May 4, 2015
TOP STORIES
KATHMANDU - Four more people have been rescued from rubble days after the devastating earthquake in Nepal, including a 101-year-old man.
California's cannabis trade has become a wild west of legitimate enterprises, outlaws and erratic enforcement.
LAS VEGAS - Floyd Mayweather Jr. has secured the title as the most dominant boxer of the era.
HAWTHORNE, CA - The fast-growing popularity of solar panels has intensified a central challenge: how to use the sun’s energy when it isn’t shining.
SACRAMENTO – (INT) – The last Sierra snow pack survey of the season has been cancelled because there is none to measure. Any snow remaining from the sparse winter storms has melted away leaving bare ground, according to the State Department of Water Resources.
SOUTHLAND - (INT) - Southern California is getting two chances at some rain this week.
INLAND EMPIRE - (INT) - Motorcycle accidents have taken a horrific toll across the inland region.
BANNING - (INT) - The Inland Empire's newest courthouse opens Monday.
INLAND EMPIRE - (INT) - A series of weekend traffic accidents across the inland region killed at least three people.

SACRAMENTO – (INT) - California’s population grew by 358,000 last year to surpass 38.7 million.
BEAUMONT - (INT) - An argument between a woman and her boyfriend had a tragic ending.

SAN BERNARDINO - (INT) – Former Colton police detective Wesley Bruhn is headed to prison after pleading guilty to stealing more than $165,000 from his own police union.
SANTA ANA – (INT) - Ten Chinese nationals who fled from the US have been charged with violating federal court orders to remain in this country during investigations into “Chinese maternity houses”.
SOUTHLAND - (INT) - Earthquakes Sunday got the attention of thousands of Californians.
HOLLYWOOD - When the Avengers assemble, audiences follow suit.
LOS ANGELES - The Clippers are now on their way to face the Houston Rockets in the second round of the NBA playoffs.

SACRAMENTO - California income tax collections in April exceeded Brown administration estimates by more than $1.6 billion.
LOS ANGELES – (INT) - The ACLU of California launched Mobile Justice CA, a free smart phone app allowing Californians to automatically record and submit cell phone videos to their ACLU affiliate.
SACRAMENTO – (INT) - The State Senate on Thursday approved SB 432 by Senator Tony Mendoza on a unanimous bipartisan vote of 34 to 0.
SACRAMENTO – (INT) - Governor Brown, meeting with mayors from across the state, announced he will propose legislation to help local officials better enforce conservation requirements.
San Bernardino police shot and wounded a parolee at the climax to a confrontation over the weekend. Police said that Arthur Felder, 28, was found to have been carrying a loaded handgun as he ran from an alley on North Meridian Avenue where he’d been loitering. Felder was treated for minor bullet wounds. (INT)

A Sunday afternoon wildfire scarred about 3-acres in the Gavilan Hills near Lake Mathews. A helicopter and two bulldozers helped curround the flames in an hour and and half. (INT)

Vote-by-mail ballots for the June 2nd municipal election in Riverside are going out to voters. They'll be in mailboxes by the end of the week. (INT)

A strike against those involved with guns and drugs has taken 92 people off the streets in Loma Linda, Grand Terrace and the unincorporated area around San Bernardino. Scores of law enforcement officers assigned to SMASH (San Bernardino County Movement Against Street Hoodlums) participated in the 9-hour operation. (INT)

Another hit-run mishap in Riverside County had a deadly outcome. A motorcyclist died Friday of injuries that occurred the day before in Mead Valley. The California Highway Patrol says the victim was hit by a yellow pickup truck that left the scene on Cajalco Road at Brown Street. (INT)

As part of the Interstate 215 Central project, a full closure of the northbound I-215 Redlands Avenue/4th Street on-ramp in Perris will be required. The ramp closure ends late night on Friday. (INT)

Recently appointed Riverside City Manager John Russo settles into his office this week. Russo comes from Alameda where he was city manager for nearly 4-years. He succeeds Scott Barber who retired from Riverside City Hall last December. (INT)

The nomination period opens Monday for the August 25th elections in seven Riverside County fire and water districts. Candidates have until May 29th to qualify. (INT)

A Yucaipa man is under arrest on suspicion of fatally stabbing his step-son. Taken into custody on suspicion of murder was David Bryant, 44. Slain at the climax to an argument was Kyle Yarnell, age 23. (INT)

The California Highway Patrol is looking for the hit-run driver who struck down two pedestrians, killing one near Homeland. The CHP recovered a black Mustang Friday involved in the incident just a few miles away. It appeared to veer directly at the two women as they walked along Sultanas Street late Wednesday night. Jennifer Campbell, 36, died at the scene and the other woman was taken to the Riverside County Medical Center with major injuries. (INT)

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