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  1. Inland women face pay gapRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2015 | The Press-Enterprise

    Female workers in Inland Southern California who feel they are not earning as much as their male counterparts got some new tools Tuesday to challenge gender-based wage gaps, as Gov. Jerry Brown signed new legislation into law. "Hurray, and what an exciting day," state Sen. Connie Leyva said in a telephone interview.


  2. OUTDOORS: Floods can be a fearsome forceRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2015 | The Press-Enterprise

    San Bernardino County Fire Department Captain Bret Raney walks in Mill Creek near the site where hiker Brett Usher's body was found on Sept. 8 after he was swept away trying to cross the creek during a flash flood.


  3. EDITORIAL: Progress on body camerasRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 25, 2015 | The Press-Enterprise

    Local governments throughout the Inland Empire have lined up in support of body cameras for law enforcement. Civil rights activists and police officials both are nearing unanimity in their support for the devices.


  4. Warehouse market booming in Inland regionRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2014 | The Press-Enterprise

    Anyone looking for construction activity in Inland Southern California should probably first look at the industrial market, where developers are putting up distribution centers at a rapid pace, according to a report released last week. Also, companies looking for large warehouse-type buildings are likely looking at the Inland area because it is one of the most sought-out markets in the country, according to the quarterly market report on industrial properties from the Ontario office of Lee & Associates, a commercial brokerage firm.


  5. OntarioARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Ontario man enjoys director roleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2015 | The Press-Enterprise

    It stands to reason that he would grow up to be just as dedicated to an art form he has come to love. He graduated with a B.A. in telecommunications from Kutztown University in Pennsylvania, where he was born and raised, but found himself increasingly drawn to the theater program.


  6. Rancho CucamongaEDUCATION: Colleges dabble in Sunday classesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 4, 2015 | The Press-Enterprise

    Chaffey College in Rancho Cucamonga is offering Sunday courses for the first time in nearly a decade this fall. Here's some numbers: Elizabeth Alvarez didn't have to fight traffic or battle for a parking spot when she arrived for class at Chaffey College one recent afternoon.


  7. L.a. County Fair: 5 ways to fun in PomonaRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 28, 2015 | The Press-Enterprise

    Barbecue is also a big deal at the fair. There are regular staples, such as chicken, ribs and pork.


  8. New chopper built for rescuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 20, 2015 | The Press-Enterprise

    San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department: All six firefighting helicopters are outfitted with hoists. Three are available at any one time.


  9. CoronaCORONA: City may join allies of patriotic muralRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 3, 2015 | The Press-Enterprise

    Now faded and defaced by graffiti, the Prado Dam mural was painted by Corona High School students to mark the nation's bicentennial in 1976. The City Council could vote Wednesday, Aug. 5, to back the campaign, potentially adding another legislative seal of approval to the restoration effort.


  10. BASKETBALL: Memorable summer for Centennial's HillRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2015 | The Press-Enterprise

    Participating in this weekend's camp are teams from Africa, Asia Pacific, China, Canada and Latin America, along with four U.S. teams, two with rising seniors and two with rising juniors. Centennial's Ike Anigbogu, a 6-9 senior, and Jalen Hill, a 6-10 junior, and Chino Hill's Lonzo Ball, a 6-5 senior, are Inland area players participating.


  11. Jim AlexanderALEXANDER: Bigger venues equal bigger eventsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2015 | The Press-Enterprise

    Many opinions, no waiting a -- USA Volleyball's visit to the Inland Empire Friday night, for the final match of its series with the Chinese national team, was still more proof of the region's growth in the sport. But it was notable on another level, too.


  12. Political EmpireVACCINE BILL: Jeff Stone only Inland senator to vote yesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 9, 2015 | The Press-Enterprise

    As a Riverside County supervisor, it wasn't uncommon for Jeff Stone to be on the losing end of a 4-1 or 3-2 vote. Now a state senator, Stone, R-Temecula, departed from his colleagues in the Inland Senate delegation by voting for a bill that would remove personal belief and religious exemptions and mandate vaccinations for California school children.


  13. EastvaleEASTVALE: Facebook page helps find lost petsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 5, 2015 | The Press-Enterprise

    Eastvale pet finders Erika Allis, Keleigh Angelo and Hope Siebert had the canine cornered between dumpsters at Rosa Parks Elementary School and were trying to get her on a leash. As the dog wolfed down the ham, the women slipped a collar and leash on her and lead her to a waiting van.


  14. EDITORIAL: Ontario airport transfer makes modest progressRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2015 | The Press-Enterprise

    How embarrassing. The cities of Los Angeles and Ontario still have not negotiated a transfer of the Ontario International Airport.


  15. HemetAGRICULTURE: Asian crops take root hereRead the original story w/Photo

    May 20, 2015 | The Press-Enterprise

    The value of Inland Asian vegetable crops each year depends on the weather, the number of acres planted, the prices the crops yield and other factors. Al Ramirez gazed across Simpson Road from his home west of Hemet and recalled how when he moved to the area 30 years ago, "there was nothing but oats over there."


  16. NorcoNORCO: City leaders raise stink over manureRead the original story w/Photo

    May 26, 2015 | The Press-Enterprise

    Each day, Waste Management moves 130,000 pounds of horse poop - roughly the weight of 37 mid-sized cars - from Norco to a recycling center in Chino. Amid worries that the facility may close, the city wants to ensure it has a place to dump the droppings.


  17. EDITORIAL: Fighting crime, not a warRead the original story w/Photo

    May 19, 2015 | The Press-Enterprise

    The White House on Monday announced limits on federal programs supplying local law enforcement agencies with military equipment. After months of study, President Obama issued an executive order prohibiting the transfer of things like grenade launchers, tracked armored vehicles and firearms and ammunition of .50-caliber or higher.


  18. CoronaCORONA: Woman sentenced to prison for armed robberyRead the original story w/Photo

    May 19, 2015 | The Press-Enterprise

    The charges stem from a Feb. 4 incident in which a Hemet man was shot to death by Corona Police officers. Paul Alfred Eugene Johnson, 59, held up the Pacific Premier Bank east of Main and Sixth streets about 4:07 p.m. Feb. 4. He forced the employees into a bank vault at gunpoint and took their personal possessions and a large sum of money, a Corona police news release said.


  19. RedlandsCOMMUNITY NOTES: Senior Scam Stopper seminar set, moreRead the original story w/Photo

    May 15, 2015 | The Press-Enterprise

    Special Olympics kick off set; Mental illness alliance to meet; Historical society to discuss 'Hidden America'; Jazz piano concert set; Auditions set for singing competition; Salvation Army sets golf fundraiser; Summer camp scholarships available; Plastic surgery forum set; Karate School ranks high in competition; Professor recognized for Enlightenment research; Family music concert set; CSUSB to stage play; David Mamet play set; Senior entertainers needed; Mega Pet Adoption Fair set Allison Eggleston, 17, and her mother Cheryl Eggleston recently donated blankets and pillows to Arrowhead Regional Medical Center in Colton. Mother and daughter are involved in 4-H.


  20. EDITORIAL: Steady body-camera progressRead the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2015 | The Press-Enterprise

    The willingness of law enforcement in the Inland Empire to utilize body camera technology is a positive step toward ensuring public confidence in law enforcement. Regional law enforcement entities have been ahead of much of the state and the nation in incorporating the devices into day-to-day operations.


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