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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.
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
Two Colton residents arrested in San Bernardino prostitution probe...
Two Colton residents who were arrested last week as part of a prostitution and human trafficking investigation in downtown San Bernardino were arraigned on felony charges Tuesday afternoon in San Bernardino Superior Court. A San Bernardino police detective saw a vehicle driven by Matthew Fraise nearly hit and run over a 17-year-old girl shortly after 3 p.m. Friday near Spruce and G streets, according to a news release.State hospitals look at Monterey County Jail to help treat incompetent inmates
The Monterey County Jail is being looked at as a spot to bring state mental health services to inmates. It's called "Jail Based Competency Treatment Program," and is already in use in San Bernardino, Riverside, Sacramento and Sonoma Counties.Hear harp, violin and flute trio April 28 at Plymouth Village
The concert will feature classical music, waltzes and familiar music from operas. The program will conclude with a sing-along.Armenia's leader quits amid protests, saying 'I was wrong'
Sargsyan resigned unexpectedly on Monday, an apparent move to bring to an end massive anti... . People celebrate Armenian Prime Minister's Serzh Sargsyan's resignation in Republic Square in Yerevan, Armenia, Monday, April 23, 2018.Border Patrol Agents Arrest Convicted Sex Offender
Border Patrol agents from the Calexico station arrested a 55-year-old convicted sex offender for trying to enter illegally Thursday. Mexican national Jose Humberto-Diaz was previously convicted of felony assault to commit mayhem and rape in San Diego.Students talk gun violence at youth town hall
A panel of student leaders from area schools voicing their concerns about gun violence in schools and how to keep schools safe. The town hall took place at the Central Branch of the Birmingham Public Library.Fontana Rotarians help transfer surplus fire engines to in-need departments in Mexico
Two 1991 Sparten Fire Engines from the San Bernardino County Fire Department recently donated to the San Felipe Fire Department, at the Sierra Lakes Golf Club in Fontana, CA., Monday, April 23, 2018. The San Bernardino County Fire Department transfered two surplus fire engines to the Fontana Rotary Club to be then transfered to fire departments in Mexicali and San Felipe, Mexico.Attorney: California police shot unarmed black man 10 times
Nakia Little and Wess Yarber, siblings of Diante "Butchie" Yarber, grieve as their lawyers talk during a news conference, Monday, April 23 2018, in San Bernardino, Calif., announcing a series of lawsuits against th... . Attorneys and friends and family of Diante Yarber walk to a news conference, Monday, April 23 2018, in San Bernardino, Calif., announcing a series of lawsuits against the Barstow Police Department regarding the sho... LOS ANGELES - Lawyers for the family of a black man killed by police in a busy Southern California parking lot said Monday that an autopsy found he was shot 10 times and died from choking on his own blood as police delayed getting him medical help.Attorney: California police shot unarmed black man 10 times
Lee Merritt, center, leads a news conference, Monday, April 23 2018, in San Bernardino, Calif., announcing a series of lawsuits against the Barstow Police Department regarding the shooting death of Diante "Butchie" Yarber. Family members and attorneys are disputing the official account of the fatal police shooting of Yarber, a 26-year-old black man, during a traffic stop earlier in the month in Barstow, Calif.Van kills 10 and injures 15 in Toronto; driver in custody
The van apparently jumped a curb Monday in a busy int... . A body lies covered on the sidewalk in Toronto after a van mounted a sidewalk crashing into a number of pedestrians on Monday, April 23, 2018.A van apparently jumped a curb Monday in a busy intersection... .110-year prison sentence for San Bernardino man convicted of child sexual-assault charges
A San Bernardino man has been sentenced to 110 years in state prison for multiple felony convictions stemming from sexual assault on a 13-year-old neighbor girl, prosecutors said on Monday. Stanley Williams, 53, was convicted by jurors in February of four counts of lewd acts upon a child and one count of unlawful sexual intercourse.New downtown San Bernardino center to offer low-income residents resources for pressing issues
Kamar'i Culberson, 1, of San Bernardino waves at a new friend as she plays in the bounce house during the Chicano Indigenous Community for Culturally Conscious Advocacy and Action grand opening Friday in San Bernardino, Calif. April 20, 2018.San Jacinto High School selected as a host for 2018 'Refine' Art Mural Tour
Students view Ivan Preciado's "Refine" art mural while it's on display at San Jacinto High School in the 21st century media center. SAN JACINTO - San Jacinto High School was selected as one of five Inland Empire schools to display San Bernardino artist Ivan Preciado's "Refine" mural, which was created for last year's Vibe Festival of Wellness event initiated by University of Redlands' Alliance for Community Transformation and Wellness, an organization dedicated to advancing mental health care in the Inland Empire.Vetting process for refugees, immigrants already extreme
President Donald Trump's "travel ban," which the Supreme Court will review this week, seeks to limit immigration from certain countries because, as the president contends, our vetting of immigrants has not been "extreme" enough to keep radicalized offenders out of the United States. Despite this assumption, Trump required a report to determine whether his claim was actually true.Second annual 'Home Run for Health' planned for May 3
Residents and baseball fans throughout the Inland Empire are invited to hit a "Home Run for Health" May 3 when the Inland Empire 66ers face-off against the Lake Elsinore Storm. The San Bernardino County Department of Public Health, Riverside University Health System - Public Health and California Health Collaborative - Tobacco Control Program are teaming up again to share positive health messages while enjoying America's favorite pastime.Moffat fire near Lone Pine 70% contained, burned acreage still 1,265
The Moffat fire north of Lone Pine along Highway 395 in Inyo County was at 1,265 acres and 70 percent contained Sunday, April 22, firefighters reported. Cal Fire/San Bernardino Unit tweeted Sunday morning that crews would begin focusing on fire suppression repair and mop-up.Trial date set for 3 accused in 2004 killings
A San Bernardino Superior Court judge on Friday denied a defense motion to dismiss charges in a series of 2004 homicides that left a University of Redlands graduate dead. Judge Michael A. Smith also denied a motion for separate trials for defendants Christopher Lanteinge, 27, and Christopher Weaver, 31, who face the death penalty if convicted, and third defendant Camille Vredenburg, 25, who does not face the death penalty.
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