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Fontana, California was originally a rural town known for its chicken ranches, hot farms, and citrus and walnut orchards. However, over the last hundred years, it has progressed to a major commuter suburb of Los Angeles and a regional hub of the trucking industry. Recently, the city has built several new landmarks, making it a popular destination. These new landmarks include the largest library in the San Bernardino County system, a renovated historic theater, a municipal park, and the Auto Club Speedway.

Population: 128929
Local Newspapers: Fontana Herald News
Local Sports Teams: San Bernardino Stampede LA Avengers (AFL) LA Clippers (NBA) LA Dodgers (MLB) LA Galaxy (MLS) LA Lakers (NBA) LA Kings (NHL) LA Sparks (WNBA)
Local Colleges: Chaffey College

Zip Codes associated with fontana, california: 92335 92336 92337
Towns/Cities near fontana, california : Bloomington Empire Center Rialto Rancho Fontana

Fontana News
Gang members found guilty in 2014 murder of man waiting for bus in Rialto

Two gang members each face 50 years to life in prison after a jury found them guilty of killing of a man at a Rialto bus stop in 2014 stemming from a feud dating back to when the attackers were in middle school. Anthony Albert, 21, of Fontana and 22-year-old Noah Davis of Ontario are scheduled to to be sentenced April 27 for the slaying of David Richardson, Jr. following the jury's Friday, March 9, verdict, according to a San Bernardino County District Attorney's Office news release and court records.

Stern Family Agrees to Foster Abused Kitten

Beth Stern , TV personality and wife to TV and radio personality Howard Stern, has agreed to foster a 3-month-old kitten that was abused by a San Bernardino County man in Feb. 2018. A kitten who was placed in a freezer, squeezed and thrown off a balcony last month is getting what every kitten needs: a family.

Animation, movies among NASCAR projects

As Daytona Beach-headquartered NASCAR heads into its annual trip to Southern California this weekend, the spotlight shines on its Los Angeles-based entertainment marketing division, which has lined up at least a half-dozen new, unannounced projects.

Deadly neighborhood dispute may have led to officer-involved shooting in Fontana

A possible dispute between neighbors has left two Fontana men dead, one fatally shot on the driveway of his home, as well as his next-door neighbor, who allegedly opened fire on the responding officers and died after an exchange of gunfire with them, police said. Part of the investigation into the March 10 officer-involved shooting in the 7400 block of Cypress Avenue is whether the second neighbor died from police gunfire or a self-inflicted wound, Fontana police said in a Monday release.

Missing hiker from Anaheim found dead on Mt. Baldy

A hiker on Mt. Baldy who was reported missing over the weekend was found dead Monday morning by a San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department helicopter crew.

This Fontana high schoola s theater program received $10,000 from NBC

Kaiser High School dance and theater members Amanda Zierden and Hailey Azucena practice Monday March 12, 2018 at Kaiser High School in Fontana, Calif. Kaiser High School Dance Director Wendi Johnson leads students through an act during a dance and theater practice Monday March 12, 2018 at Kaiser High School in Fontana, Calif.

Trout derby winner keeps with 'tradition'

The drizzly overcast morning didn't stop 240 competitors from coming out to San Bernardino County Regional Park's annual Trout Derby, Saturday morning at Mojave Narrows. Vicario has participated in Mojave Narrows Trout Derby for at least 10 years and says he's won something every year, placing 5th and 12th place last year.

1 dead after officer-involved shooting in Fontana

Police responding to a report of a gunshot victim on Saturday afternoon got into an officer-involved shooting in a Fontana neighborhood that left one person dead. Fontana police officers responding to reports of a possible shooting shortly before 1:30 p.m. in the 7400 block of Cypress Avenue found one person suffering from a gunshot wound, said officer Richard Guerrero.

Afghan Social Club in Rancho Cucamonga celebrates 7 years

Nasima Kazimi, of Rancho Cucamonga, right, shows off her display of traditional items she set up to celebrate the new year to Monir Vafaei, of Rancho Cucamonga, as they and other members of the Afghan Club celebrate the new year and the seventh anniversary of their club on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 in Rancho Cucamonga. Mustafa Ariamal, of Colton, left, and Omar Firoz, of Fontana, both members of the Afghan Club, greet each other as they attend a celebration of the new year and the seventh anniversary of their club on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 in Rancho Cucamonga.

