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  • Teenager Struck and Killed on the Pomona Freeway

    RIVERSIDE -- A pedestrian, identified as Blake Locko, 17, of Riverside, was struck and killed on the Pomona (60) Freeway early Saturday morning. The California Highway Patrol say Locko was witnessed tagging the freeway with another individual, and was...
  • IRS Agent Admits to Cheating on His Own Taxes

    SANTA ANA -- An Internal Revenue Service agent in Southern California has admitted to cheating on his own taxes and bilking the government out of nearly $15,000, authorities said. Jim H. Liu, of Diamond Bar, pleaded guilty Monday to one count of...
  • Body Found in San Gabriel River

    INDUSTRY-- A homicide investigation is being conducted after a man's body was discovered Sunday afternoon in the riverbed of the San Gabriel River. The body has yet to be identified, but is believed to be that of a 40 to 50 year-old man. The man's...
  • "60 Freeway Slayer" Pleads Guilty to 2 More Murders

    "60 Freeway Slayer" Pleads Guilty to 2 More Murders
    POMONA -- The so-called "60 Freeway Slayer," who was sentenced to death two years ago for the strangling murders of six women, pleaded guilty Friday to killing two other women. Ivan Jerome Hill, 48, pleaded guilty to the strangulation murders of Lorna...
  • Same-sex unions OKd by California Assembly

    A measure to legalize marriage for gay couples easily passed the California Assembly after a respectful debate Tuesday, in stark contrast to rancorous exchanges on the same issue two years ago. The legislation by Assemblyman Mark Leno (D-San Francisco)...
  • SoCal Hospital Praised For Brain Injury Rehab Program

    SoCal Hospital Praised For Brain Injury Rehab Program
    Many soldiers returning home from Afghanistan and Iraq are coming home with traumatic brain injuries. It's being called the "signature" wound of this war. But rehabilitating people with traumatic brain injury is a signature service at Casa Colina centers...
  • California Bill Would Cut Off Spouses Who Hire Hitmen

    California Bill Would Cut Off Spouses Who Hire Hitmen
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- A state legislative committee is expected to hear a bill Tuesday that would change California's divorce law to financially punish spouses who try to have their husband or wife killed. The bill, which would close a so-called loophole...
  • Pomona Teen Died of Staph Infection, Not Spider Bite

    Pomona Teen Died of Staph Infection, Not Spider Bite
    POMONA -- A 13 year-old boy died of a staph infection not a spider bite, according to the L.A. county coroner. Paramedics were sent to Jonathan Price's home in the 1200 block of Bonnie Brae Street about 1:35 p.m. Sunday. He was in full cardiac arrest...
  • Junior Tennis: Xepoleas has split decision

    FOUNTAIN VALLEY — In the aftermath of a girls' 18 semifinal doubles defeat Friday at the Southern California Junior Sectional tennis championships, there was plenty of consolation for Newport Beach resident Lynda Xepoleas. There was the advent...
  • 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...
  • 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...