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  • Briefly In Public Safety

    Laguna man dead after minor collision A man who had a heart attack and died after a minor collision in downtown Laguna on Saturday has been identified as Christian Thomas Medina, 40, of Laguna Beach, according to Sgt. Louise Callus. Medina was...
  • Fundraiser for Fmr. Police Officer Mike Newton

    WEST COVINA -- A 50th birthday party and fundraiser is being held Saturday for a retired West Covina police officer who is dying from Leukodystrophy. Mike Newton is in a convalescent home, and is unable to walk or speak. His wife Susan overcame breast...
  • 91-year-old Man Dies After Another Nursing Home Attack

    91-year-old Man Dies After Another Nursing Home Attack
    POMONA -- In yet another act of violence at a Southern California nursing home, a 91 year old man died of injuries he received when he was attacked by another patient, it was reported Tuesday. John Lazzaro's injuries were so severe, he had to have his...
  • 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...
  • Ex-S.B. County Deputy to Face Trial in Shooting, Judge Rules

    Prosecutors have enough evidence to try former San Bernardino County Sheriff's Deputy Ivory J. Webb Jr., who is charged with attempted voluntary manslaughter for shooting an unarmed Air Force police officer after a high-speed chase in Chino in January,...
  • 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...
  • Letters to the editor

    Focus on Blagojevich Re “Senators call appointment unwelcome,” Dec. 31 Isn't Illinois Gov. Rod R. Blagojevich's appointment of Roland Burris less scandalous than Richard Nixon's appointment of Gerald Ford as vice president? In the latter...
  • The milkman cometh

    The milkman cometh
    One of the hardest parts of Jim Pastor's job is convincing people that he exists: He's a milkman. "The reaction is always the same," Pastor said. "People say, 'Really? A milkman? Like in the old days?' They always have a hard time believing it."...
  • Chino Students Could Get Summer Vacation After All

    Chino Students Could Get Summer Vacation After All
    CHINO -- Hundreds of children in San Bernardino County facing 34 extra days of school because of a clerical error may get relief from the state Legislature. A bill was unanimously approved Wednesday by the Assembly Education committee that would...