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We conclude our series of reports this week on why many of the San Bernardino County employees who survived the 2015 terror attack at the Inland Regional Center have been further traumatized by a years-long battle with San Bernardino County government for disability compensation.  San Bernardino County has repeatedly denied many of its employees’ compensation claims for physical, psychological and emotional injuries, even when they have been ordered by medical professionals.  In the final segment in our series, reporter Benjamin Purper speaks to politicians trying - or not - to address the

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We continue our series of reports this week on why many of the San Bernardino County employees who survived the 2015 terror attack at the Inland Regional Center have had to hire lawyers and take on a years-long battle with San Bernardino County government for disability compensation.  San Bernardino County has repeatedly denied many of its employees’ compensation claims for physical, psychological and emotional injuries.  The following segment - part 3 in our series by KVCR’s Benjamin Purper - begs the question: why is San Bernardino County government resistant to helping its employees who

A top San Bernardino County prosecutor has been placed on administrative leave after making offensive social media comments.  KVCR's Benjamin Purper has more.

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Even though the votes in the 2016 election have been cast, they haven't all been counted yet.  There are still hundreds of thousands of votes yet to be processed by Riverside and San Bernardino counties, and some races won't be decided until the counting is done.  KVCR's Ken Vincent has details.

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One of San Bernardino County's top administrative officials was arrested earlier this year on a prostitution charge.  While the incident happened in March, San Bernardino County Supervisors didn't hear about the arrest until recently.  KVCR's Matt Guilhem has more on county officials' response to the revelation. 

SB County Nurses Plan Two-Day Strike This Week

Dec 8, 2014
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Hundreds of nurses who work for San Bernardino County are planning to walk off their jobs at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center and other county health facilities.  KVCR's Matt Guilhem explains the disputes behind the planned two-day nurses strike.