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The Rialto Historical Society currently houses artifacts that archaeologists suggest prove that the city of Rialto was settled before 1500 by the Serrano Indians. In more recent news – the city was also the locale for the filming of the movie, "Transformers." Local athletes that have been inducted into the City of Rialto’s Hall of Fame include NFL Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott, Olympic speed skater Derek Parra, and baseball players Jeff Conine and Ricky Nolasco. Director John Singleton also calls Rialto his hometown.

Population: 93284
Local Newspapers: San Bernardino County Sun
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Zip Codes associated with rialto, california: 92376 92377
Towns/Cities near rialto, california : San Bernardino Fontana Muscoy Colton Bloomington Loma Linda

Rialto News
Stockton fisherman outlasts cancer, claims high honor

In nearly seven decades casting in his beloved Delta, fishing guide "Jolly Jay" Sorensen did battle with some colossal fish - stripers that weighed 50-plus pounds, and one sturgeon so large that it could only be estimated at almost a quarter ton. But the biggest fight of his life might well have been the throat cancer that recently forced him off the water once and for all.

Allegations of improper spending and hiring practices by Rialto water board president not new

Clifford Young, president of the board of directors for the West Valley Water District in Rialto, during a recent interview. A lawsuit accusing a Rialto water district's board president of improper hiring and spending backs the accounts of current and former top administrators who were placed on leave and are under investigation after speaking out.

2 sex offenders arrested in Yucaipa on suspicion of failing to register

Two registered sex offenders are back in jail after they failed to inform authorities of their home address within five business days of their birthday, the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department said. Elijah Ceasar Hernandez, 21, of Mentone and Arthur Hale Spears, 55, of Yucaipa were both arrested Tuesday in Yucaipa on suspicion of failing to register as a sex offender.

Duo arrested in Fontana linked to 2 armed robberies

Fontana police arrested Michael Walker, 32, of San Bernardino and Charles Smith, 22, of Rialto on suspicion of armed robbery after police say the men robbed two convenience stores minutes apart. As Fontana police were investigating one armed convenience store robbery, they said the same robbers hit a second nearby store before being arrested, officials said.

Two arrested in Rancho Cucamonga apartment mail theft case

San Bernardino County sheriff's deputies recovered stolen mail and burglary tools inside a suspects' vehicle and made two arrests in connection with mail theft at an apartment complex, authorities said. Deputies responded at 3:15 a.m. Jan. 6 to a report of someone breaking into mailboxes.

Johnson returns to coach basketball at Ike

Johnson on Thursday said he has been appointed by principal Reggie Thompkins as the interim coach at Ike, resuming a job he had held for so many years. Johnson replaces James Lindsey, a first-year coach who has been replaced as coach after 19 games.

Youth Mentoring Action Network helps Inland students with life challenges

Youth Mentoring Action Network held its yearly scholarship fundraiser on Sept. 16 at the Upland Women's Club.

Police: Six gang members arrested in San Bernardino attempted murder of rival

Five alleged gang members were taken into custody Thursday after being accused of an attempted murder of a rival gang member in San Bernardino, police said. Attempted murder suspects, clockwise, from top left: Isaac Baker, 25, Timmisha Brice, 29; Dicarloe Crockett, 21; Donta Davis, 24; Nathan Gonzales, 19; and Donnell Jones, 20. Timmisha Brice, 29; Nathan Gonzales, 19; Dicarloe Crockett, 21, Donnell Jones, 20; Isaac Baker, 25, and Donta Davis, 24, were all arrested on suspicion of attempted murder with an enhancement of participating in a criminal street gang.

17 dead in California mudslides, more than a dozen missing

A women is hoisted out with the help of a San Bernardino County Sheriff's helicopter on Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018, in the Santa Ana River and near the borders of Rialto, Colton, and Riverside, Calif. Three people and a dog were rescued by a helicopter after large amounts of rain fell, trapping the group at a homeless encampment in the river.

Dine 909: Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf construction is finally underway in Rialto

Construction has begun on the future Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf in north Rialto, on Riverside Avenue, just south of the 210 Freeway. Fencing has gone up around the parcel at the southeast corner of Easton Street and Riverside Avenue, just south of the 210 Freeway.

