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Hesperia residents on alert after bear sighting in neighborhood - Victor Valley News | VVNG.com
Victor Valley News Group member, Adrian Oro, shared the video that was uploaded to the Ring.com website titled “Yogi’s in the neighborhood” at about 5:00 am, on September 17, 2018.
Video of dog that ingested meth leads to his remarkable rescue • Pet Rescue Report
“My poor puppy is high! I don’t want to give her back to an addict… what do I do? someone please help,” the young woman posted on her Facebook page along with this video.
3 arrested in allegedly fraudulent funeral fund scam in IE
The signs being held by three people along a Southern California desert interstate said "Funeral Donations," ''Anything is a blessing" and had photos of a little boy. "RIP Johnny," one sign noted.
Stop Building Warehouses Near our Homes and Schools - Inland Empire Community News
Imagine buying a home for you and your family, only to find out years later that the land directly behind you was being seriously considered for a 344,000 square foot warehouse—the equivalent of six football fields—less than 200 feet away from your door. This is the reality for residents in Blooming
Police Investigating Student’s Death as Suspicious; Family Says His Heart Stopped after Hazing Incident
Tyler Hilliard, 20, was set to start his third year at the university next week. But the business major, who was pledging the fraternity Alpha Phi Alpha, died Sunday after an outing with his pledge class.
3 arrested in Victorville after investigators find a phony plea for funeral donations
The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department said in a statement that Richard Navarette, a 20-year-old San Bernardino resident, and two 14-year-old boys were arrested near the 395 Freeway and Palmdale Road on suspicion of theft by false pretenses.
Guide: Complying with the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 - Perficient Blogs
The state of California has passed a digital privacy law that requires businesses to make disclosures about their collection, use, and dissemination of consumer personal information.
Inland Empire Man Received Funeral Donations For Living Boy: Cops
INLAND EMPIRE, CA -- An Inland Empire man and two teenage boys were arrested Monday for allegedly soliciting funeral donations for a boy who is alive and well. The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department said Richard Navarrete, 20, of San Bernardino, along with two 14-year-olds whose names were n
Woman Killed In Riverside County Tow Truck Crash Identified
The crash happened around 7 p.m. Sunday at the intersection of Date Palm and Gerald Ford drives, where a sedan headed north toward the intersection struck the rear end of the tow truck, according to Cathedral City Cmdr. Paul Herrera.
Fontana man is charged with sexually abusing girl for more than 13 years
A Fontana man has been charged with sexually abusing a girl over a period of more than 13 years, according to the San Bernardino County District Attorney's Office.Russell Samuel Garcia, 53, faces a total of 24 counts in connection with the alleged abuse, the D.A.'s Office said in a complaint filed i
Del Taco sued over sexual harassment, retaliation at Rancho Cucamonga restaurant
Workers at aDel Tacorestaurant in Rancho Cucamonga sexually harassed several young female workers and retaliated against them for complaining about the alleged misconduct, according to a lawsuit filed Monday by theEqual Employment Opportunity Commission.The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court for
Authorities seize more than 4,500 marijuana plants at locations in Rancho Cucamonga
Authorities seized a total of more than 4,500 marijuana plants at four locations in Rancho Cucamonga on Sept. 13, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department.Beginning at about 7:30 a.m., investigators from the Sheriff's Gangs/Narcotics Division - Marijuana Enforcement Team (MET), in
2 robberies reported in Apple Valley using Offer Up and Let Go - Victor Valley News | VVNG.com
The first incident happened on Saturday, September 15th at about 4:06 pm, in the parking lot of the Six Beans Coffee Company at 21788 Bear Valley Road.
A Ranch in Northern California, Available in Different Sizes
This expansive, very private ranch is just under a two-hour drive from the San Francisco Bay Area, where owners and sellers Mark and Becky Pine have their primary home.
GoFundMe page created for victim of fatal IE car crash
Marian Ibrahim, 21, was apparently driving home from her second job when she was killed in a car accident that occurred at about 11:30 p.m. at La Sierra Avenue and Cypress Avenue.
California police fear cannabis home deliveries will spark crime
Police in California fear that delivery vans transporting marijuana to homes will be a target for robbers and lead to a spike in crime.The state is considering a proposal to allow the delivery of the drug in areas where marijuana retail stores are forbidden. It has been legal to buy cannabisin Calif
5-vehicle crash slows traffic on southbound 15 Freeway near Cajon Pass
A five-vehicle collision on the southbound 15 Freeway between Victorville and the Cajon Pass was snarling traffic Friday afternoon, Sept. 14, the California Highway Patrol said.
California Today: No Debates for Top California Offices? That Could Happen
Good morning.(Want to get California Today by email?Here’s the sign-up.)With Labor Day in the rearview mirror, campaigns are moving into high gear: rallies, speeches, white papers, bus trips and television advertisements. Oh, and debates. Except, perhaps, in the two highest-profile statewide races i
Alta Loma man had sights on both coasts
Editor’s note: Joe Blackstock will soon complete 20 years of writing about local history in the Inland Empire.This column originally published July 12, 1999.__Peter Demens was once in the imperial guards of the Russian czar, helped found St. Petersburg, Florida, and later was a key figure in helping
Hesperia Man arrested after stabbing cat for being 'spoiled' - Victor Valley News | VVNG.com
HESPERIA, Calif. (VVNG.com)— An intoxicated husband was arrested after he allegedly stabbed the family cat for being ‘spoiled’, officials said.