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|September 26, 2017|
WASHINGTON - An Obamacare overhaul bill would reduce the federal spending by $133 billion over the next decade, however, the CBO also found that millions of people could lose comprehensive health insurance that covers high-cost medical events over the same period.
North Korea's foreign minister said Monday that President Trump has declared war on the reclusive nation and that Pyongyang has the right to shoot down U.S. military aircraft.
The Trump administration’s private email use, now the subject of a congressional investigation, is a family affair. Ivanka Trump used a private email for White House work, according to a report the day after her husband Jared Kushner was revealed to be using his own account for official business.
A future cup of coffee in California could give you jitters before you even take a sip. A nonprofit group wants coffee manufacturers, distributors and retailers to post ominous warnings about a cancer-causing chemical stewing in every brew.
President Donald Trump has expanded his controversial travel ban to include people from North Korea, Venezuela and Chad, citing security concerns. The new, open-ended restrictions follow a review of information sharing by other countries, the White House said.
CORONA – (INT) – Erratic winds and rough terrain are preventing early control of the Canyon Fire.
INLAND EMPIRE - (INT) - The season’s first bout of Santa Ana winds continues to build and is not predicted to peak until Wednesday.
INLAND EMPIRE – (INT) – Two pedestrians are dead, victims of hit-and-run drivers in Rialto and San Bernardino.
PERRIS – (INT) – Two men are headed to jail for 5-days for refusing to get the message about illegal marijuana dispensaries.
RIVERSIDE – (INT) – A 27-member urban search and rescue team left Saturday evening from March Air Reserve Base (MARB) for hurricane-stricken Puerto Rico.
SAN BERNARDINO – (INT) – Times are changing the perception residents have of their county and it seems to be for the better.
RIVERSIDE – (INT) – An intoxicated driver is likely to face several charges for causing a deadly crash Wednesday that killed an innocent motorist.
SAN BERNARDINO – (INT) – A surge in sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) has made chlamydia and gonorrhea two of the top-3 most-reported diseases.
INLAND EMPIRE – (INT) – New and previously lived in homes are now selling at their highest prices in at least ten years.
PINE COVE – (INT) - A Mead Valley man has been accused of stealing massive amounts of water to operate a clandestine marijuana farm in the San Jacinto Mountains.
RIVERSIDE – (INT) – Police are appealing for public help in identifying the killers of an ATM customer outside a local bank.
JOSHUA TREE – (INT) – A $10,000 reward is being offered in the disappearance of a young couple in the Joshua Tree National Park.
SACRAMENTO – (INT) - Hundreds of bills are on Governor Jerry Brown’s desk.
HOLLYWOOD - “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” is leading the box office.
SACRAMENTO – (INT) – California Attorney General Xavier Becerra says he’s “not looking to pick a fight, But if Trump is trying to get in our way, that’s when we go at it.”
CORONA DEL MAR - There’s a growing threat along Southern California’s coastline, and officials want to arm themselves with advanced technology that could save lives.
SAN FRANCISCO – (INT) – The latest numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) show the salary gap between men and woman is California is narrowing.
LOS ANGELES--This week’s deadly earthquake in Mexico has many Californians asking: What will happen when the proverbial "big one" hits?
SOUTHLAND – (INT) – The highest gasoline prices of the year appear to be easing and should continue a decline.
SOUTHLAND – (INT) – As summer winds down, seasonal changes will become more apparent.
SOUTHLAND – (INT) – Climatologists are now leaning toward a La Nina winter for California which would not likely bring a repeat of last winter’s generous rain and snowfall.
RIVERSIDE – (INT) - Corporate wellness programs have been shown to save companies money by reducing absenteeism and health insurance costs.
A multi-vehicle crash on the 210 freeway Monday in Rancho Cucamonga claimed one life. Sergio Armando Uriarte, 30, of Colton was injured in the westbound lanes west of Etiwanda Avenue. (INT)
A Sunday afternoon shooting in Moreno Valley left a man dead and another being questioned. Investigators said Monday that an individual returned to the scene on Camino Castillo, gave a statement and cooperated. There have been no arrests. Names of those involved were not released.
Passenger traffic at Ontario International Airport was up a solid 7-percent for the first eight months of the year. The increase in the volume of air cargo was twice that, according to figures released Wednesday. (INT)
Investigators say a woman found dead at the side of a Perris road was the victim of a traffic mishap. The incident appears to have happened on Goetz Road. The 36-year-old victim was identified Saturday as Michelle Wright of Perris. (INT)
An Ontario man has died when a tunnel he was digging in his backyard collapsed. Police said the 65-year-old victim had been trying to recover some rocks. (INT)
The long arm of the law reached into Los Angeles County to arrest four men suspected of breaking into a Palm Springs pharmacy and stealing a large quantity of prescription drugs. A gold Cadillac stopped by police in West Covina matched the description of a vehicle seen leaving the pharmacy just 2-hours earlier. The quartet is behind bars and the drugs were recovered. (INT)
Beaumont is moving ahead with a 5-year project to redesign and improve the Pennsylvania Avenue Interchange at the I-10. The first two phases will include expanding the existing interchange to include a new eastbound off-ramp and westbound on-ramp. The last phase of the project will include the construction of a grade separation. The project will alleviate traffic for Pass Area residents and patrons of local businesses. (INT)
Investigators at Hesperia are trying to determine circumstances in the discovery of a body in the California Aqueduct. A sheriff’s dive team recovered the body about 15 minutes after it was report Thursday east of Los Flores Road and Summit Valley Road. The coroner identified the victim Monday as Angel Negrete Garcia, 19, of Victorville. (INT)
A bicyclist has been struck and killed in the middle of the night in Wildomar. Edward Carrothers, 57, was riding on Mission Trail when the incident happened early Sunday, according to CalFire. (INT)
A no-parole prison term has been handed to a Rancho Cucamonga man who pleaded guilty to gunning down a security guard. Diego Dominguez, Jr., 39, was captured just nine hours after Dean Sena was shot while responding to a robbery at a Rancho Cucamonga mini-mart in February 2014. Sena was slain when he confronted Dominguez as he fled. Video surveillance led to Dominguez’ arrest. (INT)
A motorcyclist from Perris has lost his life in a head-on collision in Reche Canyon on the outskirts of Colton. The coroner reported that three vehicles were involved in the Friday evening crash that claimed the life of Steven Jarrell, age 59. Police said one of the motorists involved in the crash fled into Reche Canyon and had not been located, at last report. (INT)
Caltrans has installed three new ramp meter signals on Interstate 15 at Baseline Avenue in Rancho Cucamonga and Fontana. They will become fully functional on October 9th. (INT)
It’s the year 5778 on the Jewish calendar. Rosh Hashanah is underway, a time for reflection and resolve to change. Rosh Hashanah also commences a 10-day period of penitence and contemplation leading to Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, Judiaism’s most solemn and somber day on September 30th. (INT)
A revolution is underway in retailing as online sales are taking about 50% of the incremental growth. Store closings will approach 9000 this year more than quadruple the 2000 reported as recently as 2013, the UCLA Anderson School predicts. The grocery sector, once thought to be immune from online competition, is shifting to omni-channel distribution and offering more experiential opportunities for shoppers, according to UCLA. (INT)