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Chino is located in southeastern California in between San Bernadino and Los Angeles. The town was founded on a land grant called Rancho Santa Ana del Chino. The exact meaning of "Chino" has been explained in different ways. One explanation states that the chief of the local Native American village was named Chino. Another explanation is that "chino" in Spanish means "curly." It is believed that the term curly is a reference to the type of grass which is prevalent in the valley.

Population: 67168
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Times New Times Los Angeles
Local Sports Teams: San Bernadino Stampede LA Avengers LA Clippers LA Dodgers
Local Colleges: Chaffey College - Chino Campus

Zip Codes associated with chino, california: 91710
Towns/Cities near chino, california : Pomona Diamond Bar Chino Hills Ontario Corona Yorba Linda

Chino News
California Investment Summit Targets Chinese Foreign Direct Investment

On the heels of Governor Brown's highly successful trip to China, the Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development , in partnership with the California-China Trade Network, hosted the first ever Select California Investment Summit in Sacramento to connect Chinese investors with California economic development and business leaders looking to bring projects to their regions. California economic development and business representatives pitched their regions and projects as destinations for new foreign direct investment to a group of 22 Chinese investors focused on clean tech, water innovation, sustainable development, zero emission vehicles, and more.

Beanie babies for charity? Ita s one of the ideas proposed at summer camp to save water

"The camp experience opened up these girls' eyes to what conservation can mean beyond taking shorter showers," said Becky Rittenburg, community programs manager for the Chino Basin Water Conservation District, which sponsored the camp. "They visited the mountains, the River and then the ocean all in one week," she said.

China sends its first X-ray telescope into space

China sends its first X-RAY telescope into space to study black holes as Beijing steps up its game in cosmic domination The telescope will study black holes, pulsars and gamma-ray bursts and will allow Chinese scientists to observe magnetic fields and better understand the evolution of black holes. A Long March-4B rocket carried the 2.5-tonne telescope into orbit from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China's Gobi Desert The Hard X-ray Modulation Telescope named Insight will allow scientists in China to observe magnetic fields and the interiors of pulsars and better understand the evolution of black holes.

Chinese court sentences fugitive tycoon's staff to prison

A court in northern China on Friday sentenced three employees working for fugitive real estate billionaire Guo Wengui, who has been locked in a high-stakes political feud with the ruling Communist Party. The Dalian Xigang People's Court announced prison terms of less than three years for the employees who prosecutors said were ordered by Guo to falsify financial documents to obtain loans from a state bank.

Wednesday was last day of school for Chinoa s Oxford Preparatory Academy a " maybe forever

Principal Andrew Crowe says goodbye to students on the last day of school at Oxford Preparatory Academy in Chino, CA., Wednesday, June 14, 2017. CHINO >> The last metaphorical bell of the 2016-17 school year rang at Oxford Preparatory Academy at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Herea s why California scientists want neighborhood-by-neighborhood smog data

Workshops are offered to those who want to participate in the community air pollution and weather monitoring program and live in the Claremont, Montclair, Chino and Riverside areas For more information, call the Riverside-Corona Resource Conservation District at 951-683-7691, ext 223 or 207; or the Chino Basin district at 909-626-2711. Most days from May through September, we endure unhealthful levels of ozone, a lung-searing gas that forms when emissions from vehicles, factories and other sources percolate in the sun-baked atmosphere.

Orchard school superintendent, opposed by board, resigns

Orchard School after the Orchard School board meeting was canceled in San Jose, Calif., on Tuesday, May 23, 2017. SAN JOSE- In the face of ongoing opposition from a school board majority, Joel Herrera announced Monday he will step down as superintendent of the Orchard School District.

Why Fontana is working to expand sewer system to boot out septic tanks

FONTANA >> An Inland Valley utility company is studying how to convert nearly 22,000 property parcels from Fontana to Upland - representing about 80,000 people - from septic tank systems to a sewer system connection for their wastewater. Fontana is ground zero of this challenge with nearly 12,000 parcels, representing about 40,000 people, that are not connected to sewer service.

Nursing grudge, Ontario votes to oppose Chinoa s Measure H

Following my usual practice, I checked the Chino and Ontario council agendas Tuesday to see which meeting held more interest. Chino seemed to have the edge going in because the council would be talking about how to fill a vacant seat.

How to bid on Alexander Hamilton book by Gertrude Atherton, a The Conquerora

The books up for bids in this week's Professor Parsons' Picks silent auction, sponsored by the Friends of A.K. Smiley Public Library, were published between 1892 and the 1950s.

Proof Sheet: Jesus Meza

I met Jesus in 2015 in Orange, California. We initially started skating and hanging when my friend Logan Catt introduced me to him.

Roman Polanski's victim, Samantha Geimer, asks judge to end...

The woman Roman Polanski was convicted of sexually assaulting in 1977 when she was 13 years old, appeared in court Friday and urged a judge to dismiss the 40-year-old sex case against the fugitive director. Samantha Geimer stood before Superior Court Judge Scott Gordon in downtown Los Angeles and said she wanted the case to end.

Help Wanted: Inland Empire Residents Needed to Help Track Local Temperature and Air Quality

Inland Empire residents and families interested in learning more about local air quality can be a part of a community network of air sensors measuring temperature, humidity and ozone in a pilot program supported by Chino Basin Water Conservation District, Riverside-Corona Resource Conservation District, and the University of California Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners of San Bernardino County. As part of Operation Healthy Air, a NASA-funded project, hundreds of volunteers will work with scientists from UC Riverside and Earthwatch Institute to host sensors at their Inland Empire homes and to map local vegetation in order to understand how urban landscapes impact temperature and air quality.

Man struck, killed by car on 15 freeway in Devore identified

DEVORE >> Authorities have identified the man killed Thursday morning when he stepped out of his car along the 15 Freeway in Devore as 25-year-old Mohamad Youssef. California Highway Patrol officials said Youssef was from Chino, but the San Bernardino County Coroner's website says he lived in San Bernardino.

Tacolicious takes delivery-only route with new project: MF

The Bay Area's Tacolicious outfit told Scoop they plan to launch MF Chicken , a delivery-only "Mexican-style rotisserie" restaurant later this month. And the MF stands for "muy fierce."

Starting this summer, you can get to China from ONT

ONTARIO >> On a trial basis, an airline will offer Ontario International Airport 's first service between China and the Inland Empire this summer. Dynamic International Airways, a charter airline service based out of North Carolina, is set to operate round-trip flights between Ontario and Nanchang, China, with service to begin some time in July and to run through the summer, officials announced Thursday.

Cooking in Confinement: Inside the Kitchen at Chino Prison

On this particular Friday at around 2 p.m., a handful of inmates - cloaked in aprons, hair nets and gloves - are bustling around the industrial kitchen in Chino's men's-only prison, prepping dinner for 3,400 of their fellow prisoners. Using what looks like a canoe paddle, one man stirs rice while a team of two uses a step stool to dump mountains of grated cheddar cheese into a neighboring vat.

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