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Conservation groups have reached a settlement that will stop the Nestle corporation from drawing water from the San Bernardino National Forest.  KVCR's Benjamin Purper has more.

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A Crestline resident who claims she saw bigfoot inthe San Bernardino Mountains is now trying to prove it in court.  KVCR's Benjamin Purper has more.

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Still smoldering in the mountains east of San Bernardino, the Lake Fire is almost fully contained.  While only four structures were destroyed in the blaze, KVCR's Matt Guilhem reports that fire officials say the forested burn area still isn't out of the woods.

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[UPDATED FRIDAY 10:15PM 6/26/15]

The Lake fire has now exceeded 30,000 acres burned, but firefighters managed to raise containment from 19 percent yesterday to 20 percent tonight (Friday).

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The U.S. Forest Service reports that approximately 360 campers have been safely evacuated from the Camp Oakes in the Lake Williams Area. The  Forest Service calls it a precautionary evacuation due to the large number of campers. The San Bernardino Sheriff's Department is handling the evacuations. The American Red Cross Evacuation Center is located at the Big Bear Community Church, 40946 Big Bear Blvd, in the city of Big Bear. CERT is on-scene to meet campers at the evacuation center to address any immediate needs. 

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Winter Storm a Savior for IE Mountain Resorts

Dec 17, 2014
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The recent rain in the Inland Empire has meant traffic backups on valley freeways, and fears of flooding and mudslides in the foothills.  But up at the Bear Mountain resorts, the weather has provided the key ingredient for economic recovery:  snow.  KVCR's Matt Guilhem reports.

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The Inland Empire is bracing for another spate of wet weather this week.  The upcoming storm could provide enough snow in the mountains to jump-start our local ski areas.  KVCR's Matt Guilhem reports.