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April 18, 1987 | Associated Press
The San Bernardino Sun newspaper defied a court order Friday by publishing a story about testimony in a death penalty case that defense attorneys said would endanger the defendant if he returns to prison. "We took that action this morning because we believe our readers should be aware of what is happening in this courtroom," said Robert W. Ritter, executive editor of the San Bernardino Sun. "We believe that we have the right under the First Amendment."
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April 18, 1987 | Associated Press
The San Bernardino Sun newspaper defied a court order Friday by publishing a story about testimony in a death penalty case that defense attorneys said would endanger the defendant if he returns to prison. "We took that action this morning because we believe our readers should be aware of what is happening in this courtroom," said Robert W. Ritter, executive editor of the San Bernardino Sun. "We believe that we have the right under the First Amendment."
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December 19, 2003 | From a Times Staff Writer
San Bernardino police have arrested a man on suspicion of making terrorist threats against a San Bernardino County Sun newspaper reporter who wrote a story about the mental illness and death of the man's wife. Stephen Meer, 48, was arrested in the San Bernardino Mountains community of the Valley of Enchantment on Wednesday after Sun reporter Emily Sachs and her editors alleged that he left a threatening message on her voice mail.
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December 17, 1988 | Associated Press
A cryonics laboratory and the family of an award-winning television writer whose remains were frozen at the lab are locked in a dispute over millions of dollars in residuals from hit television shows, attorneys said. The body of Richard C. Jones, a three-time Emmy Award-winning writer-producer who worked under the name Dick Clair, was frozen at Alcor Life Extension Laboratory in Riverside this week after he died of an AIDS-related illness, The San Bernardino Sun newspaper reported Friday.
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October 9, 2013 | By Richard Winton
Prosecutors allege that a former Rialto school district accountant charged with embezzling $1.8 million stole more than $4,200 a week for eight years. Judith Oakes, 48, faces 16 felony counts and the prospect of up to 11 years in prison if convicted of all the charges in what Rialto police say is the largest white-collar crime case they have ever handled. Oakes, who was allegedly caught on video stuffing school lunch money into her bra, was charged Tuesday. As nutrient services accountant, Oakes oversaw the lunch money collected from the district's 29 schools, along with related state and federal funds.
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October 9, 2013 | By Richard Winton
A former Rialto school district accountant accused of embezzling $1.8 million in schools' lunch money after being seen on video stuffing cash in her bra pleaded not guilty Wednesday to 16 felonies. After entering the not guilty pleas, Judith Oakes, 48, was held in lieu of $1.8-million bail by a San Bernardino County Superior Court judge Oakes could serve up to 11 years in prison if convicted of all the charges in what Rialto police say is the largest white-collar crime case they have ever handled.
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November 4, 2013 | By Rick Rojas
Dwarfed by the looming seal of a troubled city, a group of nearly a dozen candidates crowded on the City Council dais, shoulder to shoulder, taking turns explaining why they should be the next mayor of San Bernardino. There was the retired coach who said he could whip the city into shape like the boys on his wrestling team. The developer who wanted to make it easier to build. The real estate broker running on a platform of prayer, transparency in government and turning a languishing shopping mall into the world's largest skate park.
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