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Ontario Police Arrest Arson Suspect
ONTARIO — Ontario police have arrested a man suspected of setting fire to seven vehicles at the Folk Inn, located at 204 N. Vineyard Ave. This incident took place on Jan. 13 at 1:50 a.m. when a suspect poured gasoline onto a vehicle in the parking lot and then lit it on fire. The gasoline spread to
Ruben Valencia Appointed Ontario’s Mayor Pro Tem
Ontario, CA – Ontario’s Mayor and City Council have unanimously appointed Ruben Valencia to serve as Mayor pro Tem in 2019 for a one-year term. Valencia, a Los Angeles County deputy sheriff who was elected to the Ontario City Council in November 2016, was selected as Mayor pro Tem during the Council
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Legendary singer-songwriter Don McLean brings his classic hits “American Pie” and “Vincent (Starry Starry Night)” to the Lewis Family Playhouse stage for an unforgettable evening of nostalgic music. Since first hitting the charts in 1971, McLean has amassed more than 40 gold and platinum records wor
Chino man charged with making threat against Citrus College, pleads not guilty
PUBLISHED: January 17, 2019 at 3:37 pm | UPDATED: January 17, 2019 at 4:41 pm. A Citrus College student on Thursday denied he made a threat to shoot people on campus which led to an hours-long lockdown at the Glendora college earlier this week.
Finding a geography of home in the Inland Empire
The first time I saw the images of “In the Sunshine of Neglect” — an exhibition in Riverside by curator Douglas McCulloh on the vast territory of landscapes in my beloved native county — a beautiful confluence of memory, history, image and dreams came pooling into the space. I knew every location in
Ontario International Airport: Over 5.1 million airline passengers in 2018
Over 5.1 million airline passengers moved through Ontario International Airport (ONT) in 2018, the highest annual total since 2008. The airport has added nearly 900,000 passengers since its transition to local control in late 2016 when more than 4.2 million flew through ONT.
More than 2,500 marijuana plants are seized at two locations in Rancho Cucamonga
Deputies seized more than 2,500 marijuana plants at indoor grows that were using stolen electricity in Rancho Cucamonga, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department.
The holidays are over, but we have lots to do in Claremont!
LIVING WITH CLAY The exhibition, “Living with Clay: The Julie and David Armstrong Collections,” curated by Rody N. Lopez, will be on view starting today at the Claremont Museum of Art, located in the Depot at 200 W. First St. The opening reception is Saturday, February 2 from 6 to 9 p.m. The CMA is
Riverside Police Searching for Attempted Kidnapping Suspect
The Riverside Police Department released a sketch of a man who reportedly approached a high school student and demanded that she go with him and threatened to harm her if she did not comply.
Ontario Police Are Reminding Drivers Under 22 That Impaired Driving Penalties Are Even More Severe
In the past few months, drivers have had to get used to a lot of new rules and regulations that are now being enforced once you get behind the wheel. While some new rules apply to the entire country, Ontario specifically has seen a significant rise in harsher penalties, making it the province with t
Pomona junior lineman Adam Karas remains a top Colorado target
When the recruiting dead period ended last Friday, new Buffaloes offensive line coach Chris Kapilovic made the rounds in Colorado. He checked in on each of the top four in-state offensive line prospects for 2020, including Pomona High School's Adam Karas.
Two dozen people trapped by rain-swollen Santa Ana River rescued
Firefighters, aided by a helicopter, rescued about two dozen people trapped by rising waters along the rain-swollen Santa Ana River on Thursday as an intense storm moved through the Inland Empire.
Man Arrested for Setting Six Vehicles on Fire in Ontario Parking Lot
ONTARIO, Calif. – A Riverside man was arrested after setting fire to seven vehicles in the City of Ontario on Saturday. At around 1:50 a.m. a suspect poured gasoline onto a vehicle in the Folk Inn parking lot then lit it on fire. “The gasoline spread to six other vehicles, engulfing them in flames b
California caretaker arrested after allegedly using stun gun to abuse mentally disabled adult
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (KTLA) -- A caretaker accused of using a stun gun to abuse a mentally disabled adult was arrested in San Bernardino Wednesday. The caretaker, identified as 52-year-old Dewaina Cunningham, was taken into custody following an investigation into a report of physical and mental ab
Four Arrested During Raids At Two Pomona Pot Dispensaries
Four people were arrested and over 26 pounds of marijuana were seized Thursday morning when authorities served search warrants at a pair of pot dispensaries in Pomona that police say were operating illegally.
More than 2,100 new Americans take oath of allegiance in Ontario
More than 2,100 new American citizens took the oath of allegiance Tuesday morning in Ontario. The new citizens were all lawful permanent residents who completed the steps to become citizens. The new citizens originally came from more than 101 countries, including Mexico, the Philippines, China, El S
Rainbow Gardens once had Pomona dancing, rocking
Today downtown Pomona is home to two concert halls, the Glass House and the Fox, which have played host to such acts as Neil Young, No Doubt and Beck. A few decades ago, another venue downtown also drew world-class musicians. Rainbow Gardens had dance bands in the 1940s, Latin American dance bands i
Jarvis: Time for Windsor to open door for weed stores
It’s legal. This region grows it. The city’s survey shows people want it. Windsor should allow marijuana retail stores. We’ve already made the moral decision. Legalizing recreational pot was a key pledge in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s election platform, and we voted for him. As of last October,
Man sentenced to 15 years to life for murdering bookstore owner in Pomona
Just after midnight on July 3, 2017, 69-year-old Dwain George Kaiser was shot to death in his apartment that sits above a Pomona bookstore that he and his wife had owned for more than a decade.
Raptors look to bounce back against Suns
The Toronto Raptors and the Phoenix Suns are both coming off losses they would like to put behind them when they meet Thursday night in Ontario. The Eastern Conference-co-leading Raptors fell 117-108 to the host Boston Celtics on Wednesday night, ending a five-game winning streak. Toronto squandered