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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
Helplessly sidelined

Norma Cano watched helplessly as the Green Valley Lake cabin that had been in her family for the past 43 years burned down during a television news report. The El Segundo resident is executive director of the Downtown Rialto Business Improvement District Association.

There's been a boom in new Inland Empire eateries. Here's a look at a few of them, and more to come.

There's been a bit of a boom in new restaurant openings in the Inland Empire. Here's a peek at some of the new eateries we've found.

Fontana motorcyclist killed in Rialto crash involving tractor-trailer

A 52-year-old Fontana motorcyclist was killed in a crash involving a tractor-trailer Tuesday afternoon in Rialto, according to the San Bernardino County Coroner's office. Just after 3:30 p.m., Jeffrey Lee Morgan was riding his Suzuki motorcycle west along Valley Boulevard approaching Lilac Avenue, a coroner's release said.

Colton special-ed teacher charged with molesting 2 young relatives over 6 years in Rialto

A Rialto man and special-education teacher with the Colton Joint Unified School District has been accused of sexually abusing two young relatives starting in 2004 and charged with nine felonies, according to Rialto police and court records. Benjamin Franklin Kundert III's wife, Janet Lynn Kundert, is also charged with two counts of felony child abuse.

Why Amazon needs 3,000 workers ASAP in the Inland Empire

People wait to apply for a job during Amazon's two-day hiring event Tuesday, Nov. 14 at the Moreno Valley Conference Center in Moreno Valley. The part-time, seasonal jobs are most needed in San Bernardino and Moreno Valley, according to representatives of the online retail giant.

Erratic driving suspect leads Fontana police on chase before crashing

Fontana police officers pursued a vehicle that was described as being driven erratically for about three miles Sunday before the vehicle caused a multi-car collision, according to a police news release. Suspect Jorge Ramirez, 24, of Rialto suffered moderate injuries and was taken to an area hospital, then arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol and evading officers, according to the news release.

34-year-old felon arrested on suspicion of possessing firearms in Highland

A 34-year-old man on probation for assault is in jail Sunday, Nov. 12, after sheriff's deputies found him with several guns and military memorabilia owned by a deceased World War II veteran, the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department said. David Jeffery Harvard was arrested Sunday morning on suspicion of a felon possessing a firearm and ammunition and evading a peace officer.

Inland industrial space has a leasing hiccup, but building continues

Driven by record shipments from coastal ports, Inland distribution and fulfillment centers had a third-quarter vacancy rate under 5 percent, and while leasing rates dropped steeply compared with a year ago, that direction is expected to change as under-construction projects become available. The expansion of e-commerce has put nearly 540 million square feet of big-box buildings in Riverside and San Bernardino counties, with construction underway for even more.

California Court Denies Conditional Certification of "Regular Rate" Overtime Case

With waves of cases already having addressed common targets for wage and hour litigation assistant managers, healthcare workers, loan officers, donning and doffing claims, and the like cases alleging more arcane claimed violations are becoming more common. In many of these cases, plaintiffs' counsel have sighted popular employee perks, like free meals or other benefits, as potential new avenues to assert class or collective claims.

3 ex-Yucaipa students arrested after being accused of paintball attack

Three former Yucaipa High School students, in jail after being accused of firing paintball guns at pedestrians, may have been planning another attack on Halloween, the San Bernardino County Sheriff's said. Andrew James Miner, 18, Austin Tyler Agee, 19, and Tristin James McDaniel Roper, 18, were arrested Tuesday on suspicion of discharging a BB device with gross negligence and conspiracy to commit a crime.

El Cerrito Journal briefs: Two-day book sale at Albany Library

Friends of the Albany Library will hold its big two-day sale from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 4 and 5 at the library 1247 Marin Ave.. Books of all types for adults and children will be available both days.

Couple charged in beating, burning death of Rialto man

Lafe Humble came to Southern California several months ago in search of a new life, but authorities say a chance encounter at a Rialto restaurant ended with his death in a field on San Bernardino's Westside. San Bernardino police investigators say Humble, 46, of Rialto, trusted an employee at the restaurant to drive him home when he became too intoxicated on June 17. The woman, Lori Anne Whipple, 33, of Fontana, and her friend Gerald Nance, 39, of Rialto, didn't have charity on their minds, according to authorities "He was taken advantage of in his diminished capacity due to the alcohol," said San Bernardino police Sgt.

950 Seasonal Workers Needed in Rialto

Just in time for the holidays, Radial is looking to bring on an additional 950 seasonal workers to the Rialto facility to support the busiest time of year in the retail industry. The Rialto facility will be up and running quickly with established clientele and full-time employees coming from the closure of Radial's Redlands, California site.

Rancho Cucamonga man riding a motorcycle killed in Rialto crash.

A Rancho Cucamonga motorcyclist was killed Monday afternoon when he was struck by a vehicle in Rialto, according to the San Bernardino County Coroner's office. Just before 3:30 p.m., Donovan Oliver, 23, was riding his motorcycle west on Rialto Avenue near Spruce Avenue when he was struck by a vehicle, according to a post on the coroner's site.

Big test of police body cameras defies expectations

A law enforcement officer wears a body camera made by Axon. Confounding expectations, the largest study yet conducted found that police officers wearing body cameras used force and faced civilian complaints at about the same rates as officers without cameras.

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