BEAUMONT – A police officer who was shot in the leg during the 2015 San Bernardino terror attack that claimed the lives of 14 people will be presented with the Congressional Badge of Bravery today during a ceremony in Beaumont. Officer Nicholas Koahou, formerly of the San Bernardino Police Department, suffered a gunshot wound to […]
SAN BERNARDINO – A community is in mourning and a family is grieving the loss of their beloved, 3-year-old child, after the toddler was run down by an alleged drunk driver Thursday evening, April 27. The child was struck by a pickup truck while he was crossing a busy San Bernardino street with his family. The […]
A year-old girl who was the subject of an Amber Alert issued out of San Bernardino County was found safe today in Montclair with her father, who was arrested on suspicion of abducting her. Lexi Segura was found about 9:20 a.m. when her father was pulled over near Holt Boulevard and Monte Vista Avenue, according […]
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.
RIVERSIDE – A confidant of one of the terrorists who carried out a 2015 massacre in San Bernardino is slated today to plead guilty to charges that he conspired to commit acts of terror in Riverside. Enrique Marquez Jr., 25, entered into a plea agreement with the U.S. Attorney’s Office on Tuesday, admitting one count each of providing […]
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.
The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in the Inland Empire rose eight-tenths of a cent today to $2.694, the fourth increase in five days.
Appeal challenges Nestlé’s unrestricted water siphoning from San Bernardino National Forest on expired permit during historic drought
LOS ANGELES — Today, the Story of Stuff Project, the California-based Courage Campaign Institute, and the Center for Biological Diversity formally noticed their intent to appeal a federal court’s decision that allows Nestlé to continue to remove an estimated 36 million gallons of water from Strawberry Creek in the San Bernardino National Forest, based on […]
The South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) has issued a residential no-burn alert effective Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016, for all those living in the South Coast Air Basin, which includes Orange County and non-desert portions of Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. SCAQMD reminds residents in these areas that burning wood in their […]