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San Bernardino County (California)

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  • Flood watches in effect for much of Southland

     
    A flood watch was issued by the National Weather Service on Tuesday evening for the San Fernando, San Gabriel and Antelope valleys, recent burn areas, the Orange and San Diego county coasts, the Inland Empire and almost all mountain areas....
  • Brunt of powerful storm expected to hit L.A. County around 4 a.m. Wednesday

     
    The brunt of the next rainstorm is forecast to hit around 4 a.m. Wednesday, bringing with it up to 3 inches of rain in the L.A. Basin along with lightning, hail and possible waterspouts along the coast. This storm could......
  • Swift-water rescue teams across L.A. area deploy as storm approaches

     
    Swift-water rescue crews were deploying Tuesday night as a strong Pacific storm moved toward Southern California. In San Bernardino County, rescuers were patrolling areas prone to flooding, officials said. Earlier Tuesday, crews made two rescues in...
  • Widespread flooding reported across region; Qualcomm Stadium flooded; Corona airport submerged

     
    Southern California was struggling with widespread flooding and scattered mudslides as a seventh straight day of rain pounded the region. The storms trapped residents in cars and homes over a wide area, caused a bridge collapse in San Bernardino County......
  • Mountain town of Green Valley Lake sealed off by flooding, rock slides

     
    The community of Green Valley Lake in the San Bernardino Mountains is effectively sealed in due to rock slides and flooding....
  • Damage from Southern California rains could top $60 million

     
    Damage from the storms that battered Southern California is expected to top $60 million. Lt. Gov. Abel Maldonado declared a state of emergency Thursday for Los Angeles, Kings and Santa Barbara counties in response to the destructive rain, which caused.......
  • State of emergency declared in L.A. County as officials tally storm damage

     
    Lt. Gov. Abel Maldonado declared a state of emergency in Los Angeles, Kings and Santa Barbara counties in response to destructive rains this week. State of emergencies were already declared in Kern, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Luis Obispo and.....
  • Snow strands vehicles, causing accidents on I-5 north of L.A.

     
    The California Highway Patrol reported numerous stranded vehicles and minor accidents along Interstate 5 north of Los Angeles late Sunday as falling snow and sleet shut down the Grapevine section of the freeway indefinitely. Near Magic Mountain, there...
  • Man suspected of kidnapping 3-year-old in San Bernardino County arrested in Mexico

     
    A man suspected of kidnapping a 3-year-old boy from his home in San Bernardino County and fleeing with him to Mexico has been arrested by Guadalajara authorities, FBI officials said Friday. Israel Ledesma-Moreno, 29, was taken into custody Thursday after....
  • California hotel foreclosures up 122% in 2010

     
    The number of California hotels that were foreclosed on in 2010 jumped 122%, to 138 properties, compared with the previous year, according to a new real estate report. The quarterly survey by the Atlas Hospitality Group of Irvine attributes the......
  • Obama declares disaster over December flooding, freeing funds for California

     
    President Obama on Wednesday declared a "major disaster" exists in the wake of severe flooding that hit California in December, clearing the way for federal emergency funds to be made available to local agencies. In December, the state declared an......
  • Federal loans available for victims of recent storms

     
    The federal Small Business Administration announced Thursday that it will make low-interest loans available to California homes and businesses damaged in recent heavy rainstorms. The region was hit by a series of storms from Dec. 17 through Jan. 4,...