7 hrs ago
Marlou Colina's Oscars weekend
Super stylist Marlou Colina is still reveling in the glow of his Oscars weekend, working and rubbing elbows with the stars at the recent Academy Awards in Hollywood.
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9 hrs ago
San Bernardino County Sun
Mountain lion in Fontana attack not spotted overnight, police call off search
FONTANA >> Law enforcement guarded the foothills near the border between Fontana and Rancho Cucamonga overnight in case a mountain lion that killed a German shepherd early Wednesday returned to the neighborhood.
17 hrs ago
Girl Scouts Receive Counterfeit Bills for Cookies, Woman Sought
Some Inland Girl Scouts got a hard life lesson this week when they discovered their cookies had been paid for with counterfeit bills.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Ash Wednesday kicks off Christian season of Lent
Christians throughout Southern California observed Ash Wednesday, which marked the start of the 40-day season of Lent when believers prepare for Easter by making sacrifices and seeking penance for sins.
Security Systems News
Guardian Protection signs on a top California dealer
WARRENDALE, Pa.-A new in-house financing feature offered by Guardian Protection Services' authorized dealer program is a major reason one of California's largest security dealers has joined the program, expanding Guardian's presence in that lucrative market.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
Crooks pay for cookies with counterfeit cash
Two high school sophomores, Katelyn and Tari, were selling cookies Saturday in front of a Stater Brothers when they took in two seemingly legitimate $50 bills from a man and a woman.
Los Angeles Dodgers
Prospect Stripling to have Tommy John surgery
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REDLANDS: Grave robberies lead to two arrests
Two women were arrested on suspicion of stealing trinkets from grave sites at Hillside Memorial Park in Redlands, according to a police news release.
Colonies Case adds Intrigue and Spying allegations
David Bauman/The Press-Enterprise: From left, developer Jeff Burum; Mark Kirk, former chief of staff to Supervisor Gary Ovitt; former assistant assessor Jim Erwin; and former supervisor Paul Biane, in a 2011 court appearance.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Girl Scouts troop in Rancho Cucamonga duped by counterfeit money
At least two local crooks managed to swipe cookies and cash from a Girl Scout troop in Rancho Cucamonga using counterfeit money.
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Slaters 50/50 burger was FIRE literally
Last night ME n MY Hyna took a trip to Slaters 50/50 in Rancho Cucamonga for Sunday Funday .
Sun Mar 02, 2014
San Bernardino County: Phone hacking investigated in Colonies case
Authorities are looking into allegations that the cell phone of a key government witness in a San Bernardino County corruption case was illegally hacked by private investigators linked to the case of a prominent developer he will be testifying against.
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Memorial service held in Upland for ex-supervisor Jon Mikels
UPLAND >> A melody by a saxophonist and a pianist filled the high ceilings of Upland Brethren in Christ Church on Saturday afternoon as about 100 friends and family members celebrated the life of former San Bernardino County Supervisor Jon Mikels at a memorial service.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Vigil Held For Security Guard Gunned Down In Rancho Cucamonga
Friends and family gathered Saturday evening to remember a security guard who was gunned down during the commission of a Mini Mart robbery last week.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
San Bernardino County Sun
Fontana couple suspected of burning foster child with aerosol spray
Police arrested a Fontana couple this week after their 3-year-old foster child was found suffering from second-degree aerosol burns.
Bass Pro may be one that got away from Hosking Avenue project
Bass Pro Shops has pulled out of a long-delayed shopping center project south of Panama Lane, even as the Missouri-based sporting goods chain indicated Wednesday it remains interested in opening a store in Bakersfield.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
The Paramus Post
Maxlite Promotes David M. Delgado To Manager Of New Lighting Application And Certification Department
To meet the increased demand for specification projects and new products from distributors and other industry professionals, MaxLite has created a lighting application and certification department at its MaxLite West facility in Rancho Cucamonga, California, and has appointed David M. Delgado as manager, lighting application and certification ... (more)
Victorville Daily Press
Medical malpractice alleged in death of Mexican national
SAN BERNARDINO Attorneys for Geo Group Inc., which operates an immigration detention center in Adelanto, were no-shows in court Tuesday as they face a medical malpractice lawsuit brought forth by the mother of a Mexican national who died in 2012 of complications from pneumonia.
RETAIL: Expanded 4 Color Fantasies provides comic relief
Customer at 4Color Fantasies, Barrett Halcromb, 32, peruses the shelves for his favorite comics.