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Passport Acceptance Fees Increase April 2

By Anthony Saude

Chino Hills– For the first time in a while the federal government is raising costs on passports. If you have been planning that trip, don’t wait. 218 more words

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Chino Hills Investigators Recover Thousands Of Stolen Items

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Chino Hills – Mark Williams Ellis, 36, of Chino was arrested on suspicion of grand theft after he was found with six storage units full of items stolen dating back to 2006. 242 more words

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12 Year Old Arrested For Violent Video

By Ariana Scott

Chino Hills – On February 22, 2018, a threat to the school was made by a juvenile young male, whose actions at the school were very violent, which was enough cause for a concerned citizen to talk to Chino Hills Police. 215 more words

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Former Area Student Is Arrested; Said He Would Shoot Up the School

Date/Time Occurred: Monday, February 26, 2018 / 12:38 a.m. Crime or Incident: PC 422- Criminal Threats
Location: Ayala High School, City of Chino Hills
Suspect(s): Nicholas Ceballos, 19-year-old resident of Chino… 169 more words

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12-Year-Old Junior High Student in Chino Hills Arrested for Allegedly Threatening to 'Shoot up the School'

A 12-year-old student at Robert O. Townsend Junior High School in Chino Hills was arrested Thursday for allegedly threatening to “shoot up the school.”

Deputies responded to the school located in the 15300 block Ilex Drive when the incident was reported after school hours on Thursday, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department stated in a news release. 152 more words

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Student, 12, Arrested In Shooting Threat Against Chino Hills School

CHINO HILLS (CBSLA) – A student was arrested Thursday on allegations he threatened to commit a shooting at his Chino Hills middle school, the second such threat this week against a school in Chino Hills. 399 more words


Government Takeover

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Chino Valley – Stepping into the shoes of adults on Thursday gave some high school seniors a new perspective on their communities.

The 38th Annual Student Government Day included participation of Chino Valley fire and police, city governments of Chino and Chino Hills, and the Chino Valley school district. 220 more words

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