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A sentinel chicken in #Rialto has tested positive for #WestNile virus. The infected bird was located in the area of Pepper Avenue and Base Line. http://buff.ly/1zl8K5p
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After 12 years of work, Boyhood, starring Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette, is finally hitting theaters. Find out what it took to create a more than decade long project via Insidesocal Entertainment here: http://buff.ly/1qPjgzD #Boyhood
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Police are investigating the latest homicide in the city, the fourth in less than a week. Shortly before midnight Wednesday, Juan Carlos Villapudua, 27, of #SanBernardino was shot in the back in the 2800 block of Rialto Avenue. He was pronounced dead at the scene. http://buff.ly/TVcj1e
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#RialtoUnified officials agreed with outgoing Superintendent Harold Cebrun that any future bad-mouthing will be costly, according to Cebrun’s separation agreement with the district. Read more about the on-disparagement clause here: http://buff.ly/1ziHGUt
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The #HomewoodSuites by #Hilton being built in #SanBernardino is planned to open later this month or in early August. Find out what features the extended-stay hotel will offer here: http://buff.ly/1xD3jgx
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Three Yucaipa 17-year-olds threw caution to the rain and rescued a homeless couple from a pooling flood control channel on Friday afternoon, authorities said. http://buff.ly/1rEbl8j
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@HiddenCash struck at Lake Balboa Park today. Where do you hope #HiddenCash leaves money next? Will you be following along with his clues on Twitter?

In his second money-dropping trip to the greater Los Angeles area, formerly anonymous real-estate developer Jason Buzi launched a four-day scavenger hunt that will also take him to Orange County and the Inland Empire. Read more about today's treasure finders and seekers here: http://buff.ly/1ml9p1r
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A steady stream of clients, many of them children and teens, made their way to Luxury Cuts on Sunday and walked away with a free haircut and free school supplies.

The event was the idea of Trevaugn Moore, a #SanBernardino man who is trying to get the message out that people in the city care about each other and are willing to lend a hand to help others achieve their highest potential. Read more about Moore's mission here: http://buff.ly/1j9b6zs
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Sheriff’s deputies responding to a “possible” traffic collision found a dead man Sunday morning in #Hesperia. The case is being investigated as a homicide, authorities said. http://buff.ly/1qc8OhK
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@HiddenCash is heading back to the Los Angeles area later this week, plus Orange County and the Inland Empire. What cities do you hope #HiddenCash shows up in? Will you take part in the treasure hunt?

Read more about Twitter benefactor's return here: http://buff.ly/1qM1Unh
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Three people died in a plane crash that occurred Sunday morning near Lake Elsinore, the Riverside County Fire Department reported. http://buff.ly/1sjnZqQ
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The Sun is a daily newspaper serving San Bernardino County, including the cities of San Bernardino, Highland, Rialto, Fontana, Redlands, Colton, Grand Terrace, Loma Linda and communities in the High Desert and San Bernardino Mountains.

The Sun was founded on Sept. 1, 1894, when San Bernardino was a small city of just 3,000 residents. In 1974, it took the name The Sun-Telegram, then changed its name in 1986 to The San Bernardino County Sun, reflecting a regional approach to local news coverage. 

Today, The Sun is a multimedia news organization serving information in print as well as online and on mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablet computers. With a mobile website and apps available for the most popular mobile operating systems, as well as recently launched iPad apps, 

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