Woman Charged With Murder In DUI Crash That Killed Child

By SBSD   SAN BERNARDINO, Calif.  – A 34-year-old Redlands woman has been charged with murder and multiple counts in connection with a DUI crash in San Bernardino that killed 3-year-old Michael Flores. Crystal Fuentes was arrested Thursday after striking and killing the child who was crossing Base Line Street in a crosswalk with his […]

Miguel’s Jr. Hosts Battle for Burritos to Raise Funds for SoCal Schools

City of Eastvale Corona – Miguel’s Jr. welcomes back the epic Battle for Burritos fundraising competition between five Southern California High Schools now through April 30. This year competition includes Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Santiago High School, Norco High School, Corona High School and Centennial High School and all are competing for free lunch from Miguel’s […]

Eastvale City Council Recap

By Tiana Goegebuer Eastvale – The February 22nd City Council Meeting was attended by Council Members Rigby, Rush, and Plott, as well as Mayor Pro Tem Lorimore and Mayor Tessari. The invocation was led by Pastor Ed Moreno from New Day Christian Church, and the Pledge of Allegiance was led by Mayor Pro Tem Lorimore. […]

Former Scout Camp Counselor Arrested

By SBSD In October of 2015, the victim and his parents reported to the Twin Peaks Sheriff’s Station that Sean Lee, an adult male, sexually assaulted the victim, a 16 year old minor. The case was immediately transferred to the Specialized Investigations Division – Crimes Against Children Detail (CACD). Detectives determined Sean Lee worked as […]

Sheriff Station Commanders Promoted

Courtesy City of Eastvale Sheriff Stan Sniff has appointed 2 new Chief Deputies on December 22, 2016, to fill existing vacancies created by recent retirements within the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. Captain Cheryl Evans was appointed to Chief Deputy and will oversee Corrections Operations, which consists of jail facilities in Blythe, Indio, Banning, Temecula and […]

Ontario Man Arrested For Robbery

By SBSD On December 21, 2016, at approximately 1:00 pm, deputies from the Rancho Cucamonga Police Department responded to a report of an armed robbery at 8880 Archibald Avenue. Preliminary information obtained at the scene indicated the suspect left on foot and was in possession of a handgun. For an abundance of caution, Rancho Middle […]

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

By City of Eastvale Eastvale— This holiday season, the Eastvale police will be out looking for drunk & drugged drivers as part of a special year-end Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over enforcement mobilization. “Beginning December 16 and continuing into the New Year, you will see stepped up enforcement watching closely for anyone who is driving impaired,” said Sergeant […]

Drug Lab Leads to Explosion

By City of Chino CHINO, CA – On Sunday November 27, 2016 at approximately 1:55 p.m. Chino Police Officers and Chino Valley Firefighters responded to a report of a residential fire in the 4900 block of G Street. Upon arrival, officers discovered that an explosion had occurred in the back of the residence.  The fire […]

San Antonio Regional Hospital Open House Event!

San Antonio Regional Hospital is having a Huge Open House event and is inviting all local residents to attend! See the Ad below and get details on the scheduled activities and special guests!

SoCalGas Conducts full-scale demonstration

By SoCalGas   San Bernardino- Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) joined first responders, excavators, contractors, utility owners and operators in a full-scale demonstration of what can happen when individuals or contractors do not dig safely in their backyards or work sites. The event took place at the San Bernardino Regional Emergency Training Center (SBRETC) in […]

Eastvale rated #1 city in California

Staff Reports Eastvale – Just being east of downtown Los Angeles, Eastvale manages to shine brighter than the all known county. Eastvale is a relatively new city because its previous owners were dairy farmers. Now at just six years old, and still growing, Eastvale is bursting with opportunity and prowess. Since the city itself is […]

Water Conservation Measures

Staff Reports Walnut- Are you following the water guidelines? Be sure to check out the updated changes that have been made as follows by the Walnut Valley Water District: Limits on Watering Hours: Watering or irrigating of lawn, landscape, or other vegetated areas with potable water is prohibited between the hours of 8 a.m. and […]

Man Arrested with Firearm

Staff Reports San Bernardino County – Reports of shots fired were announced Sunday, September 18, 2016 on the 1900 block of Adams Street at approximately 3:17 p.m. Witnesses recalled that a man, later identified as Jose Diaz, was driving around in a sedan and shot at the victim’s foot. When police spotted Diaz’ vehicle in […]

Woman Murdered Alive

Staff Reports Pomona – Alexander Anthony Clever was sentenced to life in prison without parole after the murder of his girlfriend, Yvette Silva, in 2014. On Nov. 29, 2014, Clever and Silva were heard arguing in their motel bathroom, according to Michael Matoba, the Deputy District Attorney who prosecuted the case. Two of the victim’s […]

Woman Found Dead At Walnut Ridge Apts

Staff Reports Walnut, CA —Homicide detectives are investigating the suspicious death of 20 something year-old woman, who was found dead at a condominium building of the Walnut Ridge Apartments on Sentous Ave. The body of Deborah Lagunas was discovered about 5 a.m. Monday in the 3400 block of Sentous Avenue, the sheriff’s department reported. Authorities […]

Man Arrested For Attempted Murder

Staff Reports Rancho Cucamonga- On September 13, the Rancho Cucamonga Police Department responded to an incident in the 10900 block of Terra Vista Parkway in Rancho Cucamonga. As the deputies approached the residence, they heard several gunshots coming from inside of the home. According to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, “Deputies believed the series […]

CVMC and Chino PD want your vote!

Staff Reports Chino- The City of Chino Police Department has partnered with the Chino Valley Medical Center (CVMC) to participate in Medline’s Pink Glove Dance Competition for the third time and has chosen The Let It Be Foundation to receive the award money if they win the contest. Medline’s Pink Glove Competition is a breast […]

Parents Arrested For Child Cruelty

Staff Reports San Bernardino County- There were ongoing incidents and an investigation between September 11 and September 14, after deputies were dispatched on a report of a domestic disturbance case in the 14400 block of Columbia Street in the City of Adelanto. The Victor Valley Sheriff’s Department assigned Deputy Lauren Abernathy on the incident and […]

Flags honor 9/11 victims at Walnut High

WVUSD WALNUT, CA- About a dozen Walnut High students are making sure the school community pauses to remember the 9/11 tragedy this weekend. Volunteers gathered after school on September 9 to place nearly 3,000 American flags on the front lawn to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attacks. They created the 12-foot-tall 911 and pentagon […]

Senior Citizen Attacked by SB Resident

Staff Reports San Bernardino- On September 3, at 24600 block of Sixth Street in San Bernardino, the victim, who is a senior citizen, called 911 for help after he was attacked by Antonio Tellez, who tried to stab him in the face. The victim first ran into his bedroom because he was overwhelmed by Tellez. […]