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|May 24, 2016|
California’s Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown endorsed state attorney general Kamala Harris’s bid for a U.S. Senate seat on Monday, solidifying her support among party leaders ahead of the state’s June 7 primary.
Sick of your roommate's annoying girlfriend? Tired of paying way too much for a crappy apartment? Maybe it's time to move back in with your parents. For the first time in 130 years, that's the most popular living arrangement among adults, aged 18 to 34, according to a new analysis.
At least 148 people have been killed in multiple attacks claimed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant group in areas controlled by the Syrian government, a monitoring group said.
As the race to succeed President Barack Obama rages around him, the man who currently sits in the Oval Office has hit his highest approval rating since his second inauguration, a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll shows.
SANTA MONICA – (INT) – There will be no debate between Democratic rivals Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders before the June 7th primary election.
SAN BERNARDINO – (INT) – Investigators say the victim of the city’s 28th homicide of the year had been assaulted and robbed and was chasing his assailants when he was shot and killed.
WASHINGTON – (INT) – Two Inland Empire congressmen are criticizing Veterans Affairs Secretary Bob McDonald for his remarks about wait times for vets seeking medical treatment.
BANNING – (INT) – A Superior Court jury has acquitted two former Indio police officers of allegedly using excessive force during an arrest in 2014.
SAN BERNARDINO – (INT) – Police say that Operation Safe Streets is getting results.
RIVERSIDE – (INT) – Thirty-seven Riverside County organizations will share nearly a half-million dollars in special funds.
HIGHLAND - (INT) - An investigation is underway into the cause of a bus accident on Route 330 that sent 21 people to local hospitals.
CORONA - (INT) - The 91 Project is about 70 percent complete, according to the latest estimates by project managers.
SAN BERNARDINO - (INT) - Once an All-American city, this bankrupt community has taken another black eye as the 'most dangerous' in California.
HOMELAND – (INT) - Riverside County fire investigators aren’t discussing any evidence in their arson case against a suspected ‘fire bug’.
BEAUMONT – (INT) – City leaders vow to restore confidence in their municipal government in the wake of corruption charges against seven former officials.
INLAND EMPIRE – (INT) – Students and graduates will be lining up summertime jobs, but there may be slim pickings.
SAN BERNARDINO – (INT) – County election officials have renewed the call for poll workers.
SAN BERNARDINO – (INT) – Police have deployed their first unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) at a crime scene investigation.
SAN BERNARDINO – (INT) – Surplus government food is being distributed throughout May. The food is provided without cost.
SOUTHLAND – (INT) – Southern Californians on the go for the Memorial Day weekend can expect a lot of company.
DAVIS – (INT) – Climate change is having an impact on trees in the high Sierra.
SOUTHLAND - (INT) - A chance of showers has now joined the regime of cool weather that dominates Southern California.
SACRAMENTO – (INT) – Falling gasoline prices will put a lot of pending transportation projects on the back burner.
LAS VEGAS - The stadium turned purple before Madonna appeared onstage at Sunday's Billboard Music Awards.
HOLLYWOOD - Moviegoers are flocking to see 'The Angry Birds Movie'.
WOODLAND HILLS - He once starred opposite a talking horse on television, but he also hosted an Emmy-winning variety show.
SACRAMENTO – (INT) – As a consequence of the drought, state water officials are moving toward regulations preventing overdrafting of groundwater basins.
The state drought rules that have forced communities to cut back water use up to 36 percent, leading to tight residential water restrictions in many parts of California, were scrapped Wednesday.
SAN FRANCISCO – (INT) - Income inequality is greater than before the Great Recession.
SAN DIEGO - (INT) - The Eastern Pacific hurricane season for 2016 is underway and it's getting a jump start.
SOUTHLAND - (INT) - Long-range forecasters are predicting La Nina’s dry weather influence is coming.
SOUTHLAND - (INT) - Strong earthquakes are almost a certainty in California in the next three decades, scientists are saying.
SACRAMENTO – (INT) - CalFire is staffing up for another fire season. CAL FIRE has already hired a surge of over 400 seasonal firefighters.
A small M3.5 earthquake centered in the mountains north of Rancho Cucamonga got the attention of some people Monday evening. It came amidst a series of unrelated mini-quakes near Idyllwild, Anza, Cabazon and Big Bear. (INT)
The 2016 edition of the San Bernardino County Fair is on a 10-day run through Memorial Day. Organizers say they are bringing back family favorites plus some new attractions at the County Fairgrounds in Victorville. (INT)
A hit-and-run motorist has killed yet another pedestrian in the Inland Empire. Ontario police said that Thomas Martinez, 50, died at the scene of the early morning mishap on Bon View Avenue. In Corona, a 15-year-old girl was killed late Sunday night on South Promenade Avenue. Traffic investigators believe that Kennadi Knighten purposely stepped into oncoming traffic. (INT)
A young man has been killed after jumping from a cliff at Aztec Falls near Lake Arrowhead. The coroner reports that Gary Ray Roberson, 28, of Castaic struck a rock and died later at the Wrrowhead Regional medical Center in Colton. (INT)
Caltrans has scheduled a community information meeting on plans for a raised curb median on Route 74 in the Hemet area. The $7.3 million project will extend from Acacia Avenue to the Ramona Expressway. More information will be discussed May 25th at 5pm at the Simpson Community Center. (INT)
The San Bernardino County Tax Collector’s office is holding its annual online auction of tax-defaulted properties. Approximately 4,000 properties have been tax-defaulted for five or more years. Some bids start as low as $900, and the highest bid wins. Tax information, maps, and other material is available for viewing online at www.MyTaxCollector.com. (INT)
First responders found a motorist dead Monday morning alongside Van Buren Boulevard in the Mira Loma area. The victim’s vehicle had crashed into a tree just north of Highway 60. Killed by the impact was Jacob Rock, 25, of Mira Loma. (INT)
The AQMD has issued a smoke advisory for communities in the East San Fernando Valley and the West San Gabriel Valley because of the Wheatland fire. It is burning in the Angeles National Forest between Pacoima and Sunland. (INT)
Prosecutors announced Monday that the police killing of a Highland man inside his vacation home at Needles last summer was justified. Jackie Brand had left a suicide note over despondency in his business. Sheriff’s deputies were performing a welfare check when they forceably entered his home at the River Palms Resort and encountered Brand pointing a gun at them. No deputies were injured. (INT)
There are two fewer mail thieves on the streets of Moreno Valley. When Michael Murillo, 30, and Priscilla DeLeon, 28, were stopped after a police chase, police recovered an abundant amount of stolen mail from their vehicle which had also been stolen. Murillo was on probation and Ms. DeLeon had four felony warrants for identity theft and possession of stolen property from previous crimes. (INT)
An auto-truck collision at a San Bernardino intersection claimed one life and injured two other people. Police are trying to determine which driver went through a red signal light at Sierra Way and 9th Street Wednesday morning. (INT)