March 27, 2015
TOP STORIES
The co-pilot of the crashed Germanwings plane appears to have "intentionally" brought the plane down while his captain was locked out of the cockpit and banging to be let back in, prosecutors said Thursday.
A National Guard soldier and his cousin have been arrested in Illinois for attempting to join the Islamic State of Iraq and greater Syria (ISIS), the Department of Justice announced Thursday.
WASHINGTON--For years, Drug Enforcement Administration agents posted abroad engaged in sex parties involving prostitutes who were supplied by local drug cartels, a Justice Department review found Thursday.
INLAND EMPIRE - (INT) - The latest U.S. Census Bureau population estimates rank Riverside County as the tenth largest county in the nation.
ONTARIO - (INT) - Detectives arrested Wednesday 36-year-old Eliseo Delgado and 24-year-old Michael Vizcarra both of Corona, for several counts of theft by false pretenses and foreclosure rescue fraud.
SAN BERNARDINO – (INT) - The ACLU SoCal asked a court Thursday to order the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department to hand over documents spelling out its policies and practices for using Tasers
WASHINGTON – (INT) – Two local Congressmen are offering differing views on the Republican-led passage Wednesday of a budget for the fiscal year 2016.
SAN BERNARDINO - The search for a missing college student was costly and based on false information given to investigators, the city's police chief said in a video posted online Thursday.
SAN FRANCISCO – (INT) – Most Californians say the supply of water in their part of the state is a big problem.
APPLE VALLEY - (INT) - On Tuesday, a caller requested a welfare check on an elderly couple and their adult son at the Waco Court residence.
ONTARIO - (INT) - LA/Ontario International Airport announced Wednesday that Aeromexico will add roundtrip service four times a week to Mexico City.
SOUTHLAND - (INT) - Intense high pressure will maximize the heat through Friday before relaxing slightly for the weekend.
SACRAMENTO – (INT) – The California Department of Fish and Wildlife has weighed in on the recreational marijuana debate.
LOS ANGELES - (INT) - Attorney General Kamala D. Harris issued the following statement on her decision to file an action for declaratory relief seeking judicial authorization to not issue a title and summary for the so-called Sodomite Suppression Act.
LOS ANGELES - (INT) - EPA released its seventh-annual list of the top 25 U.S. metropolitan areas with the most Energy Star certified buildings in 2014.
LOS ANGELES - George Fischbeck, longtime Los Angeles-based weatherman working for KABC, has died, the TV station reported Wednesday.
HOLLYWOOD - Angelina Jolie has had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed after tests indicated possible signs of cancer.
HOLLYWOOD - 'The Divergent Series: Insurgent' showed franchise staying power, topping the box office this week.
The State Assembly Thursday approved a package of emergency drought relief bills. Those would provide over $1 billion in funds to alleviate problems caused by the drought and reinforce local water infrastructure. The bills now go to Governor Brown for his signature. (INT)

A commercial structure fire at the Springhill Suites Hotel in Hesperia was reported Wednesday. Smoke was coming from a second story window of the three story hotel. Firefighters directed evacuations of approximately 20 guests and workers. An air conditioning unit was the source of the fire that was quickly extinguished. One person suffered mild smoke inhalation. (INT)

As part of the Devore Interchange Project, a new split location for southbound I-15/I-215 will be in place on Sunday, March 29, and begin north of the Kenwood Avenue off-ramp. This is about one mile before the current split location. (INT)

Riverside County firefighters were on scene of a multi vehicle traffic collision Wednesday with entrapment and fire involving four vehicles on the Ramona Expressway near Hanson Avenue in Lakeview. One person was killed and five others hurt. (INT)

Riverside police ticketed several drivers Wednesday for trying to beat trains through grade crossings. The total of 80 citations included distracted driving and trespassing violations. Three vehicles were impounded because the drivers had suspended licenses. (INT)

SmartRiverside is discontinuing the e-waste collection portion of its fundraising effort. Funding will continue to be provided by grants, donations and SmartRiverside’s annual golf tournament. (INT)

An unknown woman visited the Target and Wal-Mart shopping centers in Apple Valley, and Victorville, between March 13 -15. The suspect used a fraudulently obtained Discover card to purchase over $2000.00 in Visa gift cards. The victim had over $15,000 fraudulently charged on his Discover line of credit. (INT)

Registered nurses who work at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (ARMC) and other San Bernardino County health facilities voted by 93 percent Wednesday to ratify a new collective bargaining agreement intended to strengthen the County’s healthcare system and improve patient care. (INT)

Fifteen people have been displaced in the wake of a fire at an Indio apartment complex, but no one was hurt. Seven units of the Andorra Apartments were damaged. The cause of Wednesday’s fire is under investigation. (INT)

A proposed Rialto flood control protection project is moving ahead. San Bernardino County Supervisors are the latest to join in funding the $26.2 million project. It will contain flood waters flowing into five basins. (INT)

AeroMexico is stepping up its service between Ontario International Airport and Mexico City. Beginning April 8th, it will add four roundtrips a week. AeroMexico currently offers flights between Ontario and Guadalajara. (INT)

Palm Springs Fire Chief John Allen has resigned citing personal family matters. Retired former Chief Blake Goetz took over this week as interim chief. (INT)

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