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Local pastor believes Supreme Court made right decision overturning Roe v. Wade

Opponents of abortion rights said the Supreme Court did the right thing when it overturned the landmark Roe v. Wade decision that established the right to an abortion. RELATED: Supreme Court strikes down Roe v. Wade in seismic shift for abortion rightsWhile many Americans are protesting the decision, which came down Friday morning, Jack Hibbs, was quietly celebrating the ruling. "I think it's a great step in the right direction," he said. Hibbs, the founding pastor of Calvary Chapel Chino Hills, said the SCOTUS decision was a personal victory. "Finding out when I was a young teenager that my mom attempted an abortion, I...
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Two Injured in Multi-Vehicle Collision on Jeronimo Road [Lake Forest, CA]

LAKE FOREST, CA (June 24, 2022) – Sunday, a multi-vehicle collision on Jeronimo Road left two people with various injuries, police said. According to authorities, two people sustained injuries in a crash that happened on Jeronimo Road between Rivendell and Green Bay. Furthermore, the crash also caused a power...

Only on CBSLA: Family hopes to get family dog back soon after being stolen

Eva Ortiz was waiting for her 11-year-old son to get out of karate class on Thursday afternoon in Diamond Bar when a man approached her and asked to pet her dog. Seconds later, the man grabbed the 12-week old Goldendoodle and ran away, jumping into a waiting vehicle and speeding off."I don't understand how people can do that. I don't understand how people can just not think about the consequences that come after," Ortiz said. Eva's husband, Joe Ortiz managed to track down the security video from a gas station at the corner of Palomino Drive and South Diamond Bar Boulevard that...
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One Killed in Vehicle Accident on 15 Freeway [Corona, CA]

Traffic Crash along Cajalco Road Left One Fatality. The incident happened around 12:07 a.m. along the Cajalco Road off-ramp on the 15 Freeway, per initial reports. According to the California Highway Patrol, they received reports of a collision but the circumstances surrounding the crash are still unknown. When officers arrived,...

California city councilman found guilty of bribery, arson

A federal jury determined a former Adelanto city councilman accepted a $10,000 cash bribe for a vote regarding marijuana regulations and then hired a man to burn down his restaurant so he could fraudulently collect hundreds of thousands of dollars in insurance proceeds, the Justice Department announced Thursday. Jermaine Wright,...
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Two Injured in Car Crash on Soquel Canyon Parkway [Chino Hills, CA]

CHINO HILLS, CA (June 24, 2022) – Sunday afternoon, a car crash on Soquel Canyon Parkway left two people with injuries, police said. According to authorities, the patrol car unit was involved in a car that happened on Soquel Canyon Parkway. Furthermore, the police reported two people with significant...

Report on Turpin children care investigation expected to be presented in July

The long-awaited report detailing the findings of an investigation into the county's care of the Turpin siblings is scheduled to be presented next month, officials confirmed on Friday. In Jan. 2018, authorities discovered that the 12 of the 13 Turpin siblings were shackled, starved, and physically abused by their parents, David Allen Turpin, 59, and Louise Ann The post Report on Turpin children care investigation expected to be presented in July appeared first on KESQ.

Rally for Abortion Rights Downtown Fullerton, Friday June 24 at 6pm

In response to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, Planned Parenthood of Orange and San Bernadino Counties is organizing a rally for abortion rights on Friday, June 24 at 6pm in Downtown Fullerton at the corner of N. Harbor Blvd. and E. Commonwealth Ave. Planned Parenthood...

Juneteenth: The Inland Region in Joy and Celebration

On Saturday June 18th, a number of Juneteenth events were held across the Inland Empire. The Black Voice News spent time at the Black Collective X Itoas’ annual Juneteenth Celebration at White Park in Riverside as well as San Bernardino Juneteenth Committee’s Juneteenth Celebration of Freedom at San Bernardino Valley College. At these events community members, local merchants and artists came together to celebrate the holiday and its meaning, uplifting community voices and sharing joy.

Artificial Photosynthesis May Help Combat Food Shortage by Producing Food Without Sunlight

Without the need for sunlight, artificial photosynthesis can help create food. For millions of years, plants have evolved photosynthesis to convert water, carbon dioxide, and solar energy into plant biomass and the meals humans eat. However, this process is inefficient, with only around 1% of the energy found in sunlight reaching the plant.
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American Financial Network to pay $1M fee to resolve fraud allegations

Brea, California-based direct lender American Financial Network will pay about $1.04 million to resolve allegations that it fraudulently originated government-backed mortgage loans insured by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA). The settlement agreement announced by the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Washington on Tuesday puts an end to...

SoCal QB Kadin Semonza commits to Ball State

Mission Viejo (Calif.) quarterback Kadin Semonza pulled the trigger on Thursday and committed to Ball State. Semonza was one of the top un-committed quarterbacks out West but is now off the board after committing to the Cardinals. Ball State just offered Semonza two week ago with OC/QB coach Kevin Lynch doing the honors.

Choose Happy Vibes programs and classes, a great way to relax

A little stressed out? Consider a sound bath concert. Peg McKnight offers alternative ways to de-stress, such as singing bowl concerts, vibrational sound therapy massage and sound bath meditation classes in Yucaipa. McKnight has practiced energy healing alternatives for many years. “I was born into a family of energy workers...