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CARTOONS: Deflategate is upon us
Also: Anti-vaccine camp; Obama's SOTU
25 Jan 2015 at 12:00am



ONTARIO: Smoky blaze burns acres of compost
A stubborn overnight fire continues to burn through at least three acres of compost at an Ontario greenwaste processing facility, sending smoke drifting over south Ontario and portions of Chino and Norco, fire officials say. The blaze began about 10...
25 Jan 2015 at 12:43pm
by BY RICHARD BROOKS



CORONA: 4 hikers stranded near Skyline Trail
Searchers are looking for four hikers who've called for help near Skyline Trail in the Cleveland National Forest overlooking Corona. Sheriffs' deputies got the call shortly after 11:30 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 25. The hikers told of being in a rocky area,...
25 Jan 2015 at 11:46am
by BY RICHARD BROOKS



INLAND FORECAST: Rain expected twice this week
The weekend winds are waning, but rain showers will move Inland twice this week, according to the National Weather Service. Monday will bring the first round of rain, forecasters said in their written analysis Sunday, Jan. 25. Rainfall is apt to...
25 Jan 2015 at 10:48am
by BY RICHARD BROOKS



FONTANA: Flames rip through trucking yard
A nighttime blaze ripped through a Fontana trucking yard, destroying big rigs and other vehicles, vehicle parts and nearby trees, say San Bernardino County Fire Department officials. The flames were reported at 7:45 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 24, near...
25 Jan 2015 at 10:01am
by BY RICHARD BROOKS



RIVERSIDE: Celebrate Hollywood with Fox Foundation fundraiser
Many of us normal people will never know the feeling of walking down the red carpet of the biggest awards show of the year. But, the Fox Foundation is throwing a party to celebrate the Academy Awards and will get people pretty close to the real...
25 Jan 2015 at 1:45am
by BY TIMOTHY GUY



HEMET: Community rallies for police in wake of K9 death
Points of light ? hundreds of them ? shone throughout Gibbel Park in Hemet as dusk descended Saturday night. About 400 people were there to attended a rally that for weeks was planned as a pro-law enforcement demonstration ? but changed four...
24 Jan 2015 at 7:56pm
by TOM SHERIDAN



CORONA: Homeless outreach goes beyond writing tickets
Patricia Adams and her daughter, Rebecca Nasse, had been homeless for at least two months, most recently camped out at City Park in Corona. Soon they will move into the Corona-Norco Rescue Mission, less than a mile away but a world apart from the...
24 Jan 2015 at 3:47pm
by BY PETER FISCHETTI



HEMET: Police Department shares strategic plan
Hemet Police Chief Dave Brown has introduced a five-year strategic plan for his department and the City Council has agreed to give him almost $500,000 to help get it started. The plan comes at the conclusion of Hemet?s Option for Policing...
24 Jan 2015 at 12:00am
by BY CRAIG SHULTZ



MAIL THEFT: Inland neighbors team up to protect themselves
The grainy home security video showed two shadowy figures walking down a residential Corona street in the middle of the night, one cradling a package under his arm. The second figure paused next to a couple of mail boxes attached to a post, then...
24 Jan 2015 at 12:00am
by BY TOM SHERIDAN




  Daily Bulletin


Spandau Ballet rings 'True' in L.A. return

Spandau Ballet was as good as "Gold" Saturday night in the UK quintet's return to L.A. after 30 years.

The band ­-- reunited in 2009 after a 20-year hiatus -- performed a two-hour collection of songs that had all ages up and dancing at The Wiltern.


25 Jan 2015 at 9:51am
by Ryan Carter



Inland Empire weather forecast: Warm, windy for Sunday

The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for the area to be in effect until Sunday, January 25, 10 a.m. for strong and gusty winds.

The Inland Empire on Sunday will be sunny with areas of 15 to 25 mph north winds, becoming 20 to 30 mph east in the afternoon with gusts to 35 mph.


