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Beaumont was first named Edgar Station, after a local physician, and the Southern Pacific Railroad laid its tracks through the San Gorgonio Pass, where current Beaumont is located. The tiny town provided a rest stop to travelers making their way through the Mojave Desert to the area that is now Los Angeles. When it was incorporated to California in 1912, the town once again changed its name to Beaumont, meaning "beautiful mountain" in French. Many episodes of My Name is Earl were filmed in Beaumont, including the opening scenes of the series.

Population: 11384
Local Newspapers: Record Gazette Valley Chronicle Press Enterprise Town Crier
Local Sports Teams: San Bernadino Stampede (baseball)
Local Colleges: Crafton Hills College

Zip Codes associated with beaumont, california: 92223
Towns/Cities near beaumont, california : Cherry Valley Banning Calimesa

Beaumont News
Man charged in shooting death of woman found in Banning residence

A 20-year-old Beaumont man was charged Thursday with murder in the slaying of a woman whose body was found at a Banning residence this week. Devonta Eugene Leonard, who also faces a child endangerment charge, is accused in the shooting death of a woman whose body was found about 10 a.m. Tuesday in the 500 block of North Hathaway Street after officers responded to a suspicious circumstances call.

Off-duty San Bernardino school police officer accused of attacking man over cell phone

An off-duty San Bernardino Unified School police officer is accused of pulling out his weapon and attacking a man in Beaumont after the officer believed the man had taken his cellphone, according to Beaumont police. On the evening of Feb. 7, Brown called Beaumont police asking for assistance in the 1200 block of Massachusetts Avenue, according to a police statement.

Beaumont man arrested as suspect in Banning womana s death

Banning police arrested a 21-year-old Beaumont man Tuesday, Feb. 20, in the death of a woman who was found dead about 10 a.m. that day, at a residence in the 500 block of North Hathaway Street, according to a police news release. Police identified Devonta Leonard as the suspect but did not elaborate on whether he knew the victim.

Former Beaumont City Attorney, last defendant in corruption case, faces preliminary hearing

Former Beaumont City Attorney Joseph Sandy Aklufi faces six felony counts of embezzlement as his Thursday Feb. 22, preliminary hearing nears, but prosecutors say they want Aklufi to be tried on just one count. A court brief filed Feb. 16 that asks Riverside County Superior Court Judge Mac R. Fisher to consider just one trial charge does not dilute the case, District Attorney spokesman John Hall said in an email.

What do you know about Florence Foster Jenkins? Find out more in CAST Playersa production

CAST Players will present "Glorious: The True Story of Florence Foster Jenkins, the Worst Singer in the World," opening Friday, Feb. 23, at the Beaumont Woman's Club Community Center, 306 E. Sixth St., Beaumont. The play is based on the true story of Florence Foster Jenkins, an enthusiastic soprano of the 1940s whose pitch was far from perfect, according to a press release from CAST Players.

Riverside County sheriff candidate Chad Bianco gets $554,000 from union

The union representing Riverside County sheriff's deputies has given at least $554,000 in direct and in-kind contributions to one of three candidates in the 2018 sheriff's race, campaign finance records show. Ninety-five percent of the funds raised by sheriff's Lt.

3 Inland men accused of $200,000 theft from Ontario Nordstrom...

Three employees of the Nordstrom distribution center in Ontario have been accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars in high-end merchandise and auctioning it off online, the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department said. Deputies who had been investigating the case for three weeks served search warrants Thursday, Feb. 15, and recovered more than $100,000 in stolen merchandise, cash from the sale of stolen goods, and stolen firearms, narcotics, and body armor, the release said.

Off-duty San Bernardino schools officer arrested retrieving stolen phone in Beaumont

An off-duty San Bernardino City Unified School District police officer attempting to retrieve a stolen cellphone was arrested late Wednesday, Feb. 7, after a person reported that the officer assaulted him, Beaumont police said. Alejandro Brown, 31, was booked into Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility in Banning on suspicion of battery with serious injury, brandishing a firearm and assault under the color of authority, Beaumont police said in a news release.

7-car chain reaction-crash near San Jacinto blamed on suspected DUI driver

A woman who authorities say triggered a series of collisions as she drove north on southbound Highway 79 north of San Jacinto on Thursday evening is in jail on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol, records show. The series of collisions involving seven vehicles started about 6 p.m. and closed the two southbound lanes in Lamb Canyon for about 2 1/2 hours, forcing motorists in Beaumont who wanted to head south to find other routes.

Embattled Sovereign Health closing and consolidating centers

Tonmoy Sharma, founder and CEO of Sovereign Health, an addiction treatment center, talks about his company's growth and the recent FBI raid a few months ago in San Clemente. He has companies in 9 states with plans for expansion.

The mural is currently on display on Redlands High School.

"Refine," a mural by Ivan Preciado, sits on display at Redlands High School in Redlands, CA., Tuesday, January 30, 2018. A mural by a San Bernardino artist is touring local schools in hopes of starting conversations about health and wellness.

Southbound traffic at a standstill in Lamb Canyon south of Beaumont

Traffic on southbound Highway 79, downhill toward San Jacinto just south of the Lamb Canyon landfill, was at a standstill Thursday night because of a multiple-car traffic collision reported just before 6 p.m., according to a California Highway Patrol traffic incident log. Up to seven vehicles may have been involved in one or more collisions.

Suspect who barged into Beaumont home a " as police officer watched a " is arrested

A man accused of barging into a Beaumont home in full view of a police officer patrolling the neighborhood - and then shutting himself inside the residence while the homeowner was inside - was in custody Thursday. Travis Wayne Sangster, 25, of Banning, was arrested Wednesday morning on suspicion of burglary after police say he was seen running across Leland Street and hiding on the porch of a home.

Man pleads not guilty to murder, hit-and-run charges in death of Banning motorcyclist

A man who allegedly struck and killed a motorcyclist in Banning while driving impaired pleaded not guilty Tuesday to multiple felony charges, including second-degree murder and hit-and-run. Gabriel Simeon Beltran , 26, of Beaumont, is accused in the death of 65-year-old Banning resident Vincent Hernandez, who was killed Dec. 13 near the intersection of South San Gorgonio Avenue and Wesley Street.

Cost of land for warehouses skyrockets; why e-commerce companies will pay

The cost of land parcels big enough for mega-warehouses in Riverside and San Bernardino counties has climbed 35 percent in a year, making it the fastest growing market in the nation, according to real estate brokerage CBRE. With land costing an average of $980,000 an acre, the Inland Empire is ranked No.

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