RIVERSIDE – A convicted sex offender pressed a 12-year-old girl to get into his car, flashing a wad of cash at her and cruising next to her on a Temecula street until a law enforcement officer stopped the harassment, a prosecutor said Wednesday, March 22, but the 70-year-old defendant countered that he was the victim of […]
Two of three Riverside County supervisors signaled Tuesday, March 21, that they’re open to relaxing marijuana regulations under the provisions of Proposition 64, but there was no consensus yet as to how to proceed.
The 83-year-old pilot of the twin-engine airplane that crashed into two homes after departing Riverside Municipal Airport, ultimately resulting in four fatalities, appeared to be disoriented and having difficulty communicating before takeoff, according to a report released today by the National Transportation Safety Board.
RIVERSIDE – Two women were in critical condition today after surviving a fiery plane crash in Riverside that claimed the lives of three other occupants and destroyed two homes, where federal investigators were sifting through debris and examining remnants of the wreckage to sort out what happened. “We are sorrowed by the loss of life and […]
A confidant of one of the husband-and-wife terrorists who carried out the 2015 massacre in San Bernardino pleaded guilty Thursday, Feb. 16, to charges that he conspired to commit acts of terror in Riverside.
A longtime dog trainer from Winchester who specializes in turning canines into comfort and service dogs for people with Alzheimer’s, post-traumatic stress and other disorders is facing animal cruelty charges, which he said today come as a shock to him.
By PAUL J. YOUNG WINCHESTER – A longtime dog trainer from Winchester who specializes in turning canines into comfort and service dogs for people with Alzheimer’s, post-traumatic stress and other disorders is facing animal cruelty charges, which he said today come as a shock to him. “They came out here but didn’t do anything,” Robert E. […]
A Lake Elsinore mother of four’s battle to adopt a Russian girl with Down syndrome was profiled in a documentary that went live on YouTube. The child is one of hundreds of abandoned children whom the Russian government refuses to release to adoptive parents in the United States and Europe. Since 2012, Katrina Morriss and […]
RIVERSIDE – The Riverside Community College District police force today was granted access to Riverside County’s public safety communication system at minimal cost under a contract that received extra scrutiny before being approved by the board of supervisors. In a 3-0 vote, with Supervisors John Tavaglione and Chuck Washington absent, the board authorized the Department […]
A divided Board of Supervisors formally adopted a 2016-17 appropriations plan that leaves multimillion-dollar deficits in the budgets of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department and the District Attorney’s Office, though board members and public safety officials pledged to work together to close the gaps.