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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

San Bernardino News
OZZFEST meets KNOTFEST on November 4th at Glen Helen Amphitheater

Ozzfest Meets Knotfest is just around the corner for the second annual edition of the "Meeting of Metal" festival event. It takes place on November 4 and 5 at the Glen Helen Amphitheater and Festival Grounds in San Bernardino, California, and is being headlined by Ozzy Osbourne on the Ozzfest night and Rob Zombie on the Knotfest night .

San Bernardino to form committee to study cannabis issues

A committee appointed by the City Council will try to do what the City Council couldn't: Fix a marijuana environment that both advocates of more access and opponents of marijuana say is broken. The nine-member committee will consist of one member appointed by each council member and two members appointed by Mayor Carey Davis.

Police make fourth arrest in stabbing death of Redlands-area transient

Redlands police are investigating an apparent stabbing along Sun Avenue near Orange Street in Redlands, according to Carl Baker, spokesman for the city. The condition of the victim is unknown as of midday Tuesday.

Moses Sumney Does Not Sing Love Songs

Moses Sumney has a voice that can melt hearts: a gently grainy tenor that often ascends into an immaculate, unearthly falsetto. It's no wonder that his first public gigs in Los Angeles , back in 2013, almost immediately drew fellow musicians as well as a swarm of record-label types eager to shape his music into a commercial commodity.

San Bernardino County Board Appoints New Director of Regional Parks

San Bernardino, CA - Beahta Davis, an experienced parks and recreation professional, was appointed director of San Bernardino County Regional Parks by the Board of Supervisors. Davis comes to the County of San Bernardino from Baltimore County, Maryland where she was Chief of Recreation Services for the Department of Recreation and Parks.

Former Palm Springs Police Chief Gary Jeandron Announces Campaign Against Assemblyman Chad Mayes

Today Republican Gary Jeandron launched his campaign against turncoat incumbent Chad Mayes of the 42nd Assembly District. Chad Mayes drew national attention after being admonished by the Republican Party for his part in voting with Jerry Brown and Democrats to continue the controversial Cap and Trade tax increase.

CA: Sanctuary state bill sent to Brown

"A bill sent to Gov. Jerry Brown seeks to make California a sanctuary state, but some demonstrators are urging the governor to veto the measure. The bill, SB 54, limits the cooperation and communication between local law enforcement and federal immigration authorities.

How a $300K grant will mean better training for San Bernardino County firefighters

SAN BERNARDINO >> County firefighters will be able to train more frequently and with upgraded equipment thanks to a newly secured $304,000 grant. The money will be used to purchase a mobile Class B fire simulator, replacing an older stationary model at the Richard Sewell Regional Training Center in San Bernardino.

Why hands-on training is vital for Inland Empire

It is no secret that by 2020, 65 percent of all jobs in the U.S. economy will require some form of education beyond high school. We don't need to wait until then to recognize that hands-on training and career apprenticeships are equally as vital as four-year degrees.

Fire displaces 12 residents of Highland apartment complex

A fire damaged four units of a Sixth Street apartment complex in Highland on Tuesday, Sept. 19, in Highland.

Man involved in San Bernardino shooting in critical condition

A man is in critical condition after gunfire from multiple shooters rang out early Tuesday morning in San Bernardino, police said. The victim, who has not been identified, was shot near Sierra Way and Base Line, San Bernardino police Lt.

The lawsuit alleges former teacher Kevin Patrick Kirkland preyed on special needs students.

Redlands High School math teacher and golf coach, Kevin Patrick Kirkland, arrested for allegedly having sex with student. An attorney on Tuesday, Sept.

Deputies Pursue Pickup Pulling Stolen Trailer in California

Authorities pursued the driver of a pickup towing a trailer on streets and freeways Monday in two Southern California counties. The small cargo trailer was stolen in the Pico Rivera area, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department.

Nocturnal Wonderland 2017: The Best and Worst

When it comes to EDM festivals especially, lineups are so homogenized that it's harder than ever to stand out from the pack. That's the challenge Insomniac Events faced with Nocturnal Wonderland this past weekend at Glen Helen Regional Park in San Bernardino.

Test your Stones knowledge

1964: The Rolling Stones make their American concert performance debut at the Swing Auditorium in San Bernardino, California, as the opening show on their first U.S. tour.

How San Bernardino administrators are learning the concerns of students walking to school

San Bernardino City Unified School District Police Chief Joe Paulino and Superintendent Dr. Dale Marsden, walk through an alley next to San Bernardino High School during a safety walk with SBHS school staff and the group GEAR UP, Monday morning in San Bernardino, Ca., September 18, 2017. The safety walk was part of National GEAR UP week and intended to make notes of any dangerous conditions, unsafe crossing areas, and missing pedestrian crosswalks/sidewalks.

Inland Empire fliers part of attack on Japan after Pearl Harbor

Seventy-five years ago this spring, the Inland Empire played a role in the pivotal surprise attack by U.S. bombers on Japan, striking a blow following the attack on Pearl Harbor. Lt. Col.

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