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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
Water limited during Southern California pipeline repairs

Residents of several Southern California communities are being asked to limit water use this week while a major pipeline is closed for repairs. Starting Monday, the state Department of Water Resources will be fixing a portion of the Rialto Pipeline, which serves cities in parts of Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties.

Riverside Tamale Festival celebrates food, raises cash for Trujillo Adobe

Brianna Vasquez, left, Brandon Vasquez, middle, and Jennifer Rubio, all with Xanath Dance Company out of Rancho Cucamonga, perform together during the Riverside Tamale Festival on Saturday, April 21, 2018, at White Park. "It's not Coachella, but we have a lot to rival them," said Darlene Trujillo Elliot, organizer of the Riverside Tamale Festival .

Chino Hills Ready for Major Water Pipeline Shutdown April 23-28

Water officials at the City of Chino Hills are ready for the shutdown of Metropolitan Water District of Southern California's Rialto Pipeline. State Department of Water Resources will make repairs to a State portion of the pipeline during the outage, scheduled from Monday, April 23 to Friday, April 28. This line typically provides approximately 15 percent of the City's potable water supply.

Rialto: Public Hearing to be held for Mental Health Services

Rialto, CA - The San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health invites members of the community to attend an upcoming public hearing regarding behavioral health services, program goals and related outcomes, as explained in the draft Mental Health Services Act Annual Update for fiscal year 2018/19. The public hearing will be held during the regularly scheduled Behavioral Health Commission Meeting on Thursday, May 3, from noon to 2 p.m. at the County of San Bernardino Health Services Auditorium, 850 E. Foothill Blvd. in Rialto.

New principal to take the helm at San Dimas High

Scott Sparks is leaving Eisenhower High School in Rialto to become the principal of San Dimas High. After 18 years at Rialto's Eisenhower High School, Scott Sparks jokes he's finally graduating from his alma mater.

Honoring Tuskegee Airmen

Buford Johnson thumbed through the assortment of black-and-white photos stuck to the pages of his photo album. They not only reflect an earlier period in the 79-year-old Highland man's life, but a significant period in American history.

Courts now, October 24

A man suspected of shooting a pair of brothers almost two years ago in Rialto, killing one of them, has taken a plea bargain. Anthony Darnell McClain, 23, pleaded guilty on Thursday to voluntary manslaughter and attempted murder under the terms of the plea agreement in Fontana Superior Court, according to court records.

Fire in Colton strip mall damages 3 businesses

Three businesses at a Colton strip mall were damaged Friday afternoon, April 13, when flames ran through a common attic. The fire was reported about 4:50 p.m. at 1040 South Mt.

A Jersey Mike's in Rialto didn't have hot water and a gas station in...

Reason for partial closure: Lack of approved plans "reflecting significant changes made to facility during the recent ownership change." Permit to prepare and serve open food suspended, though other operations may continue.

Calm voices amid chaos: Southern California emergency dispatchers...

CONFIRE Dispatcher, Dominique Mack takes emergency 911 calls at the dispatch center in Rialto, Thursday, April, 12, 2018. About eight years ago, emergency dispatcher Dominique Mack took a call from a woman who found herself stuck on a road in Lytle Creek in the San Gabriel Mountains.

Despite drop in distracted driving-related crashes across state,...

Rialto Police Department officer Michael Martinez gets a drivers license from a women who was caught on her tablet while driving on Thursday, April 12, 2018 in Rialto. The police department held an operation to catch distracted drivers on their phones or committing other traffic violations.

Million SoCal Water Users Are Asked to Conserve for 6 Days

Authorities say water service will be cut for up to one million Inland Empire residents in order to fix a leaking pipeline. The cut is expected to last for six days.

Beginning April 23, Residents in Nine Inland Valley Cities Asked to...

Deliveries from regional water line to be suspended six days while state repairs upstream water works, affecting imported supplies for nearly 1 million residents )--Nearly 1 million consumers from La Verne to Fontana in the Inland Valley are being asked to reduce their water use-including refraining from outdoor watering-for six days beginning Monday, April 23, as a major imported water pipeline is taken out of service for repairs.

Rialto woman struck, killed while crossing Foothill Boulevard

A Rialto woman was killed when struck by a vehicle as she crossed Foothill Boulevard on Tuesday night, San Bernardino County coroner's officials said.

Ontario man struck and killed by train in Upland is identified

A man who was struck and killed by a train in Upland has been identified as Aldwin Moraga Lejarde, 39, of Ontario, San Bernardino County coroner's officials said. Rialto fire and Upland police officials were called to the area near the Metrolink station on Mountain Avenue in Upland around 3:45 p.m. Tuesday, according to authorities.

Rialto man suspected of fatally punching Riverside man

A Rialto man accused of fatally punching a 64-year-old Riverside man was charged with murder Tuesday, April 10, according to police and court records. Dong Kahng died days after police said he was attacked by Gregorio Perez, 24, at the Rialto Discount Mall Friday, April 6, according to police officials.

Two killed in crash on Highway 395 Sunday night

Ruben Luna, 24, of Adelanto, and Robert Lee, 62, of Rialto, were killed in the collision that occurred near Desert Flower Road in Adelanto at approximately 7:45 p.m., according to the San Bernardino Sheriff-Coroner Department.

Rialto students learn to make slime at Keck Graduate Institutea s PharmCAMP

Rialto high school and middle school students experienced firsthand what it's like to be a scientist at Keck Graduate Institute's second annual Come and Meet Pharmacy Days event held in Claremont on two Saturdays in March. "Pharmacy continues to be a little-known career field, especially among K-12 students," said Dr. Christine Cadiz, assistant professor of clinical sciences at KGI and co-creator of PharmCAMP, in a press release.

Some farming pests of the past got just a hare too close

I've never really paid much attention to rabbits in the past but that changed when my daughter phoned while I was out of town to tell me that I have them in my yard. She had discovered a momma rabbit and youngster who later enjoyed some of my lettuce generously served by my granddaughter.

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Question: What Latin American staple dish looks like the bastard child between a tortilla, a sope and an empanada ? Give up? Well if you didn't know that the correct response was a pupusa , then you, my friend, have not realized that purveyors of this Salvadorean comfort food have slowly but surely been popping up across the IE's culinary topography. True, pupuserias are not as dime-a-dozen as your mom-and-pop authentic Mexican eateries, but these centers of Central American grub have been making their home in Riverside, Rubidoux, Moreno Valley, Rialto and other 951/909 area codes over the past few years.

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