Tuesday Aug 19
Route 66 News
Severe storm damages Burger Hut in Needles
A severe storm that caused up to $5 million in damage to the Needles, California, included the historic Burger Hut restaurant along Route 66. Ana Johnson, owner of The Burger Hut, said she was glad no one was hurt.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
San Bernardino County Sun
West Nile detected in Needles; no humans reportedly infected
NEEDLES >> Chickens used as guinea pigs to see if West Nile virus is in the area have tested positive for the disease, meaning the region's mosquitos have been infected, the San Bernardino County's Department of Public Health reported Friday.
Palo Verde Valley Times
3 more candidates for PVCC board
By Kim Steele Special to the Times BLYTHE, Calif. - Three more candidates have pulled papers for one of three Riverside County seats open for the Palo Verde Community College District Board of Trustees.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Roads still shut as Needles cleans up after storm, flooding
Some desert highways remained closed Wednesday while Needles residents and state employees continued cleaning up after a storm blasted the small town a day earlier, toppling trees, damaging buildings and causing flooding.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Victorville Daily Press
Report underscores need in local courts Updated at
Criminal-specific filings in San Bernardino County during fiscal year 2012-13: 327,075 - Total 19,729 - Felonies 32,574 - Misdemeanors 10,155 - Infractions 42,211 - Misdemeanors 222,406 - Infractions Source: Judicial Council of California's 2014 Court Statistics Report Likely reinforcing the need for more support in local courts to deal with heavy ... (more)
LA Daily News
Possible microburst occurs in Needles, 50 to 100 power poles down
A possible microburst has occurred this afternoon in Needles and knocked down an estimated 50 to 100 power poles, according to Assistant City Manager Dave Brownlee.
Mojave Desert: Storm cells slam Needles & I-15 corridor
Storm cells slammed Needles and the Interstate 15 corridor near the Nevada state line, according to the National Weather Service and fire officials.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Redlands Daily Facts
Chickens used to fight West Nile Virus
One of the sentinel chickens being used to track the West Nile Virus in San Bernardino on Friday.
Sun Aug 03, 2014
The Kingman Daily Miner
The Kingman Dolphin Swim Team finished the summer season with third-place at the 2014 Colorado River Finals July 26 in Needles, Calif.