Cassondra Cavazos has been living with an autoimmune disease and opens up to Jessica Murray in this interview.
There is something special about a well-maintained, classic car that gives it the ability to turn heads — especially one that has gone above and beyond restoration. Indeed, very few cars have the ability to leave a lasting impression on an individual.
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.
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.
Many have been forced to wait in long lines at the post office to get their mail due to broken mailboxes and mail units.
Islamic community leaders discuss how Muslims are covered in the media and everyday life.
Bartending pays the bills, but at what expense?
Faculty and international students voiced their thoughts on the extraordinary political climate created by Donald Trump's executive orders and their impact on the school itself.
These members are in charge of departments whose policy choices can influence and even eradicate programs from which Chaffey students benefit.
In the past 50 years, Yoga has become a very popular exercise that helps people get in shape, improve concentration and relieve stress.
For the underground communities, music is their soundtrack—a small portion of surrounding artists thriving in the Inland Empire.
Technology for healthy sleep has been designed to assist in maintaining good sleep patterns and to reduce the risk of attaining irregularity in heart configuration and high blood pressure.
The lives and education of ITT Technical Institute’s 35,000 students were put on hold after the for-profit school shut its doors for good on Sep. 6, leaving many students in debt with no degree.
From the moment Zaphire Borghi was born, his parents were given the scare of their lives due to his birth being premature.
Along with adequate amounts of sleep and regular exercise, food is an important determinate in allowing our mind to absorb information, and to recall that information in class.
The true issue for the Delgados was not money, but the rapid rate at which honeybees were disappearing.
Will Uber’s robot cars be the end of human drivers? Ride-sharing companies, like Uber, continuously take steps towards fully-autonomous, driverless vehicles.
Music sales are steadily declining, 16 percent lower than they have been in over 2 decades, but it is not as if less people are listening to music.
The majority of Chaffey Community College students are not registered voters, and yet they have concerns about who the Commander-in-Chief will be.
Art posters showcased at the Wignall Museum’s new exhibit, “No Human Being is Illegal: Posters on the Myths & Realities of the Immigrant Experience” combine an artistic expression with the world of politics.
A large red and white building houses some of the oldest and quirkiest antiques from bygone eras within its vast meandering isles.
Thousands of civilians have been killed and millions have fled the country since the start of its civil war. But to understand how the country reached a crumbling state, one must understand the history leading up to the war.