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In a first for San Bernardino, heightened earthquake risk temporarily closes City Hall

The seismically vulnerable San Bernardino City Hall will be closed through Tuesday in response to a heightened earthquake risk in Southern California, city officials said. The decision to close City Hall on Monday and Tuesday comes in response to a swarm of earthquakes in the Salton Sea area last...
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