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REAL ESTATE: Riverside's Tyler Village sells for $13 million
Faris Lee Investments, an Irvine-based real estate advisory firm that specializes in retail, recently announced the $13 million sale of Tyler Village in Riverside. Tyler Village is an eight-building, 91,448-square-foot neighborhood retail center...
30 Aug 2015 at 7:00am
by BY DEBRA GRUSZECKI



ANNIVERSARIES: Aug. 31, 2015
70th anniversary Don and Mary Packham ? Don and Mary Packham of Hemet celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary earlier this summer with over 70 friends and family members who met them at the Carlsbad Inn for dinner and a party. The Packham?s...
30 Aug 2015 at 12:00am



COMMUNITY NOTES: Tennis foundation awards college scholarship, more
Student awarded scholarship TEMECULA ? Emma Arenas of Temecula has been awarded an $8,000 college scholarship from USTA Foundation, a charitable arm of the United States Tennis Association. The foundation granted 53 high school students nationwide...
30 Aug 2015 at 12:00am



EDUCATION: New state test results on tap
It?s a brand new ballgame for Inland schools. Gone is the era of paper and pencil tests. Computer-based exams have also ushered in a new way of evaluating kids? knowledge of English and math. This spring, more than 3.2 million students...
30 Aug 2015 at 12:00am
by BY STEPHEN WALL



JAMES POULOS: Joe Biden? There's the rub for Hillary
It?s been a rough season for the political establishment?s presumptive heirs. Republicans, to say the least, have not rallied around Jeb Bush. And Democrats, who have enjoyed even fewer alternatives to their frontrunner, have not handed the keys...
30 Aug 2015 at 12:00am
by BY JAMES POULOS



JOEL KOTKIN: As rivals stumble, America steps up
As its former rivals in Asia and Europe slip into torpor and even decline, America, almost despite itself, is recovering its perch as the world?s bastion and predominant power. This is all the more remarkable given that our government is headed by...
30 Aug 2015 at 12:00am
by BY JOEL KOTKIN



L.A. COUNTY FAIR: 5 ways to fun in Pomona
Whether you love triple decker cheeseburgers sandwiched between doughnut haves or have a soft spot racing pigs, the L.A. County Fair has something to entertain everyone.The fair opens on Friday, Sept. 4 and runs through Sunday, Sept. 27, at the...
30 Aug 2015 at 12:00am
by BY TIMOTHY GUY AND VANESSA FRANKO



LORI COX HAN: Hillary an inherently flawed candidate
A few days ago, while watching a story about Hillary Clinton?s email troubles, my 16-year-old son asked, ?Is this what news coverage was like during Bill Clinton?s presidency?? I responded, ?Yes, unfortunately.? For millennials, the...
30 Aug 2015 at 12:00am
by BY LORI COX HAN



NORCO: Prison faces uncertain future
It?s just after noon inside the California Rehabilitation Center in Norco. Natural light streams in from windows on both sides of a dorm in Facility A, the oldest part of the prison. A man with a tattooed chest and neck is tidying his bed. Another...
30 Aug 2015 at 12:00am
by BY PATRICK O’NEILL



ON THE ROAD: Yielding to merging vehicles and truck lanes
Q. K.R. McClelland inquired about yielding when getting on the freeway. ?Who is supposed to yield when coming on the freeway? I was told back in the day to yield to those coming on the freeway. Lately it seems like people are racing you or forcing...
30 Aug 2015 at 12:00am
by BY AMY BENTLEY




  Daily Bulletin




Funeral held for Ontario teen killed in confrontation with police

ONTARIO >> Classmates, friends, family and police gathered Saturday to say goodbye to 17-year-old Raul Herrera III who authorities say committed suicide by cop here last week.

The Ontario teen, who at one time aspired to become a rocket scientist, died in a confrontation with police on Aug.


29 Aug 2015 at 5:07pm
by Doug Saunders





Cameras could have helped find a killer

Jose Aguayo wondered how different it all would've been if the cameras had been up just a few weeks before. If the neighbor's camera had worked that night. If a camera had been on the street somewhere.

