Pat Morris

City of San Bernardino

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Former Mayor of San Bernardino (2006-2014)

Pat Morris on KCRW

In San Bernardino yesterday, two people were left dead after a man entered a classroom for special-needs students and shot his wife. A stray bullet also killed an 8-year-old student.

Former San Bernardino mayor: North Park shooting is an isolated incident

In San Bernardino yesterday, two people were left dead after a man entered a classroom for special-needs students and shot his wife. A stray bullet also killed an 8-year-old student.

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The FBI is investigating whether or not yesterday’s attack in San Bernardino is a case of terrorism. Regardless of where that investigation leads, Muslims there are on edge today.

Muslim Reaction in San Bernardino

The FBI is investigating whether or not yesterday’s attack in San Bernardino is a case of terrorism. Regardless of where that investigation leads, Muslims there are on edge today.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Fourteen people were shot to death this morning and 17 others were injured at a holiday party for state health workers at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino.  Three shooters…

San Bernardino Mass Shooting

Fourteen people were shot to death this morning and 17 others were injured at a holiday party for state health workers at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino.  Three shooters…

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