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It has been five weeks since the skeletal remains of Joseph and Summer McStay and their two young sons were found buried in the high desert near Victorville.
The memorial will be at noon Jan. 4 at the Vineyard Community Church in Laguna Niguel, followed by a paddle-out at the San Clemente Pier at 2 p.m. The Fallbrook family had been missing since February 2010.
The two-year battle for control of a High Desert elementary school will be making its way to movie screenings early next year.
VICTORVILLE While a 3-D printing machine steadily constructed a blue plastic vase in the background, Victor Valley College students met to discuss the future of their robotics club.
VICTORVILLE Barbara Dew took her seat as the new president of the Victor Valley Union High School District school board on Thursday night.
HESPERIA With a bundle of gifts flung on his back, Santa Claus told the boys and girls of Hesperia High School that a bigger present could be waiting for them.
SAN BERNARDINO Bedecked with engineer hats, 1,000 special children will ride the 23rd BNSF Santa Claus Express with Santa Claus and his helpers as they travel through Southern California with a stop in Victorville on Monday.
VICTORVILLE A local deli was recognized for giving adults with developmental disabilities a chance to work - a not-common-enough occurrence, a local organization says.
VICTORVILLE Two buildings in Victorville were engulfed in flames after a late-night fire Thursday, destroying one and damaging the other, according to a San Bernardino County Fire news release.
VICTORVILLE A group of women from Heritage Victor Valley Medical Group's senior citizen crochet club dropped off approximately 100 children's blankets and 40 beanies at High Desert Homeless Services on Thursday.
The CHiPs for Kids program has existed 25 years. All toys collected by the CHP Victorville office will go to High Desert children in need, according to CHP spokesman Matt Hunt.