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Fatal motorcycle crash snarls traffic in the Cajon Pass

A person was killed in a crash involving a motorcycle in the Cajon Pass Thursday morning, California Highway Patrol officials said. The crash was reported just after 6 a.m. on the southbound 15 Freeway near the Oak Hill Road, dispatchers confirmed. One lane of traffic has been blocked and it's leadi

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-21 13:35:57

2 shot, wounded at Highland jewelry store; suspects outstanding

Two people were shot and wounded just after 11 a.m. Thursday at a Highland pawn shop and the suspects were still at large, sheriff's officials say. The two victims were hit inside the pawn shop - Tony's Jewelry and Loan Pawn Shop in the 26000 block of Highland Avenue. Both have been taken to the hos

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-21 19:45:00

Motorcycle Rider Killed in Collision

On September 21, 2017 at approximately 5:57 a.m., Jonathan Tran,29, of Victorville was riding a 2014 Yamaha motorcycle southbound on Interstate 15, south of Oak Hills Rd., at approximately 65 mph, between the #1 and #2 lanes. For reasons still under investigation, the rider struck the rear of a 2014

HIGHLAND COMMUNITY NEWS - 2017-09-21 17:57:00

Heading to Vegas in October? Be wary of 2 overnight 15 Freeway closures in Victorville

Two overnight closures of the 15 Freeway are scheduled in October to demolish a bridge at Stoddard Wells Road in Victorville, transportation officials say. All southbound lanes will close at 10 p.m. Oct. 3 and reopen by 6 a.m. Oct 4, according to a Caltrans news release. Then on Oct. 4, all northbou

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-21 23:27:48

Body found in California Aqueduct near Hesperia, sheriff investigating

A body was found in the California Aqueduct south of Hesperia on Thursday afternoon, Sept. 21, and San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner's officials will investigate the death, according to a written statement from the department. Initially, San Bernardino County Fire Department firefighters were di

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-22 02:34:15

Things to do this weekend in the Inland Valley

Graber Olive House: Join the Ontario Museum of History & Art's Curator of Collections Michelle Sifuentes and Maura J. Graber from 2-3:30 p.m. Sunday to learn about Graber Olive House, the oldest operating olive packer in the United States. Admission is free, but reservations are required. Visitors a

INLAND VALLEY DAILY BULLETIN - 2017-09-22 00:29:49

Community Block Party promotes unity, camaraderie

IECN Photo MJ Duncan: San Bernardino Pastors United held its quarterly Community BlockParty at Anne Shirrells Park on Saturday, Sept. 16 where over 1,500 people showed up to enjoy community, camaraderie and unity. Children above are being entertained by The WayWorld Outreach Children's MinistryPasto

IECN.COM - 2017-09-22 14:42:33

Fright Fest 2017: Everything you need to know about Six Flags Magic Mountain's Halloween event

Six Flags Magic Mountain's 25th season of Fright Festopened Saturday, Sept. 16, with a succession of terrifying experiences that will keep fans writhing in delight and terror through Halloween night, on Tuesday, Oct. 31. This year's Fright Fest features 13 dark-themed mazes and dare-to-enter scare z

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-22 12:25:37

Got an elephant you need to move? Here's how the LA Zoo and others safely transport large animals

It seems every few months there's another zoo welcoming a new animal to its habitat. Recently, the Los Angeles Zoo had an elephant and some Indian gharials, members of the crocodile family, moving in and a hippo and giant river otter moving out. Los Angeles Zoo general curator Beth Schaefer explaine

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-22 12:04:22

Iowa finds a new use for corn: Whiskey!

The craft distillery boom shows no signs of slowing down. Between 2005 and 2016, the number of small distilleries in the U.S. increased from roughly 50 to 1315, according to Fortune magazine. As with craft beer, the trend is concentrated in a handful of states. More than a third of all craft distill

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-22 18:00:36

Reform CEQA for all, not just the favored few

At the end of the recently concluded legislative session, lawmakers considered a bill that should have given them significant heartburn: whether to give the billionaire developers of a new Los Angeles Clippers arena in Inglewood a "get out of court free" card regarding the California Environmental Q

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-22 18:00:00

To fix immigration system, restore rule of law: Ken Calvert

One of the most fundamental elements of our American democracy is the rule of law. Many of our basic government responsibilities rely upon this principle in order to properly function - something that's especially true of our immigration policies. When it comes to our American immigration system, we

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-22 16:27:39

All charges dismissed against Colonies defendant Jim Erwin

SAN BERNARDINO >> Jim Erwin, the final defendant in the San Bernardino County Colonies corruption case, will not be re-tried on any charges, prosecutors announced Friday. That means none of the four defendants were found guilty on any charges in the years-long case. "Since the conclusion of jury del

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-22 16:19:33

Obama campus assault guidance gets scrapped under Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Trump administration is scrapping Obama-era guidance on investigating campus sexual assault, replacing it with new interim instructions for universities. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has said the Obama rules were unfairly skewed against the students accused of assault. In a

WGEM.COM - 2017-09-22 18:16:00

Puerto Rico faces weeks without electricity after Maria

(AP Photo/Carlos Giusti). A municipal government worker clears a road after the passing of Hurricane Maria, in Yabucoa, Puerto Rico, Thursday, September 21, 2017. As of Thursday evening, Maria was moving off the northern coast of the Dominican Republic... (AP Photo/Carlos Giusti). A completely ruine

WGEM.COM - 2017-09-22 11:06:00

Jordan Klepper is gearing up 'The Opposition' for a late-night attack

Jordan Klepper is in a tricky situation. On Monday, the comedian is taking over the timeslot after his former home, "The Daily Show," where he was a correspondent for three years. In his new late-night topical Comedy Central series, "The Opposition w/ Jordan Klepper," the 38-year-old Michigan native

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-22 13:40:45

As Trump piles on sanctions against North Korea, war of words intensifies

NEW YORK - President Donald Trump has added economic sanctions to his fiery military threats against North Korea, and renewed his rhetorical offensive against Kim Jong Un on Friday, calling the reclusive leader "obviously a madman." Trump's move to punish foreign companies that deal with the North w

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-22 12:21:26

After 20 years, California's whale tail license plates remain one of state's most successful environmental programs ever

What started as a simple picture of a whale's tail emblazoned on a specialized California license plate decades ago has morphed into one of the most successful environmental programs in the state. The Whale Tail license plate - celebrating its 20th anniversary - continues to be popular among motoris

WHITTIER DAILY NEWS - 2017-09-22 17:28:19

Colonies corruption case comes to a close; no convictions are reached for four defendants

The huge Colonies corruption case has come to a close, with no convictions being reached for the four main defendants who had been accused of numerous charges. Following last week's mistrial in the case of the fourth defendant, Jim Erwin, in which the jury was "hopelessly deadlocked," prosecutors re

FONTANA HERALD NEWS - 2017-09-22 17:26:00

How a death in a Queen Mary oven inspired this year's Dark Harbor Halloween attraction

This is a grisly Halloween tale. Decades ago, so goes the story, a chef was murdered on board the Queen Mary by being shoved into his own oven and burned alive. And now, dressed in a tattered and charred chef's coat and apron, this frightening foodie is once again roaming the ship's kitchen as the l

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-21 20:18:43