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Plastic Bag Manufacturers Buy Time as Bag Ban Is on Hold

On September 30 of this year, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Senate Bill 270, banning grocery and convenience stores from selling single-use plastic bags, but allowing the sale…

Students Return 40 Years Later to Honor Teachers

On January 23, 2015 two events will take place to celebrate local teachers for outstanding service, by students they taught over 40 years ago. 9:30-10:30 am at Manuel A. Salinas…

Man Shoots Ice Cream Truck and Officers; Two Schools on Lockdown

By Vickie Vértiz A man in San Bernardino barricaded himself inside his house for hours, creating a standoff that ended Sunday night. The house burst into flames and police then…

Coming right up: BBQ food truck goes brick and mortar

By Vickie Vértiz Many food trucks aspire to turn their businesses into permanent events. In San Bernardino, the steady flow of ravenous customers flocking to downtown farmers market and to…

SBCUSD Announces New District Police Chief

SBCUSD Announces New District Police Chief

A veteran police officer recognized for creating a safe environment for students to learn, grow, and succeed has been sworn in as the new chief of the San Bernardino City…

Multiple Law Enforcement Agencies Team Up to Stop Gangs

By Vickie Vértiz In what is being heralded as a dent in on-going violence, thirty-three people were arrested in a three-month investigation that culminated on December fifth as part of…

Free Flu Vaccine Could Save the Lives of Local Students

Each year, about 200,000 Americans are hospitalized because of flu complications. In 2013, 105 children died from the flu, and 90 percent of those children never received the flu vaccine.…

Union Sinks to Deceit in Ploy for More Taxpayer Money

The California Nurses Association, the union that represents County nurses, is attempting to deceive the public in its effort to justify a planned two-day abandonment of patients and its demands…

Elementary School Opens a Free Store for Families in Need

Elementary School Opens a Free Store for Families in Need

By Vickie Vértiz The staff at Mildred Dalton Henry Elementary know the strengths of their bright students, and they also know some of the difficulties their families face this, and…

Oldest Mexican Restaurant in the Inland Empire is a National Success

Oldest Mexican Restaurant in the Inland Empire is a National Success

When the San Bernardino County Sun News visited the Mitla Café recently, the reporter noticed several articles from The New York Times, NPR, and other national news outlets posted in…

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