The State Assembly last week voted to send to Gov. Gavin Newsom a responsibly balanced budget that makes core investments in the future of our state and our state’s diverse population.
With this new state budget, California will once again see record state spending at a time when many Californians are struggling with a skyrocketing cost of living and among the highest taxes in the nation.
U.S. Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) and I recently led a bicameral group of members of Congress in introducing the Citizenship Affordability Act, legislation to preserve and expand access to citizenship by ensuring legal residents who are eligible for naturalization, but struggling to afford it…
The 909 area code is nearly depleted, according to an agency created more than half a century ago to manage telephone numbering in much of North America.
With the Fontana Days Parade last month, and the festivities this month, Fontana celebrated its 106th year after being founded by A.B. Miller in 1913.
When the National Weather Service (NWS) issues a Red Flag Warning, most San Bernardino County residents know to keep a watchful eye for signs of fire in their community.
Since it’s Military Appreciation Month, here is a neat story about two local families, whose sons attended Fontana A.B Miller High School -- my son, Vincent Vasquez J.R., and Erick Martinez, Class of 2018.
In just a few short months, Gov. Gavin Newsom has already proven that he will lead his administration in a truly pro-family and pro-child manner.
Southern California is no stranger to the destruction caused by wildfires. Sometimes these fires are caused by weather conditions, other times they are arson.
In recent years, some of our heroes have completed their journeys, but they have not left us. Before the rest of our heroes move on, it must be expressed how they impacted many lives on many levels.
More and more high school students are discovering they can earn college credit by taking classes offered by local community colleges for free.
President Trump has submitted his fiscal year 2020 budget request, which turns its back on hardworking American families and vulnerable seniors and threatens the nation’s ability to balance our budget.
The Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice believes the Green New Deal (Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez) could have a positive effect on our region through its Just Transition, clean energy, and zero emission goals.
Our veterans have done their part. These brave men and women warrant our thanks for serving to protect our freedom, so let’s show our appreciation for the sacrifices they have made on our behalf.
A.B. Miller, Fontana's Founding Father, envisioned those living here to be able to make a living by raising chickens or rabbits or other farm animals, as well as harvesting grapes, oranges, lemons, or other fruits in the early 1900s.
I recently introduced Assembly Bill AB) 485 to provide increased public transparency of warehouse development projects funded using taxpayer dollars.
I declared Jan. 22, 2019 as Henry J. Kaiser High School Day to applaud the efforts of the Kaiser Cats football team and the Catamount Pride Band and Color Guard.
2018 was the year of developments in the City of Fontana. But now, with these developments complete or nearing completion, 2019 is officially the year of jobs.
Narrow roads, diesel trucks, heavy construction, loud noise, and air pollution. The last few years have been difficult for Bloomington residents living near warehouses. Sadly, local leaders continue to prioritize this type of development over more housing and green zones that better serve co…
Elyssa Villalobos was pregnant with her second baby and her due date was two weeks away on Nov. 14, the same date as her aunt Angela’s birthday.
Now that the 2018 election results are finalized, Fontana residents are seeing a few new faces -- as well as many familiar ones -- in leadership positions.
Next week, the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to consider moving more than $9 million in unclaimed property tax refunds -- including more than $1.2 million in 2nd District refunds -- into County coffers.