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Two years after being indicted in a major San Bernardino County corruption case, Mark Kirk is back in the political arena. Comment?
Three small brush fires burned about 10 acres Wednesday afternoon near where the 215 and 15 freeways split, forcing lane closures as heavy smoke and flames impeded traffic. Comment?
San Bernardino County Chief Executive Officer Greg Devereaux presented the first budget projections for the next fiscal year to the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday. Comment?
Members of the Justice for Immigrants Coalition of Inland Southern California as well as other immigrant and workers' rights supporters marched through downtown San Bernardino Wednesday in honor of International Workers Day. Comment?
A Hesperia father and son team was arrested Friday morning for allegedly breaking into a Claremont home, police authorities said. Comment?
The athletes took their positions and when they got the signal they were off, each putting all of their heart and energy into their leg of the 4x100 meter relay race at Saturday's 16th annual Southern California/Western San Bernardino Area Games. Comment?
A pair of bills to overturn the state's controversial Fire Prevention Fee have passed the Assembly Natural Resources Committee. Comment?
Christopher Street, 27, of Montrose is being held at the Victor Valley Jail on suspicion of robbery, according to San Bernardino County Sheriff's booking information. Comment?
A 16-year-old Hesperia teen walked into a High Desert nail salon Wednesday morning with his hands tied behind his back and reported he had been kidnapped the day before. Comment?
The acting superintendent of Hesperia Unified has cut his spring break short to deal with charges that one of the district's schools is discriminating against gay students. Comment?
The acting superintendent of Hesperia Unified has cut his spring break short to deal with charges one of the district's schools is discriminating against gay students. Comment?
Related story: New heart sought for Paisley Mae at Loma Linda University Children's Hospital APPLE VALLEY -- Paisley Mae Arnold, the 4-month-old Apple Valley infant who needs a heart transplant, was successfully placed on a Berlin Heart earlier this week and is still waiting for a donor. Comment?
It's been a roller-coaster ride of emotions for the Arnold family since they learned their tiny, infant daughter not only had a heart condition but also needed a heart transplant if she had any hope of surviving. Comment?
After months of legal wrangling and political drama, the parents who helped oust the teachers and administrators they say failed their children got to meet the woman soon to be in charge of their school. Comment?
James Wijnhamer has always enjoyed helping others. That's, in part, why he joined the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department. Comment?
On Valentine's Day during Paisley Mae Arnold's four-month check-up, her parents, Rick and Charity Arnold, insisted a physician take notice of Paisley's lingering symptoms of a persistent cough and wheeze. Comment?
An Inland Empire assemblyman wants to shave up to 9 percent off the cost of every college textbook sold in the state. Comment?
A graphic produced by the National Weather Service shows a heavy snow band that has been moving across the Inland Empire this morning. Comment?
Three High Desert young men, at least one still in high school, were killed Saturday night in a violent head-on crash with an alleged drunken driver. Comment?
Three teens, including 18-year-old Tyler Shane Correll of Hesperia, were killed Saturday night when they were involved in a violent head-on crash in Johnson Valley with a suspected drunken driver, officials said. Comment?