Porch Pirates Beware

By Anthony Saude Chino – Chino Police Department is proactively fighting package theft in the city this holiday season with a little help from their friends. “The Chino Police Department has partnered with several members of the community to deploy decoy packages with GPS tracking abilities in an effort to deter crime and aide in […]

The Financial Architects

By Anthony Saude Chino – Purchasing any kind of insurance in today’s market can be a very daunting task for the regular person out there. Question need to be asked like, who can you trust, did you get enough coverage, does it make sense for our age group, does it fit in our budget? All […]

Community Events – Inland Empire

EASTVALE JCSD WINTER WONDERLAND DECEMBER 2, 3:00 – 9:00 P.M. Where: Eastvale Community Center located at 13820 Schleisman Road, Eastvale. Sneak Peek: Friday, December 1, from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. Tree Lighting Ceremony Saturday December 2, 6:30 pm The first ten shoppers at the Friday sneak preview will win a T. Marie Boutique swag bag. […]

Twelve Burglaries Reported From Victims Followed From The Bank

By Marissa Mitchell Chino – There has been a total of twelve (12) burglary reports involving Chino-based bank customers to date. These victims were followed after making large cash withdrawals to their specific destinations, and were thereafter robbed of those withdrawals. Chino Police Department has taken reports from the victims, all of whom withdrew from […]

Loaded Gun At Chino Junior High

By Marissa Mitchell Chino – A loaded gun was found inside a student’s backpack this week at Chino Cal Aero Preserve Academy, frightening students, staff, and parents. As soon as the gun was spotted, school officials jumped into action. The discovery left families quite worried. In fact, the families were not notified right away. This […]

Can You Stop A Barking Dog?

By Marissa Mitchell Last week, a woman in Eastvale posted her frustration on the city Facebook page regarding a very loud dog her neighbors have. What to do about neighboring barking dogs – particularly when they consistently disturb the peace of surrounding residents – can be a relevant question for many. If a person calls […]

Chino Rotary Club Donates to a Good Cause

By Marissa Mitchell   Chino – This past week the Chino Rotary Club donated $500 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Inland Empire, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County.   Big Brothers Big Sisters organization is an adult-to-child mentoring non-profit organization that serves the children of its respective area. The organization chooses […]

Ontario Woman Killed By Chino Driver

By Marissa Mitchell Chino – On Sunday night, October 8, a woman was struck and killed by a car at Francis Avenue and Central Avenue in Chino. Misti Ann Lucas, a 44-year-old woman from Ontario, was pronounced dead at the scene. The collision occurred at 6:49 p.m. at the intersection between the two Chino cross-streets, […]

Chino Resident Wins Bravery Award

By Anthony Saude Chino– California Partnership to end domestic violence is a coalition that represents survivors, organizations, advocates and allied individuals working to support survivors of domestic violence has an annual awards reception in Fresno California. This year they honored Tracy Evanson, a Chino resident and the founder of Healed Women Heal, with the Bravery […]

Chino Rotary Club

The Chino Rotary Club donated $500 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Inland Empire/ Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County this afternoon at our weekly meeting. We also learned how Big Brothers Big Sisters is helping to change the lives of youths in our community. What do you know about Big Brothers Big […]

Chino Hills Files Lawsuit Over Tres Hermanos Decision

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills – Tres Hermanos is a small cattle ranch had at one-time been the private hunting grounds for generations of wealthy Los Angeles scions, including the late Los Angeles Times Publisher Harry Chandler. The land was purchased by City of Industry’s Industry redevelopment agency in 1978, before the state shut down such […]

Community Events September – November

Kids’ Night Out Walnut Teen Center 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm Third Saturday of every month   Diamond Bar Restaurant Week  A 14-day dining event that will take place Friday, October 6 – Friday, October 20, 2017. The event showcases Diamond Bar as a premier dining destination offering diners a wide variety of culinary experiences. Participating […]

Storm Drain Mistake Costs Chino $123,338

By Anthony Saude Chino – The storm drain project Located along Chino Avenue, between Benson and Oaks Avenue that had been at a standstill will now move forward. Local reports say there was a mistake made in the original draft of the project that will cost the city of Chino approximately $124,338. It was reported that […]

Chino PD Partners with State Police, Sheriff, and California Highway Patrol in Effort to Stop Impaired Driving

By Anthony Chan Chino – Chino Police Department is escalating enforcement efforts to stop impaired driving. In a traffic safety fact sheet released by the NHTSA, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there were 4,976 motorcyclists killed and 22,441 passenger vehicle occupants killed in 2015 compared with 4,494 motorcyclists killed and 21,050 passenger vehicle occupants […]

Illegal Firework Activity In Chino Continues Unabated

By Anthony Chan   Chino – Illegal fireworks have continued to problem in Chino for the last few years. According to Section 8.12 of the Chino Municipal Code, “The sale of ‘Safe and Sane’ fireworks shall be permitted within the city during the period beginning on the 1st day of July and ending at nine p.m. […]

Physical Argument Escalates Into A Stabbing In Chino Hills

By Anthony Saude On Tuesday, August 22, 2017 at approximately 4:12 pm, Robert Thomas Ramirez was involved in a verbal argument with the victim in the backyard of a residence on the 15000 block of Ethel Street (Lower Los Serranos) in the city of Chino Hills. There was an argument between two men that quickly […]

Annexation Proposal for Area Homes Approved

By Anthony Chan   After two failed public hearings and thorough review by Chino’s city council and planning commission, a proposal for the construction of 44 new single family homes has been approved. Project plans are expected to be submitted by the end of 2017, and construction could begin as soon as next year on […]

Rise of SUV Third Row Seat Thefts

By Michael Armijo Chino Valley – Local police departments have issued warnings of the rise in SUV third seat thefts and encourage residents to secure their property. “You can use a cable and lock the seat up to the inside of the vehicle, never leave your vehicle unlocked, park your SUV inside the garage or […]

Police Department Issues New Address

Staff Reports Chino –Effective immediately, the Chino Police Department’s official street address has changed from 5450 Walnut Avenue to 5450 Guardian Way, although they never physically moved. Since 2012, the area surrounding the Chino Police Department facility has experienced several new developments, which includes, the naming of the road directly in front of the police station, […]

Looks Like It’s NO On Measure H

By Michael Armijo   Chino – Chino has spoken and their voice was heard. NO on H won, so this means there will be no zone changes for the proposed property and general plan. Yesterday, Tuesday, July 11, a special election was held for the city of Chino registered voters to vote on Measure H, […]