“Have their hands full” The Inland Empire political landscape is more purple than red. While the region is home to some of California’s most conservative politicians, Riverside and San Bernardino counties have pluralities of Democratic voters and both counties went to Democrats Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton in the last two presidential elections. … [Read more...] about Will Riverside and San Bernardino counties join the federal lawsuit against the sanctuary state law?
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He said he worked to reduce taxes by $16 billion, in the form of tax credits for any industry needing to upgrade their equipment to meet new emissions standards. Additionally, Steinorth said he worked to repeal what he called an illegal fire tax on 850,000 homes and helped place a maeasure on the June ballot to kill the proposed bullet train. … [Read more...] about Vandalism! Big accusations! Welcome to the battle for 2nd District San Bernardino County supervisor
Selyem, a 50-year-old Placentia resident and former Orange County sheriff’s deputy of seven years, is the lead prosecutor in the District Attorney’s Hardcore Gang Unit, where he has worked for 12 years. Some have come to his defense, arguing his comments are no worse than Waters’ recent call for Democrats to “push back” and confront members of the Trump administration if seen in public and “tell them they’re not welcome.” … [Read more...] about Civil rights groups demand ouster of San Bernardino County prosecutor for racist, sexist social media rants
Former investigative technician Cheryl Ristow alleged she had an affair with Ramos from September 2003 to February 2005. She said she was retaliated against and punished after the allegations were made public in a local weekly newspaper, the San Bernardino County Sentinel, which also published the Ramos attack ad. … [Read more...] about Political ad accuses San Bernardino County DA of being a ‘sexual predator’
Ramos’ defeat followed a series of failed high-profile corruption cases. The biggest was the Colonies case, in which wealthy Rancho Cucamonga developer Jeff Burum and three former top county officials stood accused of conspiring to fix a $102 million settlement in 2006 between the county and Burum’s Rancho Cucamonga investor group, Colonies Partners LP. The settlement ended nearly five years of heated legal battle over flood control improvements at Colonies Partners’ 434-acre residential and commercial development in Upland, adjacent the 210 Freeway. … [Read more...] about First new San Bernardino County D.A. in 16 years arrives with big plans