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2 min ago | Victorville Daily Press
The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Arson and Bomb team is investigating the scene of a fire where a man was discovered dead early Wednesday near El Mirage Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation area, San Bernardino County Fire Department Capt.
2 min ago | Redlands Daily Facts
Gang-related crime weighs heavy on the minds of some who live in San Bernardino County, including District Attorney Michael Ramos.
3 hrs ago | Victorville Daily Press
A machete-wielding man suspected of stealing a cell phone from two juveniles in a Stater Bros.
7 hrs ago | People
Since 19-year-old Erin Corwin went missing more than four weeks ago, mystery continues to surround her disappearance - even as secrets she may have been keeping from her family are revealed.
8 hrs ago | Victorville Daily Press
A Victorville man was sentenced last week to 21 years in prison for causing and fleeing the scene of a Highway 395 crash that killed a mother and daughter nearly three years ago.
12 hrs ago | Hesperia Star
Multiple reports of an attempted rape near Mariposa Road and Main Street on Tuesday afternoon turned out to be two allegedly drunk transients fighting, San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department officials said.
12 hrs ago | The Press-Enterprise
A desert accident left a horse upside down in a trench in the high desert city of Hesperia where firefighters were still trying to free the critter long after dark.
On Aug. 5, San Bernardino Public Employees Association's board of directors will hold a hearing to determine if 30 union members should be expelled for violating union bylaws when they publicly denounced the union and sought new representation.
A 42-year-old apparent squatter is behind bars on suspicion of beating and trying to rob a real estate investor who was inspecting a house that is up for sale in Highland, sheriff's officials say.
Montclair's Police Department headquarters is known not only for its cops and cuffs but for its swoops and swerves.
Rancho Cucamonga based developer Jeff Burum, left, speaks with his attorney Stephen Larson in the hallway during a recess of the Colonies corruption case on Monday, July 28, 2014 at the San Bernardino Superior Court in San Bernardino, Ca.
More than 1,400 lightning strikes jolted Southern California over the weekend during a rare summer thunderstorm in which a 20-year-old man died and several others were injured, officials said.
The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in the Inland Empire dropped today for the 21st consecutive day, decreasing 1 cent to $3.978, its lowest amount since March 13. The average price in Riverside and San Bernardino counties has decreased 17.1 cents over the past 21 days, including seven-tenths of a cent on Monday, according ... (more)
Two horseback riders that went missing Sunday in the San Bernardino National Forest were found Monday morning in Riverside County, authorities said.
A two-car collision over the weekend at the intersection of Rancherias and Kiowa roads left one 16-year-old boy dead and two more injured, San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department officials said.
More than three years after indictments were handed down against Rancho Cucamonga-based developer Jeff Burum and three former San Bernardino County officials he is accused of bribing, San Bernardino Superior Court Judge Michael A. Smith eviscerated the case against the defendants, throwing out conspiracy and a dozen other charges that were ... (more)
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Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 01:33 pm
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