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 Press Enterprise


Organizers add themes to runs for more funds and fun
Running for charity used to be simple. Participants could sign up for a run based solely upon the intensity of the competition itself. 5 kilometers, half-marathons, marathons and triathlons were options for runners based on skill level and training....
15 Sep 2014 at 5:27pm
by BY KYLE LUNDBERG



CORONA: School board to vote on appointment to fill seat
The Corona-Norco school board will interview seven applicants tonight and then vote on appointing one to replace Michell Skipworth, who resigned. All applicants are Corona residents and registered voters in Trustee Area 3 of the Corona-Norco Unified...
15 Sep 2014 at 5:03pm
by BY DAYNA STRAEHLEY



BANNING: Council to interview five manager finalists
Banning City Council members are scheduled to spend Sept. 30 interviewing up to five candidates to fill the vacant city manager position, according to a city official. The council terminated City Manager Andy Takata on March 25 based on his...
15 Sep 2014 at 4:59pm
by BY GAIL WESSON



TEMECULA: Middle school student showcases film in festival
In Luke Hartman?s vision of the future, humans and robots are in for one heck of a food fight. The 11-year-old student?s short film ?A Robo Story? will be screened as part of the Temecula Valley International Film and Music Festival, which...
15 Sep 2014 at 4:53pm
by BY TIMOTHY GUY



L.A. to Ontario: It's too late to file lawsuit
Lawyers for the city of Los Angeles want a judge to throw out Ontario?s bid to reclaim control of Ontario International Airport on the grounds that the Inland city waited too long to file its lawsuit. Lawyers for the city of Ontario want the same...
15 Sep 2014 at 4:41pm
by BY CASSIE MACDUFF



INLAND EMPIRE: Tinkerers assemble for Mini Maker Faire
No doubt the star of the first Inland Empire Mini Maker Faire will be Russell, the 17-foot electric interactive giraffe. Its creator, Lindsay Lawlor of San Diego, will be joined by makers of a compressed-air rocket launcher, a human-sized foosball...
15 Sep 2014 at 3:57pm
by BY LAURIE LUCAS



CAMP PENDLETON: Explosives operation triggers noise advisory for Temecula
An explosives operation at Camp Pendleton may create noise that reaches the Temecula area this week, according to the base?s press office. The operation, which involves the detonation of Mine Clearing Line Charges, is set for Tuesday and Wednesday....
15 Sep 2014 at 3:03pm
by BY AARON CLAVERIE



SAN BERNARDINO: School employee accused of unlawful sex with minors
A non-teaching employee of Indian Springs High in San Bernardino was arrested Sunday, Sept. 14, on suspicion of having unlawful sex with minors. The victims were boys ages 16 and 17, the San Bernardino County Sheriff?s Department said. Amy Corinne...
15 Sep 2014 at 11:09am
by BY BRIAN ROKOS



FONTANA: Businesses cleaning up after fire causes $1 million in damage
Fontana business people were trying to assess the damage caused Sunday night when a fire broke out at a pallet yard, sending up 100-foot flames that razed half the property and damaged dozens of vehicles, most from neighboring businesses. Fire...
15 Sep 2014 at 10:51am
by BY PETER SUROWSKI



BASEBALL: KDOC to pick up Dodgers telecasts -- it's about time
Vin Scully (right) and SportsNet LA telecasts will be available to all next week. (Photo: The Associated Press) From the department of something is better than nothing, the final six games of the Dodgers' regular season will indeed be available to...
15 Sep 2014 at 10:39am




  Daily Bulletin


First Lady of Calico stayed when most everyone left

Lucy Bell Lane died in Nevada in January 1967 and was buried near her husband in a cemetery in San Jacinto, a very peaceful end for a woman whose life was so tied to a wide-open mining town so different and so far away.

She was arguably the First Lady of Calico, the colorful silver camp that burst upon the scene in the 1880s a few miles northeast of today's Barstow.


15 Sep 2014 at 2:58pm
by Joe Blackstock



LAPD says protocol followed in 'Django Unchained' actress' detainment

Police said Monday they followed proper protocol when they demanded identification from an actress and her boyfriend while investigating a 911 call alleging lewd conduct in a parked car.

