16 Inland wrestlers advance to the quarterfinals during first day of CIF State championship meet – Press Enterprise

The first day of the CIF State wrestling championship meet is in the books, and 16 Inland wrestlers reached the quarterfinals in their respective brackets. Action resumes Friday with consolation…

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‘Catastrophic’ flooding expected in Orange County, Inland Empire

The forecast for California’s monster storm just got worse for Orange County, the Inland Empire and mountain communities. The biggest concern is Monday, when the storm is expected to have…

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March Air Reserve Base hosting training visible in Inland Empire skies – Press Enterprise

Combat jets have been streaking overhead near March Air Reserve Base this week. “March Air Reserve Base is hosting a readiness exercise,” March ARB officials posted on Facebook Jan. 26,…

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Opinion: Amazon’s Inland Empire takeover is corporate manipulation

Warehouses, trucking and other aspects of the logistics industry have taken over much of the real estate in the Inland Empire in recent years, and now we know the industry…

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We’re seeking your questions about freeways, traffic, roads in the Inland Empire – Press Enterprise

Send us your questions about cars, commuting, traffic and freeways in the Inland Empire. Our weekly On the Road column answers your queries about anything related to driving, streets and…

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See which Inland football teams have secured playoff spots, can clinch berths this week – Press Enterprise

The final week of the 2023 high school football regular season is here. Several Inland teams already have secured playoffs spots, and many other teams can clinch berths this week….

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UAW strikes at GM, Stellantis parts warehouses in Inland Empire

Picketing UAW workers outside an Ontario automotive parts distribution center say jobs that once lifted them into flirting with middle-class status no longer provide them enough for a decent living….

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Amid crumbling cliffs, Orange County considers moving its famously scenic rail line inland

It’s among the nation’s most iconic and heavily utilized passenger rail lines, linking Southern California’s cities via a stunning coastal route. From the grassy headlands of San Luis Obispo to…

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