The Blue Cut Fire, Bogart Fire and Pilot Fire were the top stories across the Inland Empire’s Indian Hill Media sites, Riverside.Today, SanBernardino.Today, OntarioCANews.com, FontanaCANews.com, PomonaCANews.com, ClaremontCA.com, RanchoCucamonga.Today, Norco.Today and Chino.Today.
The top story on a single news site comes from Riverside.Today. The British website Metro.co.uk story on Corey Selby and his Pokemon Mew capture caught the attention of thousands of Inland Empire readers READ. The specter of Creepy Clown Sightings in the IE were a popular read although the sightings never materialized. The story of Fr. James Linton, an Anglican Priest, arrested outside of a San Bernardino Planned Parenthood for obstruction access to the business was a top San Bernardino and Riverside read.
ClaremontCA.com’s stories on the Inland Empire cities efforts on mandated water conservation were the top original IHM News Group story.
PomonaCANews.com’s top stories involved traffic accidents; the Daily Bulletin stories on the death of Alan Sanchez, a Ganesha High School Student in a pursuit crash and Lucero Olmos-Sandoval fatal accident in Chino Hills were top reads in our Ontario and Pomona websites
The OntarioCANews.com post on the San Gabriel Tribune story about the Chung Yu Yeung fraud conviction was another heavy read.
In all, 200,000 visitors visited 360,000 pages and links on the Indian Hill Media, Inland Empire News sites, more than doubling the News Groups 2015 numbers.