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East Bay Times
Black Lives Matter protests are more often being met by opposition. Does this escalate the tension and the possibility for violence?
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Los Angeles Times
Protests over the death of George Floyd have not only happened in the nation's largest cities, but also in suburbs of the Inland Empire in Southern California, which often each have their own histories of police violence.
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San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Gatherings large and small emphasized shared concerns — not violence — in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd.
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I distanced myself from the company because they weren’t delivering what they said.” A few hours earlier, I had called the owner of VPL Medical LLC, a company outside Los Angeles that had gotten a $6.
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The San Bernardino Sun
A week after the death of George Floyd prompted national unrest, faith leaders and others implored San Bernardino County leaders to consider the traumatic effects of racism on the black community.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputies learned of potential looting Monday at Victoria Gardens in Rancho Cucamonga and prevented it with multiple arrests, officials said Tuesday. “Deputies saturated the area to ensure the safety of the citizens and businesses,
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Mohave Valley Daily News
The San Bernardino County Department of Public Health has confirmed 208 deaths associated with COVID-19 SBC released statistics on COVID-19. A total of 64,604 patients have been tested. Of the 5,501 who tested positive,
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Fontana Herald News
Nineteen additional San Bernardino County jail inmates have tested positive for COVID-19, the county said in a news release on June 2.
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Fontana Herald News
Additional coronavirus testing sites, including ones in cities next to Fontana, have been opened up this week, according to San Bernardino County officials.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Southern California protesters demanding justice for George Floyd recently have been met by opposition, some counterprotesters carrying weapons, others engaging in fisticuffs — a trend that will continue in the days ahead,
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San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Black Lives Matter protests are more often being met by opposition. Does this escalate the tension and the possibility for violence?
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San Gabriel Valley Tribune
The Clearman’s chain has reopened dining areas at all five of its restaurants with social distancing and other restrictions, according to a news release. Bars are closed, guests are asked to wait for their tables outside,
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Landscaped median to be paved temporarily near 10 Freeway so Euclid bridge can carry traffic during rebuilding.
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The Press-Enterprise
Our reader essentially wants to know if he can use the carpool lane of a metered on-ramp as a solo driver with FasTrak and the answer is no. The first lane to which Bayus is referring is the high occupancy vehicle (HOV) or carpool lane .
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Plastics News
The company announced June 2 that it is building a 159,000-square-foot injection molding and assembly plant in Vineland, N.J., a few miles from Comar's existing plant in Buena, N.J. The announcement comes less than four months after Comar announced plans to build a 230,
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Associated Press
(A-G) is proud to announce their digital collection management solution, MONTAGE, has been purchased by the New Mexico State Library. The addition of this software to their resources will improve the state’s efforts to capture,
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