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DECISION 2014: One-stop shop for Inland election coverage
Undecided about how to vote in the Nov. 4 election? Let PE.com inform you with our news coverage of candidates and issues, as well as editorial board endorsements. This page will be updated with more links as more stories are published. Get even...
25 Oct 2014 at 12:00am



HSGT FOOTBALL: Linfield Christian 30, Notre Dame 0
25 Oct 2014 at 12:25am



RIVERSIDE: Diwali Celebration
25 Oct 2014 at 12:14am



ADOPTABLE PET: Ramona Humane Society
Adoptable pet: Mama Animal ID: 51429 / R189869 Breed: Domestic shorthair Age: 7 years Color: Black-and-white tabby About the animal: Sweet Mama was brought to the shelter by her previous owner who was moving where no pets are allowed. She is very...
25 Oct 2014 at 12:00am



ASK EYDIE: How to reduce spam email
Q. Is there such a thing as a ?Do Not Email? list like a ?Do Not Call List? Daily, I receive email many emails from a big retail chain store advertising mortgage loans, auto loans, air conditioning cleaning, political ads, etc. I rent a senior...
25 Oct 2014 at 12:00am
by BY EYDIE STUMPF



DENNIS HOLLINGSWORTH : No on J: Initiative is an unfair double tax
There?s a recurring plot line in classic Western movies: The mysterious hero rides into town and sends the bad guys packing. It?s a pretty good guess that thought crossed some peoples? minds when the Banning City Council hired a new city...
25 Oct 2014 at 12:00am
by BY DENNIS HOLLINGSWORTH



EDITORIAL: A small victory for food trucks
On Tuesday, the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors voted to ease restrictions on food trucks in the county. The supervisors voted to exempt events with fewer than 100 attendees from obtaining a permit to bring in food trucks. While this is...
25 Oct 2014 at 12:00am



EDITORIAL: Foster, Harrison, Montgomery for Redlands Council
The race for Redland City Council features six candidates competing for three open seats. Council members Paul Foster, who is currently serving as mayor pro tem, and Jon Harrison are looking to return for another four-year term, and Councilman Bob...
25 Oct 2014 at 12:00am
by THE PRESS-ENTERPRISE



EDITORIAL: No on Measure AA bond
The dollar amount for education bonds only seem to be growing and on ballots across the state, 113 bond measures in 108 educational districts could potentially add $11.8 billion in debt to the state?s taxpayers. The Inland Empire is no exception,...
25 Oct 2014 at 12:00am



FOOTBALL: Riverside Poly rallies to stun Rancho Verde
MORENO VALLEY ? Two things the Riverside Poly football team didn't abandon on Friday were hope and confidence in its running game. Devontre Hale scored five times in the second half and finished with 268 yards on 45 carries to help the Bears rally...
24 Oct 2014 at 12:01am
by BY ERIC-PAUL JOHNSON




  Daily Bulletin


Pomona police target prostitutes in special operation

POMONA >> Police arrested 14 suspected prostitutes and two suspected johns during a special, multi-agency operation.

Aided by the FBI, the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services and the Probation Department, Pomona officers targeted women soliciting sex near Holt Avenue on Thursday night, according to a police statement.


24 Oct 2014 at 12:01am
by Greg Cappis



Without slapstick, Ontario council meeting takes dramatic turn

It was one of the largest audiences I can remember at an Ontario City Council meeting, with nearly every seat occupied and at least 50 people standing in the back. Someone who was saving seats in the front row offered me one.

I was taking my seat when Mayor Paul Leon announced: "We have 30 blue slips.


24 Oct 2014 at 3:18pm
by David Allen





Upland hit-run crash victim's family receives donations

UPLAND >> Teddy bears rest against posters leaning against toys sitting next to candles on a busy street corner.

Seemingly all day and night Friday, children and adults from Upland and surrounding cities visited the roadside memorial to spark a candle, scribble a message, say a prayer or donate a dollar for Isaiah Shelton and his family.


