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Mavericks falter late in loss to 66ers

ADELANTO — It’s easy to forget baseball is a hard game. The Mavericks provided a stern reminder of that in Wednesday night’s 13-7 loss to the Inland Empire 66ers.David Ledbetter looked nearly unhittable through five innings. The only hit he’d allowed to that point was a bleeder down the third base line and he had four strikeouts to go with no walks.In the sixth inning, things unraveled.Ledbetter allowed five-straight base runners, […]

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Date: 1472794930

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For burger joint, Mavericks were ‘hit or miss’ for business

ADELANTO — Driving in either direction on Highway 395, entering or exiting this city, the monument to a fading avocation here stands out. On a stretch of a heavily traveled thoroughfare without much roadside activity, the conspicuous Stater Bros. Stadium is clearly the passersby attraction, although it isn’t the only establishment.Off the stadium’s lot to the northwest sits a burger joint, as well as a gas station, diminished by the stature of the baseball park and left to soon […]

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Date: 1472794929

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O.C. ‘Real Housewife’ Kelly Dodd takes us on a tour of the home she’s selling for $6.25 million

Mortgage rates creep higher

Two O.C. men get prison terms for loan modification fraud scheme

They built towering new cities in China. Now they’re trying it in downtown L.A.

Authorities: Victorville woman arrested after stealing from WinCo Foods

VICTORVILLE — A Victorville woman accused of stealing items from WinCo Foods in Victorville and then attacking a loss prevention officer Tuesday morning was behind bars, authorities said.A San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department deputy responded to the business, located in the 15000 block of Roy Rogers Drive, for a suspect being detained by the loss prevention officer at approximately 10:34 a.m.Victorville Sheriff’s Station spokeswoman Mara Rodriguez […]

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Date: 1472707436

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Power outage caused by ‘failed underground equipment’ affects 1,744 homes in Victorville Tuesday night

VICTORVILLE — More than 1,700 residents were left without power Tuesday night before Southern California Edison was able to restore power to the affected areas early Wednesday morning.According to SCE Spokesperson MaryAnn Milbourn, the outage occurred around 7:57 p.m. and the incident affected the homes of 1,744 customers in Victorville that night.“The cause of the outage was due to a failed underground equipment on Hook Boulevard just east of Brucite Road in […]

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Date: 1472707434

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Man and woman with ax, machete at Sixth Street Prep School cited, released from custody

VICTORVILLE — Two local transients arrested on suspicion of possessing a weapon at a school — a misdemeanor — were released from custody Tuesday night, just hours after being cited by authorities, booking records show.San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department deputies responded to Sixth Street Prep School, located at 15476 Sixth Street, a little before 2:30 p.m. regarding a man and woman in possession of weapons on school grounds.Victorville […]

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Town paid more than $50K for ballot measure services

APPLE VALLEY — Between February and May, the town paid more than $50,000 to a Sacramento-based law firm for advice services related to Measure W, the town’s alternative to Measure V, the Liberty Utilities-backed “Right to Vote on Debt Act.”The amount paid for the “ballot measure advice” services of Remcho, Johansen & Purcell LLP totaled $54,560.28, invoices obtained in a public records request show.Similarly, Liberty Utilities […]

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Date: 1472707432

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