On Your Corner
They call them the “7-C’s” – but they’re not oceans around the world.
Many of the nation’s best colleges can be found in the Pomona Valley – among them, the University of La Verne.
Gang violence and crime has given the city of Pomona a bad reputation in past years.
Downtown Pomona is coming back to life these days, thanks in large part to the multi-million-dollar facelift of the Pomona Fox Theater.
While there have always been plenty of ponies at the Los Angeles County Fair, Ed Mertz reports some of them will be racing at the Fairplex Park track starting Friday.
When you think of the top colleges in the country, you may think of Harvard or Yale or Stanford.
Southern California has long been a hotbed for hot rods and speed and that story can be found in Pomona.
Ron Kilgore reports on the beginnings of what has become one of the most eclectic universities in the country.
It’s not like taking a trip to Disneyland, or hitting the beach.
Only a small fraction of students from low-income high schools go to college, and of those only 1 in 9 actually achieves a Bachelor’s degree within six years.
Chris Sedens reports an abandoned stretch of pristine Southern California coast is once again attracting people from around the world.
For over three-quarters of a century, it was L.A.’s first line of defense from invasion by sea or air.
Big plans are ahead for the L.A. Waterfront.
A trip over the Vincent Thomas Bridge takes your to a major Southern California landmark: Terminal Island.
Make ‘em well and send ‘em back: that’s been the work since 1992 at the Marine Mammal Rescue Center at Fort MacArthur.