25 Jan 2015 at 1:11am



47% of Pomona homicides between 2000-2010 remain unsolved

Days after celebrating his 22nd birthday, Miguel Barrios died after being shot multiple times in a drive-by while standing in an alleyway near his home.

Fourteen years later, his killer has not been found. His death at a young age and shot by a gun, makes Barrios the typical victim of an unsolved homicide in Pomona and in L.


24 Jan 2015 at 8:29pm
by Doug Saunders



LAPD closed homicide cases without bringing killers to justice, analysis shows

Officials in the Los Angeles Police Department's San Fernando Valley Bureau reported they solved 63 percent of homicide cases over 11 years -- a significantly better track record than the rest of the LAPD and many other law enforcement agencies reported.

But many of those cases were solved without a single arrest being made.


24 Jan 2015 at 12:01am
by Mike Reicher



Southern California winds leave thousands with no power; rain on the way

Wind gusts toppled trees and power lines, knocked out power to tens of thousands of Southland homes and businesses Saturday as the National Weather Service cautioned residents to be prepared for continued high winds through Sunday, officials said.

Some 52,200 households and businesses had gone dark in a sprawling outage from Winnetka to Sun Valley to Studio City, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power reported.


24 Jan 2015 at 9:21am
by Brian DayDana Bartholomew





Walk sheds light on human trafficking in San Bernardino County

The fifth-annual County of San Bernardino Coalition Against Sexual Exploitation Anti-Human Trafficking Awareness Walk was Saturday.

Crowds marched to shed light on the commercial sexual exploitation of children in San Bernardino County.

Organizers say that each day in San Bernardino County, people are forced into the sex trade and forced to work in sweatshops for little or no pay.


24 Jan 2015 at 12:01am





'Bar Rescue' turns Pomona's Friar Tuck's into Stein Haus

Friar Tuck's, a dive bar named for one of Robin Hood's merry men, is less merry these days -- and the owners couldn't be happier.

Rowdy drinkers and garage bands were the norm at the Pomona bar at 540 E. Foothill Blvd. Even some regulars were leery of going late at night.

But now, the building in the shape of a medieval castle, complete with turrets at the four corners, has undergone -- dare I say it? -- a renaissance.


24 Jan 2015 at 12:01am
by David Allen



Fontana fire smokes out 10 Freeway

FONTANA >> Strong winds Saturday spewed smoke from a trucking yard fire across the 10 Freeway.

No one was injured in the blaze and no major accidents occurred from the lack of visibility, fire officials said, but traffic slowed and several vehicles and pieces of equipment at the yard were damaged, if not destroyed.


24 Jan 2015 at 12:01am
by Greg Cappis





Yucaipa grandmother is an angel for abandoned babies

Debi Faris remembers holding little Matthew, touching his small face and caressing each little finger and toe, taking in every feature of the newborn.

"I wanted him to know he was loved," said the Yucaipa grandmother.

She then placed the tiny boy into a casket and drove him home.

That was the beginning of Faris' quest to give those small children who were thrown away by their parents a voice.


24 Jan 2015 at 12:01am
by Beatriz Valenzuela





Civil rights discussion held at Cal State San Bernardino

SAN BERNARDINO >> Injustice and what was seen as a need to "educate, not incarcerate" African-Americans were discussed Saturday at a town hall meeting attended by hundreds Saturday at Cal State San Bernardino.

Daniel Walker, a research associate at the Center for Religion and Civic Culture at USC and a professor of history at El Camino College in Torrance, recounted his experience a year and a half ago of being pulled over by police at the Inglewood Avenue exit from the 405 Freeway.


24 Jan 2015 at 12:01am
by Neil Nisperos




 San Bernardino Sun


Inland Empire weather forecast: Warm, windy for Sunday

The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for the area to be in effect until Sunday, January 25, 10 a.m. for strong and gusty winds.

The Inland Empire on Sunday will be sunny with areas of 15 to 25 mph north winds, becoming 20 to 30 mph east in the afternoon with gusts to 35 mph.


