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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
Local Sports Teams:
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
Gang sweep leads to gunfire in Azusa; no injuries, officials say

Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies arrest a subject after simultaneously serving search warrants on suspected members of the Azusa 13 gang at eight locations on Thursday morning. A Pomona police SWAT team exchanged gunfire with occupants of a house Thursday morning while serving a search warrant on a suspected gang member during a multiagency sweep in Azusa on Thursday morning, authorities said.

Armed teen arrested following chase with Pomona officers

While out doing extra patrols in a Pomona neighborhood, police officers chased and arrested an armed teen early Wednesday morning. Pomona officers were in the 2000 block of Palmgrove Avenue just after midnight Wednesday, May 23 when they saw a group of teens huddled around a vehicle, according to a Police Department news release.

Rep. Norma Torres faces two opponents in the 35th Congressional District primary

Candidates for the 35th Congressional district, from the left; Joe Baca, Democratic candidate, Rep. Norma Torres, D-Pomona, incumbent, Christian Leonel Valiente, Republican candidate. The Inland Empire's political past and present will clash in the June 5 primary for the 35th Congressional District.

Pomona fifth graders, other LA County students, dance their way to LA Live

In spring, about 3,500 fifth-grade students from 35 schools throughout Los Angeles County began the competition for the title of Conga Kids Spring Dance Champion, according to a news release. On Wednesday, it comes down to the final hours of the competition.

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90 percent of Pomona College students say climate chills free speech: Survey

The vast majority of students at Pomona College say the campus climate prevents people from sharing controversial ideas for fear of offending others. A survey conducted by Gallup and the Knight Foundation found that many students at the liberal arts college in Claremont, California, do not feel comfortable expressing their political views with their professors or peers.

With finances going to pot, could Pomona turn to marijuana? Ideas, taxes mulled

Facing what an adviser called a "fiscal cliff," Pomona city leaders are figuratively rolling up their sleeves the next couple of weeks as they sort out ways to generate new revenue streams. Earlier this month, the council heard from a consultant who predicted the city's income is $8 million to $10 million short of its expenditures for the next decade .

Driver shot, crashes into parked cars in Pomona

A man who crashed his car into two other parked vehicles in a Pomona neighborhood on Sunday was found with a gun shot wound to his upper torso, police said. The man was driving southbound on Cordova Street just before 2 p.m. when he was shot once, according to a Pomona Police Department statement.

Pomona man arrested after Claremont officer stops a Grim Reapera attack

A man who police said called himself the "Grim Reaper" as he tried to strangle a homeless woman at a Claremont bus stop was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder early Sunday, after the attack was stopped by a officer on patrol. The Claremont officer was northbound at Indian Hill Boulevard and Oak Park Drive at 4:51 a.m. when he saw the attack taking place, the department said.

How cash-strapped Pomona bit the bullet and came up with a solution for its homeless residents

The idea of putting a homeless services center isn't the type of project council members fight to have in their district. So when a year-round homeless center was proposed for the southeast corner of Pomona, it wasn't surprising residents didn't take to it initially, District 3 Councilwoman Cristina Carrizosa said.

Mayfair Hotel rising from the ashes

THE MAYFAIR Hotel was in its adolescence when the Fox Theater was erected on the opposite corner of Garey Avenue and Third Street in downtown Pomona. Its vertical "Hotel" sign and its fire escapes let you know the five-story brick building has history.

This special Cal Poly Pomona class helps welcome newborn colts and fillies

Student Isabel Maskiewicz, 22, spends time with CP Card Shark, after grooming the 3-year-old Arabian horse during the Foal Watch course at Kellogg Arabian Horse Center at Cal Poly Pomona in Pomona, Calif. on Wednesday, May 17, 2018.

Police arrest 3 men sought in Pomona carjacking

Three suspected gang members wanted in connection with a carjacking in Pomona have been arrested, the Police Department said Saturday, May 19. The incident happened Wednesday at 10 p.m. in the 400 block of East Phillips Boulevard when a man told officers he had been hit from behind and his wallet and car were taken, said Pomona police Cpl. Christian Pagtakhan.

Pomona parents asks district to change how it handles funding for high-need students

Weeks after the American Civil Liberties Union took Pomona Unified to task for holding back funds intended to serve the school district's most vulnerable students, parents addressed the school board with the same concerns Wednesday. Since 2013, schools with higher populations of low-income students, foster children and English learners have received extra money to address their specific needs.

50 years after his death, family of fallen Pomona High athlete revisits school

Rick Asper attends an awards ceremony at Pomona High featuring the Tom Eckl award which recognizes an outstanding basketball athlete. This year marks the 50th year since the Pomona High graduate was killed in Vietnam.

At 78, this Upland government watchdog is earning his high school diploma

Hal Tanner, 78, of Upland, will finally receive his high school diploma on May 21 at Ontario High School. Tanner, who dropped out of high school in 1958 to join the Navy where he earned his GED, has also earned an associate's degree and a bachelor's degree from Cal Poly Pomona in social science.

Little' treasure in Pomona found: a set of books signed by Laura Ingalls Wilder

A set of "Little House on the Prairie" titles at the Pomona Public Library is signed by the author. Laura Ingalls Wilder , the "Little House on the Prairie" author who died in 1957, corresponded with Pomona Public Library children's librarian Clara Webber , with the result that the children's room was named in 1950 for Wilder.

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