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Tip Uncovers Potential School Shooting Near San Bernardino Community
An anonymous tip submitted to the Yucaipa Police Department's STOPit system sparked an investigation into a potential school threat. The tip, concerning a possible shooting planned for Wednesday morning at Park View Middle School, included names of specific students involved, revealing fractures in the community that demanded attention. The STOPit...
High-Speed Pursuit Ends in Dramatic Arrest on SB 215 in San Bernardino
A high pursuit that started Somewhere in Fontana ended in San Bernardino after the pursuit suspect entered Highway 215 going northbound on the southbound side. At around 6:45 CHP received multiple reports of a driver driving northbound in the southbound lanes of Highway 215 at high speeds. The vehicle was...
Well-traveled bear on the run near San Bernardino
A bear from east Los Angeles County led Fish and Wildlife officials on a chase near San Bernardino, just days after she was captured in Rancho Cucamonga and released into the mountains. The bear was spotted Thursday in a tree at Mary and Darby streets in Muscoy, an area north of San Bernardino. According to […]
Yucaipa's Autumnfest is Sept. 29-30
Yucaipa’s annual Autumn-fest begins today, Friday, Sept. 29, from 6 to 10 p.m. and will continue through tomorrow, Saturday, Sept. 30, from 1 to 9 p.m. in Historic Uptown Yucaipa. The two-day festival is free for entry and all ages are welcome. Entertainment on Friday will include music performances...
KFC and Long John Silver’s to get a remodel
Yucaipa Planning Commissioners approved an architectural review for the remodel of Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) and Long John Silver's (LJS) drive-through restaurant for the exterior of the restaurant located at 33911 Yucaipa Blvd. All seven commissioners were present. Assistant Planner Christian Farmer told the commissioners the item was an architectural...
Suspect apprehended in vicious assault on teenage girl at Southern California McDonald's
A shocking arrest has been made following a brutal, unprovoked attack on a 13-year-old inside a Harbor City McDonald's. The video delves into the details of this disturbing incident that has left the local community in Southern California reeling.
Holiday Golden Oaks gets a $1.5 million renovation
There was a big celebration at Holiday Golden Oaks, on Thursday, Sept. 21. The independent living community completed a $1.5 million renovation project for capital upgrades in design and amenities. A grand re-opening ribbon-cutting ceremony with special birthday girl Nancy Wick, was held. Wick, who resides at the facility, cut...
San Bernardino police arrest repeat laundromat burglars
San Bernardino police arrested two of three robbery suspects who stole from the same laundromat at least three times -- and every time they were caught on surveillance camera.The SBPD posted the surveillance footage on social media Wednesday showing the suspects breaking into an office door at San Bernardino Coin Wash, using various tools to get in, including a sledgehammer, pry bar and power saw. This alone caused over $20,000 in damage, not including the cash and things stolen from the office. Detectives identified two of the suspects, served a search warrant and found evidence linking both suspects to the burglaries. Police say one of the suspects has a prior felony conviction.
Man dies rescuing others from San Bernardino house fire
Loved ones are mourning the loss of a man who died while rescuing others from a house fire in San Bernardino. It was a split-second decision that Alfred Murillo, Jr., better known as “Freddie,” made in a heartbeat — a decision that ultimately cost his life. “He gave his life trying to save someone else […]
Redlands, CA ’s Elite: The Top hospital You Should Know About
When it comes to seeking top-notch medical care, knowing which hospitals excel in specific procedures and conditions can make all the difference. In this article, we delve into the best in Redlands, CA that have earned their rank for their outstanding performance and dedication to patient well-being. As you navigate through this guide, discover the healthcare providers that have set the standard in specific procedure or condition and empower yourself with the knowledge to make the best choices for your health.
Investigation launched into verbal altercation involving Southern California teacher at gas station
A shocking incident unfolds as a Moorpark Unified School District teacher is caught in a verbal altercation at a gas station. The incident is now under investigation, raising questions about the educator's conduct outside the classroom. Watch the full story here.
Southern California city grants elephants the right to freedom, first in the nation
Ojai, California, became the first city in the nation to recognize elephant rights after it passed a recent ordinance protecting the animals.
Closure But At Such a Cost. The Story Behind Andrea Vazquez’s Disappearance in Los Angeles County
In a recent update to the harrowing incident that gripped the community of Whittier, detectives have arrested 20-year-old Gabriel Sean Esparza in relation to the shooting and alleged kidnapping of 19-year-old Andrea Vazquez. Esparza, a local resident, is presently in custody at the Whittier Police Department jail. Charges against him include murder and kidnapping, and he's held without bail.
Calimesa State of the City will be a family affair on Oct. 7
In a move to celebrate community, boost local businesses and foster unity, the Calimesa Chamber of Commerce and the City of Calimesa are joining forces to present the inaugural State of the City Community Fair. The free event is scheduled to unfold at Mesa View Middle School on Saturday, Oct....
Yucaipa Woman’s Club members attend district conference
Virginia Cosby, Judy Bender, Carol Larsen, Marie Ritch of Yucaipa Woman’s Club and 81 members of the San Bernardino District of GFWC attended the district conference in August. The theme, "Catching the Wave of Federation" had many members dressed in beach wear: straw hats, comic t-shirts, mumus, caftans and shorts. Keynote speaker, Sonja Hults, State Communications Chair, spoke on using social media to further club membership and events. Three $1000 scholarships from the Gene Drake Nursing Scholarship Fund were awarded at the luncheon. Membership in the organization is open to all. For information contact Rita at 1-909-754-4596.
Inside Slider System to Deliver Gusty Winds and Rain to Parts of Southern California This Weekend
An inside slider is scheduled to move through Southern California this weekend, weekend of September 30th. This system will be the first system of the season to bring fall like temperatures and some rainfall, with areas of thunderstorm chances as well.
'Unusual weather' forecast for Southern California: What to expect
LOS ANGELES - Some big weather changes are in store as the fall season gets underway in Southern California. According to the National Weather Service, "unusual weather" is on its way to the region this weekend. High temperatures will remain 10-20 degrees below normal, in the 60s, forecasters said, and...
Salinas city manager to stay after talks of potential move to Southern California
SALINAS, Calif. (KION-TV)- Salinas will not have to set up a job posting for a new city manager after current City Manager Steve Carrigan announced he withdrew his name from consideration for the same position in San Bernardino. Carrigan sent a letter to all city employees that read in part:
Man wanted for violating probation sets fire to residence during standoff
A man wanted for violating his probation was hospitalized Thursday morning after he allegedly set fire to a residence while hiding from authorities. Around 7:40 a.m., deputies from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department in Hemet spotted a man they identified as Alexander Mettey, a 31-year-old homeless man who was wanted for violating his probation.
Protect Yourself from Ankle-Biter Mosquitoes with These Helpful Tips
Discover how to protect yourself from the pesky ankle-biter mosquitoes that are different from the native ones in SoCal. Learn essential tips and tricks to avoid their bites and enjoy your outdoor activities without the itch and irritation.