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Pomona is located in southern California in Los Angeles County. It is the fifth largest city in Los Angeles County. Pomona is named after the ancient Roman goddess of fruit, Pomona. The city hosts the NHRA Pomona Raceway Powerade Winter Mationals Drag Racing Competition and is home of the Automobile Club of Southern California NHRA Finals. Notable residents of Pomona have included actress Jessica Alba (Dark Angel TV series, Good Luck Chuck) and singer songwriter, composer and actor Tom Waits.

Population: 149473
Local Newspapers: Claremont Courier Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
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Local Colleges: California State Polytechnic University-Pomona Western University of Health Sciences

Zip Codes associated with pomona, california: 91766 91767 91768
Towns/Cities near pomona, california : Diamond Bar Paramount Phillips Ranch Claremont La Verne San Dimas Charter Oak Montclair

Pomona News
Top StoryUN panel agrees to move ahead with debate on 'killer robots'

A robot awaits competition in the robotics challenge through the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, known as DARPA, in Pomona, Calif., June 5-6, 2015. The event requires robots to attempt a circuit of physical tasks, with degraded communications between robots and operators.

Man convicted of beating 82-year-old grandfather in Pomona

Sammeon Christian Waller, 25, pleaded "no contest" Thursday to charges of breaking into his 82-year-old grandfather's home in Pomona and severely beating the elderly victim in June. A 25-year-old man who broke into his 82-year-old grandfather's Pomona home and severely beat the elderly victim in June pleaded "no contest" Thursday to charges of elder abuse and burglary, authorities said.

Budget squeeze: Layoffs coming to Fairplex

Richard Venegas, 30, of El Monte, with daughter, Lilly, 9, ride the chair lift during the opening day of the LA County Fair at the Fairplex in Pomona on Friday, Sept. 1, 2017.

LA County Fair Association budget calls for layoffs at Fairplex,...

Richard Venegas, 30, of El Monte, with daughter, Lilly, 9, ride the chair lift during the opening day of the LA County Fair at the Fairplex in Pomona on Friday, Sept. 1, 2017.

Pomona makes it official: No commercial cannabis welcome here

Pomona City Council members have given final approval to an ordinance banning commercial marijuana operations in the city. The council also establishes a permit system for cultivating marijuana for personnal use.

Warped Tour Calls it Quits

The cross-country touring music festival that's catered largely to punk, hardcore, emo, ska and metalcore genres since 1995 is calling it quits after next year's run. "I have been a very lucky person to have traveled across the country and sometimes around the world as one of the founders and producers of the Vans Warped Tour.

Psst! Herea s the lowdown on PST: LA/LA shows in the Inland Empire

This still from Adela Goldbard's short film "Microbus" at the Pomona College Museum of Art serves as a preview of Saturday's event, in which a similar microbus will be exploded. This weekend will be the Inland Empire's turn in the arts spotlight, as Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA shows in local museums and arts centers will offer free admission and special events .

How a newspaper protected early Pomona from foes, real or imagined

In June 1884, the Pomona Times-Courier pounded itself on its chest, declaring Pomona was the sparkling gem of the region. It made it sound like the closest thing to the Garden of Eden since that mix-up with a snake.

Man pleads not guilty to street racing deaths in Pomona

Los Angeles County prosecutors say the driver of a car involved in a Pomona street race that left three people dead has pleaded not guilty to several felony charges. The district attorney's office says 28-year-old Roque Torres of Montclair entered not guilty pleas Tuesday in Superior Court to three counts of second-degree murder, three counts of vehicular manslaughter and one count of leaving the scene of an accident in the December 2002 crash.

Robert Hight secures NHRA Funny Car title early at Pomona finale

A tearful Robert Hight clinched his second NHRA Funny Car championship and first since 2009 in Sunday's first round of the series finale at Pomona, Calif. Hight, having already advanced to the second round, watched as nemesis Ron Capps lost in stunning fashion to lower-qualified Del Worsham minutes later.

Downtown Pomona becomes a giant canvas for annual Chalk Art Festival

Dozens of students from the Pomona area take part in the 11th Annual Chalk Art Festival at the Pomona Police Officer Shaun Diamond Plaza in Pomona, CA., Saturday, November 11, 2017. This years Chalk Art theme for the festival is "Wonder" by author R.J. Palacio.

Dona t go nuclear when you read about Pomona plot in a Scorpiona

You can learn a lot about the Inland Valley by watching the CBS adventure series "Scorpion," which follows a team of nerds working from Los Angeles and connected to Homeland Security that saves the world from high-tech threats. A couple of years ago, a plotline involved the "Pomona Airport."

NHRA Finals: It all comes down to this

NHRA Funny Car points leader Robert Hight agreed with his chief rival Ron Capps that the wait between the Las Vegas race two weeks ago and this weekend's title-deciding Finals at Pomona, Calif.' s Auto Club Raceway seems like an eternity.

New art piece decorates Pomona Valley Hospitala s parking structure

A new mural called "Gift of the Valley" created by artist Tony Sheets is hung on the parking structure of Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center along Orange Grove Avenue in Pomona, CA., Friday, November 10, 2017. The mural depicts orange groves that once existed in Pomona and now is represented on the parking structure of Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center along Orange Grove Avenue.

Former Upland police captain sues ex-chief, city

Former Upland police Capt. Anthony Yoakum, who was dismissed by the city, has sued former Upland Police Chief Brian Johnson and the city, alleging Johnson gave confidential personnel information about Yoakum and made false statements about his performance to other law enforcement agencies.

How these 4 Inland Valley cities will use grant funds to combat homelessness

Volunteer Viola Van, 27, of Walnut, looks to count homeless people in a field next to Kiwanis Park, during The Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count in Pomona, Ca., Tuesday, January 24, 2017. Four Inland Valley cities - Pomona, Claremont, La Verne and San Dimas - will soon be using grant funds to address homelessness in eastern Los Angeles County.

Grand Avenue Interchange at SR57 and SR60 - Ramp and Freeway Closures

Motorists are encouraged to learn more about ongoing construction of the 57/60 Interchange Improvement project. Multiple roadway and ramp closures are planned along Grand Avenue from November 14, 2017 through February 2018.

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