A tragedy occurred at North Park Elementary School in San Bernardino. A teacher was shot and killed by her estranged husband. Two children—one who later died—were also shot in the crossfire before the estranged husband killed himself. This all took place in a classroom filled with 15 children.
Students from the Claremont Colleges swarmed the Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum at Claremont McKenna College last week, where conservative commentator, author, journalist and lawyer Heather Mac Donald was to speak in defense of police officers and argue against the Black Lives Matter movement.
About 300 protesters, who argued that Ms. Mac Donald is a racist and should not be allowed to speak.
A flyer circulated by a Claremont city council candidate contains both misleading statements and incomplete conclusions about the city’s crime rate. The candidate’s statement reads as follows:
“Claremonters are tired of having their homes invaded and property stolen.
In 2016, the police station ad hoc committee made a recommendation to the city council to build a new $25-million police station. The committee, however, has yet to make a recommendation on how to finance the cost.
In January, the city presented two options to the committee. The first was a general obligation (GO) bond. Just like the school bond that was passed in November, GO bonds would be serviced with taxes collected based on a property’s assessed value.