Supervisors receptive to loosening marijuana regulations

RIVERSIDE –Riverside County supervisors agreed 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. “I don’t smoke. I don’t drink. I am the definition of `no fun,” Supervisor Kevin Jeffries said. “But the voters of California and […]

Convicted sex offender claims investigators telling `lies, lies, lies’

Convicted sex offender claims investigators telling `lies, lies, lies’

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 […]

Veteran canine trainer charged with animal cruelty

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. […]

Mom hopes the new year will see her reunited with orphaned child in Russia

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 […]

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