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  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    After Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 5 into law on September 9, 2019, California became the first state to undermine and damage the gig economy. The supposed purpose of the legislation ...
  • New York Post
    President Trump looked every bit the beaten fighter as he returned to the White House after Saturday’s rally in Tulsa. His team had boasted that more than 1 million people wanted tickets, but the
  • The Press-Enterprise
    Even as Independence Day events and fireworks shows are canceled around Southern California, Valley-Wide Recreation and Park District and the Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians will put on a fireworks ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    The Upland chief of police has been placed on paid administrative leave, city officials confirmed late Monday, June 22, 2020. Officials didn’t immediately provide a reason for placing Darren ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    Independence Day will be a bit quieter in Moreno Valley this year, with the cancellation of the annual Fourth of July Parade, Family FunFest and Fireworks Show due to coronavirus pandemic concerns ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Mindfulness Matters is a column by Vivian Wang that highlights the simple ways that she maintains mindfulness and self-care through the treacherous, life-changing journey of high school. In this week’s article, Wang shares her perspective on toxic ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    “The Politician” is a soapy comedy-drama that surrounds Payton Hobart (portrayed by Ben Platt), an upper-class kid with dreams of becoming President of the United States. Season one focused on Hobart’s run for Student Body President at his Santa ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    Alexander, who has been coaching for 25-plus years, replaces Shaun Mora as head coach; Miller is making a mascot change; Upland is looking for a new athletic director.
  • Los Angeles Times
    It seems that day after day, we’re pounded by an avalanche of distressing news, and it’s easy to lose hope in these times. Some might say hope is a desperate thing, but on the contrary, it’s how we as a people survive. Hope is an indispensable force ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    High School Insider enables students to post their stories on LATimes.com and report on issues that matter to them and their communities. Through HS Insider, students are provided the opportunity to join a network of more than 300 schools, attend ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    If segregation ended in 1964 when the Civil Rights Act was passed making it illegal to discriminate, why does it still happen now? Why does racism continue after many have fought for their freedom? Police brutality, inequality, hate crimes and economic ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Rialto police were investigating the death of a 19-year-old San Bernardino man who was found dead Monday morning at Henry Elementary School. The janitorial staff at about 7 a.m found the man, who ...

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