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          San Bernardino National Forest authorities ask for public’s help in Creek fire investigation      Cache   Translate Page      
The Creek fire burned 33 acres and broke out near a recreational shooting area.
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Multiquip is opening an all-new 188,000-square-foot logistics and technical assistance center in San Bernardino, Calif.

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          2000 NLCS MVP- Mets Pitcher: Mike Hampton (2000)      Cache   Translate Page      
Michael William Hampton was born on September 9, 1972 in Brooksville, Florida. The five foot ten left handed pitcher was drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the 6th round of the 1990 draft . Hampton had a modest minor league career, winning a high of 13 games (13-8) with a 3.12 ERA at A ball San Bernardino in 1992.

In 1993 he made the Seattle staff out of Spring Training. He debuted in Detroit allowing four runs to the Tigers & taking a loss in four innings of work. That day the Mariners lost 20-3. On April 23rd he earned his first big league win, it was a middle relief appearance against the A.L. New York team. He remained on the staff through July going 1-3 with a save & two holds with a 9.53 ERA. He was sent down to AA Jacksonville, where he went 6-4 the rest of the year. In the off season he was traded to the Houston Astros along with Mike Felder in exchange for Eric Anthony.

He spent six seasons in Houston gradually developing into a top starter. Hampton kept his ERA under four every year with the Astros although he did give up a large number of hits & walks throughout his career. He gradually increased his victories each season, going from nine in 1995 to ten in 1996. That year he was 10- 10, striking out 101 batters pitching in 160 innings, while posting a 3.59 ERA.

In 1997 he won 15 games (15-10) second on the first place Astros staff to Daryl Kile (19-7). Hampton posted a 3.83 ERA, throwing a pair of shut outs, striking out 139 batters while pitching 223 innings (9th in the NL). His 34 starts & seven complete games were both third most in the league. On his down side he allowed 217 hits (4th in the league) 77 walks (6th in the league) & 95 earned runs (8th in the league). In the NLDS against the Atlanta Braves, he took the loss in Game #2 allowing six runs in 4.2 innings.

In 1998 he was 11-7 getting to the NLDS again , this time losing to the NL Champion San Diego Padres. He earned no decision in the series. By 1999 he was one of the league’s top pitchers, leading the NL with 22 wins, and a .846 winning percentage. He was third in the NL with a 2.90 ERA, striking out a career high 177 batters (9th in the NL) in 239 innings pitched (4th in the NL). He threw three complete games with two shut outs.

He was the Sporting News Pitcher of the Year, coming in runner up to Arizona's Randy Johnson for the Cy Young Award. Hampton made his first ALL Star appearance that year as well. He was one of two twenty game winners on the Astros staff, the other being Jose Lima (21-10). The Astros got to another post season but exited in the first round once again. Hampton was always a good hitting pitcher and was one of the best of his era. In 1999 he hit .311 with seven walks and 10 RBIs. 

Houston took advantage of Hampton's big season; with it being the final year of his contract they put him on the trade block. In order to not pay out a big contract they traded him to the New York Mets in December 1999. In the deal the Astros insisted the Mets take along Derek Bell who had been nothing but trouble for Houston. In exchange the Mets gave up Octavio Dotel & Roger Cedeno. He may have had a short career in New York but the one season he pitched here, was an important one. He was the last piece Bobby Valentine needed in order to get his team to the World Series.

Hampton’s 2000 season didn’t start out so well, on Opening Day in a game played in Japan, he lost to the Chicago Cubs, allowing two runs over five innings pitched. He started out the year at 0-3 before getting his first win, which came at Shea Stadium on April 18th against the Milwaukee Brewers. In May he won four straight game going 4-0 in the month. In the first three of those games he allowed just one run in 18 innings of work. He tossed one complete game while going into the 8th inning or beyond three times.

On May 20th he came to bat with the bases loaded in the bottom of the 4th inning facing Omar Dahl with the Mets down 1-0. He singled driving in the first two runs, in what turned out to be a 15-8 Mets win over the Chicago Cubs. Later in the year on August 7th, he helped his own caude & drove in two more Mets runs with a single in Houston, leading to a 6-5 win.

