Archive for May 8th, 2016
By Joe Nelson, The Sun
Posted: 05/06/16 – 4:20 PM PDT |
To read order, click the following link: USA v. Jeffrey Burum – Memoranda Order
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday reversed a lower court’s order in San Bernardino County’s Colonies corruption case, in which a defense attorney is challenging evidence seized by the FBI in 2011.
Saturday, May 7, 2016
Well, ladies and gentlemen, Republican Primary voters have spoken. Barring some disastrous, last-minute attempt to steal the Republican nomination at the convention, Donald Trump will be the Republican nominee for President.
Screenshot of the Rancho Cucamonga public safety dashboard.
By Liset Márquez, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Posted: 05/06/16 – 5:04 PM PDT |
RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> Well before President Barack Obama’s Police Task Force recommended making police activity data readily available to the public, this city was already providing that level of transparency for its residents.
Restaurant workers, cashiers, parking lot attendants and other low-paid workers will benefit when California’s wage begins rising. But many business owners will be grappling with increased costs, leading to price hikes, reduced hours, increased automation or layoffs. (File)
By Kevin Smith, San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Posted: 05/07/16 – 5:55 PM PDT |
California’s new minimum wage requirements are being hailed by supporters who say workers must earn a “living wage,” but others fear the pay hikes will fuel layoffs, higher prices and more automation as businesses scramble to offset increased costs.
Barb Stanton, left, listens to public comment during the Town Council’s special meeting in November. Stanton recently rallied mayoral support away from Victorville Mayor Pro Tem Jim Cox’s election bid to LAFCO after Victorville’s City Council ended its service agreement with VVWRA in April. Stanton said 1st District Supervisor Robert Lovingood threatened completion of the Yucca Loma Corridor project as a result. (James Quigg / Press Dispatch)
By Matthew Cabe and Shea Johnson, Staff Writers
Posted: May. 7, 2016 at 8:46 PM
Updated: May 8, 2016 at 9:15 PM
Victorville’s pullout from a local wastewater agency prompted an official-led campaign against its mayor pro tem, who sought a seat on the Local Agency Formation Commission, the Daily Press has learned.
By Jason Henry, San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Posted: 05/07/16 – 5:24 PM PDT |
A year ago, a troubling audit found the City of Industry paid its former mayor’s companies more than $326 million over 20 years and put a spotlight on the manufacturing-heavy city of about 200 residents.