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Colton is located in southeastern California in San Bernardino County. The city is named in honor of the Civil War General David Colton, who was also the Vice President of the Southern Pacific Railroad Company. Notable residents of the city of Colton have included rapper 40 Glocc, frontier lawmen Wyatt and Virgil Earp, musician Jim Messina (Buffalo Springfield, Loggins & Messina), famous tattoo artist Kat Von D (LA Ink) and baseball player Kit Carson.

Population: 47662
Local Newspapers: Big Bear Grizzly Chino-Chino Hills champion Fontana Herald News
Local Sports Teams: San Bernadino Stampede
Local Colleges: Keller Graduate School of Management Inland Empire-Colton Center

Zip Codes associated with colton, california: 92324
Towns/Cities near colton, california : San Bernardino Fontana Rialto Redlands Loma Linda Highland

Colton News
By March, Supervisors vow study on High Desert county hospital with trauma center

San Bernardino County officials will analyze within the next six months the feasibility of constructing a county hospital with a trauma center in the High Desert. It was only one of six recommendations made by the civil Grand Jury in late June in response to a shortage of emergency room beds and hospital overcrowding in this region, but it was the most striking due to the enormity of such an undertaking, likely to cost hundreds of millions of dollars.

California roasts with even higher heat on the way

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, left, comes to the aid of an unidentified man who collapsed in downtown Los Angeles Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017. The temperature in downtown Los Angeles shot past 90 degrees early in the day and a spectator collapsed just as Mayor Eric Garcetti was about to start a late-morning ceremony to mark the reopening of the city's historic Angels Flight funicular railroad.

When the electricity went out, Riverside school turned to a higher power

Highgrove Elementary office staff work out of the coffee house area of Sandals Church in Riverside on Aug. 31, 2017, after the school lost electricity during a regional power outage and was forced to relocate operations for the day. When Delia Murillo greeted callers with "Highgrove Elementary School," she was sitting at a table in the coffee bar of Sandals Church.

Thousands lose power in Southern California after lightning strikes and overloaded equipment

Rain falls behind power lines near Adelanto at the end of a scorching hot day Wednesday. A weather pattern that's brought stifling heat and humidity along with scattered thunderstorms continued to cause problems in Southern California overnight as heavy power demands and lightning strikes cut electricity to thousands.

A soaring debut: Hesperia welcomes The Villas senior community

It was standing room only as the Eagle Real Estate Group unveiled it's newest housing development with a ribbon cutting and celebration of The Villas 55+ senior community. City of Hesperia officials also welcomed the crowd that gathered for the event at the Spanish Mission-style apartments located on Avenal Street, just east of Mariposa Road, Wednesday.

CHP searches for answers in death of motorist walking along San Bernardino freeway

Investigators were still trying to determine Wednesday why a man was walking along the freeway when he was struck and killed by a passing vehicle late Tuesday. "We don't know why he was walking on the freeway or if he was in lanes when he was hit," California Highway Patrol Officer Brian Alvarez said.

Drivers recovering after Colton road rage chase-turned-shooting-turned-stabbing

Two drivers involved in a violent road rage incident that ended with one man shot, the other one stabbed and both of their cars crashed are out of surgery and recovering, Colton police said Wednesday. Detectives are still working the case to determine what set off the chain of events that lead to the crash, said Colton police Sgt.

Road rage shooting, fist fight, stabbing prompts SigAlert on 10 Freeway in Colton

A suspected road rage shooting reported on a 10 Freeway off-ramp in Colton prompted a SigAlert Tuesday while police investigate. The shooting was reported around 4:15 p.m. at the eastbound Mt.

Dangerous mosquito variety discovered in Chino Hills

The Aedes aegypti, which can carry West Nile virus, Dengue, and Zika virus, were detected in Chino Hills on Monday, August 21, the West Valley Mosquito and Vector Control said in a news release. An Aedes aegypti was found in a trap near Slate Drive and Agate Road, the WVMVC reported.

Colton gang member found guilty of 2010 murder

A Colton man on trial for the 2010 slaying of Jose Luis Moya learned his fate Friday in a San Bernardino courtroom. On April 6, 2010, Moya was found dead from a gunshot wound to the head after a confrontation at a home in the 200 block of West Orange Avenue in Colton.

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