Wildfires in San Bernardino county affect the daily activities of the locals, destroy vegetation and cause pollution to the environment, notes KTLA.com. Wildfires often occur when a region is experiencing high temperatur... More »

As of April 1, 2015, the sales and use tax rate in San Bernardino County, California, is 8 percent. The state income tax rate for the county is 6 percent. More »

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San Bernardino county death certificates issued within the last two years are available in person or by mail from the San Bernardino Department of Public Health. Death certificates issued prior to that time may be obtain... More »

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San Bernardino County is located in Southern California and was the fifth most populous county in California and the twelfth most populous county in the United States according to the 2010 Census. San Bernardino is the c... More »

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San Bernardino county death certificates issued within the last two years are available in person or by mail from the San Bernardino Department of Public Health. Death certificates issued prior to that time may be obtain... More »

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According to the University of South Carolina, carbon dioxide fire extinguishers are only appropriate for Class B and Class C fires. Class B fires are based on flammable liquids, while Class C fires are electrical in nat... More »

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The five classifications of fires are Classes A, B, C, D and K. Fires that fall under A, B and C are considered common types of fires, and D and K fires fall under the specialty category. More »

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