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Recreation and Park District Seeks Funding for New Park In Crestline
The Rim of the World Recreation and Park District is hoping to secure California Proposition 68 funding in order to install a new park in Crestline and is also seeking input from the community regarding what features they would like the new park to include.
Old West Days Rides into San Bernardino County Museum
Demonstrations and re-enactors give a flavor of the Old West. Redlands, CA – Old West Days comes to the San Bernardino County Museum the weekend of Jan. 19 and 20, from 1 to 4 p.m. Featuring demonstrations and re-enactors, visitors can participate in hands-on activities, like clothes washing, lace m
California’s First Family Will Move Out Of Governor’s Mansion To More ‘Kid-Friendly’ Home
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The officer of Governor Gavin Newsom confirmed the first family will be moving into a “more kid-friendly” home in Fair Oaks. The Newsom family purchased a home in the Sacramento area and is currently renovating it. The family of six will move in a few months with their two dogs
‘2Pretty’ to fight in San Bernardino
Highland boxer Anthony “2 Pretty” Chavez Cifuentes will have his first local fight since becoming a professional boxer at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 18, at 271 E. Club Center in San Bernardino.
2 rescued from rising waters in San Bernardino after becoming stranded by Santa Ana River
Two people were rescued from the Santa Ana River in San Bernardino Thursday afternoon after heavy rainfall led to flooding in areas of the Inland Empire. Capt. Jeremy Kern with the San Bernardino County Fire Department said the department received a call at around 4:30 p.m. about people stranded on
California ICE Contractor Accused in South Florida Child Sex Sting
A 35-year-old computer engineer working on contract for Immigration and Customs Enforcement is accused of trying to lure a Florida girl to California to fulfill a "daddy-daughter" sex fantasy.
Campus closed Monday, Jan. 21, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day
While the campus is closed for the holiday, the university’s Coussoulis Arena will be the venue for the Inland Empire Concerned African American Churches’ 39th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast.
Housing slowdown creates opportunities for first-time buyers
PUBLISHED: January 17, 2019 at 1:00 pm | UPDATED: January 17, 2019 at 2:27 pm. What’s up with mortgage rates? Jeff Lazerson of Mortgage Grader in Laguna Niguel gives us his take.
California caretaker arrested after allegedly using stun gun to abuse mentally disabled adult
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (KTLA) -- A caretaker accused of using a stun gun to abuse a mentally disabled adult was arrested in San Bernardino Wednesday. The caretaker, identified as 52-year-old Dewaina Cunningham, was taken into custody following an investigation into a report of physical and mental ab
San Bernardino’s Beautillion Knights visit Life Changing Ministries church
The Beautillion Knights visited Life Changing Ministries church in San Bernardino Sunday, Jan. 13. Reginald Woods, senior pastor of the church, is a former winner of the Beautillion Sir Knight title. He will be honored at the Jan. 21 Martin Luther King Jr. prayer breakfast at Cal State San Bernardin
Little League sign-ups now open
Central Little League, serving Highland and San Bernardino, will hold sign-ups each Wednesday and Saturday in January for their March 2019 season. Wednesdays sign-ups are from 6 to 8 p.m. and Saturday sign-ups are from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. All sign-ups are at the Highland YMCA, 7793 Central Ave.
Southern California winter storm douses region with last day of heavy rain before skies clear
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The heavy rain and danger of flooding is continuing across Southern California Thursday as the last of this week's storms wallops the region. Thursday will likely see 2-3 inches of rain in some areas, with flooding and mudslides possible in areas impacted by recent wildfires.
Inland rainstorm prompts flash flood warning, new evacuation orders
An intense rainstorm moving through inland Southern California on Thursday prompted flash-flood warnings and mandatory-evacuation orders for residents in the Holy fire burn-area footprint, while roadways and freeway lanes flooded.
California Storms Kill at Least 5 as Flooding Fears Rise
Heavy rain, snow and wind pummeled much of California Thursday, causing at least five deaths, leaving thousands without power and forcing wildfire victims threatened by floods to flee their homes.
RUSD superintendent to address Highland chamber
Mauricio Arellano, superintendent of the Redlands Unified School District, will speak at the Highland Area Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 22, at Immanuel Baptist Church.
San G, Cajon students to be honored
December was a big month for San Bernardino City Unified School District (SBCUSD), with two schools showing that competitive edge and competing for championship titles. On Tuesday, Jan. 22, the SBCUSD Board of Education will hold a special reception before its regular board meeting to honor the San
LCAP success highlight of Apple Valley school district event
APPLE VALLEY — The success of the Local Control and Accountability Plan highlighted Apple Valley Unified School District's State of the District event on Thursday. Since the implementation of the LCAP, suspension rates have decreased, the Apple Valley Center for Innovation was created and elementary
36th annual Highland Y Run on Jan. 27
The Highland Family Y is hosting the 36th annual Highland Y Run on Sunday, Jan. 27, at Arroyo Verde Elementary, 7701 Church St. The event will include 5K, 10K and 5K family fun ran and walk. The courses take participants through Highland’s scenic hillsides and citrus groves.
Finding a geography of home in the Inland Empire
The first time I saw the images of “In the Sunshine of Neglect” — an exhibition in Riverside by curator Douglas McCulloh on the vast territory of landscapes in my beloved native county — a beautiful confluence of memory, history, image and dreams came pooling into the space. I knew every location in
San Bernardino barricade suspect in custody after more than 8-hour standoff
A suspect was taken into custody just before 2:30 p.m. Thursday after an hours-long barricade that closed a street near Pacific High School. The barricaded suspect fired shots into the air and refused to leave an apartment for more than eight hours, officials with the San Bernardino Police Departmen