Local San Bernardino News

6 San Francisco Bay Area cities to extend coronavirus shelter-in-place order through at least May 1

Health officers in six counties of the the San Francisco Bay Area will soon extend the shelter-in-place order until at least May 1. Those counties — Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa Clara — were the first in California to issue sweeping restrictions on social movements to slow the spread of […]

Continue Reading

Redlands, San Bernardino rail work closes these streets beginning March 30

Work on the railroad tracks between San Bernardino and Redlands is expected to close several streets the week of Monday, March 30. Work on the Redlands Passenger Rail Project will continue, at least for now, despite the novel coronavirus outbreak as transportation and construction sectors are deemed essential by the state of California. New this week, Nevada Street […]

Continue Reading

Authorities capture 2 inmates who walked away from Northern California prison camp

REDWAY — Authorities on Sunday captured two minimum-security inmates who walked away from a prison camp in Northern California on Friday night. The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation found Derek Barnett, 29, and Noah Wilson, 28. Authorities arrested Barnett at 11 a.m. Sunday as he was preparing to leave an apartment complex in Ukiah, […]

Continue Reading

Former California probation officer convicted of killing pregnant wife among Gov. Newsom’s commutations

When Gov. Gavin Newsom pardoned five people and commuted the sentences of 21 others on Friday, he refocused scrutiny on one local case in particular: Rodney McNeal, the former San Bernardino County probation officer convicted of killing his wife and unborn child nearly 20 years ago. McNeal, now 50, was sentenced to 30 years to […]

Continue Reading

2 inmates who walked away from prison camp are captured; one has San Bernardino County ties

REDWAY, Calif. — Authorities on Sunday captured two minimum-security inmates who walked away from a prison camp in Northern California on Friday night. The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation found Derek Barnett, 29, and Noah Wilson, 28. Authorities arrested Barnett at 11 a.m. Sunday as he was preparing to leave an apartment complex in […]

Continue Reading

Former San Bernardino County probation officer convicted of killing pregnant wife among Newsom’s commutations

When Gov. Gavin Newsom pardoned five people and commuted the sentences of 21 others on Friday, he refocused scrutiny on one local case in particular: Rodney McNeal, the former San Bernardino County probation officer convicted of killing his wife and unborn child nearly 20 years ago. Rodney Patrick McNeal, seen here as he enters the […]

Continue Reading

19-year-old man killed, 20-year-old woman wounded in shooting in San Bernardino home

A 19-year-old man was killed and a 20-year-old woman was wounded in what investigators believe to be an attempted murder-suicide incident at a San Bernardino home on Saturday morning, authorities said. Family members of the 20-year-old woman went to check up on her early Saturday morning at an apartment unit at Acacia Park Apartments on […]

Continue Reading

12 patients of California nursing facility have coronavirus

Twelve individuals at a nursing facility in Yucaipa tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday, March 28, county health officials say. A resident of a nursing facility in Mentone is also presenting symptoms of the disease, according to a news release. San Bernardino County Public Health professionals say they are working closely with both facilities to […]

Continue Reading

12 patients of California nursing facility have coronavirus

Twelve individuals at a nursing facility in Yucaipa tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday, March 28, county health officials say. A resident of a nursing facility in Mentone is also presenting symptoms of the disease, according to a news release. San Bernardino County Public Health professionals say they are working closely with both facilities to […]

Continue Reading