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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Brother also a suicide, officials say

poor little boys. so many years since i was that age, what kind of things go on in those little heads.  (Aug 11, 2010 | post #10)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Man dies after collision

in the heavy traffic, all you get is fender benders. but in the early hours with no traffic to slow people down, that's when you get the really bad fatalities.  (Aug 8, 2010 | post #5)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Bush tax cuts set to expire

I personally didn't notice the tax breaks, so I won't notice when they expire. What I did notice is how much I lost in the stock market in the financial meltdown. So I tell you what, I will gladly give back my measly tax breaks and in return I get back the money I lost while the republican senate and house let home loans go out of control.  (Aug 6, 2010 | post #6)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Man found with teen girl in parking lot arrested

so, not to lessen the fact that the man lied about his age, when is this girl's birthday? is this really a crime?  (Aug 5, 2010 | post #3)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Rialto man killed in crash near Lytle Creek

this guy was just a few miles from fontana, a few miles more to san bernardino.  (Aug 3, 2010 | post #5)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Four arrested on suspicion of Rancho Cucamonga burglary

that's quite a distance from camarrio court to east & banyan. they must've thought they were free and clear. the trouble with a lot of these areas is that people work and the houses are empty during the day. lucky someone was there to call this. i've been looking into a security system, i think i'll order one tonight.  (Aug 3, 2010 | post #21)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Chino Hills man commits suicide after sheriff's deputies ...

These boards need to be monitored. Comments like these are just juvenile. I mean really, you are using a man's death as a platform to show the rest of us your feelings towards law enforcement. What is it? Jealousy? Envy? Anger?  (Aug 3, 2010 | post #72)

San Bernardino County Sun

Audit: Colton Electric Utility rates higher

I don't that is what the audit shows. The cost is different than the price. I believe the excess money not consumed by the utility is returned to the city to use in their budget. I'm not arguing that this is fair. I'm just saying that if you were to pay an excess to SCE, Edison would not turn around at the year's end and cut a check to the city.  (Jul 26, 2010 | post #12)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Planners to mull Keith's application

they should do good at that location, close to amc, directly across from lucille's.  (Jul 26, 2010 | post #2)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Free towing has hitch

The service will not tow motorcycles, but they will 'offer' to call in a service to have the motorcycle towed, or see that you get cited. I had a motorcycle quit on the 210. I walked off the freeway so that I could get away from the noise and make a call to have the bike towed. One of these Freeway service patrols asked if I was the bike's owner. He then offered to call in a tow. No, I don't need a tow, I already have one coming. Then I was told that I had to return to the bike. No, I told the tow I would meet at the on-ramp. He then told me that he would have to call the bike in so that it would be cited for abandonment because the owner (me) was not there. He then tells me 'Hey, I'm only trying to help you out.' This is help I can do without!  (Jul 20, 2010 | post #2)

Pasadena Star-News

Glendora teen swaps old cell phone for Porsche on Craigslist

good story. Steven, if you're read this, get your series 7.  (Jul 19, 2010 | post #5)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Judge rejects governor's minimum-wage request

I work on a payroll system, we were talking about how this could be carried out. Most payroll systems, the payrate is based on an annual amount divided by 2080. This annual amount is also used in figuring some benefits like life insurance. You change the annual amount to $15,080 and you also change the life insurance coverage amount. Then there is the issue of payroll deductions. Many of these deductions are fixed, a flat rate. So you reduce the paycheck’s gross amount, but what do you do if there isn’t enough net to cover the deductions? Do you have the state pay through a special earnings? Or do you cancel the benefit? Drop their health, dental, HSA, deferred savings? And how do you restore their pay once the budget is passed? A lot of systems have a limit on how many hours you can put on a single check. Do you make a special one-time payment, like a bonus? Do you tax this payment at the annual rate or supplemental rate? I tell you one thing, the who work on the state’s payroll systems would have come out like king’s with all the extra hours they would’ve put in.  (Jul 17, 2010 | post #14)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Feinstein opposes pot measure

The BIGGEST handicap we have in California is all the federal tax dollars that get sent to the poor states.  (Jul 14, 2010 | post #7)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Foothill Boulevard widening project ready to roll

It's about time. Most of Foothill through RC is three lanes each way. At the bridge, it is only two lanes each way. Plus there is no median, no shoulder, no margin for error.  (Jul 13, 2010 | post #7)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Man suspected of scamming Oregon seniors could be living ...

jail would be too good for this guy  (Jul 2, 2010 | post #2)