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Four arrested after Pomona police serve search warrant, find illegal casino
Four people were arrested after Pomona police served a search warrant and found an illegal gambling casino in operation at a business, authorities said. About noon Friday, Dec. 14, the Pomona Police Department’s Major Crimes Task Force, with help from SWAT, served the search warrant at 1224 S. Garey
Mother: District turned blind eye to bullying, beating at Pomona Middle School
POMONA - A mother is accusing the East Ramapo School District of looking the other way while her daughter has been bullied and attacked at Pomona Middle School. It's been a rough start to the year for Shawnalee Nembhard’s 12-year-old daughter AnnaLee, who claims she's been bullied day after day by t
Tree felled for park brings school, community together
A large eucalyptus tree that was removed to make room for a park in Los Serranos will have a second life at neighboring Chaparral Elementary School. From start to finish, this is a community project.
Church hosts boat parade party
A Christmas party open to the community will be held after the Chino Hills Kiwanis Boat Parade at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 21 at Chino Valley Community Church, 14601 Peyton Drive.
What will happen to mural by famed Pomona artist when Redlands Chase branch moves?
Fifteen feet above moving signs, oranges shine gold in the sun on mosaic trees around depictions of historic Redlands locations and characters in Victorian dress. On Friday, Dec. 14, the Chase bank branch at the corner of Orange Street and Redlands Boulevard is leaving the building and its mural, bo
Pomona store borrows 'Toys R Us' name for the holiday season
POMONA, Calif. (KABC) -- En-Force Collectibles is a store full of childhood collectibles, things like Star Wars characters, Hot Wheels cars and other classic toys. So it makes sense for it to bill itself as a toy store, but the sign it has chosen for the front of its downtown Pomona store is definit
Star shines for 21 years in Chino Hills
A large star atop a home on Cadmium Court has been a beacon to Chino Hills residents for the past 21 years and its 1,400 lights are shining again this Christmas season. The couple behind the 9½-feet tall star made of PVC pipe is Ted and Julie Johnson whose house is off Soquel Canyon Parkway and Slat
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
Only drivers will be allowed to see Thoroughbred Christmas Light display in Rancho Cucamonga
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (KABC) -- Changes were made to the popular Thoroughbred Christmas Light display in Rancho Cucamonga this year in an effort to keep people safe and traffic moving.
Fire board member plans to sue Chino
Newly sworn-in Chino Valley Fire District board member Winn Williams said Wednesday he is planning to move forward with a lawsuit against the City of Chino after the city council rejected his claim. He said the city unjustly red-tagged his Chino home, labeled him and his family “extreme hoarders” an
Three suspects charged with murder of a teenage girl who was found dead in San Gabriel Mountains
Three suspects have been charged with murder in the death of a 17-year-old girl whose body was found in a culvert in the San Gabriel Mountains above Azusa in November, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department announced Friday.
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.
Anti-Semitism Awareness Mural Covered by Palestinian Flag
This week, a mural painted on Pomona College’s Walker Wall—which is deemed a free speech wall—to raise awareness of antisemitism after the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, was partially painted over by a Palestinian flag, with the accompanying message “Palestine exists. Acknowledge it.”
Upland police shoot, critically wound man in elementary school parking lot
UPLAND, Calif. (KABC) -- Upland police shot and critically wounded a man after he brandished a replica weapon Thursday morning in the teacher's parking lot of Cabrillo Elementary School, authorities said.
Assailant Spewed Racist Remark at Man in Ontario Restaurant, Victim Says; Video Shows the Sudden Attack
The man accused of attacking another man at a restaurant in Ontario called him a "----ing Mexican," the victim told KTLA — a incident local police are investigating as a potential hate crime.
18-year-old killed, 3 other teens injured in Pomona crash
An 18-year-old man was killed Monday in Pomona in a single-vehicle crash that caused major injuries to two teenage girls. Daniel Eric Paez, 18, of El Monte died at the scene of the crash, which occurred about 3:40 a.m. Monday on the White Avenue off-ramp from the eastbound San Bernardino (10) Freewa
Man Arrested in Connection With Break-in, Guitar Theft at Chino Hills Music School
A suspect was arrested in connection with a burglary at a music school in Chino Hills after guitars that were stolen were posted for sale online, officials said Thursday. Security cameras at Rockstars of Tomorrow, in the Chino Hills Marketplace at 4200 Chino Hills Parkway, captured two men shatterin
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
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.
Two years in, Pomona Mayor Tim Sandoval is getting traction
If Tim Sandoval wanted to hit the reset button on his leadership of Pomona, he smacked it hard enough to win a quiz show. No sooner were three allies sworn in to City Council seats last week than the newly constituted council went into closed session. Members emerged an hour later to announce they h