Students Take Top Awards in National Math Olympiad

By Kelli Gile WALNUT – More than fifty students from Suzanne Middle School joined nearly 150,000 students in the United States during the 2017-18 Math Olympiad.   The annual contest enables “mathletes” to challenge themselves and to compete against other students nationwide.   Math Olympiad is comprised of five monthly contests held from November through […]

Capt. Goodman exits, Walker enters

Anthony Saude Chino Hills – Captain Darren Goodman, chief of police for Chino Hills, will retire from the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department after 27 years of service. He will move down the road a ways to become the Chief of Police for the city of Upland. His last day on the job in Chino Hills […]

5 Transient Women Sexually Assaulted: Suspect Arrested

By Anthony Saude Pomona – A man who is suspected of sexually assaulting and raping five transient women in the City of Pomona was arrested earlier this week by Pomona Police Detectives. David Tymel Cummings is the 39-year-old transient man who was  arrested for two counts of 261(a)(2) PC- Rape by Force or Fear and […]

Board Member Files Claim Against CVUSD

By Anthony Saude Chino– Some Don Lugo parents say they are satisfied with the way the school and the district handled investigations into sexual hazing incidents last year that involved freshmen on the football team. In Contrast to the statements made by Chino Valley school board member Irene Hernandez-Blair. The parents speaking at a school board […]

Diamond Bar Restaurant Closed By Health Board

By Anthony Saude Diamond Bar – Cockroach, dirt and debris found near hanging ducks at Diamond Bar restaurant, and other health inspections in the San Gabriel Valley Not only did a health inspector find numerous live and dead cockroaches during a visit to a Chinese restaurant in Diamond Bar, she also discovered filthy conditions and […]

Slippery Stickers

By Mark Hopper Recently I took one of my grandchildren to one of my favorite fast food restaurants.  She loves the french fries and I love the burgers.  Yummm!   The nice lady at the cash register took our order and then handed a page of stickers to my granddaughter.  This small page of stickers […]

Strong Feather

By Mark Hopper I have probably written about this in the past, but I was reminded of it again when my wife and I were in Arizona recently.   My wife and I grew up in the Phoenix area in the 1950’s and 1960’s.  We actually met during our freshman year at Scottsdale High School.  […]

Harkins Alcohol Sales Being Appealed

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills– The Chino Hills planning commission approved a conditional use permit, earlier this month that would allow alcohol sales in a 20-seat bar area located in the lobby that will replace the arcade games. Two members of the Chino Hills city council, Art Bennett and Ray Marquez are not on board […]

Suzanne MS Students Join Special Olympics

By Kelli Gile  WALNUT – Four Suzanne Middle School student-athletes participated in the Special Olympics Southern California held May 18 at John Muir High in Pasadena.   Several months before the games, the children began training with adapted physical education (APE) teacher Greg Sasaki.   “Preparing is its own challenge,” said special education teacher Melanie […]

Walnut Valley Tapped For New National Award

By Kelli Gile WALNUT—Walnut Valley Unified School District will be honored with a new national recognition as a Schools to Watch District on June 30.   The award celebrates Walnut Valley’s dedication to providing an exemplary educational experience for students.   In the past two years, all three middle schools – Chaparral, South Pointe, and Suzanne – earned […]

Sexual Hazing at Chino High School

By Anthony Saude Chino – Students at Don Lugo High School in Chino were accused of sexually hazing other students in a classroom that was not being supervised by a teacher. A student caught some of the incident on video. The video shows two football players holding another player down on the ground while simulating […]

Artificial Turf Installation At Grand Avenue – Park Lighting Affected

Staff Reports Chino Hills – Tennis court lighting and walkway lighting at Grand Avenue Park will be off from Monday, June 18 to Monday, July 9 during electrical work that is required for the installation of artificial turf. Lighting on the basketball courts and hockey rink is not affected. Trails adjacent to the park will be gated at […]

Chino Hills Photo Contest Entries Due August 29th

City of Chino Hills Chino Hills – Chino Hills residents are invited to enter their best photos of Chino Hills in the City of Chino Hills’ second annual Photo Contest. First through third place winners will receive gift cards ranging from $50 to $100, with the grand prize winner receiving a $250 gift card. The […]

Mt. SAC Board Appoints Provisional Trustee

ByAnthony Saude WALNUT — The Mt. San Antonio College Board of Trustees selected Walnut resident Gary Chow to serve as a provisional trustee, replacing longtime member Dr. David Hall who passed away on April 22. The appointment was voted on and made official following a special meeting on June 13. The candidates were given 20 […]

Child Rescued from Human Trafficking

City of Pomona Pomona – On Wednesday June 13, the Pomona Police Department’s Major Crimes Task Force (MCTF) conducted a VICE operation focusing on the area known as the Holt Corridor. The operation used undercover plainclothes officers who conducted surveillance along the Holt Corridor. During the course of the operation, officers encountered and rescued a 15-year-old victim […]

Eastvale Man Among First West Nile Virus Cases in 2018

Staff Reports Eastvale – A 74-year-old Riverside woman and 50-year-old Eastvale man are the first confirmed human cases of West Nile Virus in Riverside County this year, said Dr. Cameron Kaiser, county public health officer. They are also one of the first confirmed human cases in California this year. The illness was confirmed this week […]

Lemon Avenue Interchange is Nearing Completion

Anthony Saude Diamond Bar – The third and final ramp construction of the Pomona Freeway (SR-60) from Lemon Avenue is due to open sometime in July. This will bring the project to a close the key multimillion-dollar freeway interchange project that has been many years in the making. The planning and design of the major […]

Man Arrested In Chino for Las Vegas Murder

By Anthony Saude Chino – A 31-year-old man wanted in the homicide of two Vietnamese tourists in Las Vegas was apprehended and arrested after a short police pursuit from Chino to Chino Hills. He is currently awaiting extradition to Nevada. Julius Trotter is being held without bail at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho […]

Man Convicted For Murder Of Ontario Woman

By Anthony Saude Ontario – A 25-year-old man was convicted for his role in the 2011 torture and burning death of Maria Banuelos.   Johnny Hernandez was found guilty of First Degree Murder of Maria Banuelos by a Rancho Cucamonga jury. The jury finding was also in favor for the prosecution charge that the special […]

Residents Ask Police For Help With a Neighbor

Anthony Saude Chino – Residents of the 13300 block of San Marcos Place in Chino are pleading with the city council and police department for help with a neighbor who they claim has been disturbing the peace on their street for many years. The situation has become so heated that the Chino Police Department recently […]