Gang Member Sentenced To 80 Years To Life For Murder

SBC PD SAN BERNARDINO. – A documented gang member with a prior strike conviction has been sentenced to 80 years to life in state prison for the murder of 25-year-old Roy Craddock. Juan Fuentes, 26, of San Bernardino, was sentenced Friday at the San Bernardino Justice Center by Superior Court Judge J. David Mazurek after […]

5 Heart Healthy Habits

By StatePoint Heart disease and stroke cause one in three deaths among women each year, killing approximately one woman every 80 seconds. While there are many risk factors involved that are beyond one’s control, a healthy lifestyle can make a big difference. Here are five healthy habits that can reduce your risk for illness. • […]

Gateway MedSpa

Eastvale – Feeling the need for some Spring cleaning with your beauty routine?  Gateway MedSpa has opened its doors in Eastvale to provide just what your skin and body deserve. Dr. Fortunata Mendoza, MD is a Board Certified Dermatologist and owner of Gateway MedSpa who has over 35 years of experience as a Dermatologist including […]

A Place Called Brilliance

By Michael Armijo I believe in the old premonition that we all have a special purpose in this world, but I also believe that each of us holds a special talent. We all possess “special powers.” It’s not fable-like, or something you’re “born with,” but more of a skill that we hold. A passion we’ve […]

Straight Talk With Danice

“My best friend is bringing a lawsuit against my homeowners insurance…” By Danice Akiyoshi, N.D. Dear Dr. Akiyoshi, My best friend is bringing a lawsuit against my homeowners insurance because she fell down at my house when she got drunk at my Fourth of July street party. There was nothing dangerous in her path, she […]

Heart 2 Serve: Offering Hope to the Hopeless

Combining Community Outreach with Business Services By Marissa Mitchell Chino Hills – For four years now, an organization has existed somewhat under the radar providing services to both individuals and the community at large. Heart 2 Serve, a privately owned and operated 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, currently assists adult individuals in substance abuse recovery and reintegration […]

Historic Planes of Fame Airshow Being Sued for “Obstruction” of Businesses

By Marissa Mitchell   Chino – A lawsuit recently filed is seeking to stop the historic airshow held annually at the Planes of Fame Air Museum. The air show is scheduled to take place on May 6 and 7 at Chino Airport. The suit alleges that the event “obstructs and impedes” other tenants’ business operations, […]

Chicken Recipe

By Hello Fresh   Cooking Time:  30 mins Servings: 4 Nutrition: 540 Calories Ingredients: 24 Oz. Yukon Gold Potatoes 1/2 Cup Panko Breadcrumbs 1/2 Cup Parmesan Cheese 2 Tsp. Garlic Powder 24 Oz. Chicken Breasts 6 Tbsp Sour Cream 1 Lemon 10 Oz. Baby Spinach   Preparation: Prep and roast potatoes. Wash and dry all […]

Divorce? Don’t Self-Destruct. Get A Good Attorney

By Marissa Mitchell Chino Hills – Going through a difficult time with family affairs? Sometimes, altering one’s circumstances in life requires legal help. At the Law Offices of Rossana Mitchell, Esquire Mitchell provides legal services in the areas of family law, divorce, paternity, conservatorships, guardianships, and living trusts. At the Law Offices of Rossana Mitchell, […]

Our Life: “Missed” Opportunities

By Marissa Mitchell I used to think it was a shame when everything good that could happen, didn’t happen. Meaning, every time that I had an opportunity or potential opportunity present itself before me, if I did not avail myself of it, well, that was a shame. It was a waste. It was something to […]

Walnut/Diamond Bar Sheriff’s Station Golf Tourney Successful

By Marissa Mitchell Walnut/Diamond Bar – Walnut and Diamond Bar Sheriffs stations recently held their annual Booster Club Golf Tournament. The tournament was successful and another testament to the support, both monetary and action-based, behind the station. Not only do the funds help generally, but the funds aid specifically the volunteer and auxiliary programs within […]

Home Prices Continue Rise!

By Nef Cortez Home prices across the US have continued their steady rise after its dramatic drop which began in 2007-2008 fiscal year.  The expansion in home prices has continued since the low point of $152,000 reached at the end of the first quarter of 2012.  The major impact of the Great Recession of 2008-2009 […]

Straight Talk With Danice

I dont want a gun- a letter from Evelyn By Danice Akiyoshi, N.D. Q: My husband has become very p a r a n o i d about all of the shootings that have been on the news. He owns several guns and he is always asking me to go with him to the shooting […]

Uniqueness of Christianity

By  Pastor Ed Moreno Jesus said in John 14:6: “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” This claim rankles people like no other. Christians have been called arrogant, narrow-minded, and bigoted for saying Jesus is the only way to God. But the thing […]

78-Year Old Hiker Dies On Beloved Mountain

By Marissa Mitchell San Dimas, CA – After days of searching, rescuers discovered the body of missing hiker Suek “Sam” Kim on Mount Baldy this past Tuesday afternoon, April 11th. The 78-year-old had climbed Mount Baldy, Los Angeles County’s highest peak and the fourth tallest in Southern California, over 800 times, according to reports. San […]

2 Die and 4 Injured in Church Parking Lot Accident

By Marissa Mitchell   Chino – A man driving a sports utility vehicle (SUV) struck six people in a church parking lot on Sunday, April 9, killing two and injuring four. Police say it was not terrorist-related. The crash occurred at 7 p.m. in the parking lot of East Sarang Community Church, locate at 5540 […]

Prior Chino Hills City Hall Being Bought Out By Private Owner

By Marissa Mitchell   Chino Hills – On April 4, the Chino Hills Planning Commission met to discuss the plan that private owner Trumark Homes is requesting approval of for the area over which previously stood Chino Hills City Hall. Due to various issues with municipal code and site plan reviews, the hearing was continued […]

Planes Of Fame Has Much To Offer

Staff Reports Chino – From the Air Museum and the Airshow to the delicious food at the café, there are several reasons to visit the Planes of Fame. The Planes of Fame Air Museum at Historic Cal Aero Field in Chino, was founded in 1957 by Edward Maloney.  It is the oldest independently operated aviation […]

Where He Leads

By Pastor Dennis Morales Be strong and of good courage…for the LORD your God is with you wherever you go.”  – Joshua 1:9 The children of Israel were ready to cross the Jordan into the Promise Land, but there was one thing in their way, the Jordan.  It was Harvest and it was a torrent […]

Playing Catch

By Pastor Mark Hopper On a recent trip, my wife and I were able to visit some of our out-of-town grandchildren.  They have grown up so much since we saw them last summer.  It was delightful to spend time with them. One grandson specifically requested that I bring a baseball and a glove so that […]