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Flick picks: ‘The Founder’ explores the distasteful history of McDonald’s without dimming its golden arches

On the day that a new era begins in U.S. history comes a portrait of one of the most successful stories of American capitalism: the founding of McDonald’s. Who can claim the title of “founder”..
bizjournals

Southern California walloped by powerful storm; even bigger rainmaker coming Sunday

Southern California was hit by another round of rain and snow Friday, the second of three storms providing more relief and some peril to the drought-stricken region. Heavy rain, high surf and snow..
L.A. Times

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News video: Hiker Airlifted From San Gabriel Mountains After Fall on icy Trail

Hiker Airlifted From San Gabriel Mountains After Fall on icy Trail 05:22

A rescue helicopter from San Bernardino County Sheriff&rsquo;s Department saved a hiker who slid down a steep, snowy ridge near Mount Baldy, California, on January 16.
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News video: Hiker Airlifted From San Gabriel Mountains After Fall on Icy Trail

Hiker Airlifted From San Gabriel Mountains After Fall on Icy Trail 05:21

A rescue helicopter from San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department saved a hiker who slid down a steep, snowy ridge near Mount Baldy, California, on January 16.Jennifer Fujita, 34, lost her footing..
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News video: Woman Rescued After Sliding Down Hiking Trail, Clinging to Ridge with Ice Ax

Woman Rescued After Sliding Down Hiking Trail, Clinging to Ridge with Ice Ax 02:02

A woman is recovering after losing her footing and sliding down a snow covered trail while hiking near the Mount Baldy Summit, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.
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News video: Two San Bernardino Shooting Survivors Say They're Struggling With Medical Bills

Two San Bernardino Shooting Survivors Say They're Struggling With Medical Bills 01:20

In December of 2015, a shooting rampage erupted at a holiday office party in San Bernardino, CA. Julie, 50, was shot twice and still has hundreds of bullet fragments inside her body. Ray, 48, suffers..
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News video: Dramatic rescue saves snow hiker

Dramatic rescue saves snow hiker 01:01

Rescuers from the San Bernardino County Fire Department saved a female hiker who was holding on with just an ice axe after slipping 50 feet down Mount Baldy on Monday. Colette Luke reports.
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$15 Minimum Wages Will Substantially Raise Prices In US – Analysis

$15 minimum wages will substantially raise prices in us – analysis
By James Sherk* Raising the minimum wage creates winners and losers. Those workers who receive higher pay benefit. But the money for that higher pay comes from somewhere. Advocates for a minimum..
Eurasia Review

Man who smoked meth for 'several days' killed in shootout with deputies at Motel 6 in Twentynine Palms

A 39-year-old man is dead and a woman is in custody after a shootout with San Bernardino County sheriff’s deputies at a Motel 6 early Tuesday, authorities said. Deputies were called to the motel..
L.A. Times

Review: In 'The Founder' Backstabbing With Fries on the Side

Ketchup, mustard, two pickles. In John Lee Hancock's "The Founder," about Ray Kroc and the making of McDonald's, the ingredients for success are ruthlessly simple. When Kroc (Michael Keaton), a..
VOA News
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