San Bernardino police are looking for a man who allegedly shot and killed his brother in law at an apartment complex on Mountain View Street yesterday afternoon. Authorities say the suspects sister witnessed her brother Rafael Flores kill her husband. Flores remains on the run.
The suspect in the alleged plot to blow up the Federal Reserve Bank in New York City purportedly came to the United States solely to commit an act of terrorism. NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly says his department worked hand-in-hand with the FBI to arrest the 21-year-old Bangladeshi national in a Wednesday morning sting operation.
An Amazon distribution center under construction in San Bernardino has opened two weeks ahead of schedule. It’s located at at the corner of Tippecanoe and Central avenues, at the site of the former Norton Air Force Base. The online retailer has already hired hundreds of employees and continues to scout out more. Amazon will hold a press conference today to announce the actual number of available positions.
The cause of a three-acre quarry fire in Banning is under investigation. The blaze broke out yesterday afternoon around 2 near Sunset Avenue and Shirleon Drive. Crews had it contained in about three hours later. No homes are structures were threatened, and no injuries were reported.
Inland Empire residents are urged to take part in the Great California Shakeout — an earthquake drill set for 10:18 a.m. Businesses, schools, state and city offices will have participants drop, cover, and hold on as if a major quake were happening. KOLA will be participating as well. You can get more info at shakeout.org.
More new cars are on the roadways these days. The California New Car Dealers Association says new vehicle registrations rose 34-percent compared to one year ago.
Ashton Kutcher is now the highest paid TV star. Forbes say that Kutcher made a whopping $24 million dollars over the last year. Former “House” star Hugh Laurie and Ray Romano of “Men of A Certain Age” tied for second with each earning an estimated 18-million-dollars.
October 18, 2012 at 5:15 am | Local News | No comment