breaking

A 40-year-old pedestrian was found dead early Sunday on State Route 210 near 30th Street in San Bernardino, the CHP reports. The cause of death has not been determined.

We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!

editor's pick
  • Updated

With the current COVID-19 vaccines showing strong effectiveness against the more contagious Delta variant, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says 97% of people entering hospitals nationwide with COVID-19 are unvaccinated, and nearly all of the deaths related to the virus are unv…

editor's pick

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Redlands-Riverside, Anthem Blue Cross and Ralphs Pharmacy have joined forces to offer four COVID-19 vaccination clinics for all Redlands and Riverside area residents at no cost — and a chance at $50 gift cards.

editor's pick

As part of a continuing efforts to increase accessibility to the public and best serve the needs of a diverse community, the Redlands Police Department has added a virtual crime reporting option, using Zoom.

breaking
  • Updated

San Bernardino County officials have been notified that the Liberty Healthcare Corporation has, for a second time, proposed housing a sexually violent predator (SVP) from Orange County in San Bernardino County – now in Newberry Springs, a town of less than 3,000 residents west of Barstow.

featured
  • Updated

U.S. Rep. Jay Obernolte toured illegal marijuana cultivation sites in San Bernardino County from the air alongside San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department officials on Saturday after sending a second letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland requesting federal assistance to address the l…

editor's pick
  • Updated

On Monday, July 19, the criminal grand jury indicted Yucaipa residents Refugio Manuel Jimenez Jr. and Angelina Renee Jimenez on 30 charges relating to the unintentional starting of the El Dorado Fire that burned 22,000 acres in San Bernardino and Riverside counties in September 2020.

Multimedia

breaking

A Loma Linda resident has been arrested after the theft of more than $11,000 worth of high-end photography equipment was reported stolen from the University Seventh Day Adventist Church in Loma Linda.

editor's pick

Despite a dramatic decline in new cases since the introduction of approved vaccines, San Bernardino County is continuing to see outbreaks of COVID-19. While most of these patients are not experiencing life-threatening illnesses, they still pose a threat to the county’s more vulnerable residents.

breaking

A 29-year-old Victorville woman walking in the northbound lanes of Interstate 215 was struck and killed Monday night in Grand Terrace, the CHP reports.

editor's pick
  • Updated

While San Bernardino County has experienced dramatic improvements in COVID-related cases, hospitalizations and deaths since the winter spike, doctors are continuing to treat patients suffering from the disease.

breaking

A felon on probation was charged with assaulting a sheriff’s deputy after a trying to flee on foot after a traffic stop around midnight Tuesday near Del Rosa Drive and Base Line.

California’s Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board (Cal/OSHA) adopted revised COVID-19 Prevention Emergency Temporary Standards on Thursday, June 17, stating vaccinated employees do not need to wear face masks.

breaking
  • Updated

Redlands firefighters responded to a structure fire in a single-story residence in the 700 block of Calle de Silva Tuesday morning, June 22. No injuries were reported.

breaking
  • Updated

A San Bernardin County Sheriff’s Department helicopter rescued a San Fernando Valley woman who went missing when returning from a hike in Ice House Canyon on Mount Baldy Friday afternoon.

breaking
  • Updated

Sheriff’s detectives are investigating the parents of 2-year-old girl who died in a backyard pool early Sunday after  deputies found unregistered firearms and a marijuana cultivation in their Chino Hills home.

editor's pick
  • Updated

California will reopen the economy on Tuesday, June 15, removing most COVID restrictions, but there is still guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

editor's pick

With the June 15 reopening, California will clear all industry and business sectors listed in the current Blueprint Activities and Business Tiers Chart to return to usual operations with no capacity limits or physical distancing requirements, with limited exceptions for mega events.

editor's pick

The Redlands City Council on Tuesday approved the continuation of the Fire Department's membership in the CONFIRE Joint Use Authority for 2021-22 and associated annual fees for $713,836.

breaking
  • Updated

Sheriff deputies responded to a man who reported a forced-entry residential robbery and had the suspect in custody around at 12:02 a.m. Thursday, May 27, in Yucaipa. They found the suspect suffering from a medical emergency and he was taken to Redlands Community Hospital where he was pronoun…