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Volunteers are sought for garden project at Mary Vagle Nature Center in Fontana

Local residents are invited to be a part of National Public Lands Day (NPLD) with the Volunteer Garden Project at the Mary Vagle Nature Center on Saturday, Sept. 30. The event will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 11501 Cypress Avenue in southern Fontana. All participants must pre-register by visiting N

FONTANA HERALD NEWS - 2017-09-24 15:13:00

Fontana community walk gets city closer to goal of 2 billion steps

FONTANA >> One step at a time, residents worked together at a community walk Saturday to get closer to the city's goal of walking two billion steps collectively over the course of a year. More than 11 million steps have already been logged since the challenged launched Aug. 19, according to the city

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-24 00:18:28

Grizzly the piglet reunited with his best bud, Apollo the pit bull, and the rest of his Fontana family

FONTANA >> After five long days separated from his family - and especially his best friend, a pit bull named Apollo - Grizzly is back home. The piglet went missing Sept. 17, traumatizing the family, according to owner Michelle Avina. Both Apollo and Grizzly had gotten out that morning, and police fo

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-24 02:03:50

Fontana Tigers will hold Bunco Tournament fundraiser on Sept. 29

The Fontana Tigers Pop Warner football team will host a Bunco Tournament on Friday, Sept. 29 in hopes of raising money for team fees. The cost to play is a $25 donation, which includes a taco bar, dessert bar, drinks, and a live DJ hosting the event. The night will also feature a silent auction spon

FONTANA HERALD NEWS - 2017-09-23 18:18:00

Fontana mayor selected for national women's leadership class

FONTANA>> Fontana Mayor Acquanetta Warren is among 25 elected women leaders selected to participate in the Governing Institute's Women in Government Leadership Class of 2018 and is the only elected official selected from California. The year-long program is designed to promote and support elected wo

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-23 05:15:34

Pedestrian killed in San Bernardino hit-and-run; driver sought

A pedestrian was killed in a hit-and-run Saturday night in San Bernardino, and police are asking for the public's help to find the driver responsible. The victim, whose name hasn't been released, was walking across E Street north of 29th Street about 10 p.m., San Bernardino police said in a news rel

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-24 19:27:13

Elderly Ontario man digging tunnel killed during cave-in

ONTARIO>>A 65-year-old man was killed when a tunnel he was digging in his backyard collapsed - with him inside. The accident happened Friday shortly before 6 p.m. in the 1700 block of East Yale Street, Ontario police said in a statement released Saturday night. A resident of the same house was watch

INLAND VALLEY DAILY BULLETIN - 2017-09-24 05:23:37

1 pedestrian killed, 1 badly hurt in Rialto crash; hit-and-run suspect arrested

A Rialto man is in jail on suspicion of causing a hit-and-run crash Friday that killed one pedestrian and left another in grave condition, the Rialto police said. Desmond Ashley, 38, was arrested early Saturday on suspicion of hit-and-run that caused death or injury, according to jail records. He is

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-24 16:48:47

Riverside man found dead near UCR on Aug. 23 is identified

A month after a man was killed in an apparent hit-and-run on a road near UC Riverside, he has been identified by the Riverside County Coroner's Office. Shawn Hooper, 31, of Riverside was found dead about 10 p.m. Aug. 23 on Martin Luther King Boulevard, just east of UCR's Lot 30, according to the cor

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2017-09-24 18:10:59

Person stabbed at Home Depot in San Bernardino

A person was stabbed Sunday afternoon at the Home Depot on West 21st Street and Massachusetts Avenue in San Bernardino, San Bernardino police said. The incident was reported at 3:16 p.m., a police spokesperson said moments after it happened. No other information was immediately available. This story

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-24 22:37:01

The California missions school project is becoming a thing of the past. Here's why

For decades, fourth-grade students in California have had one project that has taken over dining room tables, required piles of popsicle sticks and kept parents and kids up at night completing it: building a model of one of the 18th- and 19th-century Spanish missions in the state. But under a new ed

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-24 21:49:13

We rank 8 Knott's Scary Farm mazes for scares, surprises and, yes, clowns

What better way to get warmed up and creeped-out for Halloween than to make your way through the latest offering of mazes at Knott's Scary Farm? Of the three new mazes, two are superb treks into the psychologically dark, morbid and gory world of horror. Here is how our team of brave maze explorers r

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-25 14:33:49

After a two-year wait, fans in Southern California finally see Janet Jackson

Pop star Janet Jackson put on a powerful and entertaining performance on Saturday night in Anaheim in a show that went on sale more than two years ago and was postponed from it original January 2016 date. The tour, originally called the Unbreakable World Tour, eventually came to Southern California

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-25 14:18:51

Republicans make desperate bid to save health care bill

WASHINGTON - Republican opposition to the GOP health care bill swelled to near-fatal numbers Sunday as Sen. Susan Collins all but closed the door on supporting the last-ditch effort to scrap the Obama health care law and Sen. Ted Cruz said that "right now" he doesn't back it. In a late bid to win vo

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-25 04:33:35

Report says California's film production incentives yield increases in jobs, shows

The California Film Commission has released its annual report on how effective the state's tax credit program has been at keeping film and television production in the state. It's been quite effective, according to the CFC's executive director, Amy Lemisch, whose office administers the program. "I'm

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-25 13:01:37

A normal Sunday at Tennessee church, then 'run, run, gunshots'

NASHVILLE, Tenn. The pastor shouted "Run, run, gunshots!" and congregants hid under pews or in bathrooms as a masked man armed with two guns opened fire at a Tennessee church, killing one person and wounding six before being subdued. Burnette Chapel Church of Christ member Minerva Rosa said members

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-25 12:58:42

Knott's Spooky Farm unveils Halloween kid-friendly family fun

While Knott's Berry Farm is noted for its seasonal offering Knott's Scary Farm, it also offers Halloween fun for families as Knott's Spooky Farm. There are special shows and activities geared to children 3-11 and their parents. Kids are encouraged to come in costume to trick-treat the shops in Ghost

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-25 12:47:13

New Fort Irwin hospital brings needed modernization to isolated Army post

FORT IRWIN >> Several years ago, when Maj. Melvena Barton, a nurse, reported to work at Weed Army Community Hospital, she thought to herself: "I didn't think the Army had anything like this anymore." Opened in 1968, the hospital still had rooms with multiple patients. In the decades since then, when

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-24 19:59:24

Barbara Blaine, founder of Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, dies at 61

CHICAGO - Barbara Blaine, the founder and former president of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, has died. The organization known as SNAP announced on its Facebook page that Blaine died Sunday following a recent cardiac event. She was 61. In a statement, SNAP managing director Barbara

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-25 04:40:50

Important California bills waiting for Governor Jerry Brown's signature

State Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon said the 2017 session of the California Legislature was "the most productive and progressive legislative session in memory." Hundreds of bills are on Gov. Jerry Brown's desk, and he has until Oct. 15 to sign, not sign or veto. Here's a look at some of the major

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-09-24 15:54:29