24 Oct 2014 at 12:01am
by Greg Cappis





Inland Empire is intrigued by influx of wild green parrots

Residents of the Inland Empire have been waking up to squawking, audible even through closed windows. The culprit? Parrots.

"I think it's been decades and they've just kind of survived here," said Beth Les, Inland Valley Humane Society field services supervisor for the Humane Society.

Not native to California, Les said the parrots may have originally been pets that have escaped and were even dying out for a few years, but have made a comeback in recent years.


24 Oct 2014 at 8:42pm
by Grace Wong





L.A. County officials allegedly lightened penalties in nursing home deaths

The bleeding started suddenly and lasted 15 minutes, soaking through the sheets and pooling on the floor. Turning pale, Armando Reagan cried out to the nursing home staff.

"Help! Help! I do not want to die!"

By the time paramedics got Reagan to a Glendale emergency room, he was incoherent, with his heart beating rapidly and his breathing labored, documents show.


24 Oct 2014 at 12:01am
by By Anna Gorman agorman@kff.org Kaiser Health News





More California patients fight insurers' claims of medical necessity

The child's breasts kept growing.

Overnight it seemed, Delorian Cole's body morphed, from a normal girl to a 10-year-old with a bra size of 50 F.

It was beyond anything her mother, Thalia Hicks, had imagined. Worse, the girl complained of the aches in her back and the pains in her chest.


24 Oct 2014 at 12:01am
by Susan Abram



Memorial set up at busy Upland corner where boy fatally struck

UPLAND >> Wearing an orange reflective vest and faded Reeboks, Ismael Nieves set out Friday morning to protect the children of his neighborhood.

The previous morning near Nieves' home, 11-year-old Isaiah Shelton was killed when struck by a hit-and-run driver, while crossing Arrow Highway at Benson Avenue on his way to school at Cabrillo Elementary, authorities said.


24 Oct 2014 at 11:09am
by Doug SaundersGreg Cappis





I.E. Restaurant Week: Elegance for less at Chaffey's Restaurant at the Ontari...

Sesame seed crusted grilled Ahi tuna with a soy and ginger glaze.

Herb roasted prime rib, served with au jus.

Those are just two of the dinner entrées offered during Inland Empire Restaurant Week through Oct. 26 at


24 Oct 2014 at 7:25pm
by John Plessel



CHP officer learned to steal nude photos from women's phones in L.A., warrant...

MARTINEZ >> A California Highway Patrol officer accused of stealing nude photos of in-custody female DUI suspects from their phones told investigators that he and his fellow officers have been trading such images for years in a practice that stretches from its Los Angeles office to his own Dublin station, according to court documents obtained by the Contra Costa Times on Friday.


24 Oct 2014 at 2:41pm
by By Matthias Gafni and Malaika Fraley Contra Costa Times





I.E. Restaurant Week: Cannataro's has been serving Chino for 11 years

Inland Empire Restaurant Week, which ends Oct. 26, isn't the only thing being celebrated this month at Cannataro's in Chino.

It's also the the Italian restaurant's 11th anniversary.

Owner Julie Cannataro attributes the restaurant's longevity to the food, consistency and her dedication to the restaurant.


24 Oct 2014 at 7:15pm
by John Plessel




 San Bernardino Sun


U.S. Ebola preparedness called inadequate

LOMA LINDA >> Two physicians returning from hospital service in West Africa say the United States and other Western countries should flag and monitor air passengers arriving from the Ebola-plagued region.

Drs. Gillian Seton and James Appel -- graduates of Loma Linda University medical school -- say U.


24 Oct 2014 at 12:01am
by Jim Steinberg





Armenian Orphan Rug will be displayed at White House Visitor Center

Sarkis "Steve" Manoukian's father was 6 years old when Ottoman Turk forces and their proxies brandishing swords and sledgehammers ambushed his family and others in the Syrian Desert nearly a century ago.

