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  • The San Bernardino Sun
    NEW YORK — Stocks stumbled on Wall Street Friday, veering between modest and sharp losses, as worries flashed yet again about President Donald Trump’s trade war with China. The declines bookend a wild week where markets zoomed down, up and down again ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    The Oakland Raiders glitzy new stadium in Las Vegas is still a year away from opening, so the Rams will visit the venue affectionately referred to by some as “The Black Hole” for their first exhibition game of 2019 Saturday night in Oakland. The Rams ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    6. Desert Christian: On the upswing, but this is a tough league Aquinas player #21 Anthony Cooper brings down Notre Dame High runner #15Ashton Authementl, in the annual “Holy War”; rivalry game, at Aquinas, in San Bernardino, on Friday, September 14 ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    Regularly visiting museums and galleries in the area means you begin to recognize certain pieces that have become like old friends. Any visit to the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art includes saying hello to Jackson Pollock’s “Number One.” Any ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump said Friday he believes he has influence to rally Republicans around stronger federal background check laws as Congress and the White House work on a response to last weekend’s mass shootings in Texas and Ohio. At ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Growing up in Lytle Creek was a formative experience for Paris Langle. She referred to the small, remote community in the San Bernardino National Forest as magically weird and wonderful. Paris Langle is a Corona-based actress and writer. (Image courtesy ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    The linebacker is usually the heart and soul of a defense, and for USC last years it was no different. Which made the losses of seniors Porter Gustin and Cameron Smith such a blow to the Trojans, who have some big holes to fill at linebacker entering 2019 ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    This new law will ensure Californians’ right to display religious symbols on doors and in entryways Former cardinal’s letters raise a red flag, abuse experts say Latter-day Saints welcome new missionary leaders to San Bernardino, Riverside counties ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    The Gold Line will be going to Pomona. After a tense debate, the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments governing board voted Thursday, Aug. 8, to give up $126 million in discretionary transportation dollars to fully fund the Gold Line foothill ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    County officials have restricted access to the Santa Ana River in Jurupa Valley due to a possible outbreak of a deadly bacteria in the water, officials said. The closures include Downey Park, a popular access point to the Santa Ana River on the ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    County officials have restricted access to the Santa Ana River in Jurupa Valley due to a possible outbreak of a deadly bacteria in the water, officials said. The closures include Downey Park, a popular access point to the Santa Ana River on the ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Detectives revealed more details Thursday, Aug. 8, on where a Monrovia man suspected of assaulting and kidnapping his girlfriend had been seen, while the father of the victim made a plea for information that will help find his daughter. Robert Camou, 27 ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    Taco Bell’s hotel in Palm Springs is like Spring Break but with fewer hormonal college students and more Chalupas. Oh, and it’s not spring. Palm Springs is coming off its hottest July ever. The Bell: A Taco Bell Hotel and Resort opened Thursday, Aug. 8 ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Call it the loneliness of the long-distance Cardinals fan. I should add that one reason I like St. Louis is that it’s an underdog city, the Pomona or San Bernardino of the Midwest. But the team is often said to have the best fans in baseball. When I see ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    WASHINGTON — More than 200 mayors, including two anguished by mass shootings in Texas and Ohio, are urging the Senate to return to the Capitol to act on gun safety legislation amid criticism that Congress is failing to respond to back-to-back shootings ...

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