Archive for October 15th, 2012

Monday, October 15, 2012 – 05:00 p.m.

State Senator Bob Dutton (R-Rancho Cucamonga) either isn’t sure about his chances of defeating Congressman Gary Miller (R-Rancho Cucamonga) or has no intention of serving in the U.S. House of Representatives more than six years.

Both men are seeking to represent the 31st Congressional District.

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InlandPolitics: After the shock, more skewed polling

Monday, October 15, 2012 – 03:30 p.m.

The shock of the first Presidential Debate has apparently worn off.

Remember that debate where Republican Nominee Mitt Romney performed well and President Barack Obama didn’t show up.

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InlandPolitics: Dutton not happy with Miller

State Senator Bob Dutton left. Congressman Gary Miller right.

Monday, October 15, 2012 – 09:00 a.m.

The battle to represent the 31st Congressional District continues to heat up.

State Senator Bob Dutton (R-Rancho Cucamonga) has given terse response to a hit piece sent out by the campaign of Congressman Gary Miller (R-Rancho Cucamonga).

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InlandPolitics: No shows at campaign forums raise questions

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Sunday, October 15, 2012 – 07:45 p.m.

HIGHLAND— San Manuel Tribal Member James Ramos appears to be on the defensive these days.

The Board of Supervisors candidate, who has already ducked out on two forums in Lucerne Valley and Yucca Mesa, is now giving Loma Linda the cold shoulder.

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The PE: 2012 ELECTION: Bono Mack, Ruiz race gets hot

Republican Rep. Mary Bono Mack is trying to fend off a challenge from Democrat Raul Ruiz in California’s 36th Congressional District. 2012

Published: 15 October 2012 – 04:01 AM
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WASHINGTON — In what has become an election year rite of autumn, Democrats again are ratcheting up their attacks on Inland Rep. Mary Bono Mack in advance of November’s showdown in California’s 36th Congressional District.

To read story by Ben Goad in The Press Enterprise, click here.

The PE: AIRPORT: Solving riddle of jet engine no. 3

Bill Ingraham, aviation director for San Bernardino International Airport, stands in front of the 1973 Boeing 727 that was used as collateral for a $550,000 loan the airport gave Scot Spencer’s companies in 2008. A mechanic inspected the plane recently to find a missing engine that was also used as collateral for the loan. (Photo by Kimberly Pierceall/The PE)

Published: 14 October 2012 – 06:12 PM

With Scot Spencer and San Bernardino International Airport, nothing is simple.

When airport officials were asked to account for three engines that Spencer used along with a Boeing 727 as collateral for a $550,000 loan from the airport, there wasn’t a yes or no answer. Instead, there was a question: Where are the engines?

To read story by Kimberly Pierceall in The Press Enterprise, click here.

Liset Marquez, Staff Writer
Posted: 10/14/2012 07:12:47 AM PDT
Updated: 10/14/2012 08:00:29 PM PDT

ONTARIO – A new regional authority formed to manage L.A./Ontario International Airport will meet today for the first time.

The Ontario International Airport Authority is expected to take a series of actions to formalize the new multijurisdictional organization, which will run the airport if Ontario succeeds in gaining control.

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The death chamber of the new lethal injection facility at San Quentin State Prison in San Quentin, Calif. (Eric Risberg/AP)

Published: 14 October 2012 – 08:01 PM

Voters in November will be asked if they want to get rid of California’s death penalty, currently imposed on 726 inmates — 112 of them from Riverside and San Bernardino counties.

To read story by Richard K. De Atley in The Press Enterprise, click here.

By Ed Mendel
Monday, October 15, 2012

The public employees most lightly touched by a pension reform signed by Gov. Brown last month are the judges, whose court rulings on public pensions can affect their own pensions and retirement income.

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