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Breaking News!!: San Francisco, CA: Shooting at a United Parcel Service facility.

Breaking News!!: San Francisco, CA: Shooting at a United Parcel Service facility.

According to the San Francisco Police Department, 3 people have been killed and 2 people were injured after a shooting at a United Parcel Service (U.P.S.) facility in San Francisco, California on Wednesday, June 14th, 2017.

According to San Francisco Police Department Assistant Police Chief Toney Chaplin, officers responded to calls about the shooting at 8:55am PT and found a suspect armed with an assault pistol.

Officers with the San Francisco Police Department found wounded victims inside the building and brought them to safety.

According to San Francisco Police Department Assistant Police Chief Toney Chaplin, when they found the gunman, he put the weapon to his head and shot himself.

“He saw police and turned the gun on himself,” said San Francisco Police Department Assistant Police Chief Toney Chaplin adding that the shooting is not related to terrorism.

The San Francisco Police Department confirms the shooter’s identify as Jimmy Lam, a resident from San Francisco, California, and recovered 2 firearms at the scene, including a semi-automatic handgun.

United Parcel Service has confirmed that the shooter was an employee and San Francisco Police Department confirms he was wearing a United Parcel Service uniform.

San Francisco Police Department are going through the building, making sure there aren’t any other accomplices, but San Francisco Police Department said the building is secure and the shelter-in-place has been lifted.

San Francisco Police Department has been set up a tipline for any information at: 1 (415) 575-4444 and the American Red Cross has set up sites at 500 San Bruno Ave and Cordon Bleu School at 100 Kansas St for victims’ families.

** ZachNews sends our thoughts, prayers, and condolences to the family and friends of the victims in the shooting at a United Parcel Service facility. **

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Needles, CA: Medical marijuana cultivation facility proposed at the old Taco Bell building?

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Needles, CA: Medical marijuana cultivation facility proposed at the old Taco Bell building?

During a Needles Board of Public Utilities Meeting held on Tuesday, February 21st, 2017 in Needles, California, talk of what could be coming soon to the old Taco Bell building in Needles, California.

On Tuesday, March 29th, 2016, Taco Bell permanently closed their fast food restaurant located at 2603 Columbus Street in Needles, California and the building has sat empty since with the community wondering what will be taking their placing and hoping that a another fast food restaurant or coffee and donuts place will go in there.

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Well discussing Resolution No. 2-21-17 BPU, authorizing funding in an amount not to exceed $82,000 for the completion of a 2015 capital improvement to construct a new electrical circuit from Eagle Pass Substation to a location in the vicinity of Columbus Drive, talk of a medical marijuana cultivation facility coming to the old Taco Bell building.

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ZachNews contacted the City of Needles and received information and map on the propose medical marijuana cultivation facility at the old Taco Bell building.

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According to the Cindy Semione with the City of Needles, “The parcel outlined in red in the graphic below has been proposed for a medical marijuana cultivation facility, including 2 buildings, with the project moving forward in phases. The parcel outlined in green, the former Taco Bell property, was purchased by the same individuals, and in 2 meetings they indicated a desire to move forward with a hydroponic equipment retail store. I have asked for more information. They are in the process of providing additional information requested from the site plan review meeting. According to the Permissible Use Table, a retail store in the C-2 zone requires a Zoning Permit. Their “will serve” is requesting 4 MW of power; the water allocation request has not been identified yet. It has not yet been noticed for Planning Commission or City Council, pending the receipt of information requested.

According to Needles City Manager Rick Daniels, “The proposal is not yet complete, therefore it is not yet scheduled for a public hearing. When it is there will be public notice.

** Stay tuned to ZachNews for more news updates with more information regarding this news story. **

 

News Update!!: Riverside, CA: Man pleads guilty to providing guns in terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California.

News Update!!: Riverside, CA: Man pleads guilty to providing guns in terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California.

A man has pleaded guilty to providing the high powered rifles used to in the terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California that killed 14 people and wounded 22 people on Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015.

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NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4 is reporting that the plea agreement between 25 year old Enrique Marquez Jr. of Riverside, California and prosecutors was accepted on Thursday, February 16th, 2017 by a federal judge in Riverside, California.

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In addition to providing material support to terrorists, Enrique Marquez also pleaded guilty to conspiring with one of the terrorist shooters in plots for mass killings that were never carried out.

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A news conference was held outside the courthouse discussing what happening in court.

