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Man Fatally Shot by Officers in Upland Had Brandished a Replica Firearm: Police
Police shot and killed a man who they say brandished a replica firearm at officers in Upland Thursday morning. The incident occurred about 3:15 a.m. when officers responded to a call of a suspicious person in the area of West 11th Street and North Benson Avenue.
Why former San Bernardino County assessor is headed to state prison — not county jail — for Colonies conviction
Former San Bernardino County Assessor and Colonies corruption figure Bill Postmus will be serving his three-year sentence in state prison after all, his attorney says. When Postmus surrendered to authorities Nov. 30 to begin serving his sentence, his attorney said he qualified under prison realignme
Canada: Ontario cities already opting out of cannabis retail stores
The Ontario provincial government has given municipalities until January 22 to decide if they will host cannabis retail shops and some major cities in the Greater Tortonto Area have already made the decision to opt out.
San Bernardino County supervisors postpone decision on vacant seat; will weigh Brown Act question
San Bernardino County is suspending its bid to fill the vacant seat for 3rd District supervisor, saying Thursday that county attorneys will assess an allegation that the hiring process has violated the state’s open meetings law.
Police arrest Pomona man for hit-and-run in Montclair
POMONA (CNS) – Police arrested a 33-year-old Pomona man at his home today for a suspected hit-and-run in Montclair that left a bicyclist injured. Alejandro Lopez Cuevas was booked on suspicion of hit-and-run resulting in injury after detectives found him and his vehicle, believed to be involved in t
Suspect wounded in officer-involved shooting near elementary school in Upland
UPLAND, Calif. (FOX 11) - The streets in front of Cabrillo Elementary School in Upland remained blocked off from crime scene tape Thursday after a man was shot by officers. “You can hear them yelling,” one neighbor told FOX 11, who recorded the police confrontation after the voices woke her from her
Local one-day basketball events attract top talent
The stars will be out this weekend with Mission Bay and Carlsbad hosting top-notch, one-day high school boys basketball events. Friday’s Mission Bay Beach Bash in the Bucs’ gym is a four-team event with La Jolla Country Day, ranked No. 5 in San Diego, playing Orange Lutheran, ranked No. 20 in the st
Claremont community rallies around CHS family struck by tragedy
The Claremont Wolfpack football team is participating in a fundraising campaign to support the family of their JV quarterback, James Brazzill, whose mother, Krista Brazzill, was brutally beaten in the backyard of the Upland home she shares with James.
Police Searching for Hit-and-Run Driver Who Left Man Severely Injured in Upland
Authorities are working to track down a motorist who slammed into a 29-year-old man crossing the street with friends in Upland over the weekend, leaving the victim with extensive injuries.
Daily Bulletin on vacation: Montclair couple visit Montserrat Monastery in Barcelona
Dick and Norma Johnson of Montclair visited Montserrat Monastery in Barcelona, Spain, this summer. Monteserrat is a World Heritage Site. The Daily Bulletin is eager to enjoy its readers’ vacation trips with its regular Daily Bulletin on Vacation feature, publishing photos of readers on vacation hold
Ontario International Airport is fastest growing airport in nation, report says
Set to welcome more passengers than it has in the past 10 years, Ontario International Airport (ONT) has achieved the designation of fastest growing airport in the United States, according to a travel industry publication.
Grand Terrace extends San Bernardino County sheriff’s homeless outreach program
Grand Terrace will continue using a San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department program to connect homeless individuals to services and support. After hearing how effective sheriff’s Deputy Michael Schlegel was addressing the issue this fall, city leaders on Tuesday, Dec. 11, agreed to use $19,000 in
Suspect in fatal stabbing in Pomona is arrested in unrelated case in Los Angeles
A man suspected of fatally stabbing 55-year-old James Estrella in Pomona on Monday, Dec. 10 was arrested on unrelated charges in Los Angeles on Tuesday. The suspect, Gregory Jolley, 51 of Pomona was arrested at about 9 p.m. on Tuesday by Los Angeles Police Department officers from their Central Divi
Los Alamitos High thespians take home trophies
(Click above for more information.) The Los Alamitos High School Advanced Drama team scored top honors in a recent major regional theater competition. With its production of “The Entire American Revolution in 20 Minutes or Less,” the team won second place overall, while also winning the Audience Fav
ONTARIO: Police make arrest in 20-year-old murder mystery
SUDBURY - Greater Sudbury Police Criminal Investigations detectives arrested and charged 39-year-old Robert Steven Wright on Dec. 11 in connection with the Renée Sweeney homicide case.
Next phase of Gold Line will reach Pomona, not end in La Verne, transit officials hope
Facing political pressure, Gold Line officials now hope to identify $200 million in the next couple of months to extend the light rail to Pomona. Last week, Metro’s board of directors directed its CEO to report back in January with options for initial funding to extend the first phase beyond La Vern
Montclair moves ahead with new mayor, one less council member
Montclair welcomed its first new mayor in two-plus decades on Monday, Dec. 10, but the City Council seat Mayor John Dutrey once claimed remains empty after officials could not agree on how to fill the vacancy.
Bicyclist critically injured in Montclair hit-and-run; suspect arrested in Pomona
Montclair Police arrested a suspect in a hit-and-run collision on Saturday, Dec. 8 that left a bicyclist in critical condition. Officers responded to a crash reported at about 7:30 p.m. near the intersection of Orchard Street and Central Avenue, and found a bicyclist lying unconscious in the street,
Family of woman declared brain dead takes case to Ontario Court of Appeal
The family of Taquisha McKitty will argue in the Ontario Court of Appeal Wednesday that she's still breathing and alive, even though a lower court has declared her dead. "We're not convinced that she's dead," said Bishop Wendell Brereton from her church, the Breakthrough Temple in Brampton.
UFC 231 Medical Suspensions: Brian Ortega Could Miss Up To 6 Months
UFC 231 medical suspensions have been handed out by the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, the regulating body that looked over the pay-per-view at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on Saturday, December 8. Receiving one of the lengthiest suspensions was predictably main even