March 29, 2017
TOP STORIES
An advocacy group is suing the Department of Homeland Security to release details about every time U.S. border officers have searched travelers' electronic devices over the past five years.
The White House took a major swipe at President Barack Obama's climate change legacy on Tuesday with the signing of an executive order on energy independence. The order asks the Environmental Protection Agency to review Obama's Clean Power Plan.
SAN FRANCISCO--Wells Fargo & Co. reached a $110 million settlement with customers nationwide over claims its employees set up fraudulent accounts to boost their own pay.
PENTAGON--The commander of American forces in Iraq says the U.S. military likely played a role in an airstrike in Mosul, an attack March 17 that witnesses said killed about 100 civilians.
MORENO VALLEY – (INT) – A second pedestrian has been killed the same day in this city and hit-and-run drivers are suspected.
SAN BERNARDINO - A Moreno Valley man was sentenced Tuesday for the shooting death of 4-year-old Daniel Munoz of Highland.
OAK GLEN – (INT) – A health services investigation is being stepped up into the cause of a sickness that swept through the Oak Glen Christian Camp.
VICTORVILLE – (INT) – A Nicaraguan national, who had once been deported back to his native country, has hanged himself.
JOSHUA TREE – (INT) – The coroner has disclosed the death of a hiker at the Joshua Tree National Park last weekend.
Doctors are among the highest-paid and most educated professionals in the U.S. and yet many find California is not the best state to work.
CORONA - (INT) – A dedication ceremony Friday will mark completion of the upgrades to the Route 91 freeway.
FONTANA – (INT) - Officials from Auto Club Speedway and the Automobile Club of Southern California have announced a multi-year race entitlement extension for the Auto Club 400.
SAN BERNARDINO – (INT) – Domestic violence figures in the city’s latest homicide.
LOS ANGELES - (INT) – An Adelanto father and son have been indicted in a string of thefts from moving mail trucks.
INLAND EMPIRE – (INT) – A gain of 9,000 jobs in February has helped to lower the Inland Empire’s jobless rate to near the California average.
SAN BERNARDINO – (INT) – San Bernardino County’s Area 909 telephone dialing code once included a large portion of the Inland Empire, but it’s running out of numbers.
INLAND EMPIRE – (INT) - California’s bloom of wildflowers is especially rich this year, the result of more rain than usual.
CAJON PASS – (INT) – Caltrans says it will be mid-April before repairs are complete on a section of Interstate 15 in Cajon Pass that collapsed during a fierce rainstorm.
SAN BERNARDINO – (INT) – Surplus government food is being distributed throughout the month. The food is provided without cost.
SOUTHLAND – (INT) - Scientists predict that with limited human intervention, 31 to 67 percent of Southern California beaches may become completely eroded by the year 2100.
SOUTHLAND - (INT) - Another spring windstorm may be brewing on the heels of another that blasted parts of Southern California Tuesday.
LOS ANGELES – (INT) – The leader of a crew of bank burglars is headed to prison.
The Oakland Raiders will soon be no more.
HOLLYWOOD - Nostalgia works in mysterious ways at the box office.
SACRAMENTO--Corrections officials adopted new criminal sentencing rules on Friday that aim to trim California's prison population by 9,500 inmates after four years.
SOUTHLAND – (INT) – Southern California motorists are getting a little relief after the latest run-up in gasoline prices.
RIVERSIDE - Astronomers have taken us a step closer to better understand the formation and destruction mechanisms of dust molecules in the distant universe.
Cal State's decision to raise student tuition will amount to about 5%, or about $270 for in-state students.
A powerful magnitude 7.0 earthquake or greater could abruptly send the Seal Beach wetlands plummeting by three feet.
LAGUNA BEACH - (INT) - Few probably knew that in 1971 Warren Buffett purchased a house in Laguna Beach for $150,000.
SAN FRANCISCO - (INT) - Consumers with the best credit scores tend to live in cities with the highest financial rankings.
California exports more than commodities such as movies, new technologies and produce. It also exports truck drivers, cooks and cashiers.
Improving passenger use of Ontario International Airport is gaining traction. New figures show passenger volume last month was up 5.6% compared to February 2016. So far this year, domestic passenger traffic jumped 7.6 percent. International passenger traffic declined 7.9 percent. (INT)

