May 28, 2016
TOP STORIES
SAN DIEGO--Thousands of supporters and opponents of presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump faced off in front of the San Diego Convention Center Friday as the real estate magnate campaigned in San Diego for the first time.
SUITLAND, Md.--The federal government predicts a near-normal 2016 hurricane season for the Atlantic Basin, with four to eight hurricanes expected to form. Overall, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration forecasts 10 to 16 named tropical storms will develop in the region.
Honoring the memory of victims of the atomic bomb that fell on Hiroshima seven decades ago, U.S. President Barack Obama said the world has a shared responsibility to prevent the suffering that took place in the Japanese city from happening again.
A major U.S. government study on rats has found a link between cellphones and cancer, an explosive finding in the long-running debate about whether mobile phones cause health effects.
INLAND EMPIRE - (INT) - Police and fire agencies say they're at full force for the first big holiday of the season.
INLAND EMPIRE - (INT) - It's the first big holiday in three months and government offices and schools won't reopen until Tuesday.
SAN FRANCISCO - (INT) - Jobs and the economy top the list of 10 issues of biggest concern for most Californian voters.
HIGHLAND – (INT) – A Highland man and his two teenage sons are under arrest in connection with a man’s murder and the disposal of his body in a burning trash can.
RIVERSIDE – (INT) – The arraignment of all seven defendants in Beaumont’s corruption scandal has been postponed until later this summer.
SAN BERNARDINO - (INT) - Graduation season in the San Bernardino City Unified school District has been spread out over ten days.
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.
RIVERSIDE – (INT) – A 42-year-old parolee has been charged with four counts of arson stemming from a series of fires in Homeland last week.
SAN BERNARDINO – (INT) – Police say that Operation Safe Streets is getting results.
CORONA - (INT) - The 91 Project is about 70 percent complete, according to the latest estimates by project managers.
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) – Surplus government food is being distributed throughout May. The food is provided without cost.
SANTA MONICA--Ocean water quality at Southern California beaches is continuing to improve.
SOUTHLAND - (INT) - It’s a battle of the highs vs the lows. Troughs and ridges are swapping places to see which will rule Southern California’s weather.
SOUTHLAND – (INT) – Southern Californians on the go for the Memorial Day weekend can expect a lot of company.
LOS ANGELES - (INT) - Now that Lamar Odom has recovered from his near-death experience with drugs, Khloe Kardashian is going through with her divorce.
SAN FRANCISCO – (INT) – A new California survey puts Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders in a tighter race in the statewide presidential primary than many believe.
LOS ANGELES – (INT) – Former Los Angeles Lakers power forward Kermit Washington has been hit with a federal fraud indictment.
LOS ANGELES-- The city of Los Angeles will host Super Bowl LV in 2021, the National Football League announced Tuesday.
DAVIS – (INT) – Climate change is having an impact on trees in the high Sierra.
SACRAMENTO – (INT) – Falling gasoline prices will put a lot of pending transportation projects on the back burner.
HOLLYWOOD - Moviegoers are flocking to see 'The Angry Birds Movie'.
SAN DIEGO - (INT) - The Eastern Pacific hurricane season for 2016 is underway and it's getting a jump start.
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.
Murder and kidnapping charges are pending against a 23-year-old man for the fatal shooting of a relative at a residence in San Jacinto. Booked into the Southwest Justice Center was Bryan Anthony Waller of Apple Valley. (INT)

Riverside is scaling back its summer events and recreation program because of a city budget shortfall. Cancelled is the La Sierra Park 4th of July fireworks show, the Family Fishing Derby at Fairmount Park and closure of the Arlington swimming pool on July 1st. (INT)

About a dozen stores at The Shoppes in Chino Hills were evacuated Friday because of a gas leak. A construction company crew accidentally severed an underground gas line. (INT)

Winchester Road in Temecula was the scene of the Inland Empