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  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Re “Riverside County further restricts gatherings, orders use of face coverings as coronavirus case count grows” (News, April 4): Dr. Cameron Kaiser has opened our eyes to the unjust power that a
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Americans always lose some constitutional rights during a crisis. Such infringements fall into three categories. The most egregious examples generate near-uniform disdain, but usually only once a crisis passes, and with the benefit of hindsight. Examples include President Franklin Roosevelt’s internment of Japanese Americans during World War ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Last week, a 26-year old Saugus man allegedly punched his mother because she hid the toilet paper from him. When the cops arrived the mom explained: “He uses too much.” I suspect there may be other issues involved. Still, the newspapers are filling up with the inexplicable and aberrant as if America was made up of 50 Floridas. Three weeks ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    A jail inmate and another San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department deputy have tested positive for the coronavirus, the agency said Saturday night. In a statement, the Sheriff’s Department said the positive test of an inmate at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga was the department’s first inmate to test positive for ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Six-year-old Danusia Francis sat in front of the TV of her family’s house in Kenilworth, England. Her curly hair bobbed up and down as her gaze was glued to Elena Zamolodchikova’s floor routine. She watched, studying every move and every skill of the Russian gymnast’s gold-medal routine at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Francis was hooked, her ...
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    The total annual revenues collected by nonprofits in Southern California average about 9 percent of the region’s GDP. In places like Los Angeles County and San Bernardino County, the nonprofit revenues are even higher, and they reach a high of 11 percent of GDP in San Diego County. Nonprofit jobs also tend to be good jobs, paying annual wages ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    On March 31, I held a tele-town hall with area health professionals to answer constituents’ questions about COVID-19. Constituents were rightly asking how to weather the perfect storm of public health and economic catastrophe that will test us all, but especially the mental health of many of our most vulnerable residents. We are confronting ...
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  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    A 28-year-old man was shot dead at an apartment complex in San Bernardino on Friday night, April 10, and police were searching for his killer, authorities said. San Bernardino officers responded to a shooting at the Acacia Park Apartments in the 5200 block of North Little Mountain Drive about 9:45 p.
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    “Who’s going to get a job right now? I might as well be useful,” said the 31-year-old former program manager at Cal State San Bernardino. To help returning volunteers get on their feet in the challenging environment, the Peace Corps and the National Peace Corps Association (a nonprofit organization that works on behalf of volunteers), are ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    LOS ANGELES — The small trial of an experimental antiviral drug positioned as a potential treatment for COVID-19 has shown encouraging results, Cedars-Sinai officials announced. According to an analysis co-authored by Dr. Jonathan Grein, the hospital’s director of epidemiology, improvement was observed in 68% of patients hospitalized with ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    LOS ANGELES — The small trial of an experimental antiviral drug positioned as a potential treatment for COVID-19 has shown encouraging results, Cedars-Sinai officials announced. According to an analysis co-authored by Dr. Jonathan Grein, the hospital’s ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    The trailers, purchased by the state, arrived Thursday, April 9, at the park near the Cajon Pass in San Bernardino County. They will house homeless individuals and families who have tested positive for COVID-19 or are suspected to have the illness. “When our medical experts give us their very best educated medical advice, that advice applies ...
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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Coronavirus in Redlands: COVID-19 coverage from The Redlands Daily Facts Coronavirus response in Highland includes free senior meals New San Bernardino County coronavirus billboards urge all to ‘Stay Home, Stay Safe’ No one really knows when casinos will reopen, but here are their best bets Drive-up and call-in public input? How coronavirus ...
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    Traffic near the 60-215 freeway interchange in Riverside looks like it’s Christmas Day. Riverside County allows drive-up religious services for Easter weekend Amid stay-at-home orders, a Southern California shelter runs out of pets San Bernardino County sees another coronavirus death, 81 more cases On roads emptied by coronavirus pandemic ...
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  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said Friday evening that the novel coronavirus has hit the city employee ranks hard, with two workers dying from the illness in recent days. “It saddens me
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