Victorville Local Business
Local business in Victorville, CA
10 hrs ago | via Victorville Daily Press
A 9-year-old Victorville girl is suffering from a fractured skull and is fighting for her life at a Los Angeles hospital after being involved in a traffic collision when a Porsche drove through a wall at Los Angeles International Airport Sunday night, the girl's mother said. The girl's mother gave the Daily Press permission to access her Facebook page updates Monday, but asked that she and her daughter remain anonymous for their own privacy. According to a post on her mother's Facebook page just after midnight Monday, the girl underwent a CT scan Sunday night which showed she had two broken bones in her skull and was bleeding from her brain. Comment?
Friday May 29 | via CBS Local
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Wednesday May 27 | via Victorville Daily Press
High Desert municipal officials and economic development personnel attended the recent annual International Council of Shopping Centers and saw increasing promise for the region. The group of five municipalities - Adelanto, Apple Valley, Barstow, Hesperia and Victorville - are marketing the region with the brand name Opportunity High Desert and manned a booth for the May 17 to 20 event in Las Vegas. Comment?
Wednesday May 27 | via Curbed
A precursor to today's "experience-based tourism," the working dude ranch was enormously popular. Only 90 or so miles away from Los Angeles, these ranches-with names like the Lazy W, Yucca Loma Ranch, C Bar G Ranch, and Three Sage Hens-were centered primarily around Victorville and neighboring Apple Valley. Comment?
Friday May 22 | via NBC San Diego
Once again the preliminary hearing for the man accused of killing a Fallbrook family of four was postponed Friday, set to pick up next month, if all goes according to plan. Charles Merritt is accused of murdering his former business partner, Joseph McStay, along with Joseph's wife, Summer McStay, and the couple's two sons, 4-year-old Gianni McStay and 3-year-old Joseph Mateo McStay in February 2010. Comment?
Wednesday May 20 | via NBC San Diego
The man accused of killing a Fallbrook family of four has hired a legal team to represent him, his new attorneys confirmed Wednesday. Charles Merritt decided to retain the services of the Mettias Law firm the same week his preliminary hearing was supposed to move forward . Comment?
Friday May 15 | via Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
San Bernardino County prosecutors on Tuesday will begin presenting evidence against Charles “Chase” Merritt, accused of killing a Fallbrook family in their home in 2010 and burying their bodies in the Mojave Desert near Victorville. During a brief hearing Friday in San Bernardino Superior Court, Merritt, 58, told Judge Michael A. Smith he was ready to move forward with his preliminary hearing on Tuesday. Comment?
Friday May 15 | via Victorville Daily Press
Gasoline priced at $3 a gallon was nice while it lasted. Especially for Cajon Pass commuters, whose monthly gas bills usually rank in the top three of their highest monthly expenses, behind only rent/mortgage and food. Comment?
Friday May 15 | via The San Diego Union-Tribune
Charles "Chase" Merritt waits in the courtroom at the San Bernardino Justice Center for a pretrial hearing to begin in the courtroom of Judge Michael Smith on Feb. 19, 2015. He's accused of killing the McStay family of Fallbrook. Comment?
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