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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 30, 2012 | By Phil Willon, Los Angeles Times
The city of San Bernardino will raid restricted funds to pay its employees and try to remain solvent while it seeks protection in Bankruptcy Court. The decision came after a marathon Wednesday night meeting rife with finger-pointing and political sniping over how to slash city spending by nearly a third. In the end, the council postponed action on a budget and opted to do what city officials had previously done to forestall the fiscal crisis - borrow from funds not intended for day-to-day expenses, a practice that has drawn federal scrutiny of the city's books.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 8, 2013 | By Rick Rojas
For Scott Beard, San Bernardino's decision to file for bankruptcy was just the last in a long list of grievances against the city where he has lived for 15 years. He saw crime worsen and more panhandlers on street corners. He saw an exodus of residents and businesses. He saw the city's core hollowing and its pride evaporating. San Bernardino, he said, has been in "substantial decline and spiraling downward. " The common denominator in all of this, he said, was the city's leadership.
SPORTS
December 24, 2012 | By Chris Foster
UCLA receiver Shaquelle Evans said he got to San Diego on Friday and "walked around town to see some things. " This is where UCLA's season ends, with the Bruins staying in a swank hotel and preparing to play Baylor in the Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl on Thursday. Where the season began, there was no walking around. "We were in lockdown," Evans said. TIMELINE: College football 2012-13 bowl schedule It has been more than four months since the Bruins were bused to Cal State San Bernardino for a training camp/survival test.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 23, 2013 | By Joseph Serna
As the hunt for the killer of a transgender YouTube reality star entered its fourth day on Friday, detectives sharpened their focus on an 18-year-old man from San Bernardino. Fontana detectives say Dantjier Powell beat 31-year-old Domonique Newburn to death in her Fontana apartment Tuesday afternoon after a struggle. Authorities told local media they believe Powell was involved in a relationship with Newburn, who in 2010 legally changed her name from Daymond Watford. Now the search is on for Powell, who police said may be traveling out of state with Jamie Nicole Cotton, 25, of Highland.
SPORTS
January 27, 1985
Southern California College downed Cal State San Bernardino, 98-72, in a nonconference basketball game in San Bernardino Saturday. Randy McAllister led SCC with 19 points. Tom Ames paced San Bernardino with 18.
SPORTS
February 17, 1985
Sue Semrau, Leslie Sherman and Jennifer Gregory scored 15 points each to lead the UC San Diego women's basketball team to an 85-58 win over Cal State San Bernardino Saturday night. The win improves the Tritons' record to 9-11 Sayori Thomas led San Bernardino (3-18) with 18 points and 6 rebounds.
REAL ESTATE
March 6, 1988
HDS Plaza, a 4-story office building, will be built in Sunwest Business Park in San Bernardino with a $7.1-million construction loan placed by the Southern California office of Lomas & Nettleton Real Estate Investment Banking. The building will contain 98,000 square feet and will be located on nearly five acres. The developer is the Simchowitz Corp.; the architect is Banzuelo/Rierson Inc. of San Bernardino.
SPORTS
September 30, 2000 | DALE RUHE
Dominating on both sides of the ball, Tustin defeated host San Bernardino, 24-0, Friday night. Tustin gained 331 yards in total offense and held San Bernardino to 110 yards in the game, 25 yards in the second half. The Tillers led San Bernardino (3-1) by nine minutes in second-half time of possession held standout San Bernardino running back Derrick Stotts to less than half his average rushing game.
NEWS
December 17, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Service Reports
A small earthquake was felt in parts of San Bernardino County early today, but there were no reports of damage nor injury, authorities said. The 9:44 a.m. quake measured 3.5 on the Richter scale and was centered 16 miles northeast of San Bernardino, said Robert Finn, spokesman for Pasadena's California Institute of Technology. Residents from Colton to Running Springs, near the epicenter about 60 miles east of Los Angeles, reported feeling a sharp jolt.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 25, 2006 | From a Times Staff Writer
A 16-year-old boy was fatally shot Saturday evening near his East Orange Street home in San Bernardino and police are looking for a suspect identified as Keith Warren Thomas, 22. Thomas is a known gang member but the victim, Traveil Williams, was not, according to Police Lt. Scott Paterson. "From all indications, he was a good kid," Paterson said of the victim. San Bernardino has been reeling lately with deadly violence.
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