A body pulled Monday from the California Aqueduct at Hesperia has been identified. Circumstances surrounding the death of Alfonzo Mercado, 38, of Phelan are being investigated. (INT)

A motorcyclist was killed in Corona Monday when a truck pulled into his path on West 6th Street. The coroner identified the victim as Rudy Villarreal, Jr., 35, of San Bernardino. It was the fifth motorcycle fatality in the Inland Empire in a little over two weeks. Meantime, a motorcyclist killed in San Bernardino over the weekend has been identified as Jesse Hibbler, age 49. (INT)

Some commuters on Metrolink’s San Bernardino Line are in for some inconvenience. The San Bernardino and Rialto stations are closed because of work to extend Metrolink service to the downtown San Bernardino transit hub. Buses are filling in to-and-from San Bernardino and Rialto for passengers connecting to Metrolink trains. Regular service on the San Bernardino Line is planned to resume on April 16th. (INT)

Constructing a hoverboard. Proven strategies for successfully flipping water bottles. Analyzing door knob germs These are some of the hundreds of topics that young scientists in Riverside County will be exploring with their science experiments. It unfolds at the Riverside County Science & Engineering Fair Tuesday and Wednesday at the Riverside Convention Center. (INT)

The latest tab on San Bernardino County's homeless puts the number at 1,866. This includes individuals who were staying in a shelter, transitional housing, or were unsheltered. The previous count completed a year ago was only slightly higher by about 1 percent. (INT)

Bishop Gerald Barnes is celebrating his 25th year as head of the San Bernardino Catholic Diocese. Bishop Barnes was appointed in 1995 to succeed Phillip Straling, the first auxiliary bishop of the diocese. (INT)

Caltrans is shifting into high gear repair and clean-up from the winter storms in the San Bernardino Mountains. A rock fall barrier is being repaired this week on Highway 18 near Crestline. (INT)

San Bernardino County District Attorney Mike Ramos met with Attorney General Jeff Sessions Tuesday to push public safety and victims' rights. According to Ramos, the joint effort has become even more necessary following the terrorist attack in San Bernardino and similar attacks across the nation. Ramos is president of the National District Attorneys Association. (INT)

In Victorville, violence between two roommates has sent one to jail and the other to the morgue. Investigators allege that Quinton Robison, 23, inflicted blunt force trauma on Adam Lagasse, age 24. They say the motive for the attack is unknown. (INT)

Homicides in Indio and Desert Hot Springs have claimed two lives. The Riverside County coroner identified the victims as 16-year-old Elian Lopez of Indio and Freddy Morales, 21, of Cathedral City. Local authorities continue their investigations. (INT)

Plans to build a transit hub at Temecula’s Promenade Mall have taken a step forward. The Riverside Transit Agency's Board of Directors approved an agreement with the mall’s management company to proceed with the architectural, design and construction phases of the project. (INT)

Two women found dead last Thursday in a Twentynine Palms home were victims of a double homicide. They have been identified as Christy McKissic, 32, and Renee Metcalf, 62, both of Twentynine Palms. A 10-year-old child in the same house was uninjured. (INT)

Caltrans is closing a stretch of 2-lane Route 138 east of the I-15 in the Cajon Pass until about April 4th to complete pavement realignment work. The $23 million project is aimed at removing several curves and steep grades, rebuilding the shoulders, three bridges and several wildlife crossings. (INT)

Visitors to Knott’s Berry Farm are taking their last rides on the Boomerang. The 27-year-old roller coaster shuts down April 23rd. Boomerang has taken thrill-seekers on a wild two minute ride forward and backwards on its 875-foot track. (INT)

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