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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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Theresa May tells Trump special relationship should be inspired by Winston Churchill

Theresa May tells Trump the special relationship should be inspired by 'the most famous British-American' Winston Churchill, in a Christmas letter detailing the wartime leader's famous speech Mrs May said 'the sentiment he expressed - of a sense of unity and fraternal association between the UK and US - is just as true today as it has ever been' The Prime Minister wrote to the President Elect just after Christmas to build bridges amid shaky diplomatic relations and the need to secure a good post- Brexit trade deal with his administration. Mrs May sent Mr Trump a copy of Winston Churchill's historic speech to the American people on Christmas Eve 1941.

Gen Xers mark the spot in California

As millennials struggle to "launch," the Xers are the group that will be critical to local housing markets, tech development and, perhaps most important, the creation of the next generation of children. Far more entrepreneurial than their millennial successors, they also will have the money to shape the economy.

Twin Peaks Man Attacks Woman with Flashlight

Deputies from the Twin Peaks Sheriff's Station announced the arrest of David La Salle Coons, 28, resident of Twin Peaks, for multiple felonies after he allegedly attacked a female and vandalized her car with a flashlight. In a statement to The Alpenhorn News by a Sheriff' Department spokesperson, deputies were said to have responded to a residence in the area of Rose Lane and State Highway 189, Twin Peaks, shortly before 9:30 p.m., on January 3, to a reported assault.

Herea s what happened in week 2 of the Colonies corruption case

The Colonies corruption trial, involving a Rancho Cucamonga-based developer and three former San Bernardino County public officials, is underway in San Bernardino Superior Court, and here is what happened during Week Two. The case began nearly 15 years ago as a land-rights lawsuit against the county - and over the course of a decade - grew into what prosecutors have called the biggest public corruption scandal in county history, involving allegations of bribery and the misappropriation of public funds in connection with the Colonies development.

San Bernardino terror attack survivors still report treatment problems

Survivors of the Dec. 2, 2015 terrorist attack in San Bernardino said Friday that treatment is still being delayed or denied after the county assigned an outside firm to expedite workers' compensation claims. As of Jan. 5, an employee with Sherman Oaks-based IW Care Connection said the firm had contacted only about half of survivors, who work for the San Bernardino County public health department's Environmental Health Services division, survivors said Friday.

Why did autistic San Bernardino student die in school bus struggle?

Homicide detectives don't think foul play was involved in Anthony Corona's Dec. 9 death, which occurred after he got upset and tried to attack a fellow student on a school bus, San Bernardino police Lt. Mike Madden said.

Ten journalists battle efforts to make them testify in a San Bernardino county corruption case

Former San Bernardino County Supervisor Paul Biane in 2007. Biane and others sare accused of public corruption in the county, and prosecutors have subpoenaed numerous journalists to testify in the case.

Volunteers sought for homeless count

The Mountain Homeless Coalition is seeking volunteers to participate in an official count of the number of homeless persons residing in the mountaintop communities. The count, which is described by organizers as a 'Point-In-Time Count,' is a one-day, street-based and service-based, unduplicated survey of sheltered and unsheltered individuals.

Shooting, stabbing reported within minutes of each other in San Bernardino

RYAN HAGEN/THE SUN/SCNG San Bernardino police responded to the report of a shooting Friday night at the 99 Cents Only Store, in the 600 block of Fourth Street, in downtown. SAN BERNARDINO >> Police on Friday night were investigating two assaults with deadly weapons that happened separately within minutes of each other.

6 arrested for allegedly running illegal marijuana dispensary in San Bernardino

SAN BERNARDINO >> Six people who San Bernardino County sheriff's detectives believe operated an illegal marijuana dispensary were arrested on suspicion of illegal marijuana sales and other crimes Tuesday in San Bernardino. The suspects are Anthony Edward Alberto, 42, of San Bernardino; Jesus Alfredo Vargas, 23, of Colton; Andrew Lee Finch, 22, of San Bernardino; Aaron Jovan Sallis, 36, of San Bernardino; Johnathan Zachary Hurley, 22, of San Bernardino; and Jacqueline Stephanie Rico, 22, of San Bernardino.

How the Yucaipa Animal Placement Society hit a new adoption record in 2016

The executive director of Yucaipa Animal Placement Society is happy the nonprofit she joined in 2015 placed 640 animals into "fur-ever" homes last year - the highest number of animals adopted out since YAPS was founded in 1957. "The past year has been a true collaboration," Florez said Wednesday.

Healthcare Nightmare for San Bernardino Terror Victims

The survivors of an ISIS-inspired terrorist attack that left 14 dead and 22 injured in San Bernardino, California say that they still struggle to receive medical treatments despite assurances from the county that their care would be expedited. The San Bernardino Survivors Speak Out support and advocacy group said in a statement on Friday that the county "has failed to expedite the workers comp process," and has been slow in providing information to a firm that it hired last month to accelerate the process.

Vallejo is nationa s second least recession-recovered city, new study finds

Vallejo is the nation's second least recession-recovered city, according to a personal-finance website, which partially blames the city's 2008 bankruptcy for its failure to thrive. At least one Vallejo resident - the head of the chamber of commerce - said the study used obsolete data and therefore arrived at obsolete conclusions, which, he says, do a disservice to the city and could hamper continuing improvement.

LifeStream blood bank appeals to community for donations

LifeStream blood bank officials appealed to the community Wednesday to help respond to what they say is a nationwide shortage of donated blood. All blood types and all types of donations - whole blood or automated donations, known as apheresis - are needed, according to a LifeStream news release.

Inland area to be mostly dry this weekend

The spin cycle of storms that have barreled against the California coastline will finally start to fade out, and Southern California is expected to be mostly dry Friday. But Friday night and Saturday morning, a few showers could peek in as another layer of snow is spread across the San Bernardino Mountains.

Dennis Hansberger testimony in Colonies corruption case continues

SAN BERNARDINO >> Former San Bernardino County Supervisor Dennis Hansberger continued his testimony Thursday, Jan. 12, in the Colonies corruption trial, saying former county supervisors Bill Postmus and Paul Biane were anxious to settle the case in 2006, going against the advice of county attorneys. Biane is one of four defendants in the criminal case, and Postmus, initially a targeted defendant himself, struck a plea bargain with prosecutors in March 2011 and has agreed to testify against the four defendants in exchange for all but two of the charges against him being dropped.

Documented gang member pleaded not guilty to San Bernardino fatal shooting

SAN BERNARDINO >> A 28-year-old documented gang member pleaded not guilty Wednesday to the Dec. 26 slaying of a San Bernardino man. Recently released from state prison, Isaac Castillo was charged and arraigned in the slaying of William Edward Jackson, 51, of San Bernardino, according to a San Bernardino Police statement.

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