On June 25th he pitched a five hit shutout at Shea Stadium, striking out nine Pittsburgh Pirates. He won another three straight from there into July. On July 9th he pitched seven innings of shutout ball, to beat the AL New York team 2-0 in the subway series at Shea. On July 27th he pitched another complete game in the second game of a double header, beating the Montreal Expos. From there he went on another four game win streak throughout the month of August, topped off by an eight inning, three hitter against the Arizona Diamondback.

He was 13-7 entering September but had a rough 0-3 start to the September pennant race. On September 2nd he pitched into the 9th inning but took a tough 2-1 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals. In his next start he pitched into the 8th inning but the Mets were shut out by Vicente Padilla & the Phillies. On September 23rd he beat the Phillies & then in his last start of the regular season, he pitched five shutout innings to beat the Montreal Expos at Shea Stadium.

He finished up the year at 15-10, second on the Mets staff to Al Leiter's 16 wins & tenth most wins in the NL. He struck out 151 batters, also second on the staff to Leiter’s 200 strike outs. Hampton led the club in ERA 3.10 (the 5th best in the NL) innings pitched (217) complete games (3) & one shutout. For the second year in a row he also allowed the fewest HRs per nine innings (0.414) in the National League. At the plate he hit .274 driving in 8 runs, leading all NL pitchers.



Post Season: In the NLDS he opened up the Series in San Francisco but gave up five runs taking the loss to the Giants. Hampton made up for it & secured his place in Mets history in the NLCS. In the series opener at St. Louis' Busch Stadium, Hampton pitched seven shutout innings, allowing just six hits while striking out four Cardinals. The Mets took the Opener 6-2. He saved his best outing of the year, for the pennant clinching Game #5 at Shea Stadium.

Hampton went the distance pitching a three hit complete game shutout, striking out eight Cardinals in front a wild sold out, Shea Stadium crowd. (centerfieldmaz was in attendance that historic night) It ranks as one of the best Mets post season pitching performances in the clubs history. He got the last out when Cardinals pinch hitter Rick Wilkins flew out to centerfielder Jay Payton. As the Mets celebrated, Hampton was lifted off the ground by Mike Piazza as the Mets advanced to the World Series. Hampton was voted the MVP of the NLCS.


In the World Series, he took the loss in Game #2 giving up four runs, on eight hits & five walks in six innings pitched of the 6-5 Mets loss. After the 2000 season he upset Met fans by signing with the Colorado Rockies.

The air in Colorado made him an even better hitter; he hit 10 HRs & batted over .300 in two seasons playing there. He won 14 games in the Rocky Mountains but lost 13 and had an ERA of 5.14. Next season he battled injuries and his ERA ballooned over six as he lost 15 games while only winning seven.

He was traded to the Atlanta Braves in 2003 and went 14-8 with a 3.84 ERA getting to another post season. In the NLDS he pitched two games taking a 5-1 loss in the final Game #5 to the Chicago Cubs. That season he won the gold Glove Award, breaking Greg Maddox record of 13 straight.

In 2004 he was 13-9 posting a 4.28 ERA and got no decisions in two games pitched in the NLDS against Houston. In 2005 he had arm trouble and needed Tommy John surgery that September. He missed the entire 2006 season rehabbing his arm. In 2007 he returned but then tore an oblique muscle and had to miss the rest of that season as well. In April 2008 he was to make a highly anticipated return, but while warming up he strained a pectoral muscle & was placed on the DL. He finally returned almost three years later, in July of 2008.


In his first start he allowed six runs to the Phillies in Philadelphia, exiting after four innings. In his next start he allowed four runs in five innings of work. On August 5th he earned his first win in nearly three years, beating the San Francisco Giants. He would go 4-5 with a 4.85 ERA for Atlanta in 2008.

In 2009 he signed with his old team in Houston, taking the role as the number two starter behind the Astros; Roy Oswalt. He went 7-10 with an ERA of 4.07. By the end of the season he needed rotator cuff surgery and missed most of 2010, returning in September with the Arizona D-backs.

