Projects aimed at improving infrastructure and making public transportation greener in Riverside County are slated for more than $5 million in funds from the California Transportation Commission, state officials announced Friday, Jan. 20.
Mudslides impacted a San Jacinto road Friday, Jan. 20, amid heavy rains, trapping motorists and prompting the closure of the corridor.
RIVERSIDE – Multiple roads were closed throughout Riverside County today due to flooding and other storm-related hazards. The city of Menifee announced Bradley Road at the Salt Creek bridge; Cherry Hills Boulevard at Gross Pointe Drive; Matthews Road, between Menifee and Paloma roads; Menifee at Mapes Road; Menifee, between state Route 74 and Turtle Bay Lane; Ridgemoor […]
The second in a series of winter storms is expected to batter Riverside County today, bringing downpours, heavy mountain snow, possible flooding, potentially damaging winds and thunderstorms.
The first in a series of Pacific storms poised to deliver torrential rain, heavy mountain snow and gusty wind to Riverside County through early next week is expected to move into the region late tonight.
A $215,000 grant from the Santa Ana Watershed District is spurring the San Jacinto City Council to study a change in water rates for the 4,000 customers using city water. The proposed rate change could increase rates across the board by $10 per month. It has been seven years since the city changed its customers’ […]
Capt. Leonard Purvis has been tapped by Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff to replace Capt. Joe Borja as commander of the Hemet Sheriff’s Station who has announced his retirement next month.
A Hemet resident pleaded guilty today to a federal conspiracy charge for participating in a scheme in which he and another man used information obtained from pilfered mail to create bogus checks and identity documents used to make purchases for items that were later returned to stores for cash.
A fire damaged a wall of a single-family home Friday, Dec. 30, in San Jacinto but no one was injured or displaced by the blaze.