Thursday, January 20, 2022

SoCal to see winter warm-up as Santa Ana winds gust across region Thursday

 

Check out Frequency Hopping A Women’s Exhibit now on our website!

 



Head on over to dacenter.org or use the link in our bio to see the exhibit online or make a reservation to see it in person.
We hope you enjoy! Happy viewing
A big special shout-out to all the amazingly talented women featured in this exhibit. All of your work is truly amazing


The Pomona Police Department has made an arrest

 The Pomona Police Department has made an arrest related to the recent series of robberies that occurred in and around Washington Park between December 13, 2021, and January 12, 2022. During this time, numerous reports were received which had similar suspect and vehicle descriptions. The suspect targeted victims walking in the park as well as victims who were sitting in vehicles within the park. These robberies also occurred during similar time frames.

The Pomona Police Departments’ Detective Bureau, with the assistance of Officers from the Departments' Special Investigations Unit, launched an extensive investigation in an effort to determine the suspects’ identity and prevent further victimization of our community members.
On January 13, 2022, Officers arrested Soriano, Noe Jr. of Pomona.
On January 18, 2022, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office filed the below charges against Soriano, Noe Jr.:
4 felony counts of 211PC- Robbery
3 felony counts of 664/211PC- Attempted Robbery
This case is in its early stages of investigation and all subjects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Anyone with information regarding this incident is encouraged to contact the Pomona Police Department at 909-622-1241. If you prefer to provide information anonymously, you may call "Crime Stoppers" at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

Neil Frances Goldenvoice Presents: ALL AGES $20 – $22

 


After the fire: NatGeo takes intimate look inside Notre Dame Cathedral's restoration

Las Virgenes Municipal Water District to restrict water flow for homeowners 'wasting water'

SoCalGas sticker shock: Increase in bills feels like 'highway robbery,' some customers say

 

Train noise and fumes, no number, behind a house time is 12:36 a.m.


  cvaldez@up.com her number is 1-562-566-4612 or you can call at 1- 888 - 870 - 8777 maybe it's just me their blocking, remember to say operator if you do get through. That way it will take you to a human.

Nathan Anderson Sr. Director, Public Affairs Phone:

801-212-5415 Cell:801-879-4285 nanderson@up.com

Adrian Guerrero

General Director - California/Pacific Northwest

Phone:916-789-6360

Wednesday, January 19, 2022

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS Episode 2

 

Ron Johnson responds to Biden’s press conference: ‘He’s living in a fant...

Hegseth: This shows Biden doesn’t care how his policies affect you

Train noise and fumes, number on train is 4675

 


   cvaldez@up.com her number is 1-562-566-4612 or you can call at 1- 888 - 870 - 8777 maybe it's just me their blocking, remember to say operator if you do get through. That way it will take you to a human.

Nathan Anderson Sr. Director, Public Affairs Phone:

801-212-5415 Cell:801-879-4285 nanderson@up.com

Adrian Guerrero

General Director - California/Pacific Northwest

Phone:916-789-6360

Exploring Abandoned Valerie Jean Dates & Shields Date Gardens

Steve Fisher's Deep Run RR From Barcusville to Pomona (yes folks there is another Pomona)

EXCLUSIVE Ashli Babbitt Docs FIRST UNCOVERED by Judicial Watch!

SpaceX Rises to the Challenge, Transporter 3, Virgin Orbit Above the Cl...

Who Is Ray Epps? | Ep. 104

"YOU TERRORlST!" Rand Paul HUMILIATES Ilhan Omar To SHREDS. Other Congre...

California's Highway S3 in the Anza Borrego Desert

The Amazing Art of Ricardo Breceda on California Highway 79