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About: highland, california

Highland is located in southern California. The Highland community also includes a geographical area of the City of San Bernadino and parts of San Bernardino County that are unincorporated. The elevation of the city of Highland is a little over 1,300 feet above sea level, making it one of the highest points looking west towards the Pacific Ocean. There is a large amount of German and Irish residents in the city, making up 17-percent of the community.

Population: 44605
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Independent Los Angeles Times New Times Los Angeles
Local Sports Teams: LA Avengers LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings
Local Colleges: Loma Linda University

Zip Codes associated with highland, california: 92346
Towns/Cities near highland, california : San Bernardino Redlands Loma Linda Mentone Yucaipa

Highland News
Shooting reported on Highland-San Bernardino border; authorities investigating

Paramedics were called to the area of Third Street and Palm Avenue on the Highland-San Bernardino border to treat a gunshot victim Friday afternoon, according to San Bernardino County fire officials. The shooting was reported just after 12:30 p.m. and paramedics from Cal Fire - which generally covers Highland - and county fire - which generally covers San Bernardino - were dispatched to the location, officials said.

Highland liquor store clerk suspected in sexual battery of teen

The booking photo of a store clerk suspected in the sexual battery of a teen in Highland has been released to the public because San Bernardino County sheriff's deputies believe there may be additional victims, according to a sheriff's news release. A 17-year-old girl went to the Lucky 1 liquor store at 27132 Base Line in Highland to get change for a $100 bill at about 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21. The clerk, identified as Amil Abdulaziz, 47, of Highland, commented on the victim's appearance, asked for a hug and grabbed the teen, removed a breast from under her shirt and began to sexually assault the victim, according to the news release.

Highland liquor store clerk suspected in sexual battery of teen

The booking photo of a store clerk suspected in the sexual battery of a teen in Highland has been released to the public because San Bernardino County Sheriff's deputies believe there may be additional victims, according to a sheriff's news release. A 17-year-old girl went to the Lucky 1 liquor store at 27132 Base Line in Highland to get change for a $100 bill at about 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21. The clerk, identified as Amil Abdulaziz, 47, of Highland, commented on the victim's appearance, asked for a hug and grabbed the teen, removed a breast from her shirt and began to sexually assault the victim, according to the news release.

2018 Oscars: These Hollywood streets are closing for Dolby Theatre ceremony

The city of Los Angeles and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have finalized street-closure plans around Hollywood's Dolby Theatre for next month's Academy Awards, Oscars officials said today. Hollywood Boulevard will be closed between Highland Avenue and Orange Drive beginning at 10 p.m. on Sunday, February 25, and remain closed until 6 a.m. on Wednesday, March 7. Between Feb. 25 and the Oscars ceremony on Sunday, March 4, additional streets and sidewalks will be closed for varying periods.

Police: Newspaper publisher not behind racist Valentinea s Day fliers...

This flyer was found wrapped in the High Mountain TIDBiTS newsletter and included the logo and website address for the National Alliance, according to San Bernardino police officials. The publisher of a weekly publication called TIDBiTS spoke out Friday against racist fliers she said were inserted in a stack of pilfered newspapers and distributed in a San Bernardino neighborhood on Valentine's Day.

Sheriffa s sergeant, Riverside school clerk celebrate 50 years of marriage

Michele Meyers Cornejo and Raul Cornejo, 12-year residents of Highland, celebrated their 50th anniversary Jan. 13 with a dinner with family and friends at the San Bernardino History and Railroad Museum. Mr. Cornejo worked for the Riverside County Sheriff's Department for 30 years before retiring in 1997 as a sergeant.

Man killed in San Bernardino park had played part in death of 16-year-old Highland girl in 2002

The man shot to death in the parking lot of a San Bernardino park was convicted as a teen of playing a part in the slaying of a Highland girl nearly 16 years ago, San Bernardino police said. Luke Adam Miller, a 30-year-old transient, was fatally shot at Wildwood Park in the 2300 block of North Sepulveda Avenue on the evening of Feb. 8. Miller is the same person who at age 15 was sentenced to three years in the California Youth Authority for participating in the death of 16-year-old Christy McKendall on April 2, 2002, officials said Friday.

Firefighters battle structure fire in Highland

Firefighters are battling a structure fire at Highland Avenue and Victoria Street in Highland Thursday morning leading to some traffic issues around the area. TRAFFIC ADVISORY: The Fire Department is working a structure fire on Highland Avenue and there is no thru traffic being allowed on Highland between Arden and Victoria.

Man denies attempted murder charges following Saturday shooting in Highland

A 26-year-old man was charged with attempted murder Wednesday, Feb. 14, in the Saturday shooting that left a woman in Highland with gunshot wounds to her hands and face, according to sheriff's officials and court records. Lawrence Ray Bender, who was arrested Monday, pleaded not guilty to attempted murder, discharging of a firearm to cause great bodily injury, discharging of a firearm, using a firearm and special allegations of a prior felony.

San Bernardino County Partners SBCUSD To Prepare Students To Meet Workforce Needs

San Bernardino, CA - An agreement between San Bernardino County and the San Bernardino City Unified School District will help at-risk and low-income students acquire the training and develop the skills to meet future workforce needs. The agreement will provide the district with a Workforce Development Coordinator for the next three years.

GHCHS Wins Unofficial Round of Academic Decathlon

Granada Hills Charter High has once again made itself the school to beat in this year's LAUSD Academic Decathlon. The Highlanders - who are the reigning regional, state and national champions - won the Feb. 3 "Super Quiz" unofficial competition at Roybal Learning Center in Los Angeles with 82 points.

Toyota failed to fix defect that can cause Prius to overheat and lose power, dealer claims in lawsuit

Claremont Toyota refuses to sell these Priuses because it believes a defect can cause them to lose power and stop. Dealer Roger Hogan, who is suing Toyota, is flanked by Roger Hogan Jr., left, and Stephen Hogan.

Injuries to 2-month-old's ribs, skull lead to child abuse charges against Highland couple

A Highland couple was charged Monday, Jan. 29, with child abuse after doctors discovered last week their 2-month son with multiple broken ribs, a skull fracture and several other injuries consistent with child abuse, according to court records and the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department. Robert Martin Bellet III, 30, and Annelese Rose Ortega, 28, were arrested on suspicion of child cruelty involving injury or death and inflicting great bodily injury to a child under 5. Bellet was booked at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga and Ortega at the Central Detention Center in Rialto, according to jail records.

Highland mom with 3 kids in car suspected of DUI after crash with parked vehicle

A Highland mother was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence after sheriff's deputies say she drove her vehicle into a parked car with her three children and another woman inside. A Highland mother was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence when a deputy watched her crash her car with her three small children inside, into a parked vehicle Saturday night, San Bernardino County Sheriff's officials said Monday.

Inland college roundup: Friday, January 26

Riverside City College 7, Cuesta College 4: The Tigers opened up their season with a victory over Cuesta College in nonconference action on the road. Erick Rayford finished with a RBI and a run scored.

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