Breaking News!!: Needles, CA: Pictures: A search for a person who ran from authorities.
These are pictures taken by ZachNews Photojournalist Zachary A. Lopez of San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Deputies are searching for a person dressed in a black shirt and blue jeans who ran from authorities at around 5:30pm PT on Sunday, November 30th, 2014 near the Fender’s River Road Resort and Motel located at 3396 Needles Highway near National Trails Highway in Needles, California and who is still on the run. Video is coming in from the scene.
Breaking News!!: Needles, CA: A search for a person who ran from authorities.
San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Deputies are searching for a person dressed in a black shirt and blue jeans who ran from authorities at around 5:30pm PT on Sunday, November 30th, 2014 near the Fender’s River Road Resort and Motel located at 3396 Needles Highway near National Trails Highway in Needles, California.
ZachNews Photojournalist Zachary A. Lopez ran to the incident and according to a San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Deputy, the person is dress in a black shirt and blue jeans and isn’t armed, but no details at that moment on why this person was running.
San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Deputies were seen searching in an area east of Needles Highway, north of Interstate 40, south of National Trails Highway, and west of the Colorado River in Needles, California.
At least 6 San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department vehicles were seen searching the area for this person who is still on the run.
Stay tuned to ZachNews for more news updates with more information regarding this news story.
Hope everybody got the gifts they need or are getting ready for Cyber Monday, but as you get ready to shop online, you may want to get out your umbrella as possible rain might be coming into the Colorado River Tri-State area by Tuesday.
Victorville, CA: A 3rd alarm arson fire hits strip mall.
At around 12:20pm PT on Saturday, November 29th, 2014, the San Bernardino County Fire Department responded to numerous reports of a strip mall fire in the 15500 block of 7th Street in Victorville, California.
The first engine arrived to find heavy smoke and fire erupting from several businesses in the middle of the strip mall.
Winds gusting to 20 mph quickly pushed the 3rd alarm fire into the attic of the structure.
Firefighters had to use rotary saws to gain access to the businesses, all while being extremely cautious of the live power lines nearby.
Firefighters fought the fire from the air with ladder trucks, as well as from the ground.
In all, 36 San Bernardino County Fire Department Firefighters with assistance from Apple Valley Fire Protection District, responded to the blaze which took approximately 45 minutes to bring under control.
San Bernardino County Fire Department Investigator Mike Ward ruled the fire as arson and stated the fire was caused when 2 transients became involved in an altercation and one lit the other’s bed on fire.
Both subjects fled the scene.
The bed was located to the rear of the abandoned Chinese American restaurant.
Anyone with further information is asked to contact We-Tip at: 1 (800) 47-ARSON (472-7766).
The strip mall has occupancy for 14 businesses.
At least 2 abandoned businesses, the Trilogy Theater and the restaurant, were completely destroyed, with firefighters having to tear down the roof due to the threat of collapse.
At least 2 adjacent businesses, a former night club and a current antique store, received moderate damage.
Damage is estimated at over $250,000.
With an aggressive attack, firefighters were able to save 11 adjacent businesses estimated at a worth over $800,000.
There were no injuries to firefighters or civilians.
San Bernardino County Fire Department reminds you that it is never safe to enter a structure where there is a suspected or confirmed fire.
The best action is to safely evacuate and then call 911 from a location outside of the burning structure.
No belongings are worth losing ones life.
** Picture was courtesy of the San Bernardino County Fire Department. **
Breaking News!!: Mohave Valley, AZ: River Valley High School wins Division IV Championship.
River Valley High School wins over Snowflake High School for the 2014 Arizona Interscholastic Association (A.I.A.) Division IV Football State Championship with the final boys varsity football score 28 to 21 on Saturday, November 29th, 2014.