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San Jacinto makes staff cuts and more

Layoffs in Inland Empire

San Jacinto has let go seven full-time and three part-time employees in the aftermath of voters’ rejection of a utility tax that would have helped pay for police and fire protection. Seven vacant positions will not be filled, and two other employees – one full-time and one part-time – are …

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San Bernardino again considering outsourcing police service

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The San Bernardino City Council today might ask the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department if it’s interested in providing police protection to the city. The council’s vote comes almost two years after it first asked the department what it would cost to provide police service in San Bernardino, according to …

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Ebola concerns prompt nurses strike

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A nurses strike regarding better protection against the Ebola virus that began Tuesday in Northern California is moving to the Southland. Thousands of nurses either walked off the job or joined picket lines at major hospitals today to protest inadequate staffing and demand better protective gear against infectious diseases like …

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Inland water use ranks high

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Some Inland Empire residents are reportedly leading the state in water use. Residents in the driest parts of the two-county region are using an average of 252 gallons a day, nearly three times the average daily use in coastal communities in Northern California, according to a report in The Press-Enterprise. …

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OIA traffic improves

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After years of declining passenger traffic, Ontario International Airport might be starting a comeback. The airport attracted slightly more than three million passengers during the first nine months of this year, up 3.74 percent compared with the same period in 2013, according to data released Tuesday by Los Angeles World …

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Moreno Valley reinstates employee who is suing them

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A Moreno Valley deputy city attorney who is suing the city over his recent termination has returned to work for the city. Paul Early returned to his former job two weeks ago shortly after Moreno Valley officials offered to reinstate him, according to a report in The Press-Enterprise. Early, who …

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