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San Bernardino has several nicknames. These include "San B.," "'Dino," "San Berdoo," "Berdoo," "Gate City" because of its proximity to Los Angeles, "The Friendly City," "City on the Move," and "The Heartbeat of US Route 66." San Bernardino is host to several major events in the area such as route 66 Rendezvous, which takes place over four days, celebrating "America's Mother Road." Other events include the Berdoo Bikes and Blues Rendezvous, the National Orange Show, and the Western Regional Little League Championships.

Population: 185401
Local Newspapers: Biz Press City News El Chicano (Hispanic) Sun Westside Story Newspaper (African American)
Local Sports Teams: San Bernadino Stampede
Local Colleges: California State University San Bernardino San Bernardino Valley College the Art institute of California Everest College American Sports University

Zip Codes associated with san bernardino, california: 92404 92407 92410 92223 92401 92404 92405 92407 92408 92410 92411
Towns/Cities near san bernardino, california : Highland Muscoy Rialto Fontana Colton

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They gathered to build their own robotic creations Saturday, Jan. 20, at Pennypickle's Workshop

Aidia Mikesell, 7, and Zaidyn Mikesell, 5, from San Bernardino get help from Cindy McClean doing wacky experiment to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the book "Frankenstein," at Pennypickle's Workshop in Temecula Saturday , January 20, 2018. FRANK BELLINO, THE PRESS-ENTERPRISE/SCNG Visitors celebrate the 200th anniversary of the book "Frankenstein," by doing wacky experiments at Pennypickle's Workshop in Temecula Saturday , January 20, 2018.

Traffic stop leads to discovery of mail stolen from residents, Rialto ...

RIALTO >> A 33-year-old San Bernardino man is behind bars after a traffic stop led a deputy to find stolen mail, including correspondence meant for staff at the Rialto Unified School District, authorities said. A San Bernardino County sheriff's deputy stopped a vehicle driven by Richard Singleton at 1:30 a.m. Friday, near Valencia and Redwood avenues, according a sheriff's news release.

ADL report: White supremacists responsible for most extremist murders in U.S. in 2017

White supremacists and neo-Nazis were responsible for the largest number of domestic extremist killings in 2017 compared to other groups including Islamists and black nationalists, according to a report released by the Anti-Defamation League on Wednesday, Jan. 17 The annual report, titled "Murder and Extremism in the United States," released by the league's Center on Extremism, noted that of the 34 people killed by domestic terrorists in 2017, far-right extremists killed 20, with 18 of those killed by white supremacists. It's "no real surprise" that right-wing extremists are responsible for the largest share of domestic killings since that's been the trend over the last decade, said Oren Segal, director of the Center on Extremism.

Bob Marleya s sons to unite for Kaya reggae concert and cannabis awareness festival

Bob Marley's sons and grandchildren will take the stage at the upcoming Kaya Fest Music and Awareness Festival April 28-29 in San Bernardino. Tickets have gone on sale for the Kaya Fest Music and Awareness Festival , a two-day reggae festival featuring Bob Marley's sons and some of his grandchildren performing on stage.

Signs Point Toward CA City Reactivating Fire Department

Jan. 19--VICTORVILLE, CA-- San Bernardino County Fire was welcomed this week to submit its second "best and final offer" to the city for handling services beyond June 30, when its contract officially expires. But elected officials were still proceeding with plans to reactivate a city-run department.

Extend temporary marijuana ban 10 months, 15 days, San Bernardino staffers say

The San Bernardino City Council could extend its current 45-day ban on cannabis activities in town another 10 months and 15 days at a special meeting on Monday, Jan. 22. The San Bernardino City Council will meet Monday, Jan. 22 during a special meeting to discuss cannabis regulations in the city. The city currently is operating under a 45-day moratorium on marijuana activities not covered by Measure O, the voter-approved ballot measure requiring the city to allow dispensaries in certain areas of town.

Ex-LAPD officer charged in cadet sex scandal pleads no contest to San Bernardino weapons charges

Former LAPD Officer Robert Cain, who has been charged in the department's cadet scandal, pleaded no contest Friday, Jan. 19, 2018, to weapons charges in San Bernardino County and received a two-year sentence to county jail. Robert Cain was immediately sentenced to two years in county jail and four years of supervised release following his plea in a San Bernardino County courtroom to one felony count each of manufacturing of an assault weapon and possession of multi-burst trigger device or "bump stock," according to his attorney, Bill Seki.

