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A weekend DUI checkpoint conducted on Air Expressway yielded six arrests and 26 Vehicle Code citations, according to San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department officials.
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The Victorville Old Town Route 66 Historic Society, a long name for a small group of dedicated individuals, has elected new officers.
A member of the Victor Valley College Measure JJ Citizens Bond Oversight Committee has filed a complaint with the San Bernardino County District Attorney about bond funds he believes were illegally spent.
A gentleman from Adelanto named Mike Rodriguez wrote a letter to the editor the other day in which he took the city to task for "streets ... littered with shopping carts, furniture, trash, baby car seats, television sets and what have you."
Anyone who knows his whereabouts is asked to call 909-866-0100. Information can also be reported anonymously by calling We-Tip at 800-782-7643 or left online at wetip.com.
DEVORE >> San Bernardino County animal control officials have an influx of some 90 animals, including 47 rabbits and 30 dogs.
The school is free and will be under the leadership of principal Jacoba Ogg and supporting faculty, including six teachers and one all-purpose tutor.
Members of Burning Bush Baptist Church had a hand in serving justice on Thursday morning when they caught a thief who they believe had been destroying air conditioning units and stealing copper wires and tubes, causing more than $100,000 in damage.
A man's false claims that he was kidnapped led San Bernardino County Sheriff's deputies to a home where they found large quantities of narcotics, money and assault weapons, prompting an ongoing investigation and four arrests.
Citing a probable low turnout after Labor Day weekend and no items on the agenda, city officials have decided to cancel the City Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday.
On Tuesday, August 26, 2014, at approximately 5:30 a.m., deputies from the Victorville Police Department responded to a residence in the 12500 block of Sunny Vista Avenue, in Victorville, following the report of a shooting.
Razor blades, bent forks and other sharp items were found wedged into playground sand and equipment at at a park in the small town of Oro Grande near Victorville, officials said.
Park maintenance employees on Tuesday, Aug. 26,A reported the discovery of double-edged razor blades, bent forks and other sharp objects placed in the sand and wedged into the playground equipment in such a way that it would injure children at Oro Grande Park on Third and Meyer streets, a sheriff's news release stated.
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