Manoukian's mother told him that the horsemen brutally chopped off heads and limbs of Armenian women, children and the elderly who were forced to march for weeks in a caravan in 1915, leaving a sea of severed bodies in their wake.


24 Oct 2014 at 12:01am
by Brenda Gazzar





L.A. County officials allegedly lightened penalties in nursing home deaths

The bleeding started suddenly and lasted 15 minutes, soaking through the sheets and pooling on the floor. Turning pale, Armando Reagan cried out to the nursing home staff.

"Help! Help! I do not want to die!"

By the time paramedics got Reagan to a Glendale emergency room, he was incoherent, with his heart beating rapidly and his breathing labored, documents show.


24 Oct 2014 at 12:01am
by By Anna Gorman agorman@kff.org Kaiser Health News





More California patients fight insurers' claims of medical necessity

The child's breasts kept growing.

Overnight it seemed, Delorian Cole's body morphed, from a normal girl to a 10-year-old with a bra size of 50 F.

It was beyond anything her mother, Thalia Hicks, had imagined. Worse, the girl complained of the aches in her back and the pains in her chest.


24 Oct 2014 at 12:01am
by Susan Abram



CSUN suspends all pledging activities as new hazing allegations surface

NORTHRIDGE >> Another potential hazing at Cal State Northridge has moved administrators to suspend a campus fraternity and all Greek pledging activity.

The Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, which allegedly hazed a candidate Oct. 17, has been placed on interim suspension, university officials said. In addition, all campus fraternities and sororities were ordered immediately to stop initiating any new pledges this fall and through next spring.


24 Oct 2014 at 12:01am
by Dana Bartholomew



San Bernardino firefighters battle single alarm blaze

By Doug Saunders

Firefighters battled a small structure fire in the 1100 block of West Rialto Avenue around 9:15 Friday morning.

When fire command arrived they found a detached car port that had been turned into an apartment on fire.

They quickly attacked the blaze before it could spread to any other buildings.


24 Oct 2014 at 12:01am



Memorial set up at busy Upland corner where boy fatally struck

UPLAND >> Wearing an orange reflective vest and faded Reeboks, Ismael Nieves set out Friday morning to protect the children of his neighborhood.

The previous morning near Nieves' home, 11-year-old Isaiah Shelton was killed when struck by a hit-and-run driver, while crossing Arrow Highway at Benson Avenue on his way to school at Cabrillo Elementary, authorities said.


24 Oct 2014 at 11:09am
by Doug SaundersGreg Cappis





Tavis Smiley in San Bernardino: Poverty is threatening society

SAN BERNARDINO >> Commentator Tavis Smiley was here Thursday night with a message: "Poverty is threatening our very democracy."

The message resonated among the crowd at San Bernardino Valley College. That's where Smiley's message of empowering society's poor drew applause and frequent shouts of approval in an auditorium filled with hundreds of students, faculty, politicians and others.


24 Oct 2014 at 2:43pm
by Ryan Carter



Cal State San Bernardino diversity panel to discuss impact of genocide

SAN BERNARDINO >>The effect of genocide on populations of people in the world today is a powerful topic, but one that Cal State San Bernardino's Conversations on Diversity panel is willing to discuss.

"Is Modernity Inherently Genocidal?" is the topic for Tuesday's fall quarter discussion by the Cal State panel of experts at the Santos Manuel Student Union Events Center, sponsored by the university's Diversity Committee and the John M.


24 Oct 2014 at 7:36pm
by Michel Nolan





I.E. Restaurant Week: Elegance for less at Chaffey's Restaurant at the Ontari...

Sesame seed crusted grilled Ahi tuna with a soy and ginger glaze.

Herb roasted prime rib, served with au jus.

Those are just two of the dinner entrées offered during Inland Empire Restaurant Week through Oct. 26 at


24 Oct 2014 at 7:25pm
by John Plessel




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