Former Orange County part-time teacher from Lake Elsinore sentenced in Fontana child porn case

A former part-time teacher at Tesoro High in Rancho Santa Margarita was sentenced Friday under the terms of a plea bargain reached in a child pornography case. Keh-Tai Culbreath was sentenced to six months in county jail and three years probation by Judge R. Glenn Yabuno at Rancho Cucamonga Superior Court.

Once the hippest place on campus, UC Riversidea s ancient a Barna is being restored

David Henry, UCR director of dining, hospitality and retail services, left and Pat Sorokowski, Manager of The Barn on the indoor stage at The Barn which will be removed for more seating and a portable stage at the UCR campus restaurant Wednesday in Riverside, CA. March 7, 2018.

California steel makers say they'll be hurt by Trump's tariffs

President Trump set to announce tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, But some U.S. producers say the 25 percent tariff will hurt them as well; William La Jeunesse reports from Fontana, California. As President Trump moves to save steel workers on the East Coast, critics say his new 25 percent tariff could kill steel jobs in the West.

4 arrested in fatal January shooting of Fontana man

Four men were arrested in connection to the fatal shooting of a Fontana man in January, Fontana police said. A little more than a month after a 29-year-old Fontana father was found fatally shot in his vehicle , Fontana police arrested four men in connection to his death, authorities said on Thursday.

The victims -- a man and woman -- were taken to a local hospital in critical condition, police said.

Few details have been released so far concerning a Fontana stabbing near Base Line and Beech Avenue that occurred early Wednesday morning, wounding two people, police and county fire officials said. Police and paramedics were called to the 15300 block of Palm Leaf Lane just after 4:30 a.m. for reports of a stabbing, according to Fontana police Sgt.

Redlands fire chief retires; City Council honors his years of service

Chief Jeff Frazier, of the Redlands Fire Department, speaks about how CommCenter received its accreditation as an Accredited Center of Excellence at a press conference Tuesday September 10, 2013 at the San Bernardino County Fire Station 71 in Fontana. The CommCenter received its accreditation as an Accredited Center of Excellence and has maintained this status ever since; making them one of only two accredited dispatch centers in Southern California and one of 129 accredited worldwide.

Life in prison for man convicted in 2013 beating and stabbing slaying of Fontana father

A Fontana man convicted in the 2013 beating and stabbing death of a man a who forbade him to continue dating his daughter was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison Monday, March 5, after a judge heard the victim's daughter tell him, "He robbed us of our future." Edward Morales, 23, was 18 when he was arrested for the slaying of Alejandro Padilla, 40, also of Fontana.

`Ita s a rebirtha : San Bernardino County sergeant back at work after Vegas shooting recovery

San Bernardino County sheriff's Sgt. Brad Powers, center, poses with Sgt. Matt Collins, left, and Sgt.

Here are the 24 finalists for this yeara s 47th Assembly District Woman of the Year Award

Twenty-four finalists for the 2018 47th Assembly District Woman of the Year Award were honored at a luncheon Monday, March 5, in Fontana. The winner will be announced March 12. Assemblywoman Eloise Gmez Reyes, D-San Bernardino, honored the group Monday, March 5, at a luncheon at Don Day Neighborhood Center in Fontana; every city in Reyes' district has at least two finalists.

25 years since murder rocked Redlands

She might be a wife and a mother, she might be an insurance agent, she might be a world-traveler. She might still be living in Redlands, the place she began to call home in 1986.

3 teens arrested in knock-knock burglary ring at homes from Fontana to San Gabriel Valley

Los Angeles County Sheriff's investigators and Fontana police arrested three men, ages 18 and 19, for their connection to home burglaries committed in neighborhoods along the 210 Freeway in San Bernardino County and the San Gabriel Valley. Working with Fontana police officials, Los Angeles County Sheriff's investigators arrested three Los Angeles men ages 18 and 19 they say are connected to a "knock-knock" residential burglary ring targeting homes along the 210 Freeway from San Bernardino County to the San Gabriel Valley, officials said.

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