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  • The Press-Enterprise
    Fontana police in the past week have arrested several people on suspicion of price gouging, including a man who they say boosted prices more than 300% above normal retail. After Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency because of the coronavirus pandemic, laws preventing price gouging kicked in, making it illegal to sell an item for more ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    From many corners, California politicians and tax officials are under increasing pressure to extend the current April 10 deadline for paying property tax bills. The request is not unreasonable and there are many ways that government can assist homeowners who are under threat of hefty penalties or tax foreclosures. To date, our political leaders ...
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  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    The IE made a significant change in the way people eat through innovators like the McDonald brothers and Taco Bell’s Glen Bell, who got their start here. Hungry? Sign up for our weekly food newsletter The Eat Index and find out about the latest restaurant and brewery happenings in the Inland Empire.
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    Two 19-year-olds — one with a felony conviction and the other on probation — were arrested Friday, March 27, after weapons and illegal drugs were seized at a residence in Pomona, the Police Department said. The seizure came after a standoff at an apartment in the 500 block of East Phillips Boulevard. Officers serving a search warrant ...
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    With the emergence of the coronavirus, we find ourselves in a global pandemic of proportions that, in our lifetime, we have only watched in movies. Long forgotten by most, it has been 102 years since the Spanish flu of 1918. It was the deadliest flu in modern history, infecting more than a third of the global population at the time. While we ...
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  • San Gabriel Valley Tribune
    “We are not enforcing fare collection. We are trying to maintain social distancing for the bus operators,” said Felicia Friesema, spokesperson for Foothill Transit, which serves 13 million people a year in the San Gabriel Valley, Los Angeles and parts of the San Bernardino Valley. This avoidance of the bus operator is made possible by ...
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  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    The public health order applies to all LA County beaches, beach bathrooms, piers, promenades and beach bike paths in addition to previously announced closures of public trails, according to the
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Residents in San Bernardino and Riverside county mountain communities, like Big Bear Lake and Idyllwild, have a similar message for out-of-towners rushing to the great outdoors during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Though their economies rely on tourism, communities in the mountains and deserts are asking visitors to stay away, at least for ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    With horns honking and hands waving, over a dozen teachers from Hillside Elementary School in San Bernardino paraded through the streets in their vehicles to greet students while they remain at home during the coronavirus pandemic Friday afternoon. Students, along with their parents, ran to their front yards to wave, scream and shout hello to ...
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  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Someone broke into an unmarked Ontario Police Department vehicle and stole weapons, a badge and other equipment, but detectives were able to recover everything that was stolen and arrest a man Friday,
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    A survey of complaint investigations in San Bernardino County indicates some of them are for the usual issues — things like bugs and dirty bathrooms — but others are coronavirus-related: employees not wearing gloves or practicing social distancing.
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  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    The hotel, which is closed to the public, is serving as a quarantine facility for those in Los Angeles County who show symptoms of COVID-19, are awaiting test results or have tested positive for
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    The region had 129,300 more jobs in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties last month compared with February 2019, an uptick of 1.6%, according to a report Friday from state’s Employment Development Department. The data reflects a period before the COVID-19 pandemic upended the economy. Almost 8 million people were drawing ...
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    For several tumultuous days this month, judges in charge of the Riverside and San Bernardino County courts struggled to quickly turn a system designed to be open to the public and run on a constitutional clock into a stripped-down version that could function minimally in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. “My goal in approaching this ...
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  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    The testing, held for one day Events Center in San Bernardino, had 380 appointments, county spokesman David Wert said. Also Friday, updated figures showed the county had 64 confirmed cases of COVID-19,
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