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"Give Something Back" is an organization that provides scholarships and mentoring to low-income students in five states.  A new partnership between the organization and California State University San Bernardino will establish a statewide,million-dollar college scholarship program for the Golden State's most at-risk students.  Bob Carr, the founder and chairman of Give Something Back, introduced the program and presented a $1 million check to university officials back on May 9.  With help from Coyote Radio at CSUSB, Rick Dulock spoke with Carr shortly after he presented the check.

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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.

  Click on this link to see the story in the San Bernardino Sun:

http://www.sbsun.com/obituaries/20170504/al-karnig-former-cal-state-san-bernardino-president-dies-at-75

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An Inland Empire state legislator has introduced a bill to require all UC and CSU student health centers to have abortion pills available.  The bill is moving through the Legislature, as KVCR's Ken Vincent reports.

In the High Desert last month, the Victor Valley College board discussed offering marijuana research as a subject for students.  The Mayor of Adelanto attended the meeting to make what college board members called, "a pretty unbelieveable offer."  Charity Lindsey broke the story for the Victor Valley Daily Press, and has a report from KVCR.