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The identity of the 9-year-old student who was shot but survived the murder-suicide shooting that left three people dead in a San Bernardino elementary school classroom this week has been released.  He's reportedly doing well.  More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.

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The ongoing investigation into the shooting deaths of a San Bernardino teacher and an 8-year-old student in her classroom - committed by the teacher's estranged husband before he turned the gun on himself - has revealed more details about the shooter and his victims.  KVCR's Ken Vincent has more.

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Inland Empire residents continue to show support for the students and staff traumatized by the murder-suicide shootings that resulted in the deaths of a San Bernardino teacher and a young student.  KVCR's Ken Vincent has more about another vigil to honor the victims, and about a local teddy bear drive for the North Park Elementary School kids who are trying to cope with the horrific incident.

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Members of the community joined law enforcement and school district officials to try to sooth tensions and calm frayed nerves following the shooting deaths of two adults and a child in front of a classroom full of children at North Park Elementary School in San Bernardino yesterday.  NPR's Korva Coleman introduces this report from Danielle Karson.

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More details are emerging about the perpetrator and victims of yesterdays fatal shooting that resulted in the deaths of 3 people - one a schoolkid - at an elementary school in San Bernardino.  KVCR's Ken Vincent and Rick Dulock have more.

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A Redlands man accused of shooting a San Bernardino sheriff's deputy and of murdering a motorist in Highland pleaded not guilty in court yesterday (Monday).  More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.

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San Bernardino County authorities have captured a suspect in a rash of shootings - including one murder - around the IE this week.  Because of the severity of the danger he posed to the community, the suspect is being held on $25 million bail.  KVCR's Ken Vincent has more.

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With 2016 only half over, San Bernardino this past weekend recorded its 40th homicide of the year -- just a couple of murders shy of the total number of homicides in the city over all of last year -- including the 14 people massacred in the terrorist mass shooting on Dec. 2.  The statistics show that San Bernardino can now be considered one of the most deadly cities in the nation, as KVCR's Matt Guilhem explains in the following report.