Actress Daniele Watts, who appeared in "Django Unchained," says she was unjustly handcuffed and detained Thursday after refusing to provide identification and walking away from uniformed Los Angeles Police Department officers who had responded to a report of unlawful conduct in a car on Ventura Boulevard in St...


15 Sep 2014 at 1:44pm
by SANDY COHEN AP Entertainment Writer





Fontana 3-alarm pallet yard fire causes $1 million damage

FONTANA >> Firefighters worked through the night and into the morning battling a three-alarm fire that destroyed nearly $1 million dollars worth of property at a pallet yard Sunday.

Around 9:45 p.m. firefighters arrived to Monarcas Pallets at 10626 Banana Avenue to find the business fully involved in flames.


15 Sep 2014 at 7:45am
by Doug Saunders





Ontario, Los Angeles to head back to court for airport lawsuit

RIVERSIDE >> The binding document which effectively transferred control of then Ontario International Airport to Los Angeles will be subject to legal scrutiny next month.

On Monday morning, Superior Court Judge Gloria Connor Trask agreed to hear LA's motion to dismiss a portion of Ontario's lawsuit.


15 Sep 2014 at 11:37am
by Liset Marquez



Time Warner to air final 6 Dodger games on broadcast TV and basic cable as te...

Time Warner Cable announced today that it will broadcast the final six regular-season Dodger games on over-the-air station KDOC-TV (Channel 56). The broadcast channel can be picked up by rooftop and rabbit-ears antennas and is carried on every cable, satellite and telecom-based video-service provider in Southern California.


15 Sep 2014 at 10:59am
by Daily News





Olive Garden to hedge fund: Hands off our breadsticks!

NEW YORK -- Olive Garden is defending its practice of giving customers as many breadsticks as they want, saying the policy conveys "Italian generosity."

The remark is part of a response by the chain's parent company, Darden Restaurants Inc., to a nearly 300-page criticism released by hedge fund Starboard Value last week.


15 Sep 2014 at 11:07am
by CANDICE CHOI AP Food Industry Writer





Art Laboe show with Rose Royce, One Way and more returns to San Manuel Amphit...

"At one time it became routine, but it never gets tired because you're playing for different audiences," Copeland said. "It's like it's new all the time. It's better than playing songs they don't know. ... As long as those people are hollering, singing and screaming along it gives you a great feeling.


15 Sep 2014 at 9:21am
by Wes Woods





Route 66 Cruisin' Reunion returns to Ontario for second installment

ONTARIO >> Mick Batson is a GTO guy.

And last year's Route 66 Cruisin' Reunion was exactly the kind of car meet that he and the Inland Empire GTO club like to cruise through.

Him and his buddies are hoping this year's event -- the second in Ontario's history -- will be no different.

"The Ontario one started out excellent," said Batson, president of the club.


14 Sep 2014 at 8:51pm
by Grace Wong



Navy identifies Lake Arrowhead pilot presumed dead after crash

LEMOORE >> A Navy fighter pilot presumed dead after two jets crashed in the far western Pacific Ocean was identified Sunday as Lt. Nathan Poloski, a 26-year-old native of Lake Arrowhead, Calif.

Poloski was the subject of a 36-hour search in the waters off the U.S. territory of Wake Island after two F/A-18C Hornets collided in midair Friday.


14 Sep 2014 at 12:01am
by By The Associated Press



Body of Pomona man found in car trunk outside Riverside store

The Pomona woman who found the body of a transient in the trunk of her car after a day of work in Riverside has been eliminated as a suspect in the man's death, police said Sunday.

"She's just an innocent victim," Pomona police Lt. Ron McDonald said.

Police are treating the case as a suspicious death investigation.


14 Sep 2014 at 9:02am
by Greg Cappis




 San Bernardino Sun




Fans to get refunds after OutKast concert cancellation

A concert featuring Atlanta hip-hop duo OutKast this weekend has been canceled but would-be attendees can get refunds in a variety of ways, according to Goldenvoice.

