Local Rancho Cucamonga News

Travel agency won’t return thousands of dollars from canceled SoCal student trip

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (KABC) — A dozen Southern California families and students are out thousands of dollars after a trip to tour and perform music in Europe this summer was canceled. The students were selected to participate in the Ambassadors of Music Tour, which involves performing music at concerts and festivals throughout Europe. Like so […]

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Rancho Cucamonga man, 21, allegedly used Snapchat scheme to extort nude photos and rape victim

Through an elaborate scheme on Snapchat, a 21-year-old Rancho Cucamonga man allegedly threatened to release nude photos of another user before luring her to a park where he raped her, authorities said Friday. Glenn Martin Cranford Jr. was arrested Tuesday following an investigation into the reported extortion plan, in which authorities said he posed as […]

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Coronavirus help: Newsom orders 60-day moratorium on rent evictions

Gov. Gavin Newsom gave cash-strapped California renters 60 days to figure out how to pay the rent while facing work slowdowns or loss of income during the current pandemic. Newsom signed an executive order Friday, March 27, banning all evictions through May 31 if a tenant is unable to pay his or her rent due […]

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NCAA Transfer Tracker: Former UVU, SLCC hooper Isaiah White reportedly commits to USC

NCAA Transfer Tracker: Utah State’s Abel Porter enters the portal If it feels like Abel Porter has been at Utah State for a full career, he has. But the redshirt junior guard received an extra season of eligibility from the NCAA due to injury, and he’s preparing to finish out his career elsewhere. Porter, who […]

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Etiwanda Preserve near Rancho Cucamonga draws crowds despite coronavirus

The stay-at-home order invoked by the state to prevent the spread of coronavirus hasn’t stopped some folks near Rancho Cucamonga from getting fresh air. On Wednesday, March 25, the parking lot of the North Etiwanda Preserve was near capacity at around 1:30 p.m. A sign said the park was open from 6:30 a.m. to 7 […]

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First WHL U.S. prospects draft kind to Victoria Royals

The Western Hockey League, with its season and playoffs abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic, has turned to tidying up administrative matters. By video conferencing and online, of course. article continues below Trending Stories First on the agenda Wednesday was the newly-installed WHL draft of U.S. bantam (2005 born) players from western states. The Victoria […]

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First WHL U.S. prospects draft kind to Royals

The Western Hockey League, with its season and playoffs abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic, has turned to tidying up administrative matters. By video conferencing and online, of course. article continues below Trending Stories First on the agenda Wednesday was the newly-installed WHL draft of U.S. bantam (2005 born) players from western states. The Victoria […]

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Etiwanda Preserve in Rancho Cucamonga draws crowds despite coronavirus

The stay-at-home order invoked by the state to prevent the spread of coronavirus hasn’t stopped some folks in Rancho Cucamonga from getting fresh air. On Wednesday, March 25, the parking lot of the North Etiwanda Preserve was near capacity at around 1:30 p.m. A sign said the park was open from 6:30 a.m. to 7 […]

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CO-OP announces cardholder payment relief solutions for its full-service credit clients

Solutions designed to help give much-needed relief to credit union members during events of COVID-19 RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA (March 25, 2020) — CO-OP Financial Services has announced a series of programs for its Full-Service Credit clients to help them address the financial stress their members may be experiencing as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. […]

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