County officials have said that technical problems with the state’s coronavirus reporting system led to an under-reporting of cases and the county’s database is catching up. San Bernardino County on Thursday saw the second-largest one-day increase in testing — 7,
In response to a recent statewide shortage in COVID-19 testing materials, San Bernardino County has contracted with a new supplier, Fulgent Genetics, to secure an adequate supply of test equipment and is now encouraging all County residents to get tested.
The Fifth Circuit on Thursday rejected a men’s rights group attempt to strike down the military’s all-male draft registration system as unconstitutional, finding that it cannot undo a 1981 Supreme Court decision “unless directed to do so by the court itself.
It described a process where elementary schools with safety plans can apply for waivers to reopen their campuses, even if their county is still on the state's COVID-19 watchlist. Long story short: the waivers only apply to approved elementary schools,
Wrap shares the days top five stories from our reporters at the Southern California Newspaper Group … And have everything delivered to you in our daily newsletters ONE: Columnist Mark Whicker writes the count is 0-2 after 13 Miami Marlins tested positive for COVID-19 after Major League Baseball’s opening weekend.
Burns died July 10 at Riverside Community Hospital of long-term health issues compromised by COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. Burns was a Vietnam veteran, a former Rubidoux High School assistant football coach and the father of DeChon Burns,
The coronavirus pandemic brought a halt to John W. North High School student Denise Campbell’s ability to physically being on the Riverside campus. But she didn’t let it stop her from being on the tennis court.
A School and UCLA football player who joined another man in attempting to rob a Jurupa Valley marijuana dispensary, during which an employee was shot, pleaded guilty Monday to being an accessory to a felony and was immediately sentenced to 80 days in jail and three years probation.