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  • Argentina Looks Fragile and VAR Enters the Scene
  • Ronaldo Shines, Uruguay Leave it Late, and Morocco Left in Agony
  • Incredibles 2 Review
  • World Cup Opener Results in Target Practice for Host
  • El Paisano in Russia
  • ‘Nothing Short of Evil’: Mother, Boyfriend Sentenced in Torture Death of 8-Year-Old Gabriel Fernandez
  • Fire at Bosque Del Rio Hondo in S. El Monte
  • Is Mexico World Cup ready for Russia 2018?
  • First Group of Tesla START Program Students Graduate From Rio Hondo
  • At least 8 dead in shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas: Sheriff / ABC News
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‘Nothing Short of Evil’: Mother, Boyfriend Sentenced in Torture Death of 8-Year-Old Gabriel Fernandez

Courtesy of NBC LA

Eight-year-old Gabriel Fernandez, seen in this undated picture, died after his mother's boyfriend, Isauro Aguirre, allegedly beat and tortured the boy. The boy had only recently been returned to his mother's care despite more than 60 complaints of child abuse and eight investigations by the Department of Child and Family Services.

Fire at Bosque Del Rio Hondo in S. El Monte

Fire at Bosque Del Rio Hondo in S. El Monte

May 30, 2018

A fire was contained as Bosque Del Rio Hondo in South El Monte was burning, the cause is still unknown....

First Group of Tesla START Program Students Graduate From Rio Hondo

First Group of Tesla START Program Students Graduate From Rio Hondo

May 23, 2018

Rio Hondo’s Tesla START program now has its first batch of graduates. Ten students received recognition...

Farewell to Executive Dean of Counseling, Dr. Mike Munoz

Farewell to Executive Dean of Counseling, Dr. Mike Munoz

May 22, 2018

Dr. Mike Munoz, Executive Dean of Counseling and Student services said farewell to Rio Hondo College...

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Argentina Looks Fragile and VAR Enters the Scene

Ignacio Cervantes, Reporter | June 16, 2018

A pair of missed penalties and some Video Assistant Referee calls were the defining moments in Day 3 of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Lionel Messi’s miss from the spot meant missed opportunity for Argentina meanwhile France managed a victory against Australia. Messi Unable to Influence Argentina A day of firsts for Iceland as the Nordic squad held Argentina to a 1-1 draw in Moscow’s Spartak Stadium. It...

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Ronaldo Shines, Uruguay Leave it Late, and Morocco Left in Agony

Ignacio Cervantes, Reporter | June 15, 2018

Friday was the first full day of World Cup 2018 in Russia as Groups A and B finished their first round of play. Cristiano Ronaldo Shines Brightest Cristiano Ronaldo’s three goals secured a point for Portugal in Sochi’s Fischt Stadium against Iberian rivals Spain. The entertaining 3-3 draw offered the highest quality in the tournament so far with Ronaldo and Nacho Fernandez (known as Nacho) providing...

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World Cup Opener Results in Target Practice for Host

Ignacio Cervantes, Reporter | June 14, 2018

It was a dream start for Russia’s compressed, counter-attacking style that proved too much for a listless Saudi Arabia. The hosts were led by substitutes Denis Cheryshev and Artem Dzyuba to a 5-0 win at Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. The patient transitioning of Russia outpaced Saudi Arabia’s passive defense Thursday morning. The Arabians earned greater possession but were unable to turn it into...

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Incredibles 2 Review

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Comparing the Presidency of Ronald Reagan & Donald Trump and What to Expect

James Spencer

The presidency of Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump have dealt with similar issues and have the same kinds of beliefs to those issues. What is to come from the rest of Trump’s presidency is not entirely unpredictable.

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