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|April 16, 2019|
PARIS--A massive fire ripped through Notre-Dame Cathedral in central Paris, toppling the spire on the 850-year-old Gothic monument and leaving France in shock over the extensive damage to one of the nation’s most iconic landmarks.
WASHINGTON--Three House Democratic chairmen on Monday launched a probe into reports that the White House pressured immigration enforcement officials to release migrants into the districts of political adversaries.
WASHINGTON--The waiting should end Thursday. Attorney General William Barr plans to release the final report of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian efforts to sway the 2016 election Thursday.
HAWTHORNE, CA--Atari fan Elon Musk has been awarded a U.S. government contract to essentially play a real-life version of the arcade shooter game Asteroids with his rocket company, SpaceX.
The world's ice is rapidly disappearing, but not without a trace. Ancient artifacts, frozen corpses, long-dead viruses and loads of trapped greenhouse gases are the parting gifts left behind as Earth's melting glaciers and permafrost retreat.
RIVERSIDE ?(INT) ?Law enforcement officers from throughout California are expected for Tuesday’s funeral of CHP Sergeant Steve Licon.
SAN BERNARDINO ?(INT) - Governor Gavin Newsom is hosting a roundtable discussion on solutions to address homelessness.
INDIO ?(INT) ?Law enforcement is breathing a temporary sigh of relief following the first of three consecutive weekends that is attracting hundreds of thousands to the Polo Grounds.
PALM DESERT ?(INT) ?Air quality in the Coachella Valley could be reclassified under a move by the Air Quality Management District (AQMD).
RIVERSIDE ?(INT) ?A June 21st hearing is scheduled to determine if convicted killer Jesse Torres is ‘intellectually disabled?
ONTARIO ?(INT) ?An autopsy is planned on the body of former West Covina mayor Michael Herman Spence.
LOMA LINDA ?(INT) ?Doctors at Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital recently conducted the institution’s first stem cell transplant in a patient suffering from sickle cell disease.
INLAND EMPIRE ?(INT) ?Riverside and San Bernardino county are among one-third of the nation’s counties with less than 10 percent of residents not having health insurance.
IDYLLWILD ?(INT) ?Storm recovery work continues on highways in the San Jacinto Mountains.
INLAND EMPIRE ?(INT) ?Surplus government food will be given out this month.
INLAND EMPIRE ?(INT) ?The opening of the spring weed abatement season is here.
RIVERSIDE ?(INT) ?An 83-year-old pilot’s failure to maintain control of his twin-engine plane caused it to crash.
INLAND EMPIRE - (INT) - A cold front racing down the coast toward Southern California could deliver the first spring shower.
HOLLYWOOD - "Shazam!" holds on to the top spot in the nation’s theaters this week.
SACRAMENTO - The Sacramento Kings hired former Los Angeles Lakers coach Luke Walton to a four-year deal on Saturday.
SACRAMENTO ?(INT) - A ‘strike force?charged with examining California’s catastrophic wildfires issued its findings Friday.
LOS ANGELES - Nipsey Hussle, the Grammy-nominated rapper who never abandoned his ’hood, made his final victory lap around Los Angeles on Thursday.
SOUTHLAND ?(INT) ?The El Nino that fueled California’s wet winter may persist through this coming fall, but in a weakened state.
SOUTHLAND ?(INT) ?California motorists are expected to find $4 a gallon gasoline at their next stop for a fill-up.
SAN SALVADOR ?(INT) ?Governor Newsom is promising action to bolster immigration relief.
SACRAMENTO--More than 3 million Californians who obtained new identification cards might have to return to the DMV because the state did not adhere to Homeland Security guidelines when it developed the program.
RIVERSIDE ?(INT) ?With e-cigarettes rising in popularity especially among young people, a certain type is raising health concerns.
SOUTHLAND - (INT) - California taxpayers are feeling the impact of the new federal tax code.
Californians could stand to get average tax refund of $832.
The Federal Economic Development Administration (EDA) is awarding a $2.5 million federal grant to UC Riverside for use in a life sciences industry business incubator. The project will support life sciences-focused businesses by creating job opportunities for the region’s workforce and addressing the demand for more high-skilled workers. (INT)
Forty pounds of cocaine and black tar heroin will not reach intended recipients in Southern California. Border Patrol agents deployed drug-sniffing dogs on an SUV that had been stopped on the I-15 in Temecula and discovered the contraband, valued at $400,000, hidden in the vehicle. A 39-year-old US citizen was arrested. (INT)
The California Highway Patrol says a head-on collision late Sunday on Gilman Springs Road at the east end of Moreno Valley killed one driver, a 49-year-old man from Hemet. Calfire said the 3-vehicle crash injured several other people. (INT)
A bicyclist on an early Monday morning ride along West Kendall Drive in San Bernardino was struck by an SUV and fatally injured. The coroner was attempting to notify the victim’s family. Earlier Sunday in Apple Valley, a head-on collision on Bear Valley Road killed Amanda Hinman, 28, of Apple Valley. (INT)
Investigators say a man shot and killed by Indio police was a suspect in a strong armed robbery. Anthony Santana, 21 years of Thermal was holding a gun when police arrived at a location on Las Palmas Road on Wednesday. No one else was hurt. (INT)
More popular side roads in the San Bernardino National Forest are facing a prolonged closure in the wake of intense winter storms. The Forest Service says the closure of 22 miles of 1N09 between Highway 330 and Seven Oaks Road may last for a year. A similar closure has impacted Forest Road 1N45 (Santa Ana River Rd.) between Highway 38 and Glass Road in the Barton Flats area. Storm damage involves sink holes, mud and rock slides, cracked and undermined pavement and fallen trees. (INT)
A new statewide program will make it easier for communities to get funding for clean mobility projects to improve their sustainability and quality of life. The $17 million program focuses on the needs of those communities to provide clean mobility solutions that include smaller scale car- bike- or scooter-sharing projects, and subsidies for transit, or car-hailing companies. (INT)
Upland police say that gunfire abruptly ended a weekend baby shower. Killed in the late night incident on North Shelley Avenue was 18-year-old Nathan Shamblin. Police were without suspects as of Monday. (INT)
A weak M3.0 earthquake Monday morning had an epicenter in a remote section of the Anza-Borrego Desert about 15-miles southeast of the community of Anza. (INT)
The latest sweep by the Riverside County Regional Gang Task Force in Hemet has landed 37 people in jail. Officers visited 52 locations and seized as evidence 3 semi-automatic handguns, an assault rifle, numerous rounds of ammunition, an occupied stolen vehicle, 10 grams of methamphetamine, various drug paraphernalia and gang paraphernalia. (INT)
While winter rains have brought welcome relief to California’s drought conditions, they are also fueling an explosion of nonnative plants that threaten Big Sur’s world-renowned natural resources. Nature Corps, a nonprofit volunteer conservation organization, is recruiting volunteers to preserve Big Sur's coastal mountain range. (INT)
The Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) is seeking input on proposed fare increases. The RTA has not changed its “fare structure?in more than 10 years. A public hearing will be held during the Board of Directors?meeting on April 25th. If approved, the new fares could go into effect this July and again in July of 2021. (INT)