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Chino is located in southeastern California in between San Bernadino and Los Angeles. The town was founded on a land grant called Rancho Santa Ana del Chino. The exact meaning of "Chino" has been explained in different ways. One explanation states that the chief of the local Native American village was named Chino. Another explanation is that "chino" in Spanish means "curly." It is believed that the term curly is a reference to the type of grass which is prevalent in the valley.

Population: 67168
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Times, New Times Los Angeles Courier
Local Sports Teams: San Bernadino Stampede, LA Avengers, LA Clippers, LA Dodgers
Local Colleges: State UniversityChaffey College - Chino Campus

Zip Codes associated with chino, california: 91710
Towns/Cities near chino, california : Pomona, Diamond Bar, Chino Hills, Ontario, Corona, Yorba Linda

Chino News
Lollicup, the huge bubble tea company, has a boba school. Who knew?

Last year, Lollicup upgraded to a 300,000-square-foot facility in Chino. "We call it boba school," said Alan Yu, Lollicup's cofounder. The head of boba school is Summer Dardeen, who was a manager at a local coffee shop before transitioning to boba teas. "We're selling over 20 million servings of boba each year," Yu said. On the counter are a dozen more concoctions made earlier in the day by students. "We have an entire research and development team that comes up with these flavors," Dardeen said. Yes, you can call them boba scientists.

OntarioWill ONT bill ever take flight?

Ontario filed a lawsuit in June 2013 against the Los Angeles defendants, seeking to regain control and ownership of ONT. Judge Gloria Connor Trask has ruled that, while the first contention may have been valid, Ontario was a quarter-century late bringing the argument. Claims are protected by attorney-client privilege. Ontario Councilman Alan Wapner said there are no plans to drop the suit. "If this is another tool that can expedite that process then great," Wapner said. "We're no longer talking `Should the transfer happen?'" Loveridge said.

Rancho CucamongaRANCHO CUCAMONGA: Booming Chinese baby business raided

Deer Creek apartments, 7828 Deer Creek Blvd. - ˜Maternity hotels' not uncommon Apartments at four Rancho Cucamonga complexes were among the approximately three dozen searched by federal agents on Tuesday, March 3, in a crackdown on so-called maternity tourism operators who arrange for pregnant Chinese women to give birth in the U.S., where their babies automatically become American citizens. While pregnant women may legally travel to the United States, it is against the law to lie about the purpose of their trip when applying for a visa.

Feds raid alleged Chinese 'birth tourism' operations in California

Taiwanese, Korean and Turkish mothers are also known to engage in birth tourism, which isn't necessarily illegal. At a Rowland Heights apartment complex, about 40 personnel from various law enforcement agencies pounded on doors early Tuesday morning. She said she came to the U.S. to give birth to skirt China's one-child policy. The food is good in Rowland Heights, and it's always sunny, she said. More than 400 women associated with the Irvine location have given birth at one Orange County hospital since 2013, agents wrote in the affidavit.

Agents target industry helping Chinese women have US babies

No arrests were made or charges filed. The key draw for travelers is that the United States offers birthright citizenship. Bill Ong Hing, professor of the University of San Francisco School of Law, said wealthy foreigners from across the world often travel to the United States for medical care and are allowed to do so on visitor visas, provided they don't overstay. Jon Feere, legal policy analyst for the Center for Immigration Studies, said he believes birth tourism will grow along with international travel.

San Gabriel Valley voters head to the polls Tuesday

Polls will open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m., with a couple of exceptions. Voting will close at 7 p.m. in Azusa and La Mirada. Turnout is likely to be low, predicted Barbara Stone, professor emeritus of political science at Cal State Fullerton. Mayor Joseph Romero Rocha is unopposed.  La Mirada : Seven candidates, including the father of a council member, are running for three seats on the council.  Los Angeles Community College : Thirteen candidates are seeking four seats for the Board of Trustees.  San Dimas : Mayor Curtis Morris is unopposed.

A news roundup from Chino, Upland and Pomona

- ¢ The best animated feature Academy Award went to "Big Hero 6," among whose producers was Cal Poly Pomona alumnus Roy Conli. - ¢ Gloria Ricci Lothrop, a California historian and retired Cal Poly Pomona history professor, died Feb. 2 in Arcadia at age 80. While Lothrop may have been best known for a history of women of the Old West, she also produced 1988's "Pomona, A Centennial History," one of the better books about the city. I forget, am I supposed to literally break a leg? David Allen makes cameos in the newspaper Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.

Assemblyman introduces Ontario Airport transfer legislation

A bipartisan Assembly bill introduced Friday would allow Ontario to issue revenue bonds to finance the acquisition of L.A./Ontario International Airport from Los Angeles. San Bernardino, Los Angeles, Riverside and Orange counties. Assemblyman Jose Medina, D- Riverside, was a principal co-author, while an additional 15 local legislators backed the bill. Many of those lawmakers use ONT multiple times a week too. They see the impact that's happening at the airport, Rodriguez said.

