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|April 30, 2019|
LONG BEACH ?(INT) ?A terrorist attack at a political rally in Long Beach has been foiled with the arrest of a former U.S. Army infantryman who plotted retribution for attacks against Muslims and pledged support for ISIS.
WASHINGTON--Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein plans to resign on May 11, ending a controversial tenure in which he appointed Special Counsel Robert Mueller and took actions that won him praise -- and anger -- from both the right and left.
Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is showing his face for the first time in five years, appearing on a video posted to the internet Monday by the terror group’s al-Furqan media division.
It is scary enough that a team of Israeli security researchers discovered a massive unprotected database with the full names, ages, income brackets and marital status on more than 80 million U.S. households.
APPLE VALLEY ?(INT) ?Another Inland Empire case of suspected parental homicide and a missing child is being investigated.
INDIO ?(INT) ?Triple digit heat and desert winds failed to discourage country music fans as Stagecoach packed up at the Empire Polo Club Sunday.
INLAND EMPIRE ?(INT) ?First Quarter figures continued to show the region’s vibrant economy.
INLAND EMPIRE ?(INT) ?April has brought to an end the extended ski season in the San Bernardino Mountains.
INLAND EMPIRE ?(INT) ?There is more evidence that the summer wildfire season is getting closer.
INLAND EMPIRE ?(INT) ?CoreLogic has proclaimed an end to the 7-year rise in median home prices in Southern California.
RIVERSIDE ?(INT) - The Riverside County District Attorney’s Office has filed a civil law enforcement action against attorneys.
SAN BERNARDINO ?(INT) ?Federal indictments announced Thursday named 35 Members & Associates of the Westside Verdugo Street Gang.
NORCO ?(INT) ?The coroner has released the identity of
the pilot who was killed when a small ‘flying wing?crashed and burned at the California Rehabilitation Center Monday.
SAN BERNARDINO ?(INT) ?Homelessness is surging in San Bernardino County.
INLAND EMPIRE ?(INT) ?A new analysis showed that local Hispanic neighborhoods were among the most-affected during the foreclosure crisis.
IDYLLWILD ?(INT) ?Limited access to the San Jacinto Mountains via Route 74 out of Hemet is being permitted.
INLAND EMPIRE ?(INT) ?Surplus government food will be given out this month.
INLAND EMPIRE ?(INT) ?The opening of the spring weed abatement season is here.
LOS ANGELES - John Singleton, an industry pioneer, who was the first African American to earn an Oscar nomination for best director, has died.
SACRAMENTO ?(INT) ?Governor Newsom says his May budget revision will include $15 million to help non-profit organizations that are targets of hate-motivated violence.
SOUTHLAND - (INT) - April is closing out on a dry note after Monday’s previously advertised showers generated a bit of excitement.
SOUTHLAND ?(INT) ?Southern Californians are getting new neighbors like never before.
Bakersfield is becoming a more affordable option for millennials.
HOLLYWOOD - It's truly the Avengers' world. The opening weekend of "Avengers: Endgame" demolished box office records.
SOUTHLAND ?(INT) ?Imported gasoline has arrived just in time to put the brakes on weeks of skyrocketing prices.
SACRAMENTO ?(INT) ?So far this year, there have been 38 cases of measles in California, nearly double in one week.
Ken Kercheval, the actor best known for his longtime role as Texas businessman Cliff Barnes on the long-running soap opera Dallas, has died.
BERKELEY ?(INT) ?Climate change has created a new wildfire reality in California.
NEW YORK--The Golden State is living up to its nickname, with California ranking as the most innovative economy in America.
SOUTHLAND ?(INT) ?The El Nino that fueled California’s wet winter may persist through this coming fall, but in a weakened state.
RIVERSIDE ?(INT) ?With e-cigarettes rising in popularity especially among young people, a certain type is raising health concerns.
Omnitrans is marking the 5th anniversary of the sbX rapid transit bus line in San Bernardino. Over 3.4 million passengers have boarded the 60-foot articulated buses. (INT)
A Coachella woman has turned over ownership of 38 dogs seized at her residence last week. Deborah Culwell is suspected of tossing seven other newborn puppies into a dumpster. Six survived and are being cared for by a foster volunteer. (INT)
Drugs or alcohol may have figured in a motorist’s death Sunday night at Wildomar. Riverside County sheriff’s deputies said the victim’s car struck a street sign, a chain link fence and then slammed into a cinder block wall on Bundy Canyon Road. Killed was Brandon Brown, 23, of Murrieta. (INT)
Rialto police say that drugs and alcohol contributed to the deaths of two men whose bodies were found Saturday on East Jackson Street. They were identified as Gabriel Cruz, 52, and Jesus Ibarra, age 23. (INT)
Temecula officials announced Friday that after a 2-month campaign there are no known cannabis dispensaries operating in their city. Temecula does not license marijuana dispensaries. During the past 2-months, search warrants shut the doors of 16 illegal operations. (INT)
The Defense Department is considering the consolidation of Defense Media Activity (DMA) functions currently stationed at March Air Reserve Base to other parts of the country. It could result in the loss of hundreds of jobs for this area, Congressman Mark Takano said Wednesday. (INT)
More popular side roads in the San Bernardino National Forest are facing a prolonged closure in the wake of intense winter storms. The Forest Service says the closure of 22 miles of 1N09 between Highway 330 and Seven Oaks Road may last for a year. A similar closure has impacted Forest Road 1N45 (Santa Ana River Rd.) between Highway 38 and Glass Road in the Barton Flats area. Storm damage involves sink holes, mud and rock slides, cracked and undermined pavement and fallen trees. (INT)
An Escondido man survived an accident with his motorcycle only to be struck and killed while standing in a lane of traffic on the I-215 at Menifee. Richard Rios, 36, died at the scene in a construction zone early Saturday. (INT)
Homicide detectives are canvassing a Lake Elsinore neighborhood in hopes of gaining evidence in a man’s death Sunday. Investigators Monday arrested Victor Vega, 25, on suspicion of killing Brayan Guzman, 24, of Lake Elsinore. His body was found in the 200 block of W. Graham Ave. (INT)
In Moreno Valley, investigators have discounted impairment from drugs or alcohol in Sunday night’s death of a pedestrian. A woman was struck at Alessandro Boulevard and Day Street. (INT)
An Apple Valley tax preparer was convicted in federal court Thursday of filing false and fraudulent tax returns with the IRS as part of a scheme that illegally generated more than $1 million in refunds. Scott Douglas Cutting Sr., 69, who portrayed himself as a CPA despite his license expiring in 1989, prepared and filed tax returns and then had the refunds directly deposited into his own bank accounts. (INT)
Californians have a split opinion on charter schools, with roughly equal shares supporting and opposing them. And while most believe that parents in low-income areas should have the option of sending their children to charter schools, the Public Policy Institute found there is a high level of concern that charter schools take state funding away from traditional public schools. (INT)
The San Bernardino County Tax Collector’s office holds its annual online auction of tax-defaulted properties beginning May 11th through the 17th. This tax sale auction consists of more than 1,600 properties that have been tax-defaulted for five or more years, and will include both newly-offered and re-offered properties. Opening bids start as low as $1,000. (INT)