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A 33-year-old Colton man was found dead early Sunday morning at Barton Road and Canal Street in Grand Terrace, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department reports.

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The San Bernardino County district attorney's office has declared the fatal officer-involved shooting of Michael Aaron Fitzgerald, 27, of Grand Terrace on July 27, 2017, by Cpl. Eric Rose and Deputy Gregory Gary of the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department was justified.   

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The body of an unidentified man was found burned Friday night in a dry lake bed in Joshua Tree, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department reports.

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An at-risk missing 17-year-old Riverside County girl was found at noon Tuesday, Aug. 13, in downtown San Bernardino and is a victim of the commercialized sex industry, according to the San Bernardino County Human Trafficking Task Force.

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Two 27-year-old men out on active parole for multiple felonies were arrested on charges of pimping and pandering on Tuesday, Aug. 13, in Ontario, according to the San Bernardino County Human Trafficking Task Force.

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Rodriguez Ranch: 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 24, Redlands Benchwarmers presents “Mark Wood and the Parrot Head Band.” Listen to the Jimmy Buffet tribute band and enjoy a buffet dinner catered by Mill Creek Cattle Co. Dinner starts at 5 p.m., band starts at 7. Tickets $50 online redlandsbenchwar…

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The bowl’s season finale features former Redlands Bowl Young Artist Competition Winner, Vijay Venkatesh, performing Grieg’s beloved Piano Concerto in A Minor with the Redlands Symphony Orchestra, followed by Tchaikovsky’s great Symphony No. 5. As is traditional, the season will close with a …

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It’s no secret that the Inland Empire’s economy is growing by leaps and bounds. As part of this development, technology innovators have been working to grow an entrepreneurial ecosystem that’s taking on a life of its own with the help of recent grants to UC Riverside by the U.S. Economic Dev…

Despite three closures in three days, officials say Redlands will be fine. Over three days last week, three important businesses in Redlands announced they will close. Yet city leaders contend Redlands has seen “strong business and retail growth recently.”

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Like money in the bank, local groundwater aquifers have seen record-breaking deposits this year with a staggering 20 billion gallons saved so far and another two months still left in the water year, the San Bernardino Valley Water Conservation District has announced.

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Plans to open a 700,000-square-foot warehouse on the former Norton Air Force Base in San Bernardino continue generating heated debates as supporters, including some elected officials and union reps, clash with environmental groups and concerned residents on what is best for the space.

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Do you love to garden and want to share your knowledge with your community? If so, consider applying to the University of California Cooperative Extension San Bernardino County Master Gardener program.

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Ella Marie Harty, a pioneer in special education in the Yucaipa public school system, died on Tuesday, Aug. 6. She was 91.

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Dale L. Burns, a decorated U.S. Air Force colonel who worked for the San Bernardino City Unified School District for 17 years, died on Friday, Aug. 9. He was 91.

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The Asistencia is getting lots of love and attention lately as Redlands Conservancy volunteers work to get the historic site ready for major events happening this fall — weddings, meetings and the conservancy's own annual social on Oct. 5.

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Think about it, and then finish the sentence. It’s not at all hard to do, wouldn’t you agree? And that’s probably because there is no right or wrong answer. In fact, once we get started, the creative juices really begin to flow and there’s no limit to the answers, right?

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In a region that has already seen two 20-year droughts, the San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District continues to invest in water supplies to help the region sustain prolonged droughts.  A new program offered by Valley District provides financial incentive to local water agencies for p…

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The new school year is underway and the Redlands Unified School District has big plans to increase community engagement and student success.

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Family Service Association of Redlands is one of the oldest nonprofit organizations in San Bernardino County. Originally called Associated Charities of Redlands, it was founded in 1898 by Alfred Smiley with the mission to “Alleviate Poverty, Encourage Self-Sufficiency, and Promote the Dignit…

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Something that stands out about Redlands Unified School District schools is the abundance of colorful and intricate murals gracing the sides of classrooms and playground walls.

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With peak fire season approaching, a fuels reduction project along Interstate 15 in the Cajon Pass was completed last week by an interagency effort between the U.S. Forest Service, CAL FIRE, Caltrans, California Highway Patrol and the San Bernardino County Fire Department. Grasses and brush …

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Beaver Medical Group and one of its physicians, Dr. Sherif Khalil, have agreed to pay more than $5 million to resolve allegations that they reported invalid diagnoses to Medicare Advantage, causing the plans to receive inflated payments from Medicare, the U.S. Justice Department announced on…

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Beattie, Cope and Clement middle schools: 6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 21, 6th Grade Back to School NightBeattie, Cope and  Clement middle schools: 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 22, 7th/8th Grade Back to School NightClement Middle School: All day Thursday, Aug. 29, Fundraiser at Mod Pizza.Citrus Valley Hi…

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Three local service clubs took more than 100 youth from Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Redlands-Riverside back-to-school shopping on Aug. 3.

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One well-written sentence can transport people to magical places. It can also enchant, surprise and even caress their brains. A whole book can shape lives, transform communities, guide humankind.

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In my bachelor days, I became hopelessly lost whenever the time came to buy clothes.

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Joslyn Senior Center: 1 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 10, Ice Cream Social. Sons of Norway’s Soldalen Lodge in Redlands invites you to a free ice cream social and Norwegian language lesson.