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Cal State San Bernardino was put on lockdown Wednesday after a bullet shattered one of the windows on campus.  While no one was injured, the shot propmpted a large police response and kept students in darkened classrooms for hours.  KVCR's Benjamin Purper has more.


Former Cal State San Bernardino President, Al Karnig, died at home yesterday (Thursday).  He was 75 years old.  KVCR's Ken Vincent shared this remembrance on Friday morning.

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Cal State San Bernardino will be one of a small group of education institutions around the nation participating in a federally-sponsored effort to address the nation's transportation needs.  More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.


Cal State San Bernardino has received a big federal grant to help 3 Inland Empire school districts prepare underprivileged students for college.  KVCR's Ken Vincent has more.


For most students attending Catholic school, it's not enough to know your ABC's and long division.  Delila Vasquez, President of the Catholic Elementary Schools of San Bernardino, says students learn that plus values, faith, and other lessons they continue to use throughout their entire lives.  Vasquez is one of the speakers at the Latino Education and Advocacy Days --LEAD -- Summit at Cal State San Bernardino tomorrow [Wednesday]. 


San Bernardino isn't usually a place associated with strong education values, especially for its minority population.  Cal State San Bernardino Professor Enrique Murillo, Jr. wants to change that misconception through the Latino Education and Advocacy Days Summit.  KVCR's Natalya Estrada spoke with Dr. Murillo about his plans and solutions for this year's LEAD Summit next week at CSUSB.




As California State University, San Bernardino kicks off a year of anniversary events marking 50 years of education in the Inland Empire, KVCR invited the university's president to the KVCR Studios. Here is Part One of the conversation between KVCR's Ken Vincent and Dr. Tomas D. Morales.

CSUSB Palm Desert To Double In Size

Feb 4, 2015


With help from the City of Palm Desert, Cal State San Bernardino's Palm Desert Campus will expand to 113 acres. The land gift will allow for greater access to education for local residents and economic growth in the region.  

CSUSB Hosts Big Cyber Security Summit

Jan 20, 2015

Cal State San Bernardino will be hosting its inaugural Cyber Security Summit today.  KVCR's Matt Guilhem says some big organizations will be in attendance.

Natalya Estrada

This week, some 300 IE-area Girl Scouts were invited to Cal State San Bernardino's Cyber Security Center to get them interested in possible careers in computer software coding, cyber security, and drone surveillance.  KVCR's Natalya Estrada attended the Girl Scout gathering, and filed this report.