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Redlands police to give update on fatal hit-and-run that killed popular crossing guard
Nearly two months after a popular school crossing guard was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver, Redlands police are still searching for a suspect. Police officials along with Tracy Ortiz, the widow of Leonard Gilberto Ortiz, 48, will hold a press conference at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11, at Red
After $30.2 million in settlements, Redlands Unified adopts sweeping policy changes to quell teacher sex abuse
Rocked by years of scandal and $30.2 million in legal settlements over sexual misconduct by its teachers and staff, the Redlands Unified School District has adopted sweeping reforms designed to establish firm boundaries between employees and students.
You need to know these 5 things about San Bernardino’s Community Ho Ho Parade
Festive San Bernardino residents are taking their Christmas party on tour this week. The four-night Community Ho Ho Parade begins its sixth year at 5:15 p.m. Monday, Dec. 10, at the First Christian Church of San Bernardino. What’s been dubbed the “Party on Wheels” will cruise through the city nightl
Christmas baskets are available for needy families in Redlands area
The Northside Impact Committee and Navidad en el Bario are accepting applications for Christmas baskets for families in need through Thursday, Dec. 13. Applicants must reside in Redlands, Mentone, Yucaipa, Loma Linda or Bryn Mawr. Verification of address is required when the application is filled ou
Trump signs bill renaming downtown San Bernardino post office after Stater Bros. titan Jack Brown
The U.S. post office in downtown San Bernardino has a new name, the Jack H. Brown Post Office Building. Less than a month after the U.S. Senate passed H.R. 2979, a bill introduced last year by Rep. Pete Aguilar, D-Redlands, President Donald Trump signed off on renaming the post office at 390 W. Fift
Yucaipa senior care facility slapped with lawsuit for alleged elder abuse
An 86-year-old woman has filed a lawsuit alleging she was administered someone else’s medications and left unattended for hours after falling off her bed at a Yucaipa residential care facility for the elderly.
Man found fatally shot in San Bernardino motel parking lot
A man was shot and killed in the parking lot of a San Bernardino motel early Tuesday, according to police. Officers received a 911 call at around 1:30 a.m. reporting a shooting in the parking lot of Budget Lodge Motel in the 600 block of West Fairway Drive.
San Bernardino County has been a magnet for hobos since the 1890s
At the close of the 1800s, a terrible depression along with the growing system of transcontinental railroads created a new class of drifting, unemployed men, branded as “hobos.”
5 New Properties For Sale In The Redlands-Loma Linda Area
REDLANDS-LOMA LINDA, CA — Looking for a new house, and want the latest listings on what's available near you? Need some assistance finding the perfect place for you and your loved ones? You've come to the right place! To help simplify your search, we at Patch have compiled a fresh batch of five new
San Bernardino police investigate double shooting that killed Inglewood man
San Bernardino police were looking for suspects and a motive Monday in a recent shooting that left an Inglewood man dead and a Los Angeles man wounded. Police were called at 3:11 p.m. on Dec. 5 to the 1500 block of N. Lugo Ave., where the two men were struck by gunfire as they sat in a vehicle that
Woman Fatally Crushed In Beaumont Fast Food Drive-Thru
BEAUMONT, CA — Beaumont police are investigating the death of a woman who died after getting crushed by her car in a drive-thru over the weekend. The woman, who died at the hospital after suffering fatal injuries at McDonald's, has not yet been publicly identified.
Redlands Unified settles another teacher sexual abuse case, this time for $8.5 million
The Redlands Unified School District has agreed to pay $8.5 million to four students who allege they were sexually abused by former drama teacher Joel Koonce, an attorney for the victims said Friday.
Redlands reality: Tiny home nurtured many, now struggles to accommodate the American Dream
On Thanksgiving, I wish I were back at 830 Ohio Street, a tiny house in an old section of an old Inland Empire city, Redlands. When I was a kid, 50 or more of my relatives would somehow squeeze into the 1,000-square-foot home, which had one bathroom, one decent bedroom, and a small alcove behind the
Woman killed by her own car at drive-through window
A woman was killed Saturday when she was run over by her own vehicle in the drive-through lane of a fast-food restaurant in Southern California. Police were called at 1:44 p.m. Saturday to the restaurant in Beaumont, along Interstate 10 about 25 miles east of Riverside. They found the woman pinned b
3 brothers from Germany found the American Dream in Cucamonga
Part of the Inland Valley’s legacy can be attributed to the work of brothers — immigrants who earned their fortune and helped make the area what it is today. Of course, with that description, you immediately think of the Chaffey brothers of Canada who helped lay out what today is Ontario and surroun
17-year-old arrested after swastika is painted at Redlands school
A 17-year-old was arrested on suspicion of committing a hate crime and felony vandalism after painting a swastika and expletives on buildings and other property at Clement Middle School in Redlands.
Man is arrested on child sex charges on Dec. 7
A 45-year-old Rialto man was arrested on child sex charges on Dec. 7, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department. On Sept. 20, the alleged victim and his family went to the Fontana Sheriff's Station to report numerous allegations of child molestation that involved the 14-year-old vi
Missing Idyllwild man's body found in area reportedly a mile from his home
Authorities found the body of an Idyllwild man who'd been missing for more than two weeks. David Bradish, 80, was last seen Nov. 26 in the 54-500 block of North Circle Drive, according to the Riverside County Sheriff's Department.
Woman dies at Beaumont restaurant drive-through when vehicle she left pins her against wall
A woman died Saturday from her injuries at a Beaumont restaurant drive-through when she got out of her vehicle, failed to put it in park, and was run over, then pinned between it and the wall of the business, police said.
Funeral Held for ‘Baby Jane Doe’ Found in Cardboard Box Near 15 Freeway in Corona
Dozens of people bearing flowers or stuffed animals attended a funeral for a newborn girl found dead last summer along a Southern California highway. Authorities in Riverside County continue to investigate the death of the baby whose identity remains a mystery.