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  • Basketball: SoCal and NorCal regional final scores; state championship schedule

     
    SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL BASKETBALL Regional finals, Saturday Boys Division I: Mater Dei 76, Corona Centennial 64 Division II: Summit 74, San Diego Lincoln 69 Division III: La Verne Lutheran 57, La Canada 47 Division IV: Windward 58, Oaks Christian...
  • Girls' basketball: Rialto defeats Buena, 44-42, on buzzer beater

     
    Janae Sharpe scored the winning basket on a one-step jumper in front of the free-throw line at the buzzer to lift Rialto to an incredible 44-42 victory over Buena in the Division II Southern California region finals Saturday at the......
  • Softball: Wednesday's scores

     
    SOFTBALL BAY LEAGUE Peninsula 5, Mira Costa 3 Redondo 7, West Torrance 6 CROSSTOWN LEAGUE Harbor Teacher Prep 22, Animo Venice 2 DESERT SKY LEAGUE Silverado 10, Victor Valley 4 GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE Loara 21, Westminster 0 Ocean View 13,......
  • Metrolink engineers probably caused 2008 Rialto train crash, NTSB says

     
    Metrolink engineers were probably to blame for a 2008 accident in Rialto in which a commuter train scraped a freight carrier, federal investigators said Thursday. An engineer and assistant engineer failed to stop the train on time and ran a......
  • White Supremacist Running for Local School Board

    White Supremacist Running for Local School Board
    RIALTO, Calif. -- A self-proclaimed white supremacist is running for a seat on a Southern California school board. Dan Schruender, who is currently a representative for the California chapter of Aryan Nations and formerly president of the organization,...
  • Man Arrested In String of San Bernardino Fast Food Robberies

    Man Arrested In String of San Bernardino Fast Food Robberies
    REDLANDS (KTLA) -- Investigators have arrested a man responsible for as many as 20 armed robberies at fast food restaurants across San Bernardino County, authorities said Thursday. Nathaniel Dawson, 45, was arrested Wednesday afternoon after an officer...
  • Former Deputy Faces New Charges, Lawsuit in Explorer Sex Case

    Former Deputy Faces New Charges, Lawsuit in Explorer Sex Case
    SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (KTLA) -- A former San Bernardino County Sheriff's deputy accused of having sex with a teenage girl is now facing new charges and a civil suit. Nathan Gastineau, 31, of Redlands, was originally charged with six felonies -- four...
  • Police Fatally Shoot Brick-Wielding Man in Rialto

    Police Fatally Shoot Brick-Wielding Man in Rialto
    RIALTO, Calif. (KTLA) -- Police in Rialto have shot and killed a man who was armed with bricks. Officers were called to a home in the 100 block of North Palm Avenue around 6:30 p.m. Thursday after a report of a disturbance between a man and a woman in...
  • 2 Rialto Police Officers Quit, 4 Others Disciplined in Sex Scandal

    2 Rialto Police Officers Quit, 4 Others Disciplined in Sex Scandal
    RIALTO ( KTLA) -- Two Rialto police resigned and four others have been severely disciplined after an internal probe was completed into allegations they had sex while on duty. The announcement come days after the woman at the center of the sex scandal,...
  • Army Spc. Jeremiah McCleery, 24, Portola; killed in attack by Iraqi soldiers

    Jeremiah McCleery was only 4 when his father drove him from the family's home in Rialto to Twentynine Palms, Calif., to watch the triumphant -- and emotional -- return of U.S. soldiers from the 1991 Persian Gulf War. The outpouring that greeted...
  • Letting gridlock loose on L.A.

    Letting gridlock loose on L.A.
    When Santa Monica officials approved the massive Water Garden office complex, they predicted the project would generate thousands of good jobs and revive a once-tired industrial neighborhood. They also predicted a lot of traffic. Twenty years later,...
  • Now it's a road to somewhere

    Now it's a road to somewhere
    The long-awaited final stretch of the 210 Freeway opened Tuesday morning with a traditional Southern California formula: a glut of government officials, impatient drivers and a standstill traffic jam. After decades of lobbying, four years of construction...