Southern California mudslides claim at least 13 lives

A women is hoisted with the help of a San Bernardino County Sheriff's helicopter from the Santa Ana River and near Rialto, Colton, and Riverside. Three people and a dog were rescued by a helicopter after large amounts of rain fell, trapping the group at a homeless encampment in the river.

Heavy rains cause havoc on Inland Empire roadways, prompt voluntary evacuation for Corona burn areas

After several months of dry weather, heavy rain finally hit the Inland Empire Tuesday, bringing with it lots of crashes to local freeways and roadways and prompting a voluntary evacuation order for portions of Corona affected by the Canyon fire and Canyon fire 2. The wet weather may have been a factor in a big rig that was pulling two trailers coming off the eastbound 10 Freeway near Ninth Street near Rialto around 2 a.m. Tuesday, which led the California Highway Patrol and Caltrans to shut down two lanes of the slick freeway. As of 5:15 a.m., crews were still working the crash, and the lanes were still blocked.

20-year-old Rialto man killed in San Bernardino bar shooting

SAN BERNARDINO >> Police are looking for witnesses to a bar shooting that killed a 20-year-old Rialto man early Saturday, Jan. 6. San Bernardino Police received a report of a shooting at The Office Saloon 123 N. E Street shortly after 12:45 a.m. When officers arrived they found Andy Hernandez unresponsive with a gunshot wound to his chest, a news release from San Bernardino Police Sgt. Emil Kokesh said.

Banning police search for man they say killed woman, critically wounded second man

Banning police are searching for Kris Kenny, 44, who they say fatally shot a woman and critically wounded a man on Dec. 29 in Banning. Banning police are searching for a man known to frequent the San Bernardino and Rialto areas whom they say fatally shot a woman and critically wounded a man in the final days of 2017.

Inland Catholics to pray for detained immigrants at annual Migration Mass

Most Reverend Gerald Barnes, receives Holy water Naya Abou Mousa, 18, and the chalice from Nataly Abou Mousa, 16, both of Rialto, but came from Syria, during the Diocese of San Bernardino Migration Mass at Our Lady of Soledad in Coachella on January 10, 2016. At first, the service was to be celebrated across the street from Adelanto Detention Facility - California's largest immigration detention center.

Snow kidding! Redlands gets a dusting

Redlands residents woke up this morning to find their cars, homes and front lawns covered with a blanket of clean, white snow. "We were just in Switzerland, where there was no snow for the first time in 160 years," said Giovanni Napoletano of Redlands.

Former San Bernardino County supervisor, San Bernardino councilman, dies at age 77

Former San Bernardino County Supervisor and former San Bernardino City Councilman Robert L. Hammock died Dec. 12, at age 77, following a long battle with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, San Bernardino County officials announced Saturday. Hammock was born on Nov. 20, 1940, in Lenwood shortly after his parents migrated to California from Eagle Pass, Texas.

Best photos of 2017 in San Bernardino County

Karson Perkins, 3, of Rialto, gets a design shaved into his hair by barber "Q" on Friday, September 8, 2017 at Luv'd Ones in San Bernardino, Ca. These are the images that helped tell the stories of tragedy caused by fire and violence, of fun and athletic achievement and of everyday life in the Inland Empire.

Fire burning in river bottom in Rialto

Rialto firefighters reported heavy smoke in the river beneath Riverside Avenue, a Twitter message sent about 6:30 p.m. said. UPDATE: Medic Engine 213 on scene reports heavy smoke with active fire in the Santa Ana river bottom under Riverside Ave. @CALFIRERRU responding on undetermined jurisdiction.

Heavy smoke was seen near Riverside Avenue.

Rialto firefighters reported heavy smoke in the river beneath Riverside Avenue, a Twitter message sent about 6:30 p.m. said. UPDATE: Medic Engine 213 on scene reports heavy smoke with active fire in the Santa Ana river bottom under Riverside Ave. @CALFIRERRU responding on undetermined jurisdiction.

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