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Covina, a small city, is located in southwestern California, only 22 miles east of Los Angeles. When the city was incorporated in 1901 the city's slogan was coined: "One Mile Square and All There," which depicts the area of the city, only about one square mile. Covina is the smallest city in area in the United States. The name "Covina" is derived from the Spanish word for vineyard. Several movies have been filmed in Covina including parts of the Roswell TV series, High School USA starring Michael J Fox, and the Bohemian Rhapsody scene from Wayne's World.

Population: 44837
Local Newspapers: Daily Variety Investor's Business Daily La Opinion LA Weekly Los Angeles Downtown News Los Angeles Independent Los Angeles Times New Times Los Angeles
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings UCLA Bruins USC Trojans
Local Colleges: American Graduate University

Zip Codes associated with covina, california: 91722 91723 91724
Towns/Cities near covina, california : Vincent Charter Oak Azusa Glendora San Dimas Diamond Bar Pomona Baldwin Park Walnut Valley

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Hesperia residents tied up during morning robbery

Deputies detained one man and were looking for several others in a Wednesday, June 21 home robbery in Hesperia where residents were tied up and had their vehicle and property stolen, sheriff's officials say. The robbery happened about 3:40 a.m. in the 15300 block of Sycamore Street.

Walnut teen killed in West Covina crash

WEST COVINA >> A 17-year-old Walnut boy died when the minivan he was driving crashed into a tree early Wednesday morning. Coroner's spokesman Ed Winter said Ali S. Rizzi was pronounced dead at Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center at 4:44 a.m. The solo crash happened on Nogales Street between Francesca Drive and Shadow Oak Drive.

DUI suspect surrenders to police in the nude following pursuit from Monrovia to Covina

A Covina man allegedly high on drugs led Monrovia police on a pursuit before driving home, barricaded himself inside, taking a shower, then surrendering to police in the buff on Saturday night, authorities said. The incident began just after 8 p.m. when a witness flagged down a Monrovia police officer to report seeing a possible intoxicated driver, Monrovia police Sgt.

Real estate briefly: Berkadia buys Tustin complex for $11.4M

Berkadia had brokered the sale of The Village at Old Town at 380 and 436 East 2nd Street in Tustin for $11.4 million. Senior director Peter Hauser and associate director Matt Hauser of Berkadia's Irvine office negotiated the transaction on behalf of both the seller and buyer.

Bloomington man killed in crash on 60 Freeway in Diamond Bar

DIAMOND BAR >> A series of early-morning crashes on the 60 Freeway in Diamond Bar on Saturday left a 23-year-old Bloomington man dead, authorities said. The deadly collision took place about 2:40 a.m. in the westbound lanes of the freeway at Diamond Bar Boulevard , California Highway Patrol Officer Elizabeth Kravig said.

Mega Millions ticket sold in West Covina wins more than $900,000

WEST COVINA >> A Mega Millions ticket sold in West Covina won the lucky owner nearly a million dollars in Friday night's drawing, California Lottery officials said. The ticket was sold at Chevron, 206 N. Vincent Ave. , lottery officials said in a written statement.

Dodgers draft with focus on college arms

If you're a hard-throwing right-handed amateur pitcher, especially one in college, you're on the Dodgers' radar. Although they took skill position players with their first pick on each of the three days of the 2017 MLB Draft, the Dodgers used most of the other 37 picks on pitchers, primarily righties in college with more upside because of a live arm and big body rather than proven production.

Lawmakers chase emergency funding to help foster families take in children

Amy Woods got a call last year from the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services, informing her that the mother of her 2-and-half-year-old foster son had just given birth to another boy. The newborn needed a home: Would she take him in? The $707 monthly stipend wouldn't be enough to pay a full-time nanny, and she didn't want to leave an infant at a child care center, even if it were possible to find one on such short notice.


Despite there now having been many opportunities for audiophiles to compare MQA-encoded recordings with the PCM originals-as well as comparisons at shows and dealer events, the Norwegian 2L record label has offered downloads of MQA/PCM files for quite a long time-there are still members of the press who insist that no-one, other than some reviewers, has been able to perform such comparisons. At the 2017 LAAS, not only were some exhibitors demonstrating MQA-Aurender, Meridian-Covina, CA retailer Sunny Components devoted the show's Saturday afternoon to specific comparisons hosted by MQA's Bob Stuart and Wilson Audio's Peter McGrath.

Potential BKK landfill developer attempting to buy more land, worrying some West Covina residents

A 2.17-acre parcel located next to Big League Dreams at the corner of Azusa and Giambi Lane in West Covina on Friday June 9, 2017. The West Covina City Council recently approved the sale the parcel to the Singpoli Group, LLC. The parcel is located next to the BKK landfill site, which the group is looking to develop into an outdoor recreation park.

Jason Approaches the Finish Line at LAAS

How to conduct a successful MQA demo when the person requesting same already has made up their mind? That question, or some variation thereof, must have run through the mind of Meridian's SW regional sales manager, Courtney Careccia, when the sole attendee in her room on a slow Sunday asked for a non-MQA/MQA comparison on her all-Meridian system. After no more than 45 seconds-it could have been less, but certainly not more-the man asked to switch to the MQA version, listened for a much shorter time, stood up, declared the whole thing was a sham, and marched out the door.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Is Back For Season 3 This Fall

Are you excited for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend to return on October 13th? We might be...just a lil bit... #CrazyExGirlfriend https://t.co/Qd6UIZwYZ6 To get you pumped for this exciting new season, we want to refresh your memory with these five traits that accurately describe Rebecca's character. Ridiculously intelligent Rebecca actually went to both Harvard and Yale.

Eight arrests at Dead and Company concert

Mountain View police made a total of eight drug- and alcohol-related arrests in and around Shoreline Amphitheatre over the weekend, most of them for the suspected sale of drugs including LSD, cocaine, heroin and hallucinogenic mushrooms. The arrests, which started on Saturday afternoon, June 3, and continued through Sunday afternoon, coincided with two back-to-back performances by Dead and Company, described by the concert venue as a "John Mayer-fronted Grateful Dead spinoff band."

Man, teen and employee accused of robbing store of $6,000

ROWLAND HEIGHTS >> Authorities alleged a masked gunman, his teenage getaway driver and the store employee he robbed were involved in a Sunday heist that netted them about $6,000. Sarah Ardalani, spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office, said 18-year-old Austin Lai of Monterey Park pleaded not guilty Wednesday to one count of second-degree robbery.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's Rachel Bloom Definitely Isn't Campaigning for...

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend co-creator and star Rachel Bloom would like you to know that she doesn't care about awards shows in a music video that definitely isn't campaigning for an Emmy. "I don't care about awards shows," she sings repeatedly in the video while expressing her deep appreciation for the writer of Notting Hill .

VIDEO: Rachel Bloom Insists 'I Don't Care About Awards Shows' in Hilarious New Video

With the announcement of the 2017 EMMY AWARD nominations just around the corner, CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND creator and star Rachel Bloom insists she doesn't care about that type of thing. In her latest video titled, " Rachel Bloom Doesn't Care About Award Shows," the actress sings and dances her way through a supposed anti-Emmy promotional campaign.

Family seeks answers after 7-year-old dies following fall at Sunset Elementary in La Puente

Sheriff's detectives are investigating the death of a 7-year-old boy who stopped breathing while in class last week at Sunset Elementary School in La Puente. Capt.

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