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  • Firefighter Hurt, 5 Homes Damaged in Pomona Fire

    Firefighter Hurt, 5 Homes Damaged in Pomona Fire
    POMONA -- A fire that started at an apartment complex in Pomona Saturday injured a firefighter and damaged five homes, a garage and a shed, County fire officials said. Los Angeles County Fire received a call reporting the fire in the 1500 block of Gordon...
  • Overturned Big Rig Jams Traffic on 60 Freeway

    Overturned Big Rig Jams Traffic on 60 Freeway
    INDUSTRY -- A big rig overturned on the Pomona (60) Freeway in the City of Industry this morning, creating a traffic mess. The truck jacknifed and flipped on its side along the westbound lanes around 5:10 a.m., according to the California Highway Patrol....
  • A county fair may be just the ticket

    A county fair may be just the ticket
    Minutes after the gates to the San Diego County Fair swung open last weekend, Rick Smith ran toward the carnival rides, trying to keep up with his two sons, 7 and 10. With one of the worst recessions in a generation, were the Smiths going to spend less?...
  • Dozens of homes burglarized in quiet East County town

    Dozens of homes burglarized in quiet East County town
    La Mesa police are warning residents about a rash of burglaries in their city. Robbery have hit dozens of homes on the west side of town since the crime wave began in October 2009. Since October 1st, thieves have broken into 34 homes. Police say the...
  • SoCal Student Sues Over Arabic Flashcards

    SoCal Student Sues Over Arabic Flashcards
    CLAREMONT -- A Pomona College student who was found carrying Arabic-language flashcards while flying to California is suing two federal agencies for detaining him and allegedly questioning him abusively. Nicholas George, 22, a senior physics major...
  • Kurt Andersen, visionary in residence

    Kurt Andersen, visionary in residence
    For a visionary, Kurt Andersen is keeping it pretty low-key. The writer is sitting quietly in blazer and jeans in front of a class at Pasadena's Art Center College of Design. He's not just a visiting professor but the school's visionary in residence....
  • Crews Remove Dirt Caused by Pomona Landslide

    Crews Remove Dirt Caused by Pomona Landslide
    POMONA, Calif. -- Crews have removed 11,000 cubic yards of loose dirt and rocks from the site where a recent landslide closed two freeway transition roads in San Dimas, but the closure could continue for two more weeks. The slide at 8:30 a.m. Thursday...
  • Landslide blocks SoCal freeway

    Heavy boulders and dirt came sliding down on a Southern California roadway Thursday morning, blocking traffic A landslide blocked the transition road from the westbound San Bernardino (10) Freeway to the northbound Orange (57) Freeway in the Pomona-...
  • Big-Rig Careens Off Freeway into Car Dealership

    Big-Rig Careens Off Freeway into Car Dealership
    INDUSTRY -- A big-rig hauling an empty car carrier careened off the westbound Pomona (60) Freeway in Industry Friday night and crashed into a Ford dealership. The accident happened around 9:40 p.m. near South Azusa Avenue. About a dozen cars at the...
  • In Search of the Great Turkey

    Fresh or frozen? Free-range or organic? Basted or not? There are enough debates at the Thanksgiving table without throwing the turkey into it. So, while barbecues were firing up for summer, the Times Test Kitchen started testing turkeys. Fresh turkeys....
  • 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...
  • 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...