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BARSTOW — There are two things the Quercio family out of the San Fernando Valley does well — sell hot dogs and destroy cars. "People like to see things destroyed and I like to destroy things," Rick Quercio said. He drives the Raging Inferno. It's a 1988 pump fire truck on huge tires with a J34 jet engine that blows 35 feet of flames out of a large tail pipe. The truck, along with a Cupids Hot Dogs truck, was on display at Mojave Auto Group dealership on Main Street...

Updated at 5:44 PM

BARSTOW — Weather spotter Marilyn Kruse called it a "humdinger." That's how she described this week's weather events. Barstow endured thunder, lightning, power outages and scattered showers since Wednesday night. "With all the...

Updated at 4:54 PM

SAN BERNARDINO — The attorney for the wife and daughter of a Yermo man has filed the second revision of a wrongful death lawsuit after a demurrer by the defendants was sustained. The amended suit was filed on Oct. 7 in San Bernardino...

Updated at 4:41 PM

BARSTOW — Nick Benson Sr. is in the third year of collecting used shoes for a cause near and dear his heart. Benson is spearheading local efforts for the annual shoe drive organized by the American Soldier Network. In the past two...

Updated at 4:31 PM

NEWBERRY SPRINGS — A Newberry Springs man was behind bars Thursday on suspicion of marijuana cultivation and resisting arrest, authorities said, and his wife was injured. San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department deputies...

Updated at 4:15 PM

There are many troubles in life that can drive one to their knees, but High Desert-based author M.A. Speight says being betrayed is among the worst. Speight is well acquainted with what the feeling is like and admits that to this day she still...

Updated at 12:09 PM

(NewsUSA) - NewsusaInfographic - Millennials are so financially...

Updated at 11:58 AM

LONDON (AP) " The World Health Organization says there were two new cases of Ebola in Guinea this week, ending two consecutive weeks in West Africa when no cases of the devastating disease were reported.

Updated at 11:56 AM

AMHERST, Mass. (AP) " A Massachusetts college has changed all the speed limit signs on campus to honor a retired mathematics professor who spent his career fascinated by the number 17.

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