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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    The San Bernardino City Council’s Wednesday, April 1, meeting will not be open to the public due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. The public will be able watch live video and email or call with comments, according to the agenda. The move is “an effort to protect public health and prevent the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and to enable ...
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    In all, there were 291 confirmed cases in the county as of Monday afternoon, a 25% increase from Sunday, when there were 233 cases. In San Bernardino County, three COVID-19 deaths had been reported and 111 cases, while Orange County reported four deaths and 464 cases. Los Angeles County, which has a much larger population, has confirmed 44 ...
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    “It doesn’t feel right to campaign right now,” said Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh, a Republican seeking a state Senate seat representing parts of Riverside and San Bernardino counties. The virus, which led to the certification deadline for the March 3 primary to be extended to late April, is changing how a May 12 Inland special election will take plac
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Valley View Casino & Hotel in Valley Center has extended its closure through April 16, officials for the casino announced on Monday, March 30. A letter from Valley View’s General Manager Bruce Howard posted on Valley View’s website said that officials planned to reopen the casino, hotel and restaurants at 8 a.m., April 17, “but as we all ...
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    Valley View Casino & Hotel in Valley Center and the Agua Caliente casinos in the Coachella Valley both recently announced plans to extend their coronavirus-related closures. Valley View has extended its closure through April 16, officials for the casino announced on Monday, March 30. The casino previously said it was hoping to reopen April 3 ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Walt Disney Co. Chairman Bob Iger will give up his salary, and other executives will take cuts in pay, in response to park closings and other hardships tied to the coronavirus. In a note to senior executives Monday, the company’s new chief executive officer, Bob Chapek, said the cuts begin April 5 and last indefinitely. His salary is being ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    We don’t yet know the toll that COVID-19 will have on lives and health, but it is frightening. And so is the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The Labor Department reported that 3.28 million people, including over 186,000 in California, filed initial unemployment claims in the week that ended March 21. Before the record-setting ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    The 267-acre project, which aims to redevelop the former Lake Dolores Waterpark in the unincorporated community of Newberry Springs, was approved by the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors Tuesday, March 24. Supervisors approved a General Plan amendment and a conditional use permit for the project. Plans include rehabbing the 41-acre ...
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  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    If the influenza epidemic of a century ago is giving us any clues, it’s obvious there’s no quick end in sight.
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    NEW YORK — Macy’s will furlough a majority of its 130,000 workers with its stores dark. The company on Monday said it is transitioning to an ‘’absolute minimum workforce” needed to maintain basic operations. Online operations won’t be hit as hard. Employees who are enrolled in health benefits will continue to receive coverage with ...
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    Economists from Claremont McKenna College, CSU San Bernardino and the University of Redlands are among those who will provide analysis for these surveys. The first round of comments are needed by today, Monday, March 30. The survey can be found at bit.ly/2UzyHic. Status Update is written by Inland Empire business reporter Jack Katzanek and ...
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    Omnitrans, which serves a wide swath of San Bernardino County from Montclair to Yucaipa, is still operating buses on all 32 routes, said Nicole Ramos, an agency spokeswoman. But Omnitrans has cut the number of trips on those routes in half. Since Monday, March 23, buses running every 15 minutes have been picking up passengers every 30 minutes ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Los Angeles has surpassed 2,000 people, Los Angeles County public health officials announced Sunday, March 29. Officials also reported five new deaths related to COVID-19, the disease resulting from the novel coronavirus, and 332 new cases. A total of 2,136 residents of the county are now confirmed ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    He was supposed to be paroled in December. Wilson is incarcerated from San Bernardino County for possession of a controlled substance for sale. He was scheduled for parole in April 2021.
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Tests confirmed that two more deputies with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department have contracted COVID-19, officials said Sunday, March 29. The two patients were resting at home with flu-like symptoms over the weekend, Sheriff’s officials said in a news release. They have been off duty for a week, and were under self-quarantine ...
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