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A man is in jail Sunday morning after being arrested for attempted murder. San Bernardino County sheriff's deputies arrested Stephen Algeo, after responding around 1:30 Friday afternoon to reports of a stabbing in the 7100 block of Airway Avenue in Yucca Valley. Comment?
If you are looking for a way to help the victims of the Blue Cut Fire, the Inland Empire United Way has established a Fire Relief Fund for the collection of financial donations to help those impacted by the massive wildfire. Contributions will be used to address the short and long-term needs of those affected by the Blue Cut Fire in San Bernardino County, says a post on their website. Comment?
Two San Bernardino City Unified School District employees accused of stealing $71,000 worth of iPads and computer laptops have been charged. Authorities said 34-year-old Andrew Schultz of Monrovia and 48-year-old Eric Buries of Rancho Cucamonga were each charged with one felony count of embezzlement exceeding $950. Comment?
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department announced the destruction of more than 7,000 confiscated guns at a Rancho Cucamonga steel mill during its 23rd annual Gun Destruction event. The event, overseen by Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell, destroyed 7,044 weapons at the Gerdau Steel Mill on Thursday, according to Deputy Lillian Peck. Comment?
But that's how the Muslim student discovered she was identified in the latest edition of the yearbook at her Rancho Cucamonga, California, high school. Zehlif posted a photo of her yearbook photo to Twitter, saying only, "I guess I'm Isis in the yearbook ..." "I am extremely saddened, disgusted, hurt and embarrassed that the Los Osos High School yearbook was able to get away with this," she wrote on Facebook. Comment?
Kristen Dolan, the anti-human trafficking director of Safehouse of the Desert sat down with CBS Local 2's Brooke Beare to discuss signs of human trafficking, in light of the recent abduction of a Moreno Valley teenager. Two people were arrested in Palm Desert for the case which spanned from the Coachella Valley to Rancho Cucamonga and Colton, CA. Comment?
The Board of Supervisors today endorsed a proposal that would require Cal Fire to clarify how revenue generated from the so-called ``fire tax'' is being spent and get to the bottom of why Riverside County's not in line to receive ``a significant piece'' of the $43 million surplus carried over from last year. The board's 4-0 vote, with Supervisor Chuck Washington absent, was made at the request of Chairman John Benoit, who said the State Board of Forestry and Fire Protection needs to submit a ``better accounting'' of how the fire prevention fee enacted as part of Gov. Jerry Brown's 2011 deficit control plan has been used. Comment?
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