Two killed in shooting at Pomona grocery store

by admin | on May 3

A man and a woman were shot and killed in the back of a Pomona grocery store on Tuesday night,

Police search Corona cemetery for unmarked graves

by admin | on May 3

Authorities are looking into the possibility of unmarked graves at a Corona cemetery.The Press-Enterprise reports a spokesman for the Riverside

Net neutrality’s long strange trip: a tale of tubes, a dingo and James Harden

by admin | on May 3

It began as an academic subject with a wonky name — network neutrality.But at its heart, the issue was simple:

Students ditch the car and hop on the train to get to their proms

by admin | on May 2

In the run-up to prom, Golden Valley High School in Santa Clarita made its students a special offer. Whoever won

This former NFL player lost 84 pounds in four months — and kept it off

by admin | on May 2

When San Diego Chargers center Nick Hardwick retired from the NFL in 2014, he lost 85 pounds in four months.

Get pumped up by the Amgen cycling tour of California. Then plan your own bike adventure with Morro Bay’s new bike map

by admin | on May 2

For the second year in a row, riders in the Amgen Tour of California will buzz through Morro Bay on

‘Leave or you can stay here and die’: Witnesses describe horror of pool party mass shooting in San Diego

by admin | on May 1

Witnesses described a horrific scene in which a gunman opened fire during a pool party Sunday in San Diego.The man

How Maxine Waters became ‘Auntie Maxine’ in the age of Trump

by admin | on Apr 30

By Sarah D. Wire April 30, 2017 | REPORTING FROM WASHINGTON U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) takes the stage in

What’s on the table in a NAFTA negotiation

by admin | on Apr 28

It seemed that the Trump administration was planning to end the North American Free Trade Agreement on Wednesday, after his

Autism romance ‘Keep the Change’ is top winner at Tribeca Film Festival

by admin | on Apr 28

The Tribeca Film Festival has given its top U.S. narrative jury prize to Rachel Israel's "Keep the Change," a love

Here are some of the national monuments being reviewed under Trump’s order

by admin | on Apr 27

President Trump signed an executive order Wednesday calling for Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to review national monuments created by Presidents

Here’s what you need to know about the state’s audit of the University of California

by admin | on Apr 26

California State Auditor Elaine Howle on Tuesday released a scathing audit of the University of California’s Office of the President.The

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