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Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 392 Monday that will modernize the standards for the use of deadly force by police officers in California, but Chino Police Chief Wes Simmons and Chino Hills Sheriff’s Captain John Walker said the new rules are already in use within their departments.

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It’s mating season for tarantulas and the hairy eight-legged creatures have been on the prowl in Chino Hills looking for females.

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The detection of an invasive beetle called the goldspotted oak borer in the mountain community of Sugarloaf near Big Bear is causing concern for communities such as Chino Hills which has thousands of oak trees, said city and state officials.

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One of Chicago’s biggest bankers and prominent citizens born in 1867 had a 170-acre ranch in Chino Hills on the property known today as the Wang property south of Woodview Road, at the end of Peyton Drive.

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The Bridge, the first church to be built in the Preserve community of south Chino, is expected to open its doors in December on Pine Avenue, between Rincon Meadows and Mill Creek Avenue.

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Chino Hills police jailed a 63-year-old man Wednesday on suspicion of pandering and pimping in connection with an investigation into prostitution activity at a home in the 4500 block of Torrey Pines Drive in Chino Hills. 

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A bill authored by State Senator Connie M. Leyva (D-Chino) that will require insurers to provide timely disclosures and information to mobilehome and condominium residents regarding their residential property insurance policies and their rights regarding those policies was signed by Governor…

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Three more streets in the Los Serranos neighborhood will get curbs, sidewalks, driveways, and streetlights as the city of Chino Hills continues paying for improvements with grants, Measure I money and city funds.

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The Chino Community Services Commission is inviting the public to attend a tour on Monday, Aug. 26 of various city parks and recreation sites to learn about programs and upcoming projects.

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Five people, including a teenage boy and teenage girl, were arrested in San Bernardino Aug. 15 on suspicion of committing thefts at two Chino retail stores earlier this month.

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The fast lane on both the north and southbound 71 Freeway at Prado Dam Road in Corona will be closed 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 25 for Caltrans repairs.

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Chino Police conducted a DUI and driver’s license checkpoint Friday night until 3 a.m. today (Aug. 24). Location of the checkpoint was not available by Champion press time. Locations of checkpoints are not announced in advance. Funding for the checkpoint came from a grant through the Califor…

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Volunteers are being sought for the Senior Nutrition Program being offered weekdays by the Family Service Association at the Chino Senior Center.

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Congressman Gil Cisneros, who represents Chino Hills in the 39th District, has changed office hours at Chino Hills city hall, 14020 City Center Drive.

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The Just for Fun Senior Bowling will start its fall season at a new time, 3 p.m. Thursdays at Chaparral 300, 4191 Chino Hills Parkway.

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Chino Hills Animal Hospital will host a “Rescued Pets & Retired Vets” fundraiser, noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 8 at the hospital, 3415 Chino Ave., Chino.

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Seven Boy Scouts from Troop 2399 are recognized in an Eagle Scout of Honor ceremony on Aug. 17 at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in Chino Hills. They are (from left) John Esser, Jose Puyat, Tobias Enverga, Joseph Mladinov IV, Christopher Enright, Tyler Larsen and Vince Alegado. Eagle S…

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Shweta Shah of Chino Hills has been named to The School of Arts and Sciences Dean’s List for the spring semester at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science University in Boston, Massachusetts. 

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Chino Hills police jailed a 63-year-old man Wednesday on suspicion of pandering and pimping in connection with an investigation into prostitution activity at a home in the 4500 block of Torrey Pines Drive in Chino Hills. 

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Surface and groundwater samplings taken on the former Aerojet munitions plant in Chino Hills required by the California Department of Toxic Substances Control showed no health risks, according to test results presented by Aerojet.

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Fire Chief Tim Shackelford said residents standing in the brush taking pictures and people driving up and down the streets to watch the Star Fire in Chino Hills slowed down fire units and created potential safety hazards when the blaze was at its height on July 28.

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An emotionally charged Chino Valley school board meeting on Thursday ended with the majority voting to approve new sexual education curriculum materials for grades 7 through 12.  

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Residents living under or near the Ontario International Airport flight pattern plan to meet 2 p.m. Sunday at an Ontario restaurant to discuss their concerns about noise from the airport’s aircraft.

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The local Portuguese community will celebrate the efforts of a Portuguese queen to help her hungry people at the Chino Valley D.E.S. Club’s Festa Do Divino Espirito Santo (Feast of the Holy Spirit), Aug. 20 to 26 in Chino.

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The Chino Valley fire board on Wednesday did not support a request by board president John DeMonaco to censure fire board member Winn Williams for a third time because he reportedly touched Mr. DeMonaco’s back and neck at the conclusion of a heated meeting last month.

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The City of Chino Hills introduced two new employees to the community during Tuesday’s city council meeting — assistant city manager Rod Hill and public works director/city engineer Daniel Bobadilla.

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Robert Gavela, a resident of Chino Hills for 26 years, has been appointed to the city’s Parks and Recreation Commission.

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A 15-year-old boy suffered major injuries this afternoon after he was struck by a car while riding his bicycle at Chino Hills High School, according to the Chino Valley Fire District.

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Former Champion Newspapers owner Allen McCombs (seated) visits with some of the early guests to his 90th birthday party held Aug. 3 at the Chino Senior Center. More than 150 people, including local dignitaries, attended the celebration. Mr. McCombs, who has served on several organizations in…

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Residents are invited to provide input related to housing in Chino Hills by completing an online survey at chinohills.org/CDBG by Friday, Aug. 30.

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Vintage cars, many shined to a sparkling gleam, filled the Chino Town Square shopping center on Philadelphia Street Friday, July 12 during a monthly Cruise Night organized by the Carruchas Car Club.

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A public hearing on a request by Trumark Homes to subdivide approximately 273 acres in the Preserve area of south Chino for future development of a master-planned community will be held at the next Chino Planning Commission meeting.