25 Jan 2015 at 1:11am





Walk sheds light on human trafficking in San Bernardino County

The fifth-annual County of San Bernardino Coalition Against Sexual Exploitation Anti-Human Trafficking Awareness Walk was Saturday.

Crowds marched to shed light on the commercial sexual exploitation of children in San Bernardino County.

Organizers say that each day in San Bernardino County, people are forced into the sex trade and forced to work in sweatshops for little or no pay.


24 Jan 2015 at 12:01am



Fontana fire smokes out 10 Freeway

FONTANA >> Strong winds Saturday spewed smoke from a trucking yard fire across the 10 Freeway.

No one was injured in the blaze and no major accidents occurred from the lack of visibility, fire officials said, but traffic slowed and several vehicles and pieces of equipment at the yard were damaged, if not destroyed.


24 Jan 2015 at 12:01am
by Greg Cappis



Southern California winds leave thousands with no power; rain on the way

Wind gusts toppled trees and power lines, knocked out power to tens of thousands of Southland homes and businesses Saturday as the National Weather Service cautioned residents to be prepared for continued high winds through Sunday, officials said.

Some 52,200 households and businesses had gone dark in a sprawling outage from Winnetka to Sun Valley to Studio City, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power reported.


24 Jan 2015 at 9:20am
by Brian DayDana Bartholomew



Pioneering water study in Hinkley to determine contamination sources

HINKLEY >> Starting in March, scientists are expected to begin drawing the first groundwater samples that will help resolve a long-standing question here: how much of this community's below-ground contamination is the result of nature and how much is the result of man-made actions?

The $5.


24 Jan 2015 at 12:01am
by Jim Steinberg





Yucaipa grandmother is an angel for abandoned babies

Debi Faris remembers holding little Matthew, touching his small face and caressing each little finger and toe, taking in every feature of the newborn.

"I wanted him to know he was loved," said the Yucaipa grandmother.

She then placed the tiny boy into a casket and drove him home.

That was the beginning of Faris' quest to give those small children who were thrown away by their parents a voice.


24 Jan 2015 at 12:01am
by Beatriz Valenzuela





Civil rights discussion held at Cal State San Bernardino

SAN BERNARDINO >> Injustice and what was seen as a need to "educate, not incarcerate" African-Americans were discussed Saturday at a town hall meeting attended by hundreds Saturday at Cal State San Bernardino.

Daniel Walker, a research associate at the Center for Religion and Civic Culture at USC and a professor of history at El Camino College in Torrance, recounted his experience a year and a half ago of being pulled over by police at the Inglewood Avenue exit from the 405 Freeway.


24 Jan 2015 at 12:01am
by Neil Nisperos



San Bernardino man killed in single-vehicle crash

SAN BERNARDINO >> One man died and another was critically injured in a rollover crash early Saturday.

Police said the car they were in, a yellow, 2005 Ford Focus hatchback, rolled at the intersection of Highland and Golden avenues and crashed into a metal pole.

The driver was pronounced dead at the scene, and the passenger was taken to Loma Linda University Medical Center with critical injuries, San Bernardino police said in a statement.


24 Jan 2015 at 4:08pm
by Greg Cappis



2 Marines die when military helicopter crashes in Twentynine Palms

TWENTYNINE PALMS >> The military says two Marines were killed when their helicopter crashed during a training exercise in Southern California.

The Third Marine Aircraft Wing chopper was carrying just the two when it went down late Friday afternoon at the base in Twentynine Palms.

Both Marines on board died as a result of crash injuries.


24 Jan 2015 at 1:21am
by By The Associated Press



Inland Empire weather forecast: Santa Ana winds for Saturday

The National Weather Service has issued a high wind warning for the area to be in effect until Saturday, January 24, 10 p.m. for strong, gusty northeast winds. The strongest and most widespread winds are expected on Saturday, which will weaken Saturday night.

The Inland Empire on Saturday will see sunny skies with areas of 20 to 30 mph northeast winds with gusts to 45 mph.


24 Jan 2015 at 12:53am




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