In his 16 year career he was 148-115 (249th most wins all time) with a 4.06 ERA. He struck out 1387 batters (226th all time) with 901 walks (157th most all time) in 2268 innings pitched over 409 games. Hampton made 355 starts (183rd all time) with nine shut outs & 21 complete games. He has given up 200 HRs with 1024 earned runs (212th all time most). Hampton has thrown 75 wild pitches (210 all time) Hampton is the only pitcher to win five Silver Slugger Awards.
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SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — Officials with San Bernardino National Forest are asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspect or suspects involved in starting the Creek Fire. The 33-acre fire was first reported at 12:12 p.m. on Saturday, June 30, in the San Bernardino Mountains between the communities of Highland and Running Springs. It …

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Address: 473 E Carnegie, Dr #200, San Bernardino, CA 92408 USAPhone: 9099654033Website: https://www.sanbernardinoexpungement.com/Keywords: Criminal Attorney CADescription: At the Record Expungement Attorney Law Firm, we pride ourselves on being completely upfront with our clients. After providing a free initial consultation, we will determine a flat fee price to handle their case. We never include any hidden fees, or surprises in our fee agreements. Once we determine we can help you, you will know exactly what it will cost for us to handle your case. Contact the Record Expungement Attorney Law Firm today to set up your free consultation. Don’t let your criminal record hold you back any longer. Our experienced attorneys can help clear your record, and give you the fresh start you have been waiting for. Call 714-627-5727 today.Hour: 24/7Payment: Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express
          (USA-CA-Redlands) Sales Representative On Premise - Inland Empire      Cache   Translate Page      
Job Descriptions: We are looking for an On-Premise Sales Rep for the Inland Empire Area to join our Local Sales Team - The specific territory for this role will be in the North Inland Empire area (Redlands, Corona, San Bernardino, Fontana, Beaumont). Craft beer sales experience is not required for this position; however, an understanding and passion for craft beer is required and prior sales experience is a must. Only applicants who reside or would be willing to relocate to the Inland Empire area will be considered. This Sales Representative is responsible for (but not limited to) prospecting and securing new business by determining focus areas within the territory, setting up presentations, and utilizing stop-by techniques. You must ensure that existing accounts have the appropriate amount of beer for their ordering period, maximize the POS exposure in each account, and organize an efficient daily route to ensure a productive workday. Required Experience: + Bachelor's degree preferred. + Strong communication and organizational skills with the ability to interact effectively with management and sales reps. + Excellent organizational and project management skills. + B2B sales experience with strategic regional development and selling skills. + Excellent Presentation & Communication Skills. + Must be able to build and maintain customer relationships. + Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. + This position requires a Class C license with a clean MVR. Stone Brewing Co. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and committed to workforce diversity. M/F/D/V are encouraged to apply. Pre-employment drug screening, physical, and background check are required. Keyword: Sales From: Stone Brewing Co.
          Comment on "A tactical medicine after-action report of the San Bernardino terrorist incident" - van Stralen D, McKay SD, Inaba K, Hartwig M, Mercer TA.       Cache   Translate Page      
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          The Summit Gym in Big Bear, a home away from home for Gennady Golovkin, Abel Sanchez – ESPN (press release) (blog)      Cache   Translate Page      
ESPN (press release) (blog) The Summit Gym in Big Bear, a home away from home for Gennady Golovkin, Abel SanchezESPN (press release) (blog)BIG BEAR LAKE, Calif. — Boxing's unbeaten combination of Gennady Golovkin, Abel Sanchez and this quiet town in the San Bernardino Mountains has become one of the sport's greatest success stories. And the …
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          Armed Man, Accomplice Sought After Stealing Baby Formula From Children’s Nutrition Center in Adelanto      Cache   Translate Page      
Authorities are seeking the public’s help in identifying two men who robbed a children’s health facility in Adelanto at gunpoint on Tuesday. When the men went into Children’s Nutrition Center at 11450 Bartlett Ave. around 2:45 p.m., one of them aimed a handgun at the 40-year-old woman who was the sole employee present at the time, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department said in a news release. The men then forced the woman into a restroom at the back of […]
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Phillip Gordon Sundling Phillip Gordon Sundling died age 77 on 8/13/2018 in San Bernardino. Born in Akron CO, his life-long passion was studying the...
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A from San Bernardino, California, used her 1-year-old son to work out whilst doing some gardening. The amusing clip shows the woman carrying her son on the shoulders whilst mowing the lawn in her garden. The clip was captured on September 11.
           As California Ends Money Bail, Tech Startup Aims to Help People Make Their Court Dates       Cache   Translate Page      

