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Twentynine Palms >> A motorist fled from sheriff's deputies through the streets of this desert city, reaching speeds of more than 90 miles per hour, according to officials.
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Traveling Route 66 through San Bernardino County is a journey through California's early love affair with car travel and discovery.
REDLANDS >> A mother is suing the school district, alleging violations of the California Public Records Act, after a months-long battle over access to information.
Cold weather lashed Southern California Friday as a winter storm swept over the state, bringing with it rain, snow and gusty winds.
The San Bernardino County Fire Department would like to remind you of the following holiday safety tips.
Workers seeking employment create resumes and look for open positions on lap tops provided by USAJobs at a job fair in this file photo.
When ground is broken for a Highway 91 project this week extending about eight miles of express lanes from the Orange County line to Interstate 15 in Corona, Inland residents will be getting a taste of the future - a trend toward financing improvements and new construction that leans heavily on toll lanes.
The third fire to spread from a chimney to a house in recent days has prompted fire officials to warn residents about what are called zero clearance fireplaces.
Eight people allegedly involved in a residential burglary ring that targeted Los Angeles Times subscribers whose names were on stolen "vacation hold" lists pleaded not guilty to charges in a grand jury indictment unsealed today.
Prosecutors contend that an office-machine repairman stole lists of Times subscribers who'd placed vacation holds on their subscriptions, passing them to burglars who hit at least 25 homes.
The San Bernardino County Fire Department Local 935, in partnership with the Spark of Love Toy Drive and Children's Fund's Celebration of Giving Campaign, is asking for new unwrapped gifts and toys to fill their Fire Trucks with events on Dec. 7 and 14, 2013.
A San Bernardino man pleaded not guilty Thursday to hitting a Stater Bros. employee over the head with a liquor bottle during a robbery at the Grand Terrace store.
The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in the Inland Empire was unchanged Friday, remaining at $3.60, after increasing four consecutive days.
Three years after investing more than $340,000 into Republican Gary Jeandron's political aspirations, the influential Riverside Sheriffs' Association has decided to go another direction.
The city received more than $300,000 in January and more than $200,000 more in June that it wasn't expecting, causing it to re-examine the model used by a consultant and conclude that the city can expect more than $700,000 per year that wasn't part of its original projections, plus about $500,000 in one-time money, said Steve Elam of Wildan ... (more)
A female coach Thursday was facing sexual misconduct charges involving a teen girl who attended a San Bernardino County high school.