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ZachNews received these sketch pictures by artist Bill Robles of Enrique Marquez Jr. inside the courtroom in Riverside, California on Thursday, February 16th, 2017.

Enrique Marquez Jr. admitted in a plea agreement that he bought the assault rifles used by Syed Rizwan Farook and his wife, Tashfeen Malik, in the deadly Dec.

Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik were killed in a gunfight with authorities later that day.

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Breaking News!!: Chino, CA: Police pursuit of juvenile carjacking suspects ends at a closed youth correctional facility.

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Breaking News!!: Chino, CA: Police pursuit of juvenile carjacking suspects ends at a closed youth correctional facility.

Many police pursuits broadcast live on television and online have a suspect or suspects trying their best to get away from authorities because they don’t want to go to jail.

But a police pursuit late at night on Tuesday, January 31st, 2017 involving at least 5 juvenile carjacking suspects was different as the police pursuit drove close by a 2 men’s prisons and ended in a crash and bail at a closed youth correctional facility in Chino, California.

The police pursuit began after a report of a carjacking from a woman on the 800 block of Greycliff Avenue in La Puente, California.

The woman was reportedly threaten with a baseball bat then used the baseball bat to hit the woman before fleeing from the area taking the woman’s car.

The police pursuit was spotted at around 9:48pm PT on southbound State Route 71 before the State Route 91 with speeds over 90 mph.

During the police pursuit, the stolen vehicle began driving fast backwards along the breakdown on southbound State Route 71, made a u-turn, and crossed over to go northbound on State Route 71.

The police pursuit exited off northbound State Route 71 onto Euclid Avenue near Chino Hills, California where along a 2 lane roadway, began speeding on both sides of the roadway, including on the wrong side of the roadway.

A helicopter from the California Highway Patrol began following the police pursuit and were trying to get a helicopter and ground units from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department on the police pursuit.

As the police pursuit continued on northbound on Euclid Avenue, the stolen vehicle crossed a red traffic signal light and may have scratched the back of a dark vehicle going eastbound on Pine Avenue in Chino, California.

The police pursuit continued on northbound on Euclid Avenue until Facility Drive where the stolen vehicle made a left turn onto westbound Facility Drive, continued westbound onto Cypress Avenue, made a u-turn just before the entrance to the California Institution for Men in Chino, California.

The stolen vehicle made made a stop and several people got out of the stolen vehicle then got back inside the stolen vehicle to then drive off again going westbound on Cypress Avenue.

The stolen vehicle began going westbound on Facility Drive driving with the lights off at high speeds and passing by the East Yard California Institution for Men in Chino, California before getting back onto Euclid Avenue.

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The police pursuit came to an end at around 10:00pm PT when the stolen vehicle going southbound on Euclid Avenue made a fast right turn and crashed into a short wall along a roadway entering the closed Heman G. Stark Youth Correctional Facility, located at 15180 Euclid Avenue, in Chino, California.

The juvenile carjacking suspects bailed out of the stolen vehicle and ran in the direction of the Youth Correctional Facility.

People on the property, possibly security or correctional officers, were seen pointing authorities in the direction of the juvenile carjacking suspects.

Authorities began searching for at least 5 juvenile carjacking suspects, 2 females and 3 males, for hours until they were found and arrested.

The woman who was attack is expected to survive her injuries.

The Heman G. Stark Youth Correctional Facility has been decommissioned since February 2010.

More information is still coming into ZachNews.

San Bernardino County, CA: Honoring the victims and survivors of the San Bernardino, California Terrorist Attack a year ago.

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San Bernardino County, CA: Honoring the victims and survivors of the San Bernardino, California Terrorist Attack a year ago.

A year ago, terror hit the community of San Bernardino, California as 14 innocent lives were taken away by evil in a terrorist attack inside the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California at 10:58am PT on Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015.

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People came together on Friday, December 2nd, 2016 to honor the victims and survivors of the San Bernardino, California Terrorist Attack at several ceremonies and events across San Bernardino County, California.

** Here are a few of the ceremonies and events held honoring the victims and survivors of the San Bernardino, California Terrorist Attack: **

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At 7:30am PT, the San Bernardino Police Department hosted a memorial bicycle ride, Inland Regional Center Bike Ride, to honor the victims and survivors of the terrorist attack.

The memorial bicycle ride was 14 miles which is equal to 22 kilometers; one mile for each victim who died and one kilometer for each victim wounded.

