Can Ontario airport count on cargo growth?

By Nikhil Agarwal and Kenneth P. Miller | Ontario International Airport has seen a significant increase in both its passenger and cargo traffic. The airport handled close to 470,000 passengers in January, including more than 45,000 international travelers. While the increase of almost 10% in passenger traffic from the same month a year ago...
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3 women rescued after car goes over cliff in Glendora

Firefighters rescued three young women after their vehicle went over a cliff in Glendora Wednesday night. Rescue crews responded to the incident on Glendora Mountain Road at mile marker 12 around 10:30 p.m. Three women were rescued after their vehicle went over a cliff in Glendale on Feb. 22, 2024. (KeyNews.TV) They found the three victims near...
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If you see these on the ATM, don’t use it

Every ATM transaction involves a certain level of trust. You need to trust the banking institution with your card information, trust the machine with your personal identification number (PIN), and ultimately, you need to have confidence that you’ll get your money. Aside from high transaction fees, most ATM withdrawals are worry-free – except when criminals get...
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Nationwide cellphone service outage impacting AT&T customers, other carriers

Several cellular services providers in the U.S. appeared to be experiencing outages Thursday morning, according to the outage tracking site Downdetector. AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon customers began reporting issues with their services around 3 a.m. ET Thursday. There are also network issues with Cricket, Consumer Cellular, Boost Mobile and other regional services. A spokesman for...
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Killer of accused California child abuser gets 50 years for, he says, making world a ‘safer place for the children’

In September 2020, Richard Shane Hampton called his mother from the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility in Banning with a “really, really” important request.Hampton spelled out the name of a fellow inmate — “R-o-s-e-n-d-o E-c-h-e-v-a-r-r-i-a” — and asked her to look up what he was in for. Hampton’s mother said it was child abuse. Court...
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Stansbury Home burglarized, historic items stolen

CHICO — The once pristine and well-kept visitor’s center behind Chico’s Stansbury Home, the house of Dr. Oscar Stansbury built in 1883, was cluttered Wednesday morning with previously locked cabinets hanging open after a burglar ransacked the building before fleeing with various items from inside. Roaming the property was Stansbury Home Preservation Association President Dino...
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Oroville enters negotiation for sobering center

OROVILLE — A sobering center planned in Chico may be another tool on the belt for Oroville police as an alternative to checking people into jail. The city entered negotiations Tuesday with Butte County Behavioral Health to contribute its 2021 opioid lawsuit settlement funds toward the county’s planned sobering center for up to one year. An...
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AT&T, other cellular providers see significant outages

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — If you’re an AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile or Cricket customer, you may have issues with your service Thursday morning. DownDetector.com, a website that tracks service outages, indicated a spike in complaints about their service, particularly AT&T, starting early Thursday morning. More than 30,000 AT&T users reported an outage around 4:30 a.m. ET. Users...
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California bill proposes new standards for court-ordered parenting classes after Times investigation

SACRAMENTO —  California could impose new standards for court-ordered parenting classes under legislation meant to address the lack of regulations for services often mandated for people suspected of child abuse and neglect. The legislation, authored by Assemblymember Isaac Bryan (D-Los Angeles), would require that any parenting classes ordered by judges in child welfare cases be...
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DOJ charges Japanese Yakuza leader for allegedly attempting to traffic nuclear materials

The Justice Department unsealed new charges against a leader of the notorious Japanese Yakuza gang who they accuse of attempting to traffic weapons-grade nuclear materials from Burma to other countries, according to a newly announced superseding indictment.Prosecutors in Manhattan say that beginning in early 2020, Takeshi Ebisawa conspired to transport material containing uranium and...
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Death notices received Feb. 21

HESKETT: Patricia Heskett, 85, of Chico, died Feb. 17, 2024, in Chico. Arrangements are under the direction of Brusie Funeral Home, 530-342-5642.LEITHEISER: Nancy Jane Leitheiser, 72, of Chico, died Feb. 21, 2024, in Chico. Arrangements are under the direction of Newton-Bracewell Chico Funeral Home, 530-342-9003. PERMANN: Joyce Permann, 82, of Oroville, died Jan. 27, 2024,...
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Death Notices

Death notices were received for February 21.FISHER: LaVerne N. Fisher, 91, of Red Bluff, died Feb. 6 in Anderson. Sweet-Olsen Family Simple Cremations & Burial Service is handling the arrangements. (530) 527-1732, BURNSIDES: Lyle Edwin Burnsides, 78, of Red Bluff, died Feb. 13 in Red Bluff. Sweet-Olsen Family Simple Cremations & Burial Service is handling the...
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