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Police are trying to figure out how a body ended up on the 215 Freeway in San Bernardino Sunday morning.  Authorities  speculate that the 21 year old man could have been pushed from or fell out of a vehicle.  The man had been hit by numerous vehicles on the 215 just south of Little League Drive, and the investigation is ongoing.

A pit bull is sitting on death row after brutally attacking a grandmother in Perris on Friday. The 68-year-old woman suffered major injuries to her face and arms, and was luckily saved by her grandson who managed to pull the dog off her.

Multiple students in Temecula need to get their doctors approval before returning to school. Chaparral High School is dealing with an outbreak of impetigo, a highly contagious common skin infection that causes blisters or sores on the face, neck and hands. School officials have disinfected athletic facilities after sending ten students home on Friday.

1-800-Flowers is still in the doghouse after its Valentine’s Day flop. Unhappy customers say the company’s phone lines are jammed. Hundreds of people across the country were disappointed last Friday when their orders came damaged, wilted or didn’t arrive at all.

The powerball jackpot keeps on growing. No one won over the weekend which means Wednesdays jackpot is put at $400 million dollars.

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February 17, 2014 at 5:25 am | News | No comment

 

 

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