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At 8:00am PT, LifeStream, whose headquarters is less than a mile from where the mass shooting took place, held a Remembrance Ceremony on Friday, December 2nd, 2016 at LifeStream blood bank in San Bernardino, California where people came out and donated blood in to help people in need in the community.

At 10:58am PT, employees from the County of San Bernardino held a moment of silence to remember when the initial 911 call was placed.

San Bernardino School District Police Department Sergeant Roberto Arellano was among the first responders who arrived at the chaotic scene a year ago and spoke at the ceremony.

“Co-workers, as they’re running out in that area, seeing their co-workers, their friends, their family in that hurt. There was a lot of emotion,” San Bernardino School District Police Department Sergeant Roberto Arellano recalled.

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At 3:30pm PT, People gather at a peace garden dedication at Cal State San Bernardino to honor the 5 alumni from Cal State University San Bernardino (Robert Adams, Juan Espinoza, Shannon Johnson, Yvette Velasco and Michael Wetzel) who were among the 14 people killed in the terrorist attack.

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At 5:30pm PT, the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians lighted up the Arrowhead with more than a dozen 120,000-lumen arc lights in memory and tribute to the 14 innocent lives lost in the terrorist attack.

Seen from around the community, the Arrowhead lighted up in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains just north of Wildwood Park, 40th Street and Waterman Avenue, in San Bernardino, California.

The Arrowhead will be lighted up from 5:30pm to 10:00pm PT starting on Friday, December 2nd, 2016 and lasting until Thursday, December 15th, 2016.

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At 6:30pm PT, hundreds of people came to pay their respects the the victims and survivors of the terrorist attack at a ceremony tilted “Night of Remembrance” inside the Coussoulis Arena at Cal State San Bernardino in San Bernardino, California.

In attended were victims, family and friends of victims, and many people from the community who wanted to show their support.

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The ceremony began with a Cal State San Bernardino student preforming her rendition of “Imagine” by John Lennon.

Speakers at the ceremony expressed a profound sense of loss for the 14 innocent lives lost on that tragic day and thanked the community that united together after the terrorist attack to help.

First Presbyterian Church in San Bernardino Pastor Sandy Tice opened the ceremony with an invocation.

“In this moment we say thank you for those who came running to help – those who remembered us, who reached out in love, who prayed. Thank you,” said First Presbyterian Church in San Bernardino Pastor Sandy Tice.

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Julie Swann-Paez, a survivor of the terrorist attack, spoke at the ceremony and paid tribute to each of the victims, her co-workers at San Bernardino County’s Department of Public Health.

Julie Swann-Paez began speaking as tears roll down her face.

“Good evening. I’m, I’m humbled… sorry. I’m humbled to be able to speak today – I’ll try my best to get through that without too much tears. When I was asked to speak tonight. My first response was no – I didn’t think I could do it. But then I thought this might be my chance to tell all of you about these incredible people. My friends who had their lives taken from them,” said Julie Swann-Paez.

Julie Swann-Paez told stories of all 14 victims who perished and spoke about her memories of Shannon Johnson who was shot as he protected another coworker.

“His life ended as a hero though. He [was] protecting my friend Denise and told her ‘I got you.’” said Julie Swann-Paez.

“Kindness, compassion, love and gratitude. To me those are the basic threads of humanity. All of my friends – embodied these traits,” said Julie Swann-Paez.

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San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan then spoke and urged the many people gathered to not let the evil of that day define us.

“There’s two evil people that started the narrative of that day, a story about San Bernardino, a chapter in our lives. They do not get to finish that story. We do. This is our city. This is our story,” said San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan.

Speaking to victims and their families, United States Attorney Eileen M. Decker said, “Your strength, your courage and your heart has been inspiring.”

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The ceremony closed with a stirring tribute of candlelight and music, including the song, “God Bless America”.

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From Zachary A. Lopez of ZachNews:

** May we never forget the great people who as as a community lost that day; may will always be there for the families and friends of the victims and survivors; may we never stop thanking the many people who came to help people; may we never stop thanking the many first responders and law enforcement personal who rushed to save lives and go after the attackers; and may we never allow evil divide or destroy us. May we always be untied and strong together against all evil. May you always stay strong and united San Bernardino County, California. **

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San Bernardino, CA: Remembering a year ago the San Bernardino, California Terrorist Attack.

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San Bernardino, CA: Remembering a year ago the San Bernardino, California Terrorist Attack.

