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Ontario (San Bernardino, California)

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  • Two Fort Riley soldiers killed in Iraq

    Two Fort Riley soldiers killed in Iraq
    Two 1st Infantry Division Soldiers assigned to the division’s 2nd Heavy Brigade Combat Team died May 22 from wounds suffered while supporting Operation New Dawn in Iraq. Sgt. 1st Class Clifford E. Beattie and Pfc. Ramon Mora Jr. were killed in...
  • DA: Man Whose Body Parts Found in Flower Pots Died of Stab Wounds

    DA: Man Whose Body Parts Found in Flower Pots Died of Stab Wounds
    ONTARIO, Calif. (KTLA) -- Investigators now say a Diamond Bar man whose body parts were found in a trash can and two large flower pots appears to be died from multiple stab wounds. Police in Ontario have identified the victim as 63-year-old Samuel...
  • Louise E. Claypool

    Louise E. Claypool   Louise was born on February 28, 1912 in Tom’s Station, MO. She went to be with her Lord May 28, 2011 in Upland, CA at the age of 99 years and 3 month.  She lived in Glendale for 60 years and was a very active member in...
  • A Southland traffic break

    A Southland traffic break
    Three days each week, at the tail end of the morning rush hour, Jonathan Ball drives from Pasadena to his job in Camarillo -- a journey of 57 to 64 miles, depending on his route. Over the last few months, he has seen his speed often increase and his time...
  • Air tanker drops in wildfires are often just for show

    Air tanker drops in wildfires are often just for show
    The deadly 2003 Cedar fire was raging through San Diego County. Rep. Duncan Hunter, whose home in Alpine would burn to the ground, couldn't understand why military aircraft hadn't been called in to fight the blaze. He decided to do something about it....
  • Special zones urged for people who sleep in RVs, cars in Venice

    Special zones urged for people who sleep in RVs, cars in Venice
    Tough economic times have spilled onto the streets of Venice, which has become a favorite place to park for scores of otherwise homeless people living in cars and campers. The practice has ignited a mini-uprising among residents living in the pricey...
  • A complex matter of duty

    VALLEY CENTER, Calif. -- Their hilltop home outside this rural community in northern San Diego County was the proudest possession of Billy and Shellie Dial. To the Dials, the home on New Moon Lane represented safety for Shellie and their six daughters...
  • Tough mussel pain, no easy remedy

    Tough mussel pain, no easy remedy
    An invasive mussel first detected in California less than a year ago has surged across the state's southern counties, stirring concern that its spread will inflict costly damage to public water systems and fisheries statewide. The infamous fresh-water...
  • 'Ontario residents only' at Tent City

    'Ontario residents only' at Tent City
    Dozens of Ontario police and code enforcement officers descended upon the homeless encampment known as Tent City early Monday, separating those who could stay from those to be evicted. Large, often confused, crowds formed ragged lines behind police...
  • 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...
  • '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......