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Deputy injured during vehicle search in Rancho Cucamonga; armed suspect shot

Deputy injured during vehicle search in Rancho Cucamonga; armed suspect shot A deputy conducting a vehicle search in Rancho Cucamonga was injured Saturday night when a car struck the vehicle being searched; and the driver of the car was then shot by a deputy or deputies after approaching the first deputy with a knife, officials […]

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Hunter Herrera, Citrus Valley rout Rancho Verde football

Hunter Herrera, Citrus Valley rout Rancho Verde football MORENO VALLEY — Citrus Valley quarterback Hunter Herrera had five touchdowns in the 58-7 nonleague victory over Rancho Verde on Friday. Citrus Valley QB @HunterHerrera12 connects with TE @brock__lium for the touchdown. PAT touchdown.@CitrusValley_FB leads Rancho Verde 17-7 with 27 seconds left in the second quarter.#IEvarsity updates: […]

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Los Angeles, Rancho Cucamonga to get first electric fire trucks in North America

Los Angeles, Rancho Cucamonga to get first electric fire trucks in North America Los Angeles and Rancho Cucamonga will get the first electric fire trucks in all of North America, with L.A. intending to put its in Hollywood this year, and Rancho aiming to base its in a new fire station set to open in […]

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4 arrested after robbery and assault at Rancho Cucamonga park

4 arrested after robbery and assault at Rancho Cucamonga park Four men between the ages of 18 and 22 were arrested after San Bernardino County sheriff’s investigators say the suspects robbed and twice beat a man unconscious at Los Amigos Park in Rancho Cucamonga. The investigation began on April 13 when the Sheriff’s Department received […]

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Magnitude 3.0 earthquake reported near Rancho Cucamonga on Sunday evening

Magnitude 3.0 earthquake reported near Rancho Cucamonga on Sunday evening A magnitude 3.0 earthquake shook just north of Rancho Cucamonga late Sunday evening, Feb. 28, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The quake happened at 10:17 p.m. about 4.3 miles slightly to the northeast of Rancho Cucamonga, USGS reported. The earthquake’s intensity was estimated by […]

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Long Beach man pleads guilty in shootings that killed his ex-wife in Covina and a Rancho Cucamonga woman

Long Beach man pleads guilty in shootings that killed his ex-wife in Covina and a Rancho Cucamonga woman A 46-year-old Long Beach man pleaded guilty Wednesday, Feb. 24, in the killings  of his estranged wife in Covina and another woman who was shot two months earlier in Azusa. Miguel Angel Prieto, who also tried to […]

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Rancho Cucamonga man accused of molesting 6 girls

Rancho Cucamonga man accused of molesting 6 girls A 67-year-old Rancho Cucamonga man has been accused of molesting six young girls over a period of time. Richard Allen Sepe was booked into West Valley Detention Center on suspicion of continuous sexual abuse of a minor under age 14 and other sex crimes on Wednesday, Feb. […]

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Man riding motorized scooter fatally struck by van in Rancho Cucamonga

Man riding motorized scooter fatally struck by van in Rancho Cucamonga A van struck a Fontana man on a motorized scooter who died while crossing a street in Rancho Cucamonga on Monday, Aug. 3. The collision happened along Arrow Route near Ilex Street at about 1:55 p.m., California Highway Patrol Officer Jesus Garcia said. The […]

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Redlands woman, 3 juveniles arrested after robbery in Rancho Cucamonga

Redlands woman, 3 juveniles arrested after robbery in Rancho Cucamonga A 19-year-old Redlands woman and three juveniles were arrested after the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department said one of the minors held up a woman in her car in Rancho Cucamonga. The crime happened just after noon on Friday, April 17, in the parking lot […]

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Etiwanda boys basketball team uses late surge to put away Rancho Christian

Etiwanda boys basketball team uses late surge to put away Rancho Christian RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> Etiwanda boys basketball coach Dave Kleckner suddenly had a sick feeling in his stomach. Kleckner’s team had just pieced together a 17-0 run to take control of Wednesday night’s CIF State Open Division playoff game against Rancho Christian. And then […]

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