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San Bernardino, California is located in San Bernardino County. Zip codes in San Bernardino, CA include 92404, 92403, and 92411. The median home price in San Bernardino is $200,000 which is roughly $144/per square foot. More San Bernardino information.

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3 hrs ago | San Bernardino County Sun

Route 66 Cruisina Reunion returns to Ontario for second installment

Vince Ortega, left, of Temecula, and his cousin Henry Ortega, of Riverside, polish a 1979 Chevy El Camino during the 2013 Rendezvous Back to Route 66at San Manuel Stadium in San Bernardino. And last year's Route 66 Cruisin' Reunion was exactly the kind of car meet that he and the Inland Empire GTO club like to cruise through.

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7 hrs ago | San Bernardino County Sun

Man shoots at people by ice cream truck in San Bernardino

SAN BERNARDINO >> A man shot at a group of people surrounding an ice cream truck on Sunday afternoon and then retreated into his home, prompting evacuations and a response from the Police Department's SWAT team. No one was injured in the shooting in the 700 block of West 19th Street, according to residents and police Lt.

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8 hrs ago | The Press-Enterprise

Inland Weather: Heat wave still only halfway through

The Inland area sweltered through the fifth day of a heat wave Sunday, with triple-digit temperatures in the forecast for four more days. Along with a heat advisory, the part of west-central Riverside County was under a severe thunderstorm warning for part of Sunday afternoon.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Examiner.com

Irresponsible owner drags unwilling puppy back into busy shelter for second time

In February, at 13-weeks of age, Scooby happily eluded the fatal consequences of the high kill, busy California San Bernardino City Shelter. Just an adorable tan and black German shepherd and boxer blend puppy, he was hard to resist.

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Redlands Daily Facts

Redlandsa Smiley Elementary hosts annual campout

REDLANDS >> Dozens of tents were set up on around Smiley Elementary School's track Friday night as families prepared for the school's annual campout. Smiley's PTA vice president Crystal Colbert said she was expecting about 700 participants in the night's games and other activities, though only about 350 would stay overnight.

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Examiner.com

2014 Route 66 Cruisin' Reunion in Ontario, CA

Over 250,000 enthusiasts are expected to come celebrate the iconic Route 66 for three days starting Friday, September 19th, 2014. Two miles of cruise route along historic Euclid Avenue enticed a crowd of almost 150,000 last year at the "Route 66 Cruisin Reunion" in historic Downtown Ontario .

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Lake Elsinore Valley News

Simulation offers glimpse in the lives of those less fortunate

Ever wonder what it's like to live in poverty? How to make the decision of paying for groceries or medical care, or what resources are available to help make ends meet during a tough financial time? The Poverty Simulation scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 16 should answer all these questions and more according to Richard Lemire, senior public information specialist with Community Action Partnership of Riverside County.

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KCDZ 107.7 FM

Free Federal Surplus Food Distribution Monday

The third Monday of September is the day for most of the monthly distributions of surplus federal food in the Morongo Basin.

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San Bernardino County Sun

Man expected to survive San Bernardino shooting

Police met the victim in the 3500 block of East 21st Street about 9:30 p.m. A forensic officer photographed a two-door, red SUV that was parked on the street with a damaged driver's window. Police Sgt.

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San Bernardino County Sun

Plane enthusiasts gather at San Bernardino airport during wildfires

SAN BERNARDINO >> John Gibson was driving down Tippecanoe Avenue on Friday afternoon when he spotted an airplane he recognized overhead, so he steered his automobile to the San Bernardino International Airport. He found a seat on the top row of shaded, wooden bleachers and opened his senses to the sights, sounds and smells of airplanes taking off, landing and restocking on flame retardant to fight the Silverado Fire, a wildfire burning about 35 miles away, near Corona.

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San Bernardino County Sun

Heritage House a trip back in time

On the face of it, San Bernardino doesn't look like it has a very rich architectural history. Parts of it are completely run down or, on the outskirts, there are new and shining buildings that are hardly the stuff of years gone by.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

San Bernardino County Sun

EXCLUSIVE: San Bernardino teacher accused of racist slur in classroom

San Bernardino >> A Cajon High School math teacher used a racist slur while referring to black students in her class, according to a student's family. San Bernardino City Unified School District officials later acknowledged that a Cajon High teacher used “inappropriate language” in class and that “disciplinary action” was taken.

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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

San Bernardino Youth Chorus plans youth auditions

Open rehearsals for singers ages 8 to 14 those interested in auditions for the San Bernardino Youth Chorus will be held Wednesday from 4;30 to 5:30 p.m. The rehearsals will be at the First Congregational Church, 3041 Sierra Way, San Bernardino. The chorus is directed by its founder Michael Tacchia.

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Redlands Daily Facts

Los Angelesa OverDoz opens for OutKast, Childish Gambino in San Bernardino

Kent Jamz, of the Los Angeles area-based hip-hop group OverDoz , is getting an early gift opening for legendary Atlanta hip-hop duo OutKast in San Bernardino on Saturday. Jamz was born in Atlanta, the hometown to the hip-hop duo of Andre 3000 and Big Boi, but moved to Los Angeles on age 6. “OutKast is the product of my generation.

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Examiner.com

Unique, handsome German shepherd is past his 'due out' date

A handsome German shepherd who was taken in as a stray on September 3 at the San Bernardino City Animal Control in California is already past his "due out" date. The young dog, who is not yet two years of age, is urgently in need of an adopter or rescue agency to help him leave the busy animal control facility.

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San Bernardino County Sun

Brush fire sparks near 330 and Highland, firefighters stop forward movement

SAN BERNARDINO >> Firefighters stopped a brush fire that broke out in the early morning hours in the canyon above Highland Avenue near Highway 330. Firefighters got hose lines through the rough terrain quickly to battle the blaze, holding the blaze at about an acre, officials said, but not before smoke and ashes filled surrounding neighborhoods.

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GlobeNewswire

Cesar Rosas Named Senior Vice President of Pan American Bank

Pan American Bank , the oldest Hispanic community bank in the Western United States, announced today that Cesar Rosas has been named to Senior Vice President. "We are proud to announce the promotion of Cesar," said Robb Evans, Chairman of the Board.

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KCDZ 107.7 FM

Food Distribution in Joshua Tree Tomorrow

Not all local federal surplus food distributions are on the third Monday of the month. Reporter Dan Stork tells about another one in Joshua Treea The Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino will distribute surplus food to low-income residents on Friday, September 12, at the Way Station, 61722 Commercial Street, in Joshua Tree.

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Hesperia Star

Congresswoman responds to supervisors' concerns over proposed monument status Updated at

The congresswoman spearheading a drive to create a San Gabriel Mountains National Monument responded to the San Bernardino County Supervisors' vote on a resolution to withhold support until further dialogue is conducted. "Our communities and stakeholders have been engaged in conversations for over a decade - during which I and others involved have actively encouraged wide-ranging input," Rep. Judy Chu, D-Pasadena, said in an email.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

San Bernardino County Sun

San Bernardino wins 2 victories against firefighters union in bankruptcy court

RIVERSIDE >> San Bernardino officials' budget-balancing efforts won two victories in U.S. Bankruptcy Court here Thursday at the expense of the firefighters union. In a tentative ruling, Bankruptcy Judge Meredith Jury agreed to reject the current bargaining agreement between firefighters and the city, allowing the city to impose a new contract of its choosing.

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