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Money magazine ranks CSUSB among the Best Colleges in America - Redlands, CA Patch
“We take great pride in once again being named one of the Best Colleges in America, as it is recognition of the outstanding and dedicated work of our amazing faculty and staff whose commitment to our students is second to none,” said CSUSB President Tomás D. Morales. “It’s especially gratifying to s
Suspected drunken driver strikes 2 power poles, 7 mailboxes, fire hydrant in Yucaipa
A 24-year-old Yucaipa man was driving drunk when he struck two power poles, a fire hydrant and seven mailboxes Tuesday evening, Aug. 14, sheriff’s officials said.
Arrowhead Regional Medical Center expands dialysis services and receives five stars from Medicare - Inland Empire Community News
Arrowhead Regional Medical Center’s (ARMC) Dialysis Outpatient Center recently expanded from eight to 24 hemodialysis treatment stations and will hold an Open House from noon – 1 p.m. on Aug. 30, to celebrate its expansion. With ARMC receiving more than 3,500 dialysis patient visits each year, incre
Detectives seek tips on fatal January gang-related Riverside shooting
Jose Romero, the victim of what detectives believe was a gang-related shooting that claimed his life during the predawn hours of Saturday, Jan. 20. Photo Courtesy of the Riverside Police Department.
Riverside police: Photo shows suspect wanted for sexual battery
Investigators said the incident happened about 7:45 p.m. inside the Taco Station, located in the 4000 block of Mission Avenue. The unidentified man approached the victim and grabbed her breast, according to Riverside police.
Man dies in reported hit-and-run collision near San Bernardino
A 38-year-old man was killed Sunday, Aug. 12, when he was struck by what authorities say was a hit-and-run vehicle near San Bernardino.
Holy fire containment now at 72 percent; Trilogy community remains under voluntary evacuation
The Holy fire burning in the Cleveland National Forest in Orange and Riverside counties was 72 percent contained and at 22,986 acres on Wednesday morning as firefighters continued to tighten lines around the nine-day-old blaze.A voluntary evacuation order remained in effect for the Trilogy community
4 teens use airsoft guns in days-long robbery spree across Inland Empire, Fontana police say
Fontana Police announce the arrest of four male juveniles, accused of commiting multiple armed robberies around the Inland Empire, during a press conference at the Fontana Police Department in Fontana on Tuesday, August 14, 2018. (Photo by Jennifer Cappuccio Maher, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)
Ontario man arrested after sexual assault and robbery in Colton; is suspected of additional crimes
Authorities say David Pierre-Jones, 19, matched the description of an individual caught on surveillance footage entering a business on the 1200 block of East Cooley Drive in Colton just before the crimes took place there on the afternoon of Aug. 6. In that incident, an assailant entered the business
Former Redlands employee claims sexual harassment against city manager
A former Redlands employee has accused City Manager N. Enrique Martinez of creating a hostile work environment by subjecting her to conversations of a sexual nature and is demanding payment for promised medical benefits.Amy Hagan, former human resources director, alleges Martinez repeatedly sexually
Mom, grandma killed in 91 Fwy wrong-way crash in Riverside
Fatima and Ethel Granados, his mother and grandmother, were heading home from the casino early Friday morning, likely in the carpool lane. All of the sudden, a car heading in the wrong direction slammed into them head-on.
Brusa's homer leads San Jose to 8-1 win over Inland Empire
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (AP) -- Gio Brusa hit a solo home run in the second inning, leading the San Jose Giants to an 8-1 win over the Inland Empire 66ers on Tuesday.
Riverside police seek help in identifying restaurant sexual battery suspect
The sexual battery happened on the night of May 18 at the Taco Station in the 4000 block of Mission Inn Avenue, near Brockton Avenue, according to Riverside police.
Longtime Inland Empire attorney suffers heart attack in court, later dies in hospital, friends say
A Redlands criminal defense attorney suffered a heart attack in court Monday, Aug. 13, and was later pronounced dead at a hospital, friends say.
Iconic "Ice Cream Guys" provide entertainment, refreshment during Little League Western Regionals - Inland Empire Community News
They are colorful, they are entertaining, they are unique, and with this year’s triple digits of heat in San Bernardino, they maybe the MVPs of the Regionals.
Splash Kingdom once again set to appear before Redlands planning officials
Demolition phase of the new construction at Splash Kingdom in Redlands, on Sunday, January 21, 2018. (Frank Perez/Correspondent)
Whittier police officer to be arraigned on charges of molesting girls in Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario
Francisco “Frank” Igros, 54, of Rancho Cucamonga. (Courtesy of San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department)
Riverside County Sheriff's Department asking for help in police impersonator case
The Riverside County Sheriff's Department is asking the public's help and to come forward if they believe they were contacted by Jeovanny Landeros, a 24-year-old male from Hemet, accused of impersonating police and other crimes.
BREAKING NEWS: Police arrest four juveniles for allegedly committing many armed robberies in Fontana and other cities
Four juveniles have been arrested by the Fontana Police Department for allegedly being involved in a series of armed robberies in Fontana and other Inland Empire cities during the past month, police said in a press release on Aug. 13.The juveniles allegedly went on their crime spree by driving aroun
Holy fire: Firefighters hold the line overnight, containment at 59 percent
Firefighters were able to hold theHoly fireline overnight, keeping the wildfire’s burned acreage at 22,986 and containment at 59 percent, Cleveland National Forest officials announced on Tuesday.