• January 24, 2020
    WASHINGTON - The Trump administration is scrapping protections for America's streams and wetlands, repealing Barack Obama's Waters of the United States regulation.
    WASHINGTON - The Trump administration issued new visa guidelines Thursday that could make it more difficult for some pregnant women to visit the United States, a move that White House officials said is aimed at curbing "birth tourism."
    WASHINGTON - House impeachment managers, led by Rep. Adam B. Schiff (D-Calif.), began the second day of their opening arguments against President Trump by focusing on alleged abuse of power.
    SAN JOSE, CA - About 40 million consumers who have fallen behind on their bills or have rising debt levels could see their credit scores fall significantly under changes being made to FICO.
    Former PBS News anchor Jim Lehrer and frequent moderator of presidential debates, has died.
    WASHINGTON - The famed Doomsday Clock has been set at 100 seconds to midnight this year, the closest it's ever been to the metaphorical point of the Earth's destruction.
    CORONA ?(INT) ?Two men and two women were board the single-engine plane that crashed and burned Wednesday while attempting a take-off at the Corona Municipal Airport.
    RIVERSIDE ?(INT) ?Riverside County prosecutors are filing a murder case against a Corona motorist who caused a car crash fatal to three teenage boys
    INLAND EMPIRE - (INT) - Southern California is coming under the influence of increasing fair weather high pressure.
    SAN BERNARDINO ?(INT) ?Volunteers for San Bernardino county’s annual Point-In-Time census (PITC) took to the streets, alleys, storm drains and parks Thursday.
    INLAND EMPIRE ?(INT) ?The average sales price for a new or resale home in Riverside County has eclipsed $400,000.
    SOUTHLAND ?(INT) ?California’s briefly wet water ‘year?may be reversing course.
    SAN BERNARDINO ?(INT) ?The city’s horrific homicide rate is showing no sign of slowing.
    INLAND EMPIRE ?(INT) ?Operators of two suspected residential drug labs in Riverside County have survived extensive burns in a pair of explosions.
    SAN BERNARDINO ?(INT) ?A Superior Court judge followed a jury’s recommendation Tuesday and handed a death sentence to Charles Merritt in the murders of Merritt’s former business partner, his wife and their two children.
    RIVERSIDE ?(INT) ?Residents by the thousands are battling the flu as a surge in the ‘B?strain takes center stage.
    RIVERSIDE ?(INT) ?The Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) will decide in June whether to place a sales tax increase on the November ballot.
    ONTARIO ?(INT) –The ?0 Swarm?has shifted from Riverside County to the West End of San Bernardino County.
    SACRAMENTO ?(INT) ?A C-130 Hercules that crashed on a fire-fighting mission in Australia killing its three crewmembers was based in California.
    SOUTHLAND ?(INT) ?Gasoline prices are holding steady, but remain far above last year at this time.
    LOS ANGELES ?(INT) ?Los Angeles County will get thirty travel trailers and medical services tents as part of Governor Newsom’s executive order on homelessness.
    SACRAMENTO - In California state legislature, a new battle is taking shape over whether or not a popular painkiller, acetaminophen, will be labeled as a carcinogen.
    SAN FRANCISCO ?(INT) - As the Senate trial to remove President Trump from office gets underway, California’s likely voters are deeply divided.
    HOLLYWOOD - “Bad Boys for Life?is expected to cross the $100 million mark this week.
    SOUTHLAND ?(INT) ?Some store closures are part of Pier 1 Import’s restructuring plan in an effort to head-off its demise.
    Smoking doesn’t just ruin your health. It can also burn a nasty hole through your wallet.
    SACRAMENTO ?(INT) - A high-profile bill that could increase home building near mass transit and in single-family home neighborhoods across California is back ?again ?before lawmakers.
    SAN DIEGO ?(INT) ?A section of new border wall at Otay Mesa has gotten its first test.
    SACRAMENTO ?(INT) ?With the arrival of 2020, solar power will be required with the construction of all new homes in California.
    San Bernardino police say a 65-year-old woman stepped into the path of an oncoming car on Baseline Street and was fatally injured. Dorothy Velarde had been standing in the center median at Wall Avenue before she was struck Wednesday evening. She had not been in a crosswalk. (INT)

    Fire fighters said they found several areas inside an abandoned San Bernardino apartment where a fire started late Wednesday night. First responders found smoke pouring from the windows of the second floor apartment. The 1500 Block of Arrowhead Avenue was shut down until the fire was extinguished. There were no injuries. (INT)

    Sheriff’s detectives have capped a 3-week homicide investigation with the arrests of two teenage boys. They are accused of fatally shooting Tremon Jordan, 19, outside Macy’s Market in Muscoy December 29th. The incident was said to be gang-related. (INT)

    Redlands High School extended its record for San Bernardino County Mock Trial championships to 16 on Saturday as it defeated Rancho Cucamonga in the 38th annual competition. The victory marked Redlands' fifth title in the past seven years as it advances to the state competition in March in Los Angeles. (INT)

    Riverside’s Lunar Festival returns on January 25th and 26th 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. in front of the downtown library. Admission is free. The Rat is the first zodiac sign in the Chinese zodiac cycle, and 2020 signifies a new Lunar Calendar. (INT)

    Charlie M. Duggan Jr. took over Monday as Redlands City Manager. He was among 44 applicants. Public receptions for Duggan will be held January 29th and February 28th. (INT)

    In the wake of two recent storms that brought down trees and limbs throughout the San Bernardino Mountain communities, free curbside wood chipping is being offered. A team of team of first responder agencies, non-profits, volunteers and chipping professionals are committed to reducing the "fuel load" in the communities. More info at info@crestlinechamber.org (INT)

    It took prosecutors 4-and-a-half years before it was announced Thursday that a Rialto police officer was not criminally liable for a fatal shooting. The District Attorney’s office said that Officer Cesar Vizcarra properly exercised his right of self-defense and the defense of others when Christian Pena was killed in October 2015. (INT)

    Investigators were seeking the cause of a fire that heavily damaged a vacant auto repair shop in San Bernardino. Firefighters knocked down the flames on West Mill Street and South Arrowhead Avenue in 18 minutes Monday night. (INT)

    Groundbreaking was held Tuesday for the Lake Elsinore Walmart Supercenter on Central Avenue. The new store is a relocation of the current Lake Elsinore Walmart store on Grape Street and will recruit about 100 additional staff. The larger Supercenter will offer more services and options including Walmart’s free Grocery Pickup service, a full-service deli, meat and bakery department and a fresh produce department. (INT)

    Riverside police have identified the city’s first homicide victim of 2020. Emanuel Reggie Herrera, 33, was found late Wednesday night laying in the intersection of Victoria Avenue and 12th Street on the city’s Eastside. Herrera, of Riverside, suffered multiple gunshot wounds and died later at a local hospital. (INT)

    Another three tons of illegally-grown marijuana has been uprooted from the rural Aguanga area of Riverside County. Monday’s seizures were the result of thirteen search warrants served by marijuana eradication teams. Growers were found to be using the dangerous pesticide Carbofuran, which is banned in the United States for it’s toxicity. Six people, all residents of Aguanga, were arrested. In another operation in nearby Anza, a dozen search warrants yielded a half-ton of marijuana and three arrests. (INT)

    To the delight of thousands of viewers, a second bald eagle egg has been laid in the Grays Peak area of Big Bear in a nest made popular by a live webcam feed. “We are very excited to see bald eagles continuing to successfully reside and raise young in this part of the forest,?said Marc Stamer, district ranger for the Mountaintop Ranger District. (INT)


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