Hesperia, CA

Warriors dominate San Bernardino in one-sided football game

With five minutes and 38 seconds to go in the third quarter, a one-sided game favoring the El Camino Warriors was halted by an injury timeout. A San Bernardino Valley Wolverine player was carried off the field due to an undisclosed injury. The Warriors held tight to a double-digit lead and would finish 52-18 over the Wolverines.
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Fontana Herald News

Fatal hit-and-run collision takes place in Fontana on Sept. 24

A fatal hit-and-run traffic collision occurred in Fontana on Sept. 24, according to the Fontana Police Department. The P.D.’s Traffic Unit was investigating the incident, which occurred on Cherry Avenue between Valley Boulevard and San Bernardino Avenue. The street was closed down for several hours while the investigation was...
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San Bernardino community gathers to remember beloved store clerk slain while on the job

Dozens of San Bernardino community members gathered to pay their respects to a San Bernardino liquor store clerk who was fatally shot while on the job earlier this week.Nader Alkouli, 46, was a staple at P&J Liquor, where neighbors can shop for all of their grocery needs, for more than 10 years. In that time, he befriended a number of customers who came to see him as more than an acquaintance. "It's like losing a neighbor, really," said a woman named Donna, among the many gathered in front of the store Friday evening. "Always asking about my son, even if he wasn't...

San Bernardino mother opens up on son's overdose death hoping to raise awareness of the dangers of fentanyl

A San Bernardino mother is opening up about about her son's death in 2021, hoping that her story will hope raise awareness about the true dangers of fentanyl. Last August, Victor Aguilar purchased what he thought were two Percocet pills. However, they turned out to be laced with a deadly dose of fentanyl. He took one of the full pills, while his girlfriend, Alicia Hafey, took half of the other. While Hafey woke up sick the next morning, Aguilar's parents found him unresponsive in their Apple Valley home, rushing him to a hospital where he remained on life support for 19 days...
Fontana Herald News

Etiwanda loses to Cajon

Cajon’s powerful football team was too much for Etiwanda in a non-league matchup on Sept. 23. The Eagles saw their three-game winning streak come to an end in a 37-9 loss at the Etiwanda field. Cajon moved out to a 24-0 lead before Etiwanda responded in the fourth quarter...

Lady Be Aware Training Class Offered By County

The San Bernardino County Sheriff ‘s Department is offering Lady Be Aware training for women who want to develop the necessary attitude, skills and knowledge that will help prevent them from becoming victims. The first portion of the training will be in the classroom and will cover basic ways to prevent you from being a victim. The second portion will cover weapon-less defensive tactics and introduction to shooting. A one day- 8 hour class is offered on September 24th from 8-5pm at the Sheriff ’s Department Training Center located at 18901 Institution Road in Devore. The cost to register is $75. To register, email once registered payment is due to hold your space. Credit cards or checks will be accepted. Mail checks to PO Box 9037, San Bernardino, CA 92427. Must provide a driver license to enroll. Wear comfortable clothing. No flip flops of shorts. September classes are filling up, don’t wait to sign-up. If you missed this class, you can still sign up for the October 22nd class.

Train testing will be reduced to 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. starting Monday

Simulated service of the testing of the Arrow train on the 9-mile track between Redlands and San Bernardino will be reduced to 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. starting on Monday, Sept. 26. The non-passenger testing will continue from 4:40 a.m. to 10:45 p.m. this weekend, said San Benardino County Transportation Authority. During this time, one diesel multiple units will stop at each station every hour.
L.A. Weekly

Rider Airlifted Motorcycle Collision on Main Street [Hesperia, CA]

One Hospitalized after Motorcycle Crash near Maple Avenue. The crash happened shortly before 9:00 a.m., at the 14400 block of Main Street, just west of Maple Avenue. Per reports, the rider of a 2011 Yamaha motorcycle collided with a white 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer as the driver attempted to turn left into a parking lot. The Mitsubishi came to rest at the entrance of the Stater Brothers shopping center.

September Inland Empire Economic Update with Daniel MacDonald

Professor Daniel MacDonald is the chair of Cal State San Bernardino's Economics department and the author of the weekly Inland Empire Economic Update email newsletter. You can subscribe to his newsletter here. Below is a transcript of the conversation between Professor MacDonald and KVCR's Jonathan Linden. The Transcript for this story will be uploaded by noon on Saturday, Sept. 24.

Bloomington man arrested for murder in connection with fentanyl overdose

A Bloomington man has been charged with murder after an 18-year-old Highland man died of acute fentanyl toxicity on Wednesday, Sept. 21, according to the sheriff’s Gangs/Narcotics Division’s-Overdose Response Team (ORT). The responded to the drug overdose death of Adrian Alloway. Investigators identified Alfred Urrea, 19, as the...

Survey reveals many Victorville residents enjoy parks, affordable housing, but feel unsafe

A recent City of Victorville survey revealed the top priorities for residents include finding homelessness solutions, increasing law enforcement, and providing more road maintenance and parks and recreation services. The Victorville Council on Tuesday reviewed the public online survey designed to help city officials better understand resident priorities and satisfaction...