A 39-year-old inmate threw toilet water in the face of a deputy sheriff at the Central Detention Center in San Bernardino, according to the department.
Work on the Redlands Passenger Rail project will cause intermittent lane closures on University Street from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily beginning through Wednesday, Jan. 22.
Rail work will cause a full-time closure at Richardson Street until Sunday while the Colton Avenue rail crossing will be closed during weekdays from Monday, Dec. 30, to Friday, Jan 10, according to the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority.
A pedestrian walking on Interstate 10 early Wednesday morning when killed he was struck by a Redlands driver, the California Highway Patrol reports.
California cities and counties can start applying for hundreds of millions of dollars in Emergency Homelessness Aid provided by the 2019-20 California budget, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Wednesday, Dec. 4, at the Veteran’s Village in Loma Linda.
Beginning on Friday, Dec. 6, the Redlands Police Department facility at 1270 W. Park Ave. will be closed temporarily due to installation of new flooring in the Emergency Operations Center, the city announced.
Two lanes of Interstate 10 east were closed on Thanksgiving after a drainpipe burst during a rainstorm on Thanksgiving at the Sixth Street onramp at Pearl Avenue in Redlands.
San Bernardino Country sheriff's homicide detectives have arrested a resident of Big Bear City found with stab wounds to his midsection in the shooting deaths of his roommates Monday afternoon.
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The opportunity to acquire military equipment, similar to that used in combat situations remains open for the Redlands Police Department as the City Council approved on Tuesday, Nov. 19, use of excess Department of Defense equipment.
The holidays are fast approaching and while you’re out shopping for the ideal Christmas gift, the perfect festive outfit, just the right ingredients for your holiday meal or the ultimate decorations to brighten up your home, the Redlands Police Department wants to remind you to be looking ou…
After strong opposition from San Bernardino County law enforcement and Morongo Basin residents, a Ventura County superior court judge decided on Nov. 8 not to relocate a convicted rapist and child molester to Joshua Tree.
The San Bernardino County Transportation Authority has announced the following road closures cause by the construction of the Redlands Passenger Rail Project.
The Redlands Police Department last week celebrated an officer who came to work in 1956 wearing a skirt and carrying a gun in her purse.
Redlands resident and former Corona-Norco Unified School District assistant superintendent of facilities along with the chief executive officer of a construction company were charged on Thursday, Nov. 7, with embezzling more than $1 million of public funds from the district.
Redlands Firefighters responded to a structure fire in a single-story home Sunday night, Nov. 3. One person was treated on the scene for smoke inhalation.
The San Bernardino County Human Trafficking Task Force, working with San Bernardino police, has arrested two Los Angeles residents of human trafficking of a minor.
A 65-year-old Grand Terrace woman running along Barton Road was killed when a suspected drunken driver struck her early Saturday morning near Newport Avenue in Loma Linda.
Road closures, traffic, and noise from heavy machinery and equipment continue throughout the city as construction of the Redlands Passenger Rail Project advances.
The Riverside County coroner’s office identified on Tuesday, Oct. 29, the second victim of the Sandalwood Fire in Calimesa as 61-year-old Hannah Labelle.
The Board of Parole at the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation recommended on Thursday, Oct. 24, that one of the suspects convicted in the murder of then 18-year-old Kelly Bullwinkle be granted parole.
The cities of Apple Valley, Chino Hills, Hesperia, Highland, Loma Linda, Rancho Cucamonga, Victorville and Yucaipa received a combined total of $465,500 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) for a one-year enforcement and education program. The money will fund various act…
The Sandalwood Fire directly impacted approximately 33 Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District students, who now rely on the community and social support to recover, said Superintendent Cali Binks.
The Little Mountain Fire that started Monday afternoon injured six people and damaged eight homes, two of which are now uninhabitable, according to the San Bernardino County Fire Department.
On Thursday, Aug. 29, a magnitude-3.0 earthquake shook the Redlands area at 10:17 a.m. . According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the earthquake occurred less than a mile from Yucaipa, one mile from Mentone, four miles from Moreno Valley and four miles from Highland.
The California Highway Patrol will join Fontana Police Department and Fontana School Police in a pedestrian safety enforcement operation focusing on motorists who fail to stop for a school bus with its flashing red lights activated and stop arm extended (if equipped). The enforcement opera…
Redlands firefighters, along with crews from the Loma Linda, San Bernardino County and San Manuel fire departments, extinguished a blaze in a second-story apartment unit in the 1200 block of East Lugonia Avenue Monday afternoon. Two cats were rescued from the otherwise unoccupied apartment.
An air tanker drops retardant on a fire at 9 a.m. Monday in the hills south San Timoteo Canyon Road west of Fern Street. The fire was south of the Union Pacific Railroad Tracks. A train could be heard rolling past the fire, but it was blocked by orange trees.
Using a drone, officers from the Redlands Police Department were recently able to find evidence of an armed robbery that will eventually be used in court against the suspect.
An alert from an automated license plate reader on a suspect vehicle led to the arrest Thursday of three men believed responsible for multiple residential burglaries in the area.
A Rialto man was arrested Wednesday morning for firing a BB gun at vehicles on Interstate 10 east of Cedar Avenue, shattering the windshield of one car and damaging others, the CHP reports.
Discussing evidence-based policing and its importance, as well as other police programs, Lt. Rachel Tolber of the Redlands Police Department held a candid presentation on Tuesday, Oct. 8, at the Ayres Hotel as part of the Redlands Chamber of Commerce “Coffee with …” series.
Two women have been arrested for mailing a greeting card to an inmate in the Central Detention Center found to contain black tar heroin, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department reports.
The Redlands Police Department (RPD) Citizen Volunteers (CVs) are gearing up for several major Redlands events in the coming months.
Redlands police arrested a 16-year-old San Bernardino boy following an armed robbery late Sunday night at a gas station convenience store.