Teachers Of The Year 2017

By Kelli Gile WALNUT, CA—Fifteen of Walnut Valley Unified School District’s finest educators were honored during the 20th annual Salute to Teachers on Wednesday. The 2016-2017 Teachers of the Year, one from each site, were chosen by their peers as shining examples of this noble profession. Over 300 educators, family, friends, and local officials gathered […]

Brahma Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Is A Slam Dunk

By Kelli Gile DIAMOND BAR – Diamond Bar High School hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of a new gymnasium floor on Wednesday. District and school officials, coaches, along with 75 student-athletes attended the special event to commemorate the renovation project. The new gleaming hardwood flooring features a gold brahma logo at center […]

Suzanne Students Take Honors in Math Olympiad

By Kelli Gile WALNUT-More than fifty students from Suzanne Middle School were among nearly 150,000 competitors in the 2016-2017 Math Olympiad. Math Olympiad enables students to challenge themselves and compete against other students nationwide during five monthly contests. Suzanne Middle School earned a Mathematical Olympiads Meritorious Award for their outstanding achievement in grades six and […]

Chino Hills Man Arrested In 2005 Cold Case Homicide

By Michael Armijo   Chino Hills – A Chino Hills man was arrested by Homicide Cold Case Detectives last week for the murder of Noel Cornelius that occurred in November of 2005. Malachi Dawson, Caucasian male, 32 years old (today), resident of Chino Hills, was one of two victims who were named last week. The […]

Burglary Suspect Arrested

Staff Reports Corona – The arrest of a burglary suspect in Corona leads to the recovery of a mass of potentially stolen property and firearms. On Monday, October 23, 2017, a residential burglary occurred in the 2300 block of Talbot Circle in the City of Corona. The victim of the burglary had security camera video […]

Two Arrested in CH Burglary

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills – The Chino Hills Police Department responded to a burglary call at a residence in Chino Hills early in the morning on October 30, 2017 on the 2100 block of San Tropez to investigate. When the officers arrived on scene it was determined that a residential burglary had taken place. […]

Why Live In Chino Hills?

By Marissa Mitchell   Chino Hills – It can be argued that many cities in and around the Inland Empire provide excellent residence advantages to citizens. This is also true of the City of Chino Hills. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of Chino Hills in 2016 was 78,822, almost ten thousand less […]

William Radcliffe an Attorney You Can Trust

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills – Hiring an attorney can be very intimidating and let’s face it the industry doesn’t exactly have a “trustworthy” reputation. We should be careful and ask some questions when we do need an attorney. What questions should we ask before we actually hire an attorney? First, how long have they […]

Diamond Bar Woman Dies At Scene

By Anthony Saude   Diamond Bar – It was 3 am on Saturday morning October 28, when two people were killed and another injured in a suspected alcohol related automobile accident on the 57 freeway in Diamond Bar. The woman who was the passenger in the 2014 Toyota Corolla involved in the accident was identified on […]

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 […]

Chaparral And Suzanne Schools Honor Students/Parents

By Anthony Saude   WALNUT — The Walnut Valley USD Board of Trustees recognized both parent volunteers and outstanding students from Chaparral and Suzanne Middle Schools. During a board meeting held on October 18th eighth grade twins Kaitlyn and Kayla Loera, who attend Chaparral were honored with Super Star Student Awards. Chaparral’s core belief is […]

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 […]

America Recycles Day Celebration

By Anthony Saude   Diamond Bar – The City of Diamond Bar will host its annual America Recycles Day celebration on Saturday November 4, 2017 in the parking lot of South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD) from 9 am to 2 pm. So clean up your closets, your garage and the yard and bring […]

Health Hazards Close Five Local Restaurants/Market

By Marissa Mitchell Walnut – The Los Angeles County of Public Health closed at least five (5) restaurants, one market included, in Walnut and its surrounding cities this past week. Cause of closure was deemed as public health hazards. Between October 8 and October 14, the health permits for those facilities were suspended due to […]

Diamond Bar High Loses A Hero In Brandon Riley

Chino Hills Man Arrested

By Anthony Saude Chino Hills – Eric Frazin, a 31 year old Chino Hills resident was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon after he attacked someone with a skateboard. The victim was sent to the hospital after he sustained injuries from being “struck in the head several times” according to a statement […]

Motion Detector Cameras Deter Crime

By Marissa Mitchell Walnut, CA – A week  ago the City of Walnut announced that they would begin their “License Plate Camera Pilot Program.” The city will begin installing motion detector cameras to ward off crime in the community by catching criminal activity with exactitude. Via coordination with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, Walnut city […]

Westhoff Families Join Global Fair

By Kelli Gile WALNUT–-Westhoff Elementary families got a chance to sample foods from around the world during a Culture Fair held Friday, October 13. The school’s Community Club hosts the annual food fest with parents, students, and teachers coming together to celebrate the diversity of the many cultures represented at the school. A total of 16 […]

Fire in Diamond Bar

By Anthony Saude Diamond Bar – More than 100 firefighters were dispatched to the scene of two brush fires. At about 4:45 am authorities reported that the forward progress of the fire had been stopped. The fires were started about a half a mile apart early Wednesday morning in Diamond Bar. The fires were reported a […]

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 […]