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  • New law expands carpool lane use

    New law  expands  carpool  lane use
    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a measure Monday allowing tens of thousands more Californians with environmentally friendly cars to drive solo in carpool lanes. As lawmakers worked late into the night Monday, the second to last day of the 2009-10...
  • 2 Brush Fires Burn 65 Acres in Inland Empire

    2 Brush Fires Burn 65 Acres in Inland Empire
    CHINO-- 2 brush fires are burning near the city of Chino and Highway 71, officials said. The fires were originally reported at around 4:43 p.m. Saturday, east of Highway 71 and West of Euclid Avenue to the south of the city of Chino, said San...
  • Prison Locked Down After 4 Inmates Stabbed in Brawl

    Prison Locked Down After 4 Inmates Stabbed in Brawl
    NORCO-- 4 inmates were hospitalized with stab wounds after about a dozen inmates engaged in a brawl. The California Rehabilitation Center in Norco remains on lock down following the brawl, said California Department of Corrections spokesman Luis Patino....
  • Illegal Indoor Marijuana Operation Busted in Chino

    Illegal Indoor Marijuana Operation Busted in Chino
    CHINO ( KTLA) -- Police in Chino have busted a large and sophisticated marijuana grow house inside a commercial building and seized thousands of pot plants worth up to $20 million dollars. Officers responding to a report of a possible burglary discovered...
  • Woman Dies After Driving Around Barricades on Flooded Street

    Woman Dies After Driving Around Barricades on Flooded Street
    CHINO (KTLA) -- A woman who became trapped in her car after driving around barricades on a flooded street in Chino on Christmas night has died. Joan Ja Oden, 67, of Pasadena drove her 2001 Mercedes past the barriers on Euclid Avenue near Route 71...
  • Private flights leveling

    While private flying at John Wayne Airport plummeted during the recession, the decline has begun to taper off. Data released Tuesday showed that 7% fewer "general aviation" planes took off or landed at JWA in 2010 compared with 2009, a marked improvement...
  • KTLA Special Report: Is a Sex Offender Worth $42 an Hour?

    KTLA Special Report: Is a Sex Offender Worth $42 an Hour?
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Is a convicted sex offender -- on parole and working what appears to be an entry level cleaning and janitorial job that's being funded with public money -- worth $42 an hour? That's what convicted sex offenders James Spry and...
  • Helpful sites and stores for a home redo

    Helpful sites and stores for a home redo
    The Home staff has culled recommendations from the architects, interior designers and do-it-yourselfers featured in this section to compile this list of resources for anyone planning to remodel, redecorate or otherwise turn his or her home into a work...
  • Winds relent, but fires persist

    Winds relent, but fires persist
    A lull in the fierce, desert-born Santa Ana winds that pushed three devastating wildfires through Southern California delivered the first major break in days to fire crews from Anaheim Hills to Santa Barbara on Sunday, although authorities warned that...
  • Disbelief over a charred Chino Hills State Park

    Disbelief over a charred Chino Hills State Park
    For more than 20 years, Chino Hills State Park has stood as an island of wilderness circled by freeways and untrammeled development. Swaying grasslands and remote canyons offered solitude to hikers and bikers. Rare plants and wildlife flourished. That...
  • Storm-damaged wetlands restored

    Storm-damaged wetlands restored
    Robert Johnson steered his pickup carefully along an earthen levee ringing the newly renovated wetlands behind Prado Dam, which straddles the Riverside-Orange county border. He braked to watch a red-tailed hawk soar overhead and pointed proudly to...
  • O.C. fire chief: 'We're still worried about the Silverado Canyon area'

    Firefighters in Orange County on Wednesday focused on eliminating the last unburned patch of land within the bounds of the 28,500-acre Santiago fire, in advance of the Santa Ana winds expected this weekend. "We're still worried about the Silverado Canyon...