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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 â€“ the city was also the locale for the filming of the movie, "Transformers." Local athletes that have been inducted into the City of Rialtoâ€™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.
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Where to watch San Bernardinoa s annual Ho Ho Parade for the next 3 nights
San Bernardino's fifth-annual Community Ho Ho Parade begins cruising through city streets Tuesday for three fun-filled nights. Aiden Martinez, 4, top right, and little sister Genevieve Rojas, 2, receive candy from Mr. and Mrs. Claus during the second night of the annual Ho Ho Parade on Wednesday, December 14, 2016 in San Bernardino, Ca.Where to watch San Bernardino's annual Ho Ho Parade for the next 3 nights
San Bernardino's fifth-annual Community Ho Ho Parade begins cruising through city streets Tuesday for three fun-filled nights. Aiden Martinez, 4, top right, and little sister Genevieve Rojas, 2, receive candy from Mr. and Mrs. Claus during the second night of the annual Ho Ho Parade on Wednesday, December 14, 2016 in San Bernardino, Ca.Rialto man accused of killing victim with a rock in 2016 is convicted
A jury convicted a 24-year-old Rialto resident of murder this week in connection with the February 2016 death of a Rialto man whose decomposing body was discovered behind a vacant Rialto house . Frank Jabari Pereyra killed the victim by bashing him in the head two or three times with a rock, the San Bernardino County District Attorney's Office wrote in a tweet.Redlands Art Association features work of potter Ken Carmean
"I like to do things, to be a maker," said Carmean, who grew up in Rialto. As a high school senior, he took a ceramics class.Firefighters quickly extinguish fire at Casey Elementary school in Rialto
Rialto and San Bernardino County firefighters quickly extinguished a fire that erupted in a Rialto elementary school's portable classroom Thursday morning. The fire was reported by Rialto school district staff just before 7 a.m., according to the Rialto Fire Department and the California Highway Patrol.Wastewater pact ends lawsuits, promises $8 million saved annually
Lawsuits have evaporated and San Bernardino Valley water providers say they are approaching future wastewater treatment plans in a cooperative, not competitive, spirit. Put to rest are two lawsuits the city of San Bernardino filed in an effort to block a large wastewater treatment plant proposed by Highland-based East Valley Water District.Brush fire shuts down 210 freeway off-ramp in Rialto
Firefighters are working to extinguish a brush fire which ignited early Tuesday morning along the eastbound lanes of the 210 Freeway and forced the closure of the Alder Avenue offramp in Rialto, California Highway Patrol officials said. Arriving firefighters immediately asked for the closure of the offramp which prompted authorities to issue a SigAlert, according to CHP officials.RIALTO: Quinn remembered and loved
Quinn McCaleb's aunt Jacqueline Mayes kisses his casket while saying goodbye during the interment at Montecito Memorial Park in Colton. Tillman Riverside Mortuary Directors take the casket carrying Quinn McCaleb to his final resting place at Montecito Memorial Park in Colton as Quinn's friends line the street.Rialto clubhouse run by members with mental illness
The Pacific Clinics-Rialto Fulfillment Unity Network Clubhouse is a drop-in hangout open to adults who have been diagnosed with a clinical mental illness and live in San Bernardino County. It is free to join, and participants do not have disclose any personal issues.Wooden paddle was enough to keep order in classroom
Today's students, teachers, and administrators would be amazed if they were transported back to Inland Empire schools in the good old days. Even as late as the 1950s, discipline often was applied violently with a wooden paddle to the wrongdoer's posterior.Rialto landscaper, a U.S. citizen, to get $20,000 after ICE agents arrested, detained him
This 2017 photo show ICE agents making an arrest. A Rialto man will get $20,000 in a settlement after he alleged he was detained despite being an American citizen.Rialto Fire Department to get pink slips
The Fire Department anticipates between six and 15 pink slips will be handed out some time within the next week. City Administrator Henry Garcia on Wednesday informed the department of the move, initiated in the face of a $4.8 million budget shortfall.Santa Claus Inc. makes Christmas a little merrier for Inland Empire families in need
Helping to organize festivities at the annual Santa Claus Inc. Christmas Tree Lane event are, left to right: Shelley Burnach, Santa Claus Inc. Executive Director Karen DiCarlo and Mindy Erickson. Lights are twinkling, bells are ringing and over at Santa Claus Inc, those wonderful volunteers are doing some ho-ho-ho-ing of their own.Rialto stolen vehicle pursuit ends in Fontana crash
Rialto and Fontana police detained two people after a pursuit of a stolen vehicle that began in Rialto ended in a crash in Fontana Friday morning, officials said. Rialto police began following the vehicle around 9:45 a.m., Rialto police Lt.Cities vs. governor
Gov. Jerry Brown has a lot of ideas on how to close the $25.4 billion budget gap. But it's the idea that would get him $1.7 billion closer that has local officials in an uproar.Inland Empirea s first emergency animal clinic finds new home after 43 years
Dr. Terry McDuffee, co-owner of the Animal Emergency Clinic in Grand Terrace at the new location of his pet hospital. It opening it's doors in 1974, making it the first emergency animal clinic in the Inland Empire.18-year-old killed by co-worker's jealous boyfriend, police say
John Nieto, 20, is accused of chasing his girlfriend's co-worker in a truck and plowing into him at a 7-Eleven in Fontana, authorities said Thursday. John Nieto, 20, is accused of chasing his girlfriend's co-worker in a truck and plowing into him at a 7-Eleven in Fontana, authorities said Thursday.Fontana man out on bail is arrested in Rialto drive-by shooting
A 20-year-old Fontana man has been charged with attempted murder in a drive-by shooting in Rialto on Nov. 8. Police say Caleb Alexander Thomas shot at three people who were hanging out in a park area, but didn't injure anyone. Thomas - who was out on bail at the time in an assault and burglary case, court records show - was arrested at his home late Wednesday, Nov. 15. The motive is still under investigation, Rialto police Sgt.Person shot in mouth in Rialto; shooter at large
Rialto police are investigating a shooting Sunday afternoon, Nov. 19, where a victim suffered a non-life-threatening injury to his mouth, according to Rialto Sgt. Cameron Nelson.No one was injured in the shooting on a Rialto street; motive still under investigation, police say
A 20-year-old Fontana man has been charged with attempted murder in a drive-by shooting in Rialto on Nov. 8. Police say Caleb Alexander Thomas shot at three people who were hanging out in a park area, but didn't injure anyone. Thomas - who was out on bail at the time in an assault and burglary case, court records show - was arrested at his home late Wednesday, Nov. 15. The motive is still under investigation, Rialto police Sgt.
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