A year ago, at 10:58am PT on Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015, a gathering of people for the Christmas holiday season irrupted into terror as an husband and wife, inspired by evil Islamic terrorist, stormed into a banquet room and began shooting innocent people inside the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California.

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Many first responders and law enforcement officers and deputies rushed to the incident and began helping people and began searching for the 2 evil attackers.

The 2 evil attackers drove away, but were located a mile away.

After a shootout with authorities, the husband and wife attackers were shot and killed by authorities.

The terrorist attack took the lives of 14 people and wounded 22 people.

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As we all come together remembering the Terrorist Attack on San Bernardino, California a year ago today, may we all take a moment to remember the lives we lost in this terrorist attack on innocent lives.

**** Victim’s Names and Information: ****

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Michael Raymond Wetzel

37 years old

Lake Arrowhead, California:

A father of 6 children.

Supervised a team of health inspectors in the San Bernardino County’s Environmental Health Services Division.

A member of the Church of the Woods in Lake Arrowhead, California.

He loved his work and his family so very much.

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Nicholas Thalasinos

52 years old

Colton, California:

A longtime inspector for the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health.

A devout Messianic Jew.

Renewed their marriage vows with his wife Jennifer Thalasinos.

A great husband and had a sweet soul.

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Damian Meins

58 years old

Riverside, California:

A health inspector for the San Bernardino County Department of Environmental Health after coming out of retirement in September 2015.

Married to Trenna Meins, principal of Sacred Heart School in Rancho Cucamonga, California, and was a father of 2 children.

Was a bright light with a warm smile and a hearty laugh.

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Sierra Clayborn

27 years old

Moreno Valley, California:

Was a recent addition to the team working as an inspector for the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health.

A graduated from the University of California, Riverside in Riverside, California.

Was a beautiful person and an absolute sweetheart to all people.

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Daniel Kaufman

(Larry Daniel Kaufman)

42 years old

Rialto, California:

A good person that we all loved.

A good and friendly person.

Trained developmentally disabled employees at a coffee shop inside the Inland Regional Center.

Frequented at Renaissance Faire and enjoyed being involved in Renaissance Faire events.

A fun and funny person who loved brightening up people’s spirits.

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Harry Bowman

46 years old

Upland, California:

A father of 2 daughters.

Worked as a statistical analyst for healthy communities for the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health.

A dedicated Catholic and often taught religious classes.

A lover of the outdoor.

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Benneta Betbadal

46 years old

Rialto, California:

A mother to 2 boys and a girl.

Worked as an inspector for the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health since 2006.

Fled Iran when she was just 18 years old to escape Islamic extremism and the persecution of Christians.

Loved her work and the people she worked with.

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Isaac Amanios

60 years old

Fontana, California:

Was married and had 3 children.

Worked as a supervising environmental health specialist for the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health.

Was the cousin of New York Giants Safety Player Nat Berhe.

Was a good person who was there to help people.

Helped young people on their educational endeavors.

Was originally from Eritrea, Africa.

Excelled in school and graduated with a degree in agriculture and nutrition from a university in Khartoum, Sudan.

Worked in Sudan as an interpreter at a refugee camp and was a manager for a state-owned food processing and packaging company.

Moved to the United States of America to escape violence in his home country and live the American dream.

Use to worked for the Los Angeles County Health Department as a weight and measure inspector before began work with the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health.

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Robert Adams

40 year old

Yucaipa, California:

A funny and good man.

Was married and was a devoted father to his 20 month old baby Savannah.

Worked as a environmental health specialist with the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health.

Was a man who his co-workers looked towards for professional advice and relied on him for his expertise.

Earn a degree in health science with and emphasis in public health from Cal State San Bernardino.

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Tin Nguyen

31 year old

Santa Ana, California:

Tin Nguyen was born in Vietnam.

Tin Nguyen worked as a food inspector with the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health.

Tin Nguyen planned to get married in 2017.

Was very good, intelligent, and caring  girl who took care of her mother and her family.

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Juan Espinoza

50 year old

Highland, California:

Was married and was a good husband.

Had a daughter and a son who he loved.

Worked as a health inspector for the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health.

Loved his job.

Was a hard worker and was fair and honest.

Was born in Mexico and was the youngest of 12 siblings.

He emigrated to the United States of America more than 20 years ago.

Encouraged education and wanted his daughter to reach her goal of earning her bachelor’s degree in science in dental hygiene from Loma Linda University.

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Aurora Godoy

26 year old

San Jacinto, California:

Was a wife and a mother of a 22 month old son.

