Rialto, CA

San Bernardino County Sun

Popular swap meet in San Bernardino welcomes thousands on final night

Richard Solis always grabbed a churro after paying a couple quarters to enter the Pro-Swap-Meet in San Bernardino. The 26-year-old local artist and filmmaker bought his last one Sunday, Oct. 24. Thousands visited the popular night swap meet off Mount Vernon Avenue for the final time this weekend, about a...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Rancho Cucamonga link to high-speed train to Las Vegas wins key state approvals

A private company proposing to build a high-speed train from Victorville to Las Vegas has taken a step toward adding an extension along the Cajon Pass to Rancho Cucamonga. Brightline West has signed agreements with key state transportation agencies that lay the framework for connecting the Vegas-bound train to a newly designed station to be built in Rancho Cucamonga that connects with existing Metrolink service between San Bernardino and Los Angeles, the company announced.
Riverside Press Enterprise

Man shot by Rialto officers remains in critical condition

A man shot by Rialto police Friday remained hospitalized in critical condition Monday, Oct. 25, authorities said. Christian Valadez, 23, of Fontana was shot shortly after midnight in the 100 Block of N. Encina Avenue by a Rialto police officer during an attempted arrest after a traffic stop in which Valadez fled on foot, police said. After fleeing, Valadez returned to his truck, started it while struggling with an officer before breaking free and then attempted to strike the officers with the truck, prompting the shooting, according to the Police Department.
Victorville Daily Press

Longtime Academy for Academic Excellence band director arrested on suspicion of possessing child pornography; hidden camera found on campus

The longtime band director at the Academy for Academic Excellence (AAE) has been arrested on suspicion of possessing child pornography after the discovery of a hidden camera on the Apple Valley campus. In a press release issued a few hours after the Daily Press first reported the arrest of 63-year-old...
Fontana Herald News

DoorDash delivery man is caught driving stolen vehicle, so police officers make the delivery instead

Fontana Police Department officers made an arrest of a suspect — and also made a special delivery to a hungry resident — during an incident on Oct. 15. At 10:41 p.m., officers located a stolen vehicle entering the McDonald's drive-thru at 11663 Cherry Avenue, said Public Information Officer Daniel Romero. The officers stopped the vehicle and detained two subjects as they left the parking lot.

Moreno Valley's Wild Donkeys

Did you know Moreno Valley has wild donkeys roaming the hills. These majestic creatures are absolutely beautiful to see. If you get the chance to come see them, please remember to be respectful of the animals and the people living here.
Redlands Daily Facts

Work to close Greenspot Road in Highland for 19 days

Part of Greenspot Road in Highland will be closed between Santa Paula Street and Santa Ana Canyon Road through Nov. 12 for repaving and other work. A public notice from home builder D.R. Horton posted on the city’s website notes work will also include grading, storm drain installation and erosion control.

Rescheduled Roadwork On Escondido At Main St. In Hesperia On Tuesday

HESPERIA, CA. (Pain In The Pass) >> Expect Delays on Main Street at Escondido Avenue due to roadwork on Tuesday October 26, 2021.* Due to weather conditions on Monday roadwork was rescheduled. A water service line will be installed tomorrow on Escondido Avenue from the Main Street intersection to the...

Teacher placed on leave for “insulting” Native American dance

A high school teacher from Riverside, California has been placed on leave after viral videos show her mocking Indigenous cultures during a math class this week. The teacher, wearing what appears to be a plastic headband with paper cutout feathers to look like a headdress, is seen in videos jumping around the room screeching “SoCahToa,” a shortened phrase for teaching trigonometry functions, and “tomahawk chopping.”