If. If. If.

It's a warm August evening in Pacoima and Aguayo is standing in the driveway where his cousin was shot seven years ago.


29 Aug 2015 at 3:45pm
by David Montero





Why many Southern California rabbis will not be discussing the Iran nuclear d...

Rabbi Ed Feinstein is troubled that families in his Conservative Jewish congregation have been torn apart over the controversial Iran nuclear deal that will soon be voted on by U.S. lawmakers.

The prominent rabbi of Valley Beth Shalom in Encino has seen other arguments divide his community but doesn't recall one "as vicious as this.


29 Aug 2015 at 8:23pm
by Brenda Gazzar





Red Cross volunteers install smoke detectors in Pomona mobile homes

POMONA >> Volunteers installed 300 free smoke detectors in mobile homes Saturday as part of a campaign to reduce fire deaths.

It was relatively quick work for the group of 50 volunteers organized by the American Red Cross with help from Pomona firefighters, but it can make a big difference, said volunteer David Hoy as he replaced a non-functional smoke detector.


29 Aug 2015 at 7:26pm
by Ryan Hagen



Vets can apply for high school diploma

SAN BERNARDINO >> Veterans whose high school education was interrupted due to military service can apply to receive diplomas.

The deadline to apply for the San Bernardino County Operation Recognition Veterans Diploma Project is Sept. 25.

It provides individuals who were interned in a Japanese-American relocation camp the same privilege.


29 Aug 2015 at 7:20pm
by Staff Report



Next phase of Santa Ana River Trail approved

San BERNARDINO>>An additional 3.8-mile segment of the Santa Ana River Trail was approved by San Bernardino County supervisors last week.

It will cover the segment of the trail starting from Waterman Avenue in the city of San Bernardino to California Street in Redlands.

The Santa Ana River Trail, when finished, will cover 110 miles -- from the San Bernardino County National Forest to the Pacific Ocean.


29 Aug 2015 at 7:17pm
by Staff Report



Montrose nursing home charged in death of burn patient

Involuntary manslaughter charges were filed against a Montrose skilled nursing home and two staff members who worked there for failing to provide required care to a resident who was a burn victim, the state's Attorney General's office announced Friday.

The complaint, filed by


29 Aug 2015 at 7:08pm
by Susan Abram



Experts: Cooler temps are on the way in Southern California

A welcome relief from sizzling temperatures surpassing the century mark in Southern California is on the way, forecasters say.

"We're about to experience a type of "June Gloom" in September," Joe Sirard, an Oxnard-based National Weather Service meteorologist, said Saturday. "A morning marine layer is expected to land all this week, bringing temperatures near or slightly above normal for this time of the year.


29 Aug 2015 at 6:14pm
by Doug Saunders



Ontario woman suspected of Eastvale burglary, drug possession

EASTVALE >> An Ontario woman who allegedly stole a large amount of cosmetics from a shopping mall store was found with heroin when police arrested her the following day, the Riverside County Sheriff's Department said Saturday.

Sara Pope, 27, was arrested on suspicion of burglary, possession of heroin and committing a felony while out on bail, said sheriff's Sgt.


29 Aug 2015 at 6:05pm
by City News Service



Hammerhead shark sighting prompts La Jolla beach closure

SAN DIEGO >> A shark that was seen circling kayakers has led lifeguards to close a San Diego County beach.

A 1 1/2-mile stretch of beach from La Jolla Cove to Scripps Pier was closed Saturday afternoon after a confirmed sighting of the 8- to 10-foot hammerhead shark.

San Diego Fire-Rescue spokesman Lee Swanson said the shark appeared to be acting aggressively toward a group of kayakers and followed them into shore.


29 Aug 2015 at 5:57pm
by Associated Press




 San Bernardino Sun


San Dimas council advised of help for the disabled

SAN DIMAS >> "We want the city and citizens to be aware we exist," said Jeanette Heitmann of the Service Center for Independent Life, a facility offering services and assistance to disabled citizens.