Loved her son and her family.

Was always willing to help all of her loved ones.

Was really creative and always willing to help with birthday parties and functions.

Was a cheerful person who always smiling.

Was a giving person.

Loved to bake and cook.

Loved spending time at Disneyland with her family.

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Shannon Johnson

45 year old

Koreatown, California:

Was a person who had a fun loving soul.

Loved his family and friends.

Worked as a health inspector with the San Bernardino County Department of Health.

Lived with his girlfriend.

Was born in Jesup, Georgia.

Played baseball and football when he was in high school.

Was a longtime member of City of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s crisis response team.

Loved nature and music.

Was a generous, caring, and helpful person, including when wildfires raged in Southern California years ago, he rounded up stray pets in his pickup truck and took them to a church for shelter and helped first responders dig a trench to protect the church.

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Yvette Velasco

27 year old

Fontana, California:

Is survived by her parents and her 3 sisters.

Worked as an environmental health specialist for the San Bernardino County Department of Health since 2014.

Was an intelligent, motivated, and beautiful young woman.

Was born on Easter Sunday in April 1988.

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May we all continue to sends our thoughts, prayers, and condolences to the family and friends of the victims, be supportive to their family and friends of the victims as they continue to grieve and heal, and never forget these wonderful people who loved and care about people and community.

May we all continue to also sends our thoughts, prayers, and support to the many people who survived the terrorist attack and be supportive to their family and friends as they continue to heal.

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When evil tried to rip us apart, so many people came together to help people during the terrorist attack at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California.

May we all continue to give thanks and never forget the many people who rushed to help people on that tragic day.

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May we all continue to give thanks and never forget the many first responders and law enforcement officers and deputies who rushed into Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California to save lives and to go after the evil people who attacked some many innocent people on that tragic day.

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As we all remember what happened at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California, may we all always stand up against evil who attack innocent people and may we all never allow evil divide or take down our lives, our communities, our country, and our freedoms.

** Stay Strong and United San Bernardino, California and United States of America. **

Stay with ZachNews for continuing news coverage as we all remember the terrorist attack on San Bernardino County, California.

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San Bernardino, CA: Night of Remembrance to honoring the victims and survivors of the Terrorist Attack on San Bernardino, California.

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San Bernardino, CA: Night of Remembrance to honoring the victims and survivors of the Terrorist Attack on San Bernardino, California.

The City of San Bernardino invites you to, Night of Remembrance, a ceremony dedicated to honoring the victims and survivors of the terrorist attack at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California that occurred a year ago on Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015.

The ceremony will be held at 6:30pm PT on Friday, December 2nd, 2016 inside the Coussoulis Arena at Cal State San Bernardino, located on Coyote Drive, in San Bernardino, California.

San Bernardino Mayor R. Carey Davis and San Bernardino City Council Members welcomes you to the ceremony to come together as a community, in unity and strength, to honor, reflect and rebuild.

The ceremony will be presented by the San Bernardino Mayor’s Office, Cal State San Bernardino, the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, San Bernardino Community College District and others.

The ceremony will include a series of guest speakers and musical performances.

The ceremony’s program included, event master of ceremonies, Rev. Sally Burton of the First Congregational United Church of Christ in San Bernardino and president of the San Bernardino Clergy Association, who will guide us through the evening.

The ceremony will be televised live on San Bernardino Government Channel 3 in the San Bernardino, California viewing area.

** You can also watch the ceremony at the following website addresses: **

– Inland Empire Media Group on YouTube:

– NBC affiliate KNBC Channel 4:

The ceremony was made possible by the City of San Bernardino, California State University San Bernardino, San Bernardino City Unified School District, San Manuel Mission Band of Indians, and San Bernardino Community College District.

For more information about Night of Remembrance, please call: 1 (909) 384-5133.

** More information about Night of Remembrance can also be found at the following City of San Bernardino website address: **

http://www.sbcity.org/cityhall/mayor/december_2nd_night_of_remembrance.asp

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**** ZachNews sends our thoughts, prayers, and condolences to the family and friends of the victims in the deadly shooting attack in San Bernardino, California. May we stand united together with the people of San Bernardino, California and be there to help the victims and their families. May we all not allow evil to take down our communities and may we not allow evil to divide us. Stay Strong and United San Bernardino, California. ****

Stay with ZachNews for continuing news coverage as we all remember the terrorist attack on San Bernardino County, California.

** Picture above from the City of San Bernardino. **