Photo by Damian Deltenre via wikicommons
Photo by Damian Deltenre via wikicommons
On Tuesday, July 25, a Chaffey College officer opened fire on a woman in the Northwest parking which led to a brief pursuit that ended in the same lot.
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Many food companies have obliged to the supply and demand of meat products due to the growing increase of commercialized food chains.
The Leela Project, a nonprofit started in Corona, is building its following while showing the Inland Empire what happens when compassion meets the community.
The college's annual Student invitational, an exhibit that features student artists, is on display until May 11.
Some students with autism from the Learning Development Center (LDC) now have nowhere to go for crucial job training.
There is a long road ahead to digital immortality, and its reality is far from certain.
Mary Ann Morell, 61, tells of her life earning a degree from her car.
Most of us have heard or had the chance to experience the unique southern combination of chicken and waffles. While it is a common find in the South, is not as easy to locate here on the west. It has almost become impossible to find in the Inland Empire, that was until March 2015 when Maple House Chicken and Waffles was established.
By taking time away from the recording studio, set or court, these celebrities have been active humanitarians.
Dodger Stadium by Marr RF Webb via WikiCommons
The Panthers defeated the East L.A. Huskies last Friday, 85 to 74, currently placing them first in the South Coast Conference.
Panthers moved athletic competitiveness to the South Coast Athletic Conference this spring.
As the clock trickled down throughout the game the Comets continued to capitalize off the five turnovers the Panthers gave to them.
From the Dallas Cowboys, who continue to amaze everyone, to the soaring Philadelphia Eagles, who struck gold with Carson Wentz, Week 3 is everything you wanted.
As week one brought drama on and off the field, it also brought three games that were decided by two points or less.
The Rams are back after 20 years in St. Louis, but now the football fans of LA are faced with a decision that make them question their own fandom.
After attending AB Miller High School and only having Division 2 colleges in sight out of high school, Ronald Rudd III took a different path.
The Panthers' preseason practice has ended, and the team's final skirmish will mark the start of what head coach Rod Hadaway believes to be a promising season.