Police: San Bernardino Mother Veronica Pyatt, Son Arrested After Accidental Shooting Hits Baby Sister In LegVeronica Pyatt, 37, was arrested Tuesday, along with her teenage son, who police did not identify because he is a minor, after hospital officials reported to police they were treating her toddler for a gunshot wound to the leg.
Boulders Blocking Section Of Pacific Crest Trail In San Jacinto Mountains Blasted AwayVideo of the mountain blast was released this week, and Forest Service officials confirmed the boulders had been cleared.
Endangered Mountain Yellow-Legged Frogs Released In San Jacinto Mountains After Nearly Being Wiped Out 20 Years AgoThe frogs are a year old and were bred by the San Diego Wildlife Alliance in the hopes they will survive in the wild and be able to establish a self-sustaining population in this part of the San Jacinto Mountains.
14-Year-Old Shot And Killed Wednesday In San BernardinoA 14-Year-old male victim was shot and killed Wednesday night in San Bernardino.
More Than 9 Tons Of Fireworks Seized By San Bernardino County Fire Task ForceThe task force -- which included fire department investigators from Chino Valley, Colton, Rancho Cucamonga and Victorville – seized approximately 18,725 pounds of illegal fireworks and issued 99 citations resulting $111,250 in fines during the targeted enforcement between May and June.
Forward Progress Stopped On Peak Fire Burning In San Bernardino National ForestFire crews worked Monday to contain the Peak Fire that burned 34 acres in the San Bernardino National Forest.
Caught On Camera: Mother, Daughters Working At San Bernardino Taco Stand AttackedA woman and her two teenage daughters working at the family's taco stand in San Bernardino were robbed and beaten late Sunday night.
EDD Fraud: 3 Inland Empire Women Plead Guilty After Collectively Receiving $1.3 Million In Unemployment BenefitsParis Thomas, 33, of San Bernardino; 42-year-old Mireya Ramos of Colton; and 35-year-old Sequoia Edwards of Moreno Valley, were all arrested in April on suspicion of filing dozens of fraudulent EDD claims in the names of inmates within the California state prison system.
Caught On Video: Thief Breaks Into San Bernardino Fire Station, Steals $2,000 In EquipmentThe burglary happened at about 6:45 p.m. on April 19, at the Cottonwood Fire Station just south of Silverwood Lake off Highway 138.
During Mental Health Awareness Month, May 20th Is Mental Health Action DayMental Health Action Day is an opportunity to raise awareness and share resources.
Petition Started Over Inland Regional Center Policy Requiring Employees To Get COVID VaccineThe Inland Regional Center is requiring employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine, unless they have a medical or religious exemption, and the policy is not sitting well with some people.
$10K Reward Offered To Find Killer Of Hiker Gerald 'Myles' Purdue; Body Was Left In Culvert On Mt. BaldyGerald “Myles” Purdue, 63, of San Bernardino, was found shot to death at Mile Marker 3.09 Mount Baldy Road just before 2 p.m. on March 25.
Federal Prosecutors: 3 Inland Empire Women Behind More Than 100 Cases Of EDD FraudSequoia Edwards, 35, of Moreno Valley; 42-year-old Mireya Ramos of Colton; and 33-year-old Paris Thomas of San Bernardino, were all arrested this week on suspicion of filing dozens of fraudulent EDD claims in the names of California state prison inmates.
San Bernardino Co. Launches Illegal Fireworks Reporting System In Wake Of Ontario ExplosionFollowing last month’s massive fireworks explosion in an Ontario neighborhoods which left two men dead and caused millions of dollars in damage, San Bernardino County Thursday is unveiling a new illegal fireworks reporting system.
Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura Reach Less-Restrictive Orange TierRiverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties Tuesday reached the less-restrictive orange tier in the state's Blueprint for a Safer Economy. The move will take effect Wednesday.