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  • Two People Killed in Pomona Plane Crash

    POMONA -- Autopsies were pending Sunday for two people killed Saturday when their light plane crashed on a grassy hillside near Cal Poly Pomona. The victims were a man and a woman from La Verne. The plane went down around 11:15 a.m. near the 2600...
  • Expiration Dates: What Do They Really Mean?

    Expiration Dates: What Do They Really Mean?
    When it comes to food and medicine, do you know what those dates on your packages, jars, and bottles really mean? The expiration dates on medicine are set by the drug-maker, says Eric Gupta, President of the California Pharmacists Association, and...
  • Overturned Big Rig Creates Traffic Mess on 60 Freeway

    Overturned Big Rig Creates Traffic Mess on 60 Freeway
    MONTEREY PARK -- An overturned big rig that created a traffic nightmare has been cleared off the westbound Pomona (60) Freeway. The dairy truck crashed shortly before 6 a.m. at Atlantic Boulevard in the Monterey Park area, according to California Highway...
  • LOS ANGELES COUNTY FAIR FOOD DRIVE

    Gayle Anderson was live at the LOS ANGELES COUNTY FAIR in Pomona for RALPHS FOOD DRIVE FRIDAYS AT THE L.A. COUNTY FAIR. Through a partnership among the L.A. County Fair, Ralphs grocery stores and the Los Angeles Regional Foodbank, every Friday of the L....
  • Public gets first comments on new bullet train

    Public gets first comments on new bullet train
    Public hearings will be held in San Diego County this week as state officials take comments on proposed routes for the southernmost leg of California's proposed $40 billion high-speed train network. The state plans to route 220 mile-per-hour trains...
  • 11-year-old Boy Wounded in Pomona Drive-by Shooting

    11-year-old Boy Wounded in Pomona Drive-by Shooting
    POMONA -- Authorities are searching for the gunman who wounded an 11-year-old boy in a drive-by shooting outside a home in Pomona. The shooting was reported at 8:45 p.m. Wednesday in the 900 block of Ashfield Ave., according to Pomona Police Department...
  • Holding it down at Detroit Bar

    Holding it down at Detroit Bar
    COSTA MESA — The Brooklyn-based band The Hold Steady, which appeared recently on "The Late Show with David Letterman" and "The Colbert Report," will make a stop here Wednesday in their nationwide tour. Between shows in Santa Cruz and Pomona, The...
  • 10 Fwy Transition Road in Pomona Reopened After Landslide

    10 Fwy Transition Road in Pomona Reopened After Landslide
    POMONA -- A transition road from the westbound San Bernardino (10) Freeway to the northbound Orange (57) Freeway that had been blocked by a landslide was reopened Thursday, the California Highway Patrol said. The connector road from the westbound 10...
  • A flight cut short

    She looks like a cornered animal. Her face is bright red, her jeans are covered with dirt, and she's trying to catch her breath, clearly panicked. After saying a last-minute prayer at a church, slipping her Lady of Guadeloupe medallion under her blouse,...
  • Multiple Offers and Bidding Wars Abound

    When Debora Brown-Parker put her three-bedroom Long Beach home on the market recently, she expected it to sell fairly quickly. The tidy, 1,200-square-foot house was perfect for a first-time buyer, her agent told her, and because it was fairly priced in...
  • Historic homes thrive in artistic atmosphere

    The home of the Los Angeles County Fair since 1922, Pomona is probably better known for agriculture than architecture. But this east San Gabriel Valley city of 143,000 has a stock of more than 2,700 historic homes and buildings that rivals even Pasadena....
  • When you're buried in books

    PEOPLE who fall in love with books usually do so early in life, long before they consider issues of interior design. At some point, though, the ability to live with cinderblock bookshelves ends, leaving bibliophiles with massive collections, nowhere to...