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San Bernardino County (California)

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  • Brightsource Ivanpah solar project gets final clearance, readies for construction

     
    With financing, a labor agreement and now federal and state permits squared away, Brightsource Energy Inc. is likely to be the first major solar developer in decades to break ground in the California desert. The federal Bureau of Land Management......
  • Biologists scour Mojave in desert tortoise roundup

     
    More than 100 biologists and contract workers fanned out across a nearly pristine stretch of the eastern Mojave Desert on Friday to start rounding up tortoises blocking construction of the first major solar energy plant to be built on public......
  • Jury finds Caltrans partly responsible for ’03 mudslide that killed 14 [Updated]

     
    Caltrans could have to pay between $1 million and $4 million to a church whose retreat was the site of a catastrophic mudslide after a jury decided the agency was partly responsible for the 2003 disaster that killed 14 people......
  • Today is the last day to request a vote-by-mail ballot in California

     
    Today is the last day to request an absentee ballot to vote by mail in California. In Los Angeles County, voters can request a vote-by-mail ballot by going to the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s website and submitting an application no later than........
  • Whooping cough Q&A: Where can I get immunized against pertussis?

     
    With more than 6,000 people infected and the state death toll from whooping cough at 10 babies, readers have asked the Los Angeles Times where they can get vaccinated against the disease, also known as pertussis. Whooping-cough immunizations can be......
  • Halloween prank lands two women in hot water with authorities

     
    San Bernardino County authorities on Thursday arrested two alleged Halloween pranksters accused of tossing a mannequin wrapped in what appeared to be a bloody sheet onto an Interstate 40 on-ramp in Barstow. The California Highway Patrol, the San...
  • San Bernardino solar installation approved

     
    In two months, the California Energy Commission has blazed through seven solar power plant proposals, giving them the go-ahead to start construction in the desert. The most recent, the 664-megawatt Calico Solar Project planned for San Bernardino County,...
  • Warrant served and documents seized at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center

     
    A search warrant was served Thursday on San Bernardino’s county-owned Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, authorities said. FBI agents and San Bernardino district attorney's investigators seized documents at the 456-bed hospital in Colton but authorities...
  • Inmate escapes from San Bernardino County fire camp

     
    Authorities were searching Thursday for a 23-year-old inmate who escaped from a minimum-security fire camp in San Bernardino County. Edward David Torrison was handcuffed and being detained for possession of contraband about 5:25 p.m. when he slipped...
  • Federal agency failed to properly monitor off-road race that killed 8, report says

     
    The federal Bureau of Land Management failed to follow its own procedures for overseeing an August off-road desert race in San Bernardino County in which eight spectators were killed when a racer crashed into a crowd, an internal agency report released...
  • Concerns over golden eagles may put a damper on wind farm development

     
    APPLE VALLEY, Calif. — Fears that whirling wind turbines could slaughter protected golden eagles have halted progress on a key piece of the federal government's push to increase renewable energy on public lands, stalling plans for billions of dollars...
  • Rescuers save San Bernardino County woman swept away in her truck by rain-swollen creek

     
    A woman who was swept away in her pickup while crossing a rain-swollen creek in the San Bernardino National Forest was rescued Monday night after a harrowing, four-hour recovery effort, officials said. The 29-year-old woman was crossing Lytle Creek north....