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|August 4, 2019|
EL PASO ?(INT) ?A 21-year-old Texan armed with an assault rifle and activating a prior manifesto unleashed his anger at a shopping center Saturday before surrendering without police firing a single shot.
EL PASO, TX - Reactions to the Walmart massacre are coming from far and wide.
LEUCADIA ?A popular beach remains closed where three people were killed Friday in the collapse of an oceanfront bluff.
Millennials are the loneliest generation in recent history, according to a new survey.
NEW YORK - (INT) - The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) says July at least equaled, if not surpassed, the hottest month in recorded history.
RIVERSIDE ?(INT) ?The case of two previously missing sisters, kidnapped by their mother’s live-in boyfriend, has taken a twist.
SAN BERNARDINO ?(INT) ?Investigators are piecing together details of a car-to-car-shooting early Friday that ended with officer-involved gunfire and a crash that heavily damaged a home.
LOS ANGELES ?Investigators probing the slaying of an off-duty LAPD officer swooped into the Inland Empire early Friday making arrests and collecting evidence.
INLAND EMPIRE ?(INT) ?The local Purchasing Manager’s Index is having some mid-year up’s and down’s.
SAN BERNARDINO ?(INT) ?City leaders will outline steps to develop a new general plan for the city.
INLAND EMPIRE ?(INT) ?The signs are everywhere from placards on utility poles to HGTV.
CLAREMONT ?(INT) - Kay Ceniceros, the first woman to serve on the Riverside County Board of Supervisors, has died.
JURUPA VALLEY ?(INT) ?The first weekend of the 60 Swarm went so well that the eastbound lanes were reopened 18-hours earlier than expected.
NEEDLES ?(INT) ?Hope is fading for finding alive a bikini-clad woman missing in the Eastern Mojave Desert of San Bernardino County.
SAN FRANCISCO ?(INT) - According to the latest poverty statistics, child poverty rates in the Inland Empire remained higher than before the recession.
LAKE ELSINORE ?(INT) ?Law enforcement is opening a new initiative to protect on-line buyers and sellers.
SILVERWOOD LAKE ?(INT) ?The quality of the water in another Inland Empire lake is getting bad marks.
SOUTHLAND - (INT) - Southern California is embarking on the second-half of a triple digit heat wave that won’t ease before Wednesday.
LOS ANGELES - The writers of Katy Perry’s song “Dark Horse?are calling a copyright infringement decision a “travesty of justice.?/div>
DEATH VALLEY - The Navy has confirmed the death of a pilot whose fighter jet crashed Wednesday in a canyon dubbed Star Wars Canyon.
BERKELEY, CA - Many Californians may sink into downward mobility in their golden years because of a lack of retirement savings.
TRONA ?(INT) ?As the aftershocks from the Ridgecrest Earthquake sequence weaken, repair and recovery efforts continue.
SACRAMENTO ?(INT) - Governor Newsom signed legislation Tuesday requiring candidates for U.S. President and California Governor to disclose their income tax returns in order to appear on California’s primary ballot.
SAN FRANCISCO - (INT) - Seven in ten Californians say they are very concerned about wildfires becoming more severe as a result of global warming.
HOLLYWOOD ?Disney’s “The Lion King?is generating box office royalty, worldwide.
RIDGECREST ?(INT) ?Scientists expect to better understand earthquakes with the ongoing aftershock sequence.
SOUTHLAND ?(INT) ?Lower oil prices and plenty of fuel inventory are bringing some relief to motorists paying nearly the highest gasoline prices in the country.
SAN DIEGO ?(INT) ?California may be dealing with a lot of weather in the coming years and it could test the extremes.
Murrieta police say the murders of two people appears to be domestically-related. A suspect, Andrew Burke, 25, is under arrest. Police responded to a residence on Jonquil Circle Friday night when a family member was unable to contact relatives and reached out for help. Names of the dead were not immediately released. Burke was booked on suspicion of murder and resisting arrest. (INT)
Inland Empire residents will come together Tuesday evening for the 36th annual National Night Out. It is a community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make cities safer, more caring places to live. (INT)
The Hard Summer concert is expected to attract 80,000 to the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana. Concert goers for the weekend event began arriving Friday. (INT)
A despondent Cathedral City man shot and killed himself Thursday after a brief, low-speed police chase in that city. Relatives of the 58-year-old man were concerned about his emotional state and felt he may be a danger to himself. After stopping his pick-up truck, officers said they heard a single gunshot and later found the man dead. (INT)
The area of the San Jacinto Mountains where the 2018 Cranston Fire burned has been reopened to the public. The area was closed when the fire was lit by an arsonist along Highway 74 between Hemet and Mountain Center. The fire burned through the May Valley trails system, which was under development to bring approximately 30 miles of non-motorized trails (open to hikers, cyclists and equestrians) to the public. Work on that project will re-commence this fall. (INT)
A local youth pastor in the city of Wildomar has been extradited back to the Inland Empire from Pennsylvania where he was arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting children over an 18-year period. Laverne Paul Fox (aka Paul Fox Laverne), 60, was returned to California on Monday. (INT)
Changes are coming for those who ride Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) busses. Beginning September 8th, the RTA says it’s making several schedule and route changes to boost performance. Connections will be enhanced and service expanded into new areas such as the Corona Hills Plaza and Mt. San Jacinto Community College. Some service will be eliminated because of low ridership. (INT)
A motorcyclist lost his life early Friday in Jurupa Valley when he rode through a red stoplight and collided with an automobile. The crash occurred on Van Buren Boulevard at Bellgrave Avenue. Killed was Joshua Hogue, 35, of Riverside. Another early Friday morning incident in Riverside County claimed the life of a pedestrian on Highway 74 in Homeland. (INT)
Another round of federal community block grants has been announced and several local cities stand to benefit. Riverside has been awarded nearly $10.8 million with lesser amounts for Moreno Valley, Jurupa Valley and Perris. Congressman Mark Takano (D-Riverside) says the grants will increase the supply of affordable housing for low-income families, expand economic opportunities, and assist the homeless. (INT)
The conversion of rented homes to indoor marijuana cultivations continues to plague some Inland Empire communities. In the latest incident, a Jurupa Valley home was found to have 1,700 marijuana plants valued at $3.4 million. A 24-year-old Los Angeles man was arrested. (INT)
A bicyclist and a pedestrian are the latest Inland Empire traffic fatalities. Lupe Alejandro Flores, 46, of Fontana was struck early Thursday on the I-15 just north of Route 138 in the Cajon Pass. The CHP said Flores was walking across traffic lanes. Earlier in Ontario, Thomas Shane Pinto, 22, of Pomona was riding his bicycle through an intersection on Mission Boulevard when he was struck. (INT)
Rancho Cucamonga is getting $3 million from the state budget to build a dog park. It will be located at Central Park. (INT)
In an effort to meet Riverside County’s rising cat population, a promotion continues at the county’s three largest animal shelters. The promotion, Cornhole 4 Cats, gives guests the opportunity to test their tossin?skills to win a free cat adoption. Each guest gets four shots to toss a bag into a hole. The cost or donation is just $1. (INT)