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A convicted felon who went to pick up a recently released inmate from the West Valley Detention Center was arrested for possession of loaded weapons, ammunition and a baggie of marijuana Friday night.  And he had two young children in his car.

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A convicted felon was arrested Tuesday night in Highland after a stolen handgun and a loaded magazine was discovered in his car during a traffic stop. He was also charged with resisting arrest.

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The Apple Fire, which as burned more than 41 square miles and caused the evacuation of nearly 8,000 people, was caused by a diesel-fueled vehicle emitting burning carbon from the exhaust system, according to Cal Fire.

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An evacuation warning has been ordered for Potato Canyon to Raymond Flat in the Oak Glen because of the Apple Fire, which has burned more than 4,000 acres and has not yet been contained, according to Cal Fire.Evacuation orders are in place for residents south of County Line Road, north of Du…

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An evacuation warning has been ordered from Potato Canyon to Raymond Flat in Oak Glen because of the Apple Fire, which has burned more than 4,000 acres and has is not yet contained, according to CalFire.

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A “defund the police” rally held Tuesday to protest a black man being forced to get out of his car and handcuffed after a traffic stop led to a half-hour shouting match with a “defend the police” protest, amplified by bullhorns.

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A break in a 16-inch water transmission line has been repaired and the system was placed back in full operation Friday following two rounds of state-mandated testing to ensure the water quality.z

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­Because of increases in positive test results, hospitalizations and ICU admissions, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Monday, July 13, further mandates to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

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A 32-year-old Highland man was shot and killed around midnight Saturday, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department reports.

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Illegal fireworks soared into the sky late into the night over Independence Day weekend, creating thousands of calls for service throughout the Inland Empire.

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The R is 15 miles away from the University of Redlands, standing 415 feet tall and 275 feet wide. When it was first established in 1913, it was the largest college emblem in the world, according to the forward in the 1915 yearbook.

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The Redlands Fire Department responded to a vegetation fire in a vacant field along Lugonia Avenue near New York Street late Wednesday, July 1. No injuries were reported.

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The Redlands Fire Department responded to a report of a structure fire at a home in the 700 block of Buena Vista Street Wednesday afternoon, July 1. The fire was extinguished by fire sprinklers prior to the arrival of fire crews. No injuries were reported.

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It felt like the good old days of three months ago at the Saturday morning farmers market in downtown Redlands — except that the vendors and patrons were wearing masks.

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While most professional Fourth of July fireworks shows have been canceled locally this year because of public health restrictions on public gatherings, the Redlands Fire Department and the city of Redlands are reminding residents that all other fireworks – including so-called “safe and sane”…

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Seven additional San Bernardino County jail inmates have tested positive for COVID-19. Five inmates are at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, and two are at the Central Detention Center in San Bernardino.

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As we head into the summer months, the California Highway Patrol wants to remind motorists to ensure their vehicles are properly maintained and in good repair. Due to the pandemic, vehicles may have been idle for longer periods than normal and have not received the same daily attention to ma…

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The Ayres Hotel wants to show local law enforcement that it appreciates the work it takes to keep the streets of Redlands safe.

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A Black Lives Matter rally was held at Mountain Grove Shopping Center and Citrus Plaza on Friday, June 12, with a goal of exposing systemic racism and building pathways to help solve the issue.

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Sheriff’s deputies have arrested and jailed 31-year-old Loma Linda man after he was found with a missing juvenile girl on Friday, June 12, in a hotel in the 24000 block of University Avenue. They allege that he held the girl against her will, drugged her and raped her, according to a press release.

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SAN BERNARDINO — The San Bernardino County superintendent of schools will host a webinar called “A Watershed Moment — Policing, Protesting and Perspective” from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Thursday, June  25. The webinar is free and open to the public who register.

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While most professional Fourth of July fireworks shows have been canceled locally this year because of public health restrictions on public gatherings, the Redlands Fire Department and the city of Redlands are reminding residents that all other fireworks – including so-called “safe and sane”…

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A 19-year-old Hesperia man driving west on State Route 138 Saturday morning in Phelan allowed his truck to veer into the eastbound lanes and collided with a Jeep driven by a 30-year-old Phelan woman, the CHP reports. Both drivers died.

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The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department reports that a  21-year-old Grand Terrace man knocked on the door of a residence in the 11,000 block of Mount Vernon Avenue Wednesday morning. As the resident approached the door, she heard her mailbox open and shut. When she opened the door she…