backpack program which provides e


Zonta Club honors three women for achievements

Empowering women and building on each other's successes were the order of the day Friday at the 2017 Zonta Women of Achievement Celebration and Luncheon at Ray's Plaza Banquet Center in Cape Girardeau. The Zonta Club of Cape Girardeau is a chapter of an international organization devoted to empoweri

SOUTHEAST MISSOURIAN - 2017-11-18 06:00:00

DeClue inducted in hall of fame

Gary DeClue, a native of Farmington and graduate of Farmington High School, has been named to the Culver-Stockton College Fine Arts Hall of Fame and was inducted during the Alumni Honors Banquet held on campus during Homecoming festivities in Canton in late September. DeClue, currently of Quincy, Il

DAILY JOURNAL - 2017-11-18 08:00:00

Survivors of suicide loss event held

A group in Jonesboro held an event to honor international survivors of suicide loss day. People gathered to share stories of loss, grief and their healing journey. Amanda Strange organized the event because she is a survivor of suicide loss. Strange lost her husband to suicide three years ago. "It j

KAIT 8 - 2017-11-18 22:31:31

Mallory Jordan Takes the Test...Again - Monday at 10

News follows Mallory Jordan as she takes the Arkansas driver examination both in the classroom and on the road. We'll hear from a local Driver's Education instructor and Arkansas State Police. Plus, see dashcam footage of some of Region 8's rudest drivers. Watch this Region 8 News special report to


Monette Bypass set to open before Thanksgiving

Just in time for Thanksgiving travel, lanes for a new bypass are scheduled to open next week. According to the Arkansas Department of Transportation, newly constructed lanes on the Monette Bypass on Arkansas Highway 18 in Craighead County will open, weather permitting, on Monday, Nov. 20. The comple


Councilman pushing for road widening project

Reverand Dr. Charles Coleman has pushed the city for years to widen N. Patrick Street in Jonesboro. Coleman, who is also a city council member, has stressed how dangerous the two-lane stretch of road can be, especially for children in the area. Coleman said kids are forced to walk in the road or in


Woburn student to appear in 'Nutcracker'

Tea Natale, of Woburn, a ballet student at International Ballet Academy's Burlington location, New England Movement Arts, will dance in this season's performance of "The Nutcracker" in multiple roles as a party girl, Snow, and Russian divert. The International Ballet Academy of Norwell will hold its


Service Dog That Went Missing In Woburn Has Been Found

WOBURN, MA -- Sam, the service dog for William "Chuck" Colacchio, a Green Beret who served in Vietnam, has been found. Sam was found Friday in Mary Cummings Park after more than a week that included hundreds of social media posts and shares, a aerial search by drone with an infrared-equipped camera


Police investigating after body found in West Roxbury Sunday morning

BOSTON - Boston Police responded to reports of a body found in West Roxbury Sunday morning. Police confirmed to Boston 25 News that the body was found at a housing complex on Temple St. in West Roxbury. It's unclear if the incident was a criminal act. Boston Police are actively investigating the sit

FOX25BOSTON.COM - 2017-11-19 14:20:40

Families call for action to stop police suicides

By Colin A. Young State House News Service BOSTON -- Police officers who have suffered through the suicide of a family member and the widow of a State Police captain implored lawmakers on Thursday to get behind a bill to require mental wellness and suicide prevention training for police personnel.

LOWELL SUN - 2017-11-19 11:36:23