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Rialto City Council puts annual pavement maintenance project to work
On March 12th, in a unanimous vote, Rialto City Council awarded a construction contract to Pavement Coatings Co. in the amount of $1,442,959 for the Annual Pavement Maintenance Project; and authorized a purchase order with Willdan Engineering in the amount of $98,058 for construction management and
Ono Hawaiian BBQ opens second Rialto location
On Friday, March 15 Ono Hawaiian BBQ opened its doors to a second location in the City of Rialto at the new Renaissance Marketplace; the first location is in South Rialto at the new Super Walmart Shopping Center.
Spectrum Employee Fired, Dog Recovered After Video Captures Pug Being Taken From I.E. Home
A Spectrum employee was fired and a pug has been returned to his rightful owner on Tuesday after video captured the dog being stolen from a mobile home park in the Riverside area.
Rialto fire personnel up for 8 percent raise as part of prospective 5-year contract
Rialto firefighters are up for an 8 percent pay raise this week, about three years after their contract with the city expired. City Council members could approve the hike Tuesday, March 26.
San Bernardino revises city law, reduces power of city manager
San Bernardino’s top administrator will have less sway at City Hall after elected officials last week approved revising the municipal code to align it with the city charter. Proposed earlier this month by the mayor’s office, the amendments include wording that requires the city manager to inform and
Homicide Investigation Continues After Discovery of 15-Year-Old’s Body in Compton
Homicide detectives on Tuesday continue to investigate the death of a 15-year-old girl whose body was found with a "traumatic" injury in an industrial part of Compton just a day after family members reported her missing, authorities said.
California Cops Who Allegedly Stole Over $225,000 Can't Be Sued, Federal Court Rules
Two businessmen who claimed they were robbed of more than $225,000 by police in Fresno, California during an investigation into illegal gambling saw their civil rights lawsuit dismissed last week, when the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled it was “not obvious” that theft by cop would violate
A suspect wanted for an attempt murder was identified and arrested
DATE/TIME: Monday, March 25, 2019 2:53 p.m. INCIDENT: PC 664/187- Attempted Murder with a Firearm LOCATION: 17900 Block of San Bernardino Avenue, Bloomington VICTIM: Confidential SUSPECT: Robert “PeeWee” Villareal, 41 years old, resident of Colton SUMMARY: On Tuesday, March 5, 2018, at 2:09 p.m., de
David Harris, of Yucaipa, arrested for a multiple felonies
On Monday, March 25, at approximately 3:09 p.m., Yucaipa Multiple Enforcement Team Deputy A. Alcala and San Bernardino County Probation Officer S. Ulloa initiated a traffic enforcement stop on a gray Lincoln sedan near the intersection of Yucaipa Boulevard and Third Street.
New Video In La Mirada Hit-And-Run Which Killed Grandmother, Injured Grandchildren
LA MIRADA (CBSLA) — Investigators Tuesday released new surveillance video in the hopes of identifying a male driver who was involved in a hit-and-run which killed a grandmother and critically injured her two grandchildren while they were walking home from school last month in La Mirada.
6 students hospitalized after ingesting unknown substance at local middle school
LOS ANGELES (FOX 11) - Six children were in stable condition Tuesday after ingesting an unknown substance at a local middle school, authorities said. The Los Angeles Fire Department responded to Palms Middle School, located at 10860 W Woodbine Street, just before 11 a.m. Tuesday. Officials said that
Three people are injured in collision involving three vehicles in Fontana on March 24
Three people were injured in a traffic collision involving three vehicles in Fontana on March 24. At about 9:35 p.m., the Fontana Police Department and the San Bernardino County Fire Department responded to the incident, which occurred in the 17200 block of Foothill Boulevard.
At Home megastore coming to Riverside, Temecula in California push
The home goods retailer is running through a “soft open” for a 85,000-square-foot store at Foothill Ranch Towne Center. It replaces a shuttered Sports Chalet and furniture store.
Two robbery suspects charged following officer-involved shooting in Indio
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives announce two suspects have been arrested in relation to an officer-involved shooting Friday night at a hotel in Indio. According to a news release by ATF, Manuel Luna, 20, of Corona and Matthew Hetrick, 21, of Klamath.
Officials ID Teen Girl Found Dead In Compton Industrial Area
COMPTON (CBSLA) – Authorities Monday identified a teenage girl whose body was found in an industrial area of Compton. Samantha Bustos, 15, was discovered in some bushes by a passerby walking to work a little before 1:30 a.m. in the 500 block of West Victoria Street, according to the Los Angeles Coun
LA artist builds 6-foot-high cheese wall on the US-Mexico border in California
Artist Cosimo Cavallaro is building a 6-foot wall of $100 blocks of hard cotija cheese on the US-Mexico border in Tecate, California, to express his view that Trump’s wall is a waste. He said he's built 30 feet so far.
5 alleged gang members charged in vicious attack of pregnant school teacher
LOS ANGELES, Calif. (FOX 11) - The Los Angeles District Attorney's Office says five gang members have been charged with the vicious stabbing and carjacking of a pregnant Beverly Hills Catholic school teacher in the Sunland area of Los Angeles on March 20.
California has never had a woman governor. These 3 women want a shot at it in 2026
The race to become California’s first woman governor has officially started. At a Sacramento Press Club luncheon on Tuesday, Lt. Gov. Eleni Kounalakis, State Treasurer Fiona Ma and California Controller Betty T. Yee all said they are open to running for the state’s top position in 2026, when Gov. Ga
Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve officials warn - do not park your helicopter in super bloom fields
ANTELOPE VALLEY (KABC) -- As Antelope Valley officials cope with an influx of visitors vying to view the super bloom, they're making one rule crystal clear: don't park your helicopter in the poppy fields.
Attorneys for Actor Jussie Smollett Say All Charges Dropped
Attorneys for “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett said Tuesday that charges alleging he lied to police about a racist and homophobic attack have been dropped. Smollett attorneys Tina Glandian and Patricia Brown Holmes said in a statement that Smollett’s record “has been wiped clean.”