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KTLA NewsRancho Cucamonga (KTLA) -- A San Bernardino County jail inmate awaiting trial on murder charges was found dead in his cell, authorities said Tuesday. 41-year-old Ronald Wayne Paoletto -- a registered sex offender who was arrested in January -- was...
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KTLA NewsSAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (KTLA) -- A former San Bernardino County Sheriff's deputy accused of having sex with a teenage girl is now facing new charges and a civil suit. Nathan Gastineau, 31, of Redlands, was originally charged with six felonies -- four...
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Pop & HissMultiple sides of Nikki Sixx's personality will be on display around Los Angeles in the latter half of August. His band Mötley Crüe will perform in the Sunset Strip Music Fest on Aug. 20; on Aug. 25, fans can get......
KTLA NewsVICTORVILLE, Calif. (KTLA) -- Authorities have charged a Victorville father and his girlfriend with child cruelty after the man's 3-year-old daughter suffered severe hot water burns. The girl was taken to a local hospital last Saturday with third-...
Newport Beach's ban on scavenging for recyclables has led to five arrests since the law took effect in January, police said. Four of the five suspects had criminal backgrounds, which included battery, lewd conduct, tampering with vehicles, using false...
L.A. NOWNewport Beach's ban on scavenging for recyclables has led to five arrests since the law took effect in January, police said. Four of the five suspects had criminal backgrounds, which included battery, lewd conduct, tampering with vehicles, false...
With rain soaking their clothing and fogging up their binoculars, 50 researchers and university students armed with butterfly nets and specimen bottles fanned out across Whitewater Canyon at daybreak Monday to take the first full accounting of wildlife in...
On Paula Sladewski's birthday, Dec. 15, her family went to the Red Lobster because it was one of her favorite restaurants. They went around the table and each person told a favorite story about her. Then they went outside, said a prayer and released a...
Whooping cough is now at epidemic levels in California and the state could record the highest number of illnesses and death due to the disease in 50 years, the state's top health official said Wednesday. Reported cases of whooping cough, also known as...
A house that seems to emerge from the boulders around it, blending seamlessly into the desert landscape, sits on a secluded San Bernardino County lot near Joshua Tree National Park. The park, with its granite boulders and rock outcroppings, offered the...
On a recent bright afternoon in Redondo Beach, rent signs baked in the sun outside half the small stucco apartment buildings along the stretch of Beryl Street between Flagler and Harkness lanes. "I've never seen it this saturated with rentals," said...
The sneezing, eye-watering, itchy-throated misery that comes with allergies is on the rise, led by a growing numbers of Americans sensitive to ragweed and mold. And in certain big cities -- Phoenix, Las Vegas and the Riverside-San Bernardino area among...
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