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The San Bernardino Sun
Seven more deaths and 110 new cases of the novel coronavirus were confirmed in San Bernardino County on Saturday, June 6. At least 224 people have died of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus ...
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The San Bernardino Sun
Most cities and counties in Southern California have canceled curfews after ordering them throughout the week following unrest across the country after the death of George Floyd. Several still ...
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The Press-Enterprise
Fire investigators remained at Falkner Winery in Temecula on Saturday, June 6 to determine the cause of a fire that burned through a building overnight and caused roughly $5 million in damages ...
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The Press-Enterprise
Life — or death, perhaps — is about to go a bit back to normal. On Tuesday, June 9, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will begin contacting families who were unable to hold burial ...
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Tesla Motors Club
Tesla may build a 12-passenger electric van to be used in high-speed tunnels dug by the Boring Company, according to a report from the Mercury News. The information emerged from a San Bernardino County Transportation Authority meeting that included a proposal from Boring Company to construct a tunnel connecting Rancho Cucamonga with Ontario International
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Tesla Motors Club
Tesla may build a 12-passenger electric van to be used in high-speed tunnels dug by the Boring Company, according to a report from the Mercury
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Champion Newspapers
A day after Chino Hills Community Park was burglarized of several items, including a John Deere Gator utility vehicle, police arrested a 28-year-old transient from Placentia.
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The Press-Enterprise
A Fontana man who is a police officer was arrested Thursday on suspicion of raping a drugged victim. The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department said the Fontana Police Department requested ...
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The Press-Enterprise
Eastvale City Hall will reopen to the public Monday, June 8, after closing to slow the spread of the coronavirus. City Hall will be available for walk-ins Monday through Thursday, between 8 a.m ...
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The San Bernardino Sun
San Manuel Casino announced Friday that it will be opening to the general public on Monday, June 15 with safety precautions in place after three months of being closed due to concerns over the ...
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The Press-Enterprise
A Riverside County supervisor is seeking a review of Sheriff’s Department use-of-force and other policing policies in hopes of preventing what happened to George Floyd from occurring here and ...
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The Press-Enterprise
The latest update of novel coronavirus numbers in Riverside County posted Friday, June 5, show a 7.6% increase in cases over the past two days, with the county’s COVID-19 death toll rising by 10 ...
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The San Bernardino Sun
peaceful push for change Protesters pour into DC for city’s largest demonstration yet Demonstrators march from Ontario to Rancho Cucamonga for Black Lives Matter Curfews in place Saturday night ...
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Los Angeles Times
A Friday afternoon protest at Santa Monica City Hall turned into a raucous Q&A between peaceful protesters and the city police chief, interim city manager and mayor. Mayor Kevin McKeown and ...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Los Angeles County officials said Friday, June 5, that they are closely watching numbers that could signal an increase in hospitalizations due to the coronavirus over the next two-to-four weeks ...
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The Press-Enterprise
Health departments in Riverside and San Bernardino counties halted routine inspections of restaurants and other food facilities due to state orders to limit activity during the coronavirus ...
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