Ticket holders have been told refunds are available at the point of purchase or the amount will be credited to their credit card within five to seven business days.


15 Sep 2014 at 5:12pm
by Wes Woods





Patton State Hospital honors their dead with Remembrance Day

PATTON STATE HOSPITAL >> Mark Cochrane held a sprig of burning white sage in his hand and circled the grave of his great-great grandfather, Antonio Saver, fanning smoke, in ceremonial fashion, over the late Serrano Indian's final resting place at the hospital's long dormant cemetery.

It is a ceremony that Cochrane and his mother, Goldie Walker -- Saver's great-great-grandson and great-granddaughter, respectively -- have participated in for years as part of the California Memorial Project Remem...


15 Sep 2014 at 4:33pm
by Joe Nelson





San Bernardino teacher arrested for alleged sex with minors

HIGHLAND >> An Indian Springs High School teacher was arrested Sunday for allegedly having sex with two minors, one of them a former student.

Amy Corinne Bramlett, 46, was arrested in the 3400 block of Parkside Drive in San Bernardino on suspicion of having unlawful sex with a minor.


15 Sep 2014 at 9:53am
by Beau Yarbrough





Art Laboe show with Rose Royce, One Way and more returns to San Manuel Amphit...

"At one time it became routine, but it never gets tired because you're playing for different audiences," Copeland said. "It's like it's new all the time. It's better than playing songs they don't know. ... As long as those people are hollering, singing and screaming along it gives you a great feeling.


15 Sep 2014 at 9:21am
by Wes Woods





Route 66 Cruisin' Reunion returns to Ontario for second installment

ONTARIO >> Mick Batson is a GTO guy.

And last year's Route 66 Cruisin' Reunion was exactly the kind of car meet that he and the Inland Empire GTO club like to cruise through.

Him and his buddies are hoping this year's event -- the second in Ontario's history -- will be no different.

"The Ontario one started out excellent," said Batson, president of the club.


14 Sep 2014 at 12:01am
by Grace Wong





San Bernardino man in standoff captured after shooting at kids, cops

SAN BERNARDINO >> A man shot at a group of people surrounding an ice cream truck on Sunday afternoon and then retreated into his home, prompting evacuations and a response from the Police Department's SWAT team.

He shot at officers on two occasions, police said. Finally, eight hours after the initial gunshots, the 59-year-old was taken into custody as his house was burning after tear gas was fired into the house.


14 Sep 2014 at 5:13pm
by Greg Cappis



American Legion post returns to Rancho Cucamonga

RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> It was a relatively warm Thursday night earlier this month and the doors to Sweeten Hall were wide open.

At first, only the sounds of fans running filled the old meeting hall. But a short time later, a small group of men gathered, some wearing leather vests and others donning baseball caps adorned with military insignia.


14 Sep 2014 at 12:01am
by Liset Marquez



Two teens in Hemet arrested in golf cart theft

HEMET >> A pair of teenagers were arrested Sunday after being spotted riding a golf cart they had allegedly stolen, police said.

During the early morning hours, officers got a call about four golf carts stolen from the 600 block of N. Kirby St. overnight, Lt. Eric Dickson of the Hemet Police Department said.


14 Sep 2014 at 12:01am
by By City News Service



Navy identifies Lake Arrowhead pilot presumed dead after crash

LEMOORE >> A Navy fighter pilot presumed dead after two jets crashed in the far western Pacific Ocean was identified Sunday as Lt. Nathan Poloski, a 26-year-old native of Lake Arrowhead, Calif.

Poloski was the subject of a 36-hour search in the waters off the U.S. territory of Wake Island after two F/A-18C Hornets collided in midair Friday.


14 Sep 2014 at 12:01am
by By The Associated Press



San Bernardino schools to be honored for energy efficiency

SAN BERNARDINO >> Among U.S. school districts, the San Bernardino City Unified School District has become a national leader in energy efficiency, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

The school district has 63 schools that have earned the EPA's Energy Star certification.

Ten of those schools will be recognized at 5:30 p.


14 Sep 2014 at 8:27pm
by Jim Steinberg




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