Upland teens compete in elite Monterey jazz event Inland Valley Daily Bulletin The Upland High School Jazz Band practices at Upland High School in Upland, CA, Friday, March 20, 2015. The band's audition was accepted and they will go up against others from high schools throughout the U.S. at the Monterey Jazz Festival's Next ...
Rancho Cucamonga names future southwest park Inland Valley Daily Bulletin Rancho Cucamonga officials expect to complete the newly named Los Amigos Park by early 2017. The 3.4-acre lot is on the east side of Madrone Avenue between Arrow Route and Ninth Street. Liset Marquez — Staff. By Liset Marquez, Inland Valley Daily ...
Ontario's Yangtze restaurant to close after 54 years Inland Valley Daily Bulletin The Yangtze, located in Ontario, is closing on Tuesday after 54 years in business. Sarah Alvarado — Staff photographer. In Ontario, the Chinese restaurant named for China's mightiest river has withstood the surging forces of change since John Kennedy ...
Crude oil prices were lower due to the dollar's bounce and as the market reassessed the potential impact of the escalating conflict in Yemen, where Saudi Arabia and allies carried out air strikes on Iranian-backed Houthi rebels on Thursday. Data on Friday showed Japan's core consumer price index was flat in February compared with a year before, when excluding the effect of last year's sales tax increase, the first time it has not risen in nearly two years. U.S. crude was down 2 percent at $50.39 a barrel after jumping 4.5 percent overnight because of the military action in Yemen. The air strikes in Yemen and a potential nuclear deal with Iran that could lead to a loosening of sanctions against Tehran would have little near-term impact on oil supplies, Goldman Sachs said.
Oil prices fell more than $1 on Friday, after sharp gains in the previous session, as worries of a disruption to crude supplies due to Saudi Arabia-led air strikes in Yemen eased. Goldman Sachs said in note that the strikes in Yemen would have little effect on oil supplies as the country was only a small crude exporter and tankers could avoid passing its waters to reach their ports of destination. Brent crude was at $58.18 a barrel at 0421 GMT, down $1. Oil jumped around 5 percent on Thursday, the biggest daily gain in a month, as air strikes in Yemen by Saudi Arabia and its Gulf Arab allies sparked fears that escalation of the Middle East battle could disrupt world crude supplies.
A Colorado woman accused of luring an expectant mother to a basement and cutting the baby from her belly will not be charged with murder, prosecutors said Thursday night. Catherine Olguin, a spokeswoman for the Boulder County District Attorney's Office, said prosecutors won't bring the charge in the baby's death. Investigators say Lane lured Michelle Wilkins, 26, to her Longmont home March 18 with an ad on Craigslist offering baby clothes.
What if you could instantly pick up your phone to learn more details about a certain historical landmark or your location and then get visual cues about how that particular place changed over time? That’s what a new application called Pivot looks to offer smartphone users: A way of traveling back in time and staying connected to the history of a certain place, as long as there are available pictures of that place to tell its story. DON’T MISS: Report claims Apple will shock the world with a third new iPhone model this year Pivot is an augmented reality app that uses your device’s camera and location to offer you a look at a specific target “from a specific vantage
Malware is never an easy subject for Android device owners. Savvy users usually say the matter is overblown and that they know how to protect themselves against such threats, though that’s not always the case. Google acknowledges the matter but usually minimizes it, though it’s also constantly coming up with better means for protecting the safety of users. Meanwhile millions of Android devices fall prey to malware, and most of the time users don’t even know what’s going on. New research from Palo Alto Networks has brought to light a terrifying vulnerability in Android that could be used for secretly installing malware apps on a device on almost 50% of existing devices, Business Insider reports. FROM EARLIER: Google Maps for Android
WASHINGTON (AP) — The FBI must work speed up its efforts to confront increasingly sophisticated terrorists and improve its ability to gather intelligence on global threats to the nation's security, according to an outside review released Wednesday.
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