Archive for March 3rd, 2015

Lou Desmond

Tuesday, March 3, 2015 – 04:30 p.m.

Tonight on The Lou Desmond & Company Show, Cliff Cummings, president of Toyota of San Bernardino, former California Republican Party Chairman Tom Del Beccaro and Lou’s favorite Liberal, Georgine Trujillo, join Lou to discuss a number of topics.

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Fontana USD

Tuesday, March 3, 2015 – 10:30 a.m.

A San Bernardino Civil Jury, on Monday, awarded a multimillion dollar judgement to a former Fontana Unified School District employee, who alleged she was raped by a School Police Officer.

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Ontario International Airport

A passenger waits for his ride at L.A./Ontario International Airport in Ontario. The Ontario International Airport Authority claims a proposed map will contract the noise levels around (L.A./Ontario International Airport/Staff file photo)

By Liset Marquez, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Posted: 03/02/15, 12:01 AM PST |

ONTARIO >> The Ontario International Airport Authority has opposed a proposed map it claims will contract the noise levels around L.A./Ontario International Airport and shut out 800 residents from being eligible for sound insulation funding.

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black ribbon

By Michel Nolan, The Sun
Posted: 03/02/15 – 12:01 AM PST

Lorraine O’Campo Velarde, who served as chief of staff under two San Bernardino mayors, has died.

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UT SanDiego: Regulator had regular chats with Edison


By Jeff McDonald
March 2, 2015 – 4:46 p.m.

Document: Commissioner Florio emails with Southern California Edison

The state utility regulator who recused himself from future Pacific Gas & Electric business after his behind-the-scenes emails were released publicly has taken part in similar backchannel discussions with Southern California Edison, newly obtained records show.

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SacBee: Legislature may regain mapmaking

Dan Walters

By Dan Walters
03/02/2015 9:53 PM

One can read too much into questions and comments from appellate judges during oral arguments, but with that caveat, it appears that the U.S. Supreme Court is poised to erase the redrawing of congressional districts by independent commissions created by voters through the initiative process.

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U.S. Capitol
Democrats could use the rules to force a clean funding bill through the House, unless the GOP decides to stop them.

By Daniel Newhauser
March 2, 2015

House Republican leaders still don’t seem to have a plan to avoid a partial shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security at the end of the week. But they may have an escape hatch—one that could technically keep the department open without GOP fingerprints, but might infuriate conservatives in the process.

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