Beloved Montclair tree dies, faces the ax

The coast live oak along San Bernardino Street has been the scene of picnics, frolics and shady snoozes for generations. Its age is estimated at 150 years. Some limbs were removed last fall. The Chino Basin Water Conservation District, which has its headquarters paces away and which created a park around the tree, tried to save the oak the past two years. The tree teardown may take place in two weeks but certainly before April, Schroeder said. "This tree is our old friend too," Veenema said. David Allen branches out Friday, Sunday and Wednesday.

Fremont marks Chinese New Year

A celebration of the Chinese Lunar Year 4712 at Fremont Main Library on Saturday featured folk dances, music, songs and a kung fu demonstration. Lena Zee hosted an hour-long entertainment program that included presentations by Academy of Chinese Performing Arts, Azevada Elementary School Mandarin Chinese immersion program, California Youth Chinese Symphony, Fremont Chinese School, Friends of Children with Special Needs, Legend Kung Fu Academy and Virtuoso International Flute Ensemble in the Fukaya Meeting Room. This year is the Year of the Ram.

Los Altos Teacher Arrested For Alleged Sexual Abuse

Special Victims Bureau detectives have arrested a Los Altos High School teacher for having a sexual relationship with a student at the high school. The suspect, a resident of Chino Hills, had been a full time teacher at Los Altos High School since the fall of 2009. The suspect was arrested for Oral Copulation, 288A PC; bail is set at $1,000,000. The suspect is currently housed at Industry Sheriff's Station and his next court date is February 25, 2015, at Pomona Superior Court.

Yuan Yuan Tan's 20 years stellar years at S.F. Ballet

Only a few weeks later, she made her San Francisco Ballet debut as Sugar Plum in a midweek "Nutcracker" matinee, and those of us who were present rubbed our critical eyes in disbelief. The years have treated her kindly, and when not in San Francisco, you might find her guesting in Hamburg or Beijing, or posing for a glossy magazine spread. She danced Juliet in his farewell performance. "I just don't do much social media. Allan Ulrich is The San Francisco Chronicle's dance correspondent. War Memorial Opera House, 301 Van Ness Ave., S.F.

2 Inland Empire men sentenced in terrorist plot to kill Americans

Miguel Alejandro Santana Vidriales and Arifeen David Gojali previously pleaded guilty in connection with 2012 case. Prosecutors alleged that Kabir arrived in Afghanistan in July 2012 and persuaded Deleon and the others to join him with claims that he had contacts with terrorist organizations. Deleon, Gojali and Santana trained for the mission by firing AK-47s at gun ranges and participating paintball activities in Southern California. In handwritten letter to the court, Deleon said his actions were senseless.

Lunar New Year in like a lion at H.B. school

Students at Circle View Elementary School in Huntington Beach were treated to a lion dance performance Friday to celebrate the Lunar New Year, which began the day before. Many east and central Asian Lunar New Year celebrations are based on the traditional Chinese calendar and Chinese zodiac. This year, the Vietnamese celebration known as Tet rang in the Year of the Goat. But Julie Huynh, marketing director for last weekend's Tet Festival in Costa Mesa, said "goat" and "ram" are interchangeable. "The goat just felt more mainstream," she said.

17-Year-Old Arrested In Bomb Threat Against Chino High School

CHINO -- A 17-year-old boy was arrested Monday for making a false bomb threat against a Chino school, police said. A threat was made against Chino High School around 6 a.m. via social media, police said. After nearly three hours of searching, the campus was deemed safe and no devices were found. The teen was booked into the San Bernardino County Juvenile Detention Center. The Chino Police Department was working with the District Attorney to seek cost recovery for the time and resources dedicated to the incident.

Inland Empire rain, snow bring havoc to freeways, streets

Police investigated a three-car crash at Ninth and E Streets around 6:45 p.m. Despite reports of minor injuries, no one was taken to the hospital, San Bernardino Police officers at the scene said. Shortly after 8 p.m., a vehicle crashed into a San Bernardino home in the 3200 block of Erwin Street after colliding into an oncoming car, CHP officials said. Redlands received more than a half an inch of rain since Sunday. Ontario was doused with more than an inch and Hesperia saw about an inch of rain from this recent weather system.

Chino Valley Medical Center to appeal court ruling

The admissions were in violation of Judge Janet M. Frangie's earlier preliminary injunction prohibiting them from admitting stabilized emergency room patients, the ruling said. Chino Valley Medical Center and Inland Physician Services, led by Dr. James M. Lalley, will appeal the ruling made on Thursday Lalley is Chino Valley's chief medical officer. Frangie's ruling came out the day before state Attorney General Kamala Harris was to decide on Prime's acquisition. "This dispute does not involve Prime Healthcare," the statement said.

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