Uptrust, a three-year-old startup that sends court appearance reminders out in order to prevent people from receiving failure-to-appear violations, is gaining ground in California — just as the state is revamping its bail system.

The company has just launched in the public defender's office of Yolo County, home to Davis and West Sacramento, and will soon launch in San Bernardino County, one of the most populous counties in the nation. It’s notched a total of 11 customers, including the Virginia Indigent Defense Commission.

While the startup’s goal is decarceration — keeping people out of jail — it has a very practical pitch to the government offices it works with. That is, keeping people out of jail saves money.

Some of the company’s customers put the cost of a failure-to-appear violation at about $1,000 per person, said Jacob Sills, Uptrust’s CEO and co-founder. It can result in a person going to jail for a nonviolent offense, which means that a prosecutor has to open up a new case and the county has to dedicate resources to the case.

But there are often good reasons a person doesn’t show up for court, he said. So Uptrust is built as a two-way communications device, to not only send reminders, but also search for ways to resolve whatever is standing in the way of a person with a court date.

“If you’re a single mother and you have court, the issue you have … might be child care,” Sills said. “How can we think about, in the future, connecting you to that child care?”

So if the court has a day-care facility, the tool could give the defendant information about that. Or, a public defender could use the tool to help the defendant put together a transportation plan to get to the courthouse.

Sills said that after the company launched in Contra Costa County, Calif., in 2016, it saw appearance rates rise from the low-to-mid 80 percent range to up above 90 percent.

He said part of Uptrust’s strategy is to make people more efficient, rather than replace the work they do. The tool is meant to open up a dialog and allow people to ask questions rather than just push scripted information one direction.

“We already have these public defenders who care deeply, and we wanted to [help them] instead of just replacing a step,” Sills said.

As Uptrust grows its presence in California, the state is in the midst of a battle over its treatment of defendants before they go to trial. Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed Senate Bill 10 into law, abolishing the money bail system and replacing it with pretrial risk assessment to determine whether an individual is likely to fail to appear for their court date.

The law is facing opposition, with some groups pushing for voters to repeal it via ballot initiative.

Sills has mixed feelings about the new law. On one hand, it will end one avenue of putting people into jail while they await trial. On the other hand, he thinks the judiciary could use risk assessment unfairly.

“There’s not a lot of clarity around how risk assessments will be used, so I think there’s a gray area where a lot of people in certain affected communities are rightly concerned,” he said.

But that’s where what the company is doing strikes at the core of California’s conversation. Sills said he and his co-founder spent a lot of time talking to defendants, public defenders and others in the court system before launching their product, gathering reasons for what actually prevents people from appearing for court dates.

And their tool, by nature, collects data on what helps people make their court dates.

“The data we’re producing and creating around how … you help people’s attendance and their needs is really, really critical, so that the counties and the defenders can be a lot more comfortable releasing people pretrial,” Sills said.

The company’s expansion has come without any venture capital backing. The company, whose clients are public defender's offices that serve a lot of low-income people, has been operating since 2015 with outside investment coming exclusively from foundations.

“For us it was really important actually not to take traditional funding in that the track record of for-profit entities in the criminal justice space has been pretty mixed, to put it nicely,” Sills said. “We only wanted to take investors that are mission-driven.”

To date, that has included the Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation, Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights and the Heising-Simons Foundation. Most of the funding has come in the form of grants.


