Follow Our Courts is a news site for Inland Empire cases and legal industry updates.

We are professional, objective journalists and our mission is to serve the people of the Inland Empire with useful content about what crimes are happening where they live, how their tax-paid authorities are addressing those crimes, what laws are being written or changed in their districts, and what their access to justice is; and to provide an open forum for discussion, ideas and opinions about those things.

We are committed to reporting with fairness, accuracy, objectivity and respect. This includes a proactive effort to stay current as preferred terminology evolves, and a policy to make swift and transparent corrections.

Toni Momberger

Executive Editor Toni Momberger has been a journalist since 1989.
With a degree in linguistics from the University of Colorado, Boulder, she began doing proofreading at the Boulder Daily Camera. She later was a copy editor at The Press-Enterprise, the real estate editor for the six Los Angeles News Group (now Southern California News Group) newspapers, and then the editor of the Redlands Daily Facts.

As editor of the RDF she was named Journalist of the Year for Small Dailies by Digital First Media/MediaNews Group.

That made her eligible to compete for their first national Journalist of the Year award, which she won in 2013.

Momberger was born and raised in Redlands, and in 2018 became the first Latina elected to the Redlands City Council.

Toni Momberger, Executive Editor of Follow Our Courts
Follow Our Courts Author Aiden McGloin

Aidan McGloin

Reporter Aidan McGloin grew up in Redlands, and started writing for Mustang News, the campus paper at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. There, in 2020, he graduated with a degree in journalism and a minor in law and society. After his graduation, he worked as a contractor developing Python scripts for a nonprofit news organization. He joined Follow Our Courts in its first year.

Both Momberger and McGloin are alumni of Redlands High School.