• 10 Years After Katrina, 'New' New Orleans Leaves Many Behind

    Aug 27, 2015, 10:49 a.m.

    Talking about New Orleans a decade after Hurricane Katrina, people here often reach for the Biblical, describing an economic and cultural resurrection. Helped by billions in recovery money, buoyed by volunteers and driven by the grit of its own citizens, the city is enjoying a resurgence. Reforms from schools to policing to community engagement and water management are in progress, buttressing people against the next monster storm.
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  • Kiwanis San Bernardino Elects Dr. Margaret Hill as Club President

    Aug 27, 2015, 10:42 a.m.

    Kiwanis San Bernardino is gleaming with pride as they prepare to install their newly elected officers including President-Elect Dr. Margaret Hill as their new President. Pauline Tidler, Lieutenant Governor will uninstall the current officers and install the newly appointed officers.
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  • Americans, Briton Who Thwarted Attack Get France's Top Honor

    Aug 27, 2015, 11:02 a.m.

    The president of France pinned his country's highest award, the Legion d'Honneur, on three Americans and a Briton on Monday, saying they "gave a lesson in courage" by subduing a heavily armed attacker on a high-speed train carrying 500 passengers to Paris. President Francois Hollande said that while two of the Americans who tackled the gunman were soldiers, "on Friday you were simply passengers. You behaved as soldiers but also as responsible men."
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  • Inland Valley News Hosts Fundraiser for Local Missions Team Traveling to Uganda

    Aug 27, 2015, 11:18 a.m.

    Inland Valley News will host a fundraiser Saturday, Aug. 29 to benefit a local mission’s team traveling to Uganda. The team is scheduled to depart Oct. 7 and will bring with it needed supplies and resources in support of the 1 Uganda Project, which is dedicated to promoting self-sufficiency through spiritual, emotional, and educational programs. Donations including the following items are welcomed: socks, men’s dress shirts, first aid supplies and kits, small light weight toys, LED flashlights, and candles.
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The National Sports Beat with Brad Pye Jr.

LeBron James has time for more things to do than being the best basketball player in the world. He has time for the young people of his home town of Akron and around the world. Check This! Every kid who finishes his program he has partnered with the University of Akron will go to college for free. Keep on helping LeBron, the world needs more men like you.

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Jerome Dean Entertainment Brings Joy Through Music to Senior Citizens

Jerome Dean Entertainment will host a very special event on Sunday, August 23, 2015 at 1:30pm in the Central Park Senior Citizen Center located at 11200 Base Line Road, Rancho Cucamonga. The day will feature a variety of activities including a personal concert featuring songs from the golden days gone by and the Mayor of Rancho Cucamonga, L. Dennis Michael, will bring opening remarks.

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The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat watch for the area starting Friday. Relief from the triple-digit temperatures is not expected until early next week.