Heitmann addressed the San Dimas City Council during its recent meeting. Unscheduled on regular agenda items, she spoke during public oral communications and sought to inform council members, city staff and citizens in the Council Chambers and watching on the televised-cable broadcast that the cen...


29 Aug 2015 at 7:23pm
by Imani Tate



Vets can apply for high school diploma

SAN BERNARDINO >> Veterans whose high school education was interrupted due to military service can apply to receive diplomas.

The deadline to apply for the San Bernardino County Operation Recognition Veterans Diploma Project is Sept. 25.

It provides individuals who were interned in a Japanese-American relocation camp the same privilege.


29 Aug 2015 at 7:20pm
by Staff Report



Hispanic Heritage Art Exhibit to open at county museum

REDLANDS >> The Inland Empire Latino Art Association will hold its Hispanic Heritage Art Exhibit at the San Bernardino County Museum, from Tuesday through Sept. 27.

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the exhibit will embrace the cultural differences that diversify the Hispanic culture, and celebrate accomplishments and contributions to American culture through the form of visual arts.


29 Aug 2015 at 7:09pm





St. John Bosco Mission in Highland holds Mi Ranchito Fiesta

HIGHLAND >> There was no question where high school senior Ariana Salgado would be Saturday: the same Mi Ranchito Fiesta she's volunteered at since she was 1 year old.

That's a year younger than her mom, Melissa Salgado, was when she first went, but in general it's in line with a tradition that the family has faithfully kept for three generations -- and they're not alone.


29 Aug 2015 at 6:25pm
by Ryan Hagen



Experts: Cooler temps are on the way in Southern California

A welcome relief from sizzling temperatures surpassing the century mark in Southern California is on the way, forecasters say.

"We're about to experience a type of "June Gloom" in September," Joe Sirard, an Oxnard-based National Weather Service meteorologist, said Saturday. "A morning marine layer is expected to land all this week, bringing temperatures near or slightly above normal for this time of the year.


29 Aug 2015 at 6:13pm
by Doug Saunders





Rancho Cucamonga rape survivor tells story of 2002 videotaped attack

Editor's note: This report contains graphic language describing a rape that some readers may find difficult. We feel these details are needed to convey the terrible nature of the crime and the strength and resolve required to overcome it.

It was a rape of shocking crassness, three boys toying with an unconscious teenage girl on a pool table and videotaping it all.


29 Aug 2015 at 5:32pm
by David Allen





Funeral held for Ontario teen killed in confrontation with police

ONTARIO >> Classmates, friends, family and police gathered Saturday to say goodbye to 17-year-old Raul Herrera III who authorities say committed suicide by cop here last week.

The Ontario teen, who at one time aspired to become a rocket scientist, died in a confrontation with police on Aug.


29 Aug 2015 at 5:06pm
by Doug Saunders



Twentynine Palms couple charged in 2002 dismemberment of Pennsylvania man

STROUDSBURG, Pa. >> A Twentynine Palms man and woman have been charged with the killing and dismemberment of a northeastern Pennsylvania man more than 13 years ago.

State police in Monroe County charged James Britton Jr., 35, and Stacy Britton, 46, in the July 2002 murder of 46-year-old Robert Roudebush of Edwardsville.


29 Aug 2015 at 1:30pm
by By The Associated Press



Inland Empire weather forecast: Slightly cooler for Saturday

The Inland Empire on Saturday will see sunny skies with 15 mph west winds in the afternoon. Highs will be in the upper 90s to around 100.

Saturday night will be mostly clear with areas of 15 mph west winds in the evening, becoming light. Lows will be in the upper 60s to low 70s.

The outlook for the next few days will see mostly sunny skies with morning and night patchy fog and significantly cooler temperatures.


29 Aug 2015 at 12:35am



Prosecutors in Colonies corruption case want separate jury for one defendant

Prosecutors in San Bernardino County's Colonies corruption case are requesting a separate jury for defendant Jim Erwin, who they claim spoke more about the case to colleagues, reporters and other associates than any of the other defendants, and much of what he said is inadmissable against the other defendants.


28 Aug 2015 at 7:44pm
by Joe Nelson




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