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By Alan Zarembo, Seema Mehta and Scott Glover and Alan Zarembo, Seema Mehta and Scott Glover,LOS ANGELES TIMES | November 1, 2003
LOS ANGELES - Bone-weary firefighters began to gain a measure of control yesterday over wildfires that have engulfed Southern California's forests and burned thousands of homes, aided by plummeting temperatures that put a damper on the unchecked flames and brought on the season's first dusting of snow. "There's a great air of optimism," said Gene Zimmerman, the U.S. Forest Service supervisor for the San Bernardino National Forest. "We're not out of the woods, but the tide is turning, and hopefully it continues to."
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Sports on TV | October 9, 2013
WEDNESDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS Autos Lucas Oil: San Bernardino (T) FS1Noon MLB NLDS: Pittsburgh@St. Louis TBS8 NBA pre. Denver@Lakers (T) NBANoon Brooklyn@Washington (T) NBA2:30 New York@Boston NBA7:30 Bask. FIBA: Olym. Pir. vs. Sky Pin., Gm. 2 (T) BEIN9 a.m. C. foot. Texas Christian@Oklahoma (T) MASN29 a.m. Texas Tech@Kansas (T) FCS10 a.m. Bucknell@Lafayette (T)
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By Bob Kemper and Bob Kemper,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | October 17, 2003
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. - Their planned meeting was taking on all the tensions and trappings of a summit, but when President Bush and California Gov.-elect Arnold Schwarzenegger finally got together yesterday, the meeting was very brief, cordial and free of any future commitment. Two of the nation's most prominent Republicans huddled in the president's hotel room in Riverside, Calif., for about 15 minutes before traveling together another 15 minutes to nearby San Bernardino, where Schwarzenegger introduced the president as "my dear friend."
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By Myrna Oliver and Tribune Newspapers | January 19, 2010
Glen W. Bell Jr., the innovator and entrepreneur who tapped an unsated hunger for Mexican fare as Americans discovered fast food, creating Taco Tia, El Taco and in 1962 his signature Taco Bell, has died. He was 86. Mr. Bell, who had had Parkinson's disease since 1985, died Sunday at his home in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., north of San Diego, the company announced. No cause of death was given. "We changed the eating habits of an entire nation," Mr. Bell said in his 1999 biography, "Taco Titan: The Glen Bell Story."
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By Myrna Oliver and Tribune Newspapers | January 19, 2010
Glen W. Bell Jr., the innovator and entrepreneur who tapped an unsated hunger for Mexican fare as Americans discovered fast food, creating Taco Tia, El Taco and in 1962 his signature Taco Bell, has died. He was 86. Mr. Bell, who had had Parkinson's disease since 1985, died Sunday at his home in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., north of San Diego, the company announced. No cause of death was given. "We changed the eating habits of an entire nation," Mr. Bell said in his 1999 biography, "Taco Titan: The Glen Bell Story."
SPORTS
Sports on TV | July 4, 2012
WEDNESDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS Autos Off Road: San Bernardino (T) SPEED4 a.m. MLB San Francisco@Washington (L) MASN11 a.m. Yankees@Tampa Bay (L) MLB3 Orioles@Seattle (L) MASN4 Texas@White Sox (L) ESPN7 Cubs@Atlanta (L) WGN-A7 San Francisco@Washington (T) MASN8 Orioles@Seattle (T) MASN11:30 Texas@White Sox (T)
FEATURES
By Carol Bidwell and Carol Bidwell,LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS | December 24, 1995
For most of us, Santa Claus -- like Christmas -- comes but once a year.But kids who venture with their parents into the San Bernardino Mountains can see Santa almost every day of the year.Santa's Village is open nine months of the year, but takes on particular magic after a winter snowfall, said Rae Mullen, who has run the village's doll shop for the past six years."The snow piles up and the kids love to play in it," Ms. Mullen said. "The colder, the nastier, the more people like it."That's not to say visitors need cold and snow to enjoy themselves.
SPORTS
April 17, 2000
Dodgers: Reliever Antonio Osuna, who underwent elbow surgery last September, is scheduled to pitch for San Bernardino in a rehab outing today before making his next one with Triple-A Albuquerque.
NEWS
By From Staff Reports | June 21, 1995
A Maryland couple whose 3-year-old son was found alone at a California mall told friends they meant to abandon him, a Washington County Sheriff's investigator said yesterday.Investigator Rick Ziolkowski said Lisa and Wolfgang Von Nester Sr. were seen last weekend at a party in the Hagerstown area and told friends that they were in California with their son, Wolfgang Von Nester Jr."They said their intention was to leave the child out there -- abandon the child in the mall," Mr. Ziolkowski said.
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By Alan Zarembo, Seema Mehta and Scott Glover and Alan Zarembo, Seema Mehta and Scott Glover,LOS ANGELES TIMES | November 1, 2003
LOS ANGELES - Bone-weary firefighters began to gain a measure of control yesterday over wildfires that have engulfed Southern California's forests and burned thousands of homes, aided by plummeting temperatures that put a damper on the unchecked flames and brought on the season's first dusting of snow. "There's a great air of optimism," said Gene Zimmerman, the U.S. Forest Service supervisor for the San Bernardino National Forest. "We're not out of the woods, but the tide is turning, and hopefully it continues to."
NEWS
By Bob Kemper and Bob Kemper,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | October 17, 2003
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. - Their planned meeting was taking on all the tensions and trappings of a summit, but when President Bush and California Gov.-elect Arnold Schwarzenegger finally got together yesterday, the meeting was very brief, cordial and free of any future commitment. Two of the nation's most prominent Republicans huddled in the president's hotel room in Riverside, Calif., for about 15 minutes before traveling together another 15 minutes to nearby San Bernardino, where Schwarzenegger introduced the president as "my dear friend."
FEATURES
By Carol Bidwell and Carol Bidwell,LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS | December 24, 1995
For most of us, Santa Claus -- like Christmas -- comes but once a year.But kids who venture with their parents into the San Bernardino Mountains can see Santa almost every day of the year.Santa's Village is open nine months of the year, but takes on particular magic after a winter snowfall, said Rae Mullen, who has run the village's doll shop for the past six years."The snow piles up and the kids love to play in it," Ms. Mullen said. "The colder, the nastier, the more people like it."That's not to say visitors need cold and snow to enjoy themselves.
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