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  • LAist

    About Mt. Wilson Additional Resources The Bobcat Fire in the Angeles National Forest continues to burn into its 16th day. The blaze has grown aggressively in recent days, driven by strong wind gusts.

  • YAHOO!

    She has received extensive recognition for her work in STEM, is a Technical Fellow and serves on the Cal Poly University Pomona Foundation Board and Unaka Company Inc. Board of Directors.

  • Out Magazine

    According to Hornet, of those 1,200 men, 51 percent said they were voting for Biden while 45% said they were voting for Trump. If you do the math, that's 612 men for Biden and 540 for Trump. And this is supposed to be representative of the larger community?

  • Mic

    California is burning, this year worse than ever before. For more than a month now, the state has been plagued by out-of-control wildfires that are painting the skies red and producing catastrophic destruction.

  • LAist

    The weekend brought more flames and smoke as the Bobcat fire spread to nearly 100,000 acres, driven by gusts of wind up to 44 miles per hour. Keep reading for more on what’s happening in L.A. today, and stay safe out there.

  • LAist

    The El Dorado Fire began on Saturday, September 5, with a bang — literally — when a firework from a gender reveal party in Yucaipa ignited a blaze that has threatened thousands of homes and caused the mandatory evacuation of tens of thousands of residents.

  • LAist

    In all cases, we strive to bring you the most accurate information in real time and will update this story as new information becomes available. The fire erupted on Sept. 6 near the Cogswell Dam and then spread rapidly amid an intense,

  • NBC Los Angeles

    Due to three major wildfires burning across Southern California, the South Coast Air Quality Management District extended a smoke advisory for the region into Monday, with parts of Southern California having unhealthy air quality.

  • Daily Breeze

    Relatives of Michelle “Missy” Jones released 40 balloons at her gravesite in her memory and “for everyone else who’s had to go through what we’ve been through,”

  • thoroughbredracing.com

    Flickr photo There is never a mid-September when the collective memory of the Southern California racing clan does not turn to the bustling inland town of Pomona, where the Los Angeles County Fair made its debut in 1922, and Thoroughbreds competed for ...

  • Dodgers Nation

    Earlier this week the Dodgers welcomed Dodger legend Fernando Valenzuela and former Dodger Adrian Gonzalez among others as they began their celebration of Hispanic Heritage month this week. First up,

  • East Bay Times

    Current Chancellor Timothy White announced last October that he would be retiring, effective in July 2020. He put those plans on hold in March as the coronavirus pandemic took hold.

  • LAist

    The El Dorado Fire began on Saturday, September 5, with a bang — literally — when a firework from a gender reveal party in Yucaipa ignited a blaze that has threatened thousands of homes and caused the mandatory evacuation of tens of thousands of residents.

  • Dayton Daily News on MSN.com

    M. Zelta M. Fogt, age 93 of Minster died at Vancrest Nursing Home in St. Mary's, Ohio, of natural causes. She was born November 10, 1926, in Pomona, California, to the late Harry & Elise Rader. In 1948 she married Marion W.

  • LAist

    For the latest overnight updates, check the following official sites and social channels: The El Dorado fire continues to burn in the San Bernardino National Forest, forcing thousands of residents to flee their homes in mountain communities.

  • LAist

    Delaying evacuation will prevent fire crews from suppression activities and compromise the safety of the public and first responders." This public information map was published Saturday morning by the U.

  • StamfordAdvocate

    The Hall of Fame, which is overseen by the Fairfield County Sports Commission, Inc., will honor this class at a later date. The Commission has postponed its annual Sports Night gala dinner until 2021.

  • LAist

    The Bobcat Fire in the Angeles National Forest continues to grow in its 14th day and authorities are ordering anyone in mandatory evacuation zones to leave immediately. The fire has grown aggressively in recent days.

  • LAist

    A community meeting for residents there took place at 4 p.m. on Friday Big Bear residents are not currently under any evacuation warnings or orders, but local officials there have issued a fire advisory,

  • Mercury News

    The quake, at 11:38 p.m., was centered near San Gabriel Boulevard and the Pomona Freeway, 10 miles west of downtown Los Angeles.

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