Woman Tied To Terror Shooter Changes Plea In Marriage CaseThe sister-in-law of the couple responsible for the San Bernardino terror attack has changed her plea to guilty in a marriage fraud case.
Manhunt Continues For Riverside Man Accused Of Killing Girlfriend In San Bernardino"We do believe there is a strong likely that he is still armed and dangerous," Madden said.
2 Men Accused Of Sparking More Than 30 High Desert FiresThey were arrested following a months-long surveillance operation.
Off-Duty L.A. County Sheriff's Deputy Involved In Gun Battle In San BernardinoOne of the two suspects arrested was wounded. The deputy was not hurt.
11 Bald Eagles Spotted At Inland Empire LakesEleven bald eagles were spotted during an organized count at sites across Riverside and San Bernardino counties over the weekend.
Shotgun Recovered In Highland Following Reported Road Rage IncidentDeputies located the suspect's vehicle during a traffic stop and also reportedly recovered the 20-gauge weapon.
Only On 2: Shot 7 Times During San Bernardino Terror Attack, Victim Opens Up For First TimeHe was shot seven times during the San Bernardino terror attack and lived to tell.
4-Alarm Fire At San Bernardino Pallet Yard Suspected To Be ArsonFirefighters are battling a three-alarm fire that erupted at a pallet yard in San Bernardino and has spread into a nearby strip mall.
San Bernardino Girl Recounts Frightening Encounter With Sex Offender In Her BedroomWhen the girl's parents heard her screams, her dad rushed in and subdued the intruder until police arrived.
San Bernardino Seeks New Earthquake-Secure Location For City HallSan Bernardino City Manager Mark Scott says it's time to relocate the city's offices and city council dais to a more earthquake-secure location.
Gov. Brown Vetoes Bill That Would Repay San Bernardino Terror Response CostsGov. Jerry Brown has vetoed legislation that would have fully repaid local agencies for about $1.6 million in costs incurred in responding to the December mass shooting in San Bernardino.
Still Reeling From Terror Attack, Bankruptcy, San Bernardino's Murder Rate Now Tops ChicagoThe city of 216,000, which has struggled to emerge from bankruptcy and still is trying to recover from last December's terror attack that killed 14 people, is grappling with a spike in violent crime.

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