Victim shot dead in Bentley in Santa Fe Springs was San Bernardino man

Whittier Police officers and detectives secure the scene where two men were shot in a convertible Bentley on the 9600-block of John St. in Santa Fe Springs leaving one dead and one transported to a hospital on Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018. Authorities on Friday identified the man who was found fatally shot in Santa Fe Springs as a San Bernardino resident.

Man tries to abduct girl at Sacred Heart Parish School in Rancho Cucamonga, prompting parent meeting

San Bernardino County sheriff's officials are searching a man who tried to kidnap a girl from inside Sacred Heart Parish School in Rancho Cucamonga last week, authorities and Diocese of San Bernardino officials said. The 11-year-old girl fought off the unidentified man with kicks after he grabbed her on the evening of Jan. 10, according to Rancho Cucamonga station officials.

Man who stole wallet from Irvine classroom arrested in San...

This image from surveillance video shows a suspect in the theft of a teacher's wallet from a classroom. Courtesy Irvine Police Department A man caught on surveillance footage stealing a wallet from inside an Irvine church classroom has been arrested for that incident and two others, police said Thursday, Jan. 18. Antwoine Elvine, 42, was arrested Thursday, Jan. 18, at his home in San Bernardino on suspicion of multiple thefts at schools.

Why former San Bernardino County Assessor Bill Postmusa sentencing could be delayed

NPOSTMUS16sla.jpg Former San Bernardino County Assessor Bill Postmus stands up during a break in his preliminary hearing on Friday, October 15, 2010 in San Bernardino. Sentencing for former San Bernardino County Assessor and former Board of Supervisors Chairman Bill Postmus, scheduled for Friday , may be postponed because Postmus has retained a new attorney, his former attorney, Stephen Levine, said.

San Bernardino theater professor says early support was key to success

Cal State San Bernardino theater professor Kathryn Ervin will be one of only ten people inducted into the College of Fellows of the American Theatre in Washington, D.C. in April. "It's a great town for music, theatre, dance and visual art," says the San Bernardino resident.

Why Amazon already has a strong presence in Southern California

Amazon's Slam operator Steve Morgan sorts through merchandise at the The Amazon Fulfillment Center in San Bernardino in 2013. Even if Amazon doesn't place its second headquarters in Los Angeles, the online retailer is already a huge economic force in Southern California thanks to its ever-growing network of warehouses in the Inland Empire.

Officera s fatal shooting of man who stabbed wife in San Bernardino is ruled justified

A San Bernardino police officer was legally justified in shooting a 56-year-old man who had just stabbed his wife in the abdomen , the San Bernardino County District Attorney's Office announced Thursday. Michael Peacor of San Bernardino was shot and killed by San Bernardino police Officer Jay Rutherford on Aug. 29, 2016, after Rutherford and Officer Robert Hines were called to a domestic disturbance at a home on West 16th Street, according to a District Attorney's Office report .

Have O-negative blood? Inland blood banks need your help

James Gursslin, of Fontana, donates blood at LifeStream in San Bernardino, CA., Tuesday, January 16, 2018. The blood bank is in need of O Negative blood donations.

Could historic Santa Fe Depot in Redlands be part of passenger train...

The San Bernardino County Transportation Authority is working to move the downtown Redlands station adjacent to the historic Santa Fe Depot, which was purchased in September by Property One, LLC. When rail service returns to Redlands, riders may be able to hop on and off the train at downtown's historic Santa Fe Depot .

San Bernardino man pleads not guilty in Christmas hit-and-run that killed Ontario woman

A San Bernardino man accused in a Christmas night hit-and-run freeway collision in Jurupa Valley that killed a 23-year-old Ontario woman pleaded not guilty Wednesday, Jan. 17, to gross vehicular manslaughter and other felony charges. Along with the manslaughter count, Jude Joseph Vargas, 30, is charged with hit-and-run resulting in great bodily injury, presenting a forged document to authorities and a sentence-enhancing allegation of fleeing the scene of a crime.

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