Creepy clowns continue to stalk Inland Empire

Creepy clowns have made their way across the country and now several sightings in Temecula, Murrieta, Hemet, San Jacinto and even Lake Elsinore, have officials speaking out against the movement designed to strike terror in the hearts of many.

SOCAL: 5.2 Quake rattles residents, sparks multiple aftershocks across region

SOCAL: 5.2 Quake rattles residents, sparks multiple aftershocks across region

Did you feel it? A 5.2 earthquake, centered near Borrego Springs, was felt across Riverside County at just after 1 a.m. Find out more…

5.2 quake felt throughout southland

UPDATE: 1:46 a.m. According to the USGS website, there were nearly 3,000 people in over 500 zip codes from Santa Barbara all the way south to Mexico who reported feeling at least one of the earthquakes that struck within a few minutes of each other just after 1 am this morning. There were also people who […]

Melendez calls for Veterans Affairs secretary’s resignation

Melendez calls for Veterans Affairs secretary’s resignation

SACRAMENTO – Assemblywoman Melissa A. Melendez, R-Lake Elsinore, has sent a letter to U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald calling for his resignation after comparing veterans’ health care wait times to Disneyland experience. Click Here To View A Copy Of The Official Letter “Words cannot begin to describe how troubling Secretary McDonald’s […]

Sheriff seeks to increase rates charged for patrol deputies

The Board of Supervisors tomorrow will considerRiverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff’s request to hike the rates charged to
cities and other contract entities for the use of patrol deputies – a move bound to be unpopular with the sheriff’s clients.

Senate approves lawmaker’s bill to curb disability rights lawsuits

RIVERSIDE  – A Riverside County lawmaker’s bill aimed at deterring disability rights lawsuits targeting small businesses was unanimously approved today by the state Senate. Sen. Richard Roth’s SB 269 passed on a 38-0 vote and is now bound for the governor’s desk. “SB 269’s unanimous approval proves that my proposal is a common-sense, bipartisan solution to protect the disabled community […]

Trains to run flat out on new commuter rail line between Menifee and Riverside

PERRIS  – Trains will be running today and tomorrow — sans riders — on Metrolink’s new commuter rail line between Riverside and Menifee, traveling at top speed as officials continue safety tests before opening the line to the public. The 24-mile Perris Valley Line was completed in September, and since then, engineers have been conducting low-speed tests […]