Several small earthquakes struck Sunday night near the Kern County community of Ridgecrest, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The largest one, a preliminary magnitude of 4.3, hit around 14 miles east of Ridgecrest about 9:15 p.
Fontana lifted its citywide curfew Sunday, June 7, a week after enacting it in response to civil unrest that erupted in town and throughout San Bernardino County following a day of peaceful protesting honoring George Floyd,
While cuts could be coming, the city of Montclair has decided to first pursue an increase in city funds through higher taxes. By a vote of the Montclair City Council earlier this week, the city will ask voters to raise the sales and use taxes within the city by 1%.
Hundreds of people gathered in Riverside’s Fairmount Park on Sunday, June 7 to hear speeches and march into downtown to protest the police custody death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. The event was one of several held throughout Southern California Sunday – with hundreds at some,
Black America has long known that systemic racism—from early childhood experiences to educational opportunities, to housing and workplace discrimination, to medical discrimination and excessive policing—has cut short the lifespans and ruined the lives of millions.
It’s great to see so many races and backgrounds (here),” said Dill, who is black. More than 700 people gathered in Redlands starting at 4 p.m. Speakers urged people to take systemic racism and violence by police seriously,
Conor McGregor has announced his retirement for the third time in four years. McGregor abruptly made his latest dubious declaration Sunday morning on his Twitter account, where the former two-division UFC champion also announced his retirement in 2016 and 2019. “Hey guys I’ve decided to retire from fighting,” McGregor wrote in a caption ...
Kurt lived his life to the extreme, and I will be forever honored to be his wife,” Beckie Thomas told International Gymnast Magazine. After competing in the 1976 Montreal Olympics, Thomas won the floor exercise in the 1978 world championships in Strasbourg,
About 300 people marched from Ontario Mills toward Rancho Cucamonga City Hall on Saturday, June 6, in support of Black Lives Matter. Instead of demonstrating at City Hall, however, organizers decided to rally at the intersection of Foothill Boulevard and Haven Avenue.