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Ontario (San Bernardino, California)

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  • Letters to the editor

    Heroism is in eyes of the beholder Re " 'Hero' rings hollow," Opinion, Aug. 3 I have long felt that the term "hero" has become victim of the tendency by politicians to create jingoistic phrases that play well with the public. I was a reserve police...
  • Sweet ski deals from California resorts

    Mountain High Location: 27 miles northwest of San Bernardino Acres: 290 (in three areas) Lifts: 16 Vertical: 1,600 feet (peak, 8,200) Snow-making: 75% Deal: "3-Peat" ticket package for beginners, with three days of gear, classes, lift tickets (non-...
  • Ontario airport hit hard by industry downturn, high fuel costs

    Not long ago LA/Ontario International Airport was setting growth records. Airlines flocked to the Inland Empire airfield in what Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa hailed as the "great first steps" to regionalizing air travel in Southern California....
  • Archrivals in foot massage

    SHORTLY before midnight on a moonlit corner of Valley Boulevard in San Gabriel, a crowd waited impatiently outside a store with a yellow banner advertising one-hour foot massages for $9.99. Inside the dimly lighted business decorated with Chinese...
  • Zetabid™ Auctions Make It Easy To Buy Bank-Owned and Builder-Owned Homes in the U.S.

    LOS ANGELES – August 25, 2008 – Americans seeking the dream of homeownership at attractive prices can now confidently purchase a wide variety of bank-owned and builder-owned properties at Zetabid auctions across the nation. Zetabid provides first-time...
  • Road for electric car makers full of potholes

    Road for electric car makers full of potholes
    San Carlos, Calif. On an overcast Friday in February, about 100 people gathered behind Tesla Motors Inc. headquarters, awaiting the future of transportation. A truck pulled up with a trailer, which disgorged a sleek black electric sports car that...
  • Airport projects may be grounded

    Don't be fooled by the crowds this summer at LAX: Troubles loom large after Labor Day for the nation's airlines, passengers and airports. Thanks to higher oil prices, fares are rising, airlines are cutting flights, older gas-guzzling planes are being...
  • United, JetBlue to reduce flights from Southern California airports

    Southern California airports faced substantial reductions in flight traffic and revenue after two major carriers Tuesday announced they would cut service at Los Angeles International and Ontario airports this fall. Citing slowing demand and high fuel...
  • The magic of Klickitat Street

    We were driving through the gracious old suburbs of Portland, Ore., searching for a cafe that had gotten raves for its seafood, when I looked up from my map and saw a sign that resonated to the core of my bookworm soul: "Klickitat Street." Those two...
  • Bidding for a bargain on the foreclosure auction block

    For the past year, Dennis and Carol Anderson had been eyeing a property in Idyllwild, thinking it would make a great retirement home. On Sunday, the Cypress couple was ready to make an offer. The three-bedroom, 3,000-square-foot mountain house, which was...
  • 'Sexting,' privacy and property rights

     
    by David G. Savage The Supreme Court said today it would rule for the first time on whether employees have a right to privacy when they send text messages on electronic devices supplied by their employers. The justices agreed to......