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  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    A biennial air show that typically draws hundreds of thousands of people to March Air Reserve Base will not be held as planned this month because of growing anxiety about the potential spread of ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Outside a shopping center in Solana Beach, at a bus stop in Claremont and in an apartment in Rancho Cucamonga, pounds of methamphetamine and kilograms of cocaine changed hands, the indictments charge. Five people named in the indictments and allegedly tied to the cartel were arrested Wednesday, according to a DEA spokeswoman. Griselda Reyes ...
  • The Salt Lake Tribune
    For the vast majority of the world’s 16.3 million Latter-day Saints, General Conference — which typically draws about 100,000 people over two days to downtown Salt Lake City — "is already a virtual experience,” said historian Matt Bowman, head of Mormon studies at Claremont Graduate University in Southern California. The ritual of ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Caltech, the five undergraduate campuses of the Claremont Colleges, Chapman University, CalArts and Pepperdine University are among the private universities that said Wednesday they would also transition to virtual or online instruction. A graduate student at Caltech is being tested for the virus that causes COVID-19, with results expected ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Western University of Health Sciences announced on Wednesday, March 11, that it would begin transitioning to online-only classes and lectures due to concerns over the novel coronavirus outbreak and has directed students to stay away from campus until further notice.
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    A former Los Angeles police officer found guilty last month for a fatal off-duty shooting in downtown Pomona was sentenced to 40 years to life in state prison Wednesday. Henry Solis, 32, was ...
  • New York Times
    One after the other, like dominoes, colleges announced that because of coronavirus fears, they were suspending classes and asking students to pack up and go. The day after colleges across the country suspended classes over fears of the coronavirus,
  • WTTV
    “One of the key messages from this study is that we are probably missing a big chunk of the ecosystem of the dinosaurs,” said Lars Schmitz, a biology professor at Scripps College in Claremont, California, who along with O’Connor, authored the paper that published Wednesday in the journal Nature. “We don’t know a lot about tiny things ...
  • WISHTV8
    “One of the key messages from this study is that we are probably missing a big chunk of the ecosystem of the dinosaurs,” said Lars Schmitz, a biology professor at Scripps College in Claremont, California, who along with O’Connor, authored the paper that published Wednesday in the journal Nature. “We don’t know a lot about tiny things ...
  • The Heritage Foundation
    Third, a political truism of long-standing is that money is “the mother’s milk of politics” (credited to California Democratic politician Jesse Unruh ... best-selling author and talk-radio host Mark Levin, and Claremont Review editor Charles Kesler. Influential conservative intellectuals include Hillsdale College professor Matthew ...
  • Albany Democrat-Herald
    6-0 at fifth singles Sunday in Claremont McKenna’s 7-2 home win against Vassar in Claremont, California. She also teamed with Sydney Lee for an 8-1 win at third doubles. Tessa Kern (Corvallis) teamed with Lexie Matsunaga for an 8-7 win at first doubles ...
  • CBS Boston / WBZ
    “There is a sense that California isn’t working,” Claremont McKenna College political scientist Jack Pitney said. When a fresh request came from Sacramento for billions in new debt, voters said: “We’ve been taxed enough.” Supporters had promoted the plan as a desperately needed repair job for crumbling schools, some more than a half ...

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