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Officials drawn by more money for city, expect location change

ADELANTO — For the second time in five months, the City Council has approved a lucrative plan for a proposed 1,000-bed jail, positioning their reasoning as a way to rectify a previous bad deal as they put faith in the idea that the yet-to-be-built facility will eventually be constructed on an alternative site.By a 4-0 vote, with Councilman Ed Camargo absent, the Council on Wednesday night passed the first reading of the jail plan […]

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Date: 1459033195

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Man stabbed outside Victorville bank, woman detained

VICTORVILLE — Authorities said a man was stabbed outside a local bank Thursday afternoon.The man was taken by ambulance to Loma Linda University Medical Center with a stab wound to his chest. A woman was detained, but San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department officials said it was not yet known why the stabbing occurred.The incident was reported just after 4 p.m. at the Bank of America in the 14700 block of Seventh Street. The man was in a brown van outside the bank […]

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Date: 1458946189

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