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          Jaws of life utilized after man crashes into tree in Victorville      Cache   Translate Page      
The jaws of life were used to free the trap driver. (Hugo C. Valdez, Victor Valley News)

VICTORVILLE, Calif. (VVNG.com) — Firefighters had to utilize the jaws of life to free a man from a vehicle after he crashed into a tree. It happened Wednesday afternoon in the 12700 block of 9th Avenue just south of Little Beaver Street in the city of Victorville. According to San Bernardino County Battalion Chief Josh …

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          Early video from a California house fire      Cache   Translate Page      

San Bernardino County firefighters handle fire in Victorville

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GASTONIA - Steven Ross Griswold, 57, passed away September 9, 2018. He was born May 8, 1961 in San Bernardino, California, son to the late Robert F....
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Phillip Gordon Sundling Phillip Gordon Sundling died age 77 on 8/13/2018 in San Bernardino. Born in Akron CO, his life-long passion was studying the...
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CA-SAN BERNARDINO, 11C Indirect Fire Infantryman Job Description As an Army National Guard Indirect Fire Infantryman, you'll be trained and ready to be a vital part of a mortar squad, section, or platoon. You will perform challenging activities that may include parachuting from troop transport airplanes and camouflaging mortar fire positions. Plus, the teamwork, discipline, and leadership skills you learn as an Indi
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          Liquid Tea Bar opens today in San Bernardino      Cache   Translate Page      
  View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Liquid Tea Bar (@liquidteabar) on Sep 11, 2018 at 10:45am PDT Liquid Tea Bar is celebrating its grand opening today (September 13). The tea house is offering a free … Continue reading
          Westbound Interstate 10 Cypress Off Ramp Closed for Maintenance      Cache   Translate Page      
Caltrans district 8 press release regarding "Westbound Interstate 10 Cypress Off Ramp Closed for Maintenance." Affects the city of Redlands in San Bernardino County from 9/13/18 to 9/18/18.
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Caltrans district 8 press release regarding "Westbound State Route 210/5th Street Off Ramp Closed for Maintenance." Affects the city of Highland in San Bernardino County from 9/13/18 to 9/18/18.
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Caltrans district 8 press release regarding "SR 71 Roadwork at Soquel Canyon Rd." Affects San Bernardino County from 9/12/18 to 12/31/18.
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Caltrans district 8 press release regarding "SR 18 FULL CLOSURE (ARCTIC CIRCLE) WINTER PREP WORK." Affects San Bernardino County from 9/12/18 to 12/31/18.
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          Eddie Secord up to the challenge in Lucas Oil Modified Series      Cache   Translate Page      
Oak Hills resident, who will race in Saturday's Geico 100 at Orange Show Speedway in San Bernardino, says the series has been all about making the right adjustments.
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Oak Hills resident, who will race in Saturday's Geico 100 at Orange Show Speedway in San Bernardino, says the series has been all about making the right adjustments.
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Freestyle bullfighters gain key tools through the BFO Every true athlete knows that having a good coach is instrumental to developing the skills necessary to compete. For the rising stars of Bullfighters Only, that intense training comes in the form of the BFO Development Camps. A quick look at the Pendleton Whisky World Standings reveals just how successful the D-Camps have been, with several graduates showing success including Dayton Spiel, Colt Oder, Chance Moorman, Justin Ward, Andrès Gonzalez, Riley McKetterick and more. “The camp helped me by beating the fear of going up against a Mexican fighting bull,” said Gonzalez, who attended the D-Camp in San Bernardino, Calif., in the spring of 2017. “It made me more aggressive toward the bulls and taught me techniques as far as throwing fakes and making rounds with a bull. “Mostly, though, it just helped me be more confident.” Gonzalez showcased that confidence on Labor Day weekend by winning the BFO stops at both Anaheim, Calif., and Fresno, Calif. He’s just another of the young guns who are bringing their talent to the premier freestyle bullfights in the game. Others will have those opportunities at the upcoming D-Camp in Decatur, Texas, on Oct. 26-28.... Continue Reading


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