An emu was impounded today by two Riverside County Animal Services officers.
Forced to move from his former studio at Vail Lake Resort, renowned metal sculptor and designer Ricardo Breceda, has a new home on a 20-acre piece property in on Highway 79 in Aguanga that he hopes to soon turn into a free picnic and park area. Breceda’s realistic tin sculptures of horses and mountain goats […]
RIVERSIDE – Strong winds and light rain that blew through the county overnight diminished today, though gusty conditions were expected to return this weekend, according to the National Weather Service. Gusts reported overnight reached as high as 59 miles per hour in Edom Hill, below the San Gorgonio Pass. However, the winds died down Christmas morning and will […]
California Highway Patrol is using maximum enforcement this holiday weekend, looking for DUI’s, Seatbelt scofflaws, and other traffic violations. MORE.
RIVERSIDE – With job gains in all but a few sectors of the regional economy, Riverside County’s unemployment rate dropped last month, state officials said today. The unemployment rate in November, based on preliminary estimates, was 6.2 percent, compared to 6.5 percent in October, according to the California Employment Development Department. The rate was also 1.5 percentage points lower […]
RIVERSIDE – The Board of Supervisors Tuesday scheduled a Jan. 5 public hearing to consider the Riverside County Department of Animal Services’ request to hike fees for dog licenses and other services, as well as establish new charges for sheltering and euthanizing pets. Animal services Director Rob Miller told the board that the agency had not sought fee adjustments since […]
AGUANGA – A rollover accident that occurred on Saturday, Dec. 12, has left a three-year old girl dead and two others seriously injured in the unincorporated area of Aguanga. The fatal rollover occurred on state Route 371, a narrow, two-lane road that is links the Coachella Valley with Temecula and North County and acts as a main corridor […]
RIVERSIDE – Riverside County supervisors today will consider a measure re-enforcing the county’s prohibitions against mobile marijuana dispensaries — an action deemed necessary to counter the effects of a new state law that permits the transportation of legally grown pot on roads throughout California. Ordinance No. 928 was drafted by the Office of County Counsel and added to the Board […]
PERRIS – Hundreds of current and former customers of the Perris-based Eastern Municipal Water District could be entitled to unclaimed money that the water district is slated to transfer to its general fund, officials said today. According to the EMWD, nearly $72,000 is waiting to be claimed. The funds have been accumulating over the last three years […]
Each year the California Highway Patrol participates in the “CHiP’s for Kids” toy drive. CHiP’s for Kids started from humble beginnings 20 years ago in Los Angeles. Back then, a small group of California Highway Patrol officers banded together and decided to help the less fortunate children living in the communities they served. This popular […]