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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
Authorities ID California man killed in North Dakota crash

The Highway Patrol says 24-year-old Bryce Belden, of San Bernardino, California, was driving a pickup truck that went off a highway, crashed through a fence and rolled in a cattle pasture in McHenry County. The crash happened about 10 a.m. Sunday, 4 miles south of Velva.

Will San Bernardino OK conversion of vacant office building into apartment complex?

An investment group has proposed $1.2 million in tender loving care by way of new architecture, paint and landscaping, city staffers say. This existing commercial office building at 1600 N. Arrowhead Ave. in San Bernardino could be converted into a 15-unit residential apartment complex should city leaders approve its reuse Wednesday, Oct. 3. Three months after hearing a plan to convert a vacant two-story office building on North Arrowhead Avenue into a 15-unit apartment complex, San Bernardino city leaders could approve the project Wednesday, Dec. 19. This rendering shows what a vacant two-story office building on North Arrowhead Avenue in San Bernardino would look like as a 15-unit apartment complex.

San Manuel Stadium gets new sign along 215 Freeway in San Bernardino

Workers have replaced an old, neon sign with an LED digital sign built by Quiel Brothers Sign Co.of San Bernardino, which worked with Young Electric Sign Co. A new San Manuel Stadium LED digital sign was installed in Bernardino on Friday, Dec. 14. Quiel Brothers Sign Co.

San Bernardino Sheriff's 'Shop with a Cop' a Success

Highland, CA - Volunteers from the San Bernardino Sheriff's Employees' Benefit Association were paired with hundreds of children from the communities they serve for a holiday shopping spree at Walmart stores. Children who participated received a $200 Walmart gift card to purchase gifts, toys, and clothes of their choice.

Some early plans for flying in the Inland Empire were just so much hot air

"Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines" described a courageous, crazy and occasionally shady bunch of pilots in the early years of flight. The 1965 movie of that name demonstrated this was an outrageous group of people, sometimes preying on the public's craving of seeing anything soaring above them.

BNSF makes opening statement over maintenance workers' alleged injuries in San Bernardino

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. - Even as attorneys for BNSF Railway Co. concede that the company failed to safeguard some of its equipment, they argued during opening statements of a trial where a former laborer suffered serious impairment that they should not be held liable for injuries that they insist are nowhere near as grave as the victim contends.

Status Update: Inland manufacturing sector cools but no alarms sounding

The Purchasing Managers Index, a monthly study by the Institute of Applied Research at Cal State San Bernardino, came in at 54.0 November, a sharp drop from 61.3 measure for the previous month. Seen here, a worker drills into a large bus rapid transit shelter at Tolar Manufacturing Company, Inc., in Corona.

Son of convicted murderer charged with San Bernardino slaying

The teen son of a convicted murderer was charged Monday with the fatal shooting of 32-year-old Hubert Williams Jr. Sidikiba Greenwood Jr., 17, faces one count of murder for Sunday's 12:08 a.m. shooting outside an apartment complex in the 1900 block of E. Marshall Boulevard, according to a criminal complaint filed in San Bernardino Superior Court. Officers who arrived on the scene did not find Williams because family members rushed him to a hospital, where he died.

Woman convicted of murder wants new trial

A woman convicted in the grisly 2003 slaying of 22-year-old Terry Taylor at Perris Hill Park plans to challenge the verdict and seek a new trial. A lawyer for Amber Rose Riley announced Friday in San Bernardino Superior Court that his client wants to file a motion for a new trial based on defense decisions made at trial.

December 2018/January 2019 Products Feature: Shelters/Stations

According to multiple transit agency surveys, providing timely and accurate information directly at bus and rail stops, as well as nighttime security lighting, is key to increasing passenger confidence and ridership. Enter Tolar's SmartPlace transit shelters, which provide advanced technology solutions that create a Sense of Place for passengers.

Three fights disrupt opening of Black Friday sales at Rialto Walmart

Rialto police vehicles sit outside the Rialto Walmart Thursday night after fights occurred at the store. Police said there were three fights shortly after 7 p.m. at the store at 1610 S. Riverside Ave., two of which were inside over merchandise and the third outside that caused injury to an officer.

a Tis the season to be jolly and support students in San Bernardino and beyond

Stay focused, listen to the credible adults in your life, and set goals for the future - this is my message to students this holiday season. This will allow you to influence others as well as enjoy the holidays.

Dogs and horses join forces in Loma Linda to help those in need

Thunder the mastiff and Paddy the miniature horse greet each other Monday, Dec. 10, at Loma Linda University before going on duty as therapy animals. At first glance, it looked like a picnic on the grass under an enormous ash tree near the entrance to Loma Linda University's School of Public Health.

California Focus: Kidney patients breathe easier, but wariness advised

For quite awhile this year, it seemed like open season on kidney dialysis patients, the more than 66,000 Californians who depend for life after kidney failure on getting their blood cleansed during sessions of three or more hours three times a week. The most serious threat came from Proposition 8, which lost at the polls by a 62-38 percent margin, but not before it became the year's most expensive issue-oriented campaign in America, more than $120 million being spent on both sides.

Jalsa: A gathering of peace

The West Coast USA Jalsa is one of many Jalsas held all over the world by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community - a tradition that dates back to 1891 when the first Jalsa was held in a tiny village of Qadian, India, from where the Community was founded by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad . That first Jalsa had only 75 attendees; now there are more than 75 Jalsas that draw hundreds of thousands of Ahmadi Muslims from all over the world throughout the year.

Jake Zhu Named Dean of CSUSB's Palm Desert Campus

Palm Desert, Calif. - Jake Zhu, a Cal State San Bernardino professor of information and decision sciences, who has served in a number of academic leadership roles at the university, including currently as interim dean of the College of Education, has been named the new dean of the Palm Desert Campus starting July 1, 2019.

The list of candidates for supervisor in San Bernardino could grow again

The process of filling an empty seat on the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors could take a step back next week, and possibly become open to more candidates. A county official said Friday that instead of fighting an allegation that they violated the state's open meetings law , known as the Ralph M. Brown Act, the four sitting supervisors will consider rescinding a vote they took as they worked to trim a pool of 48 candidates to 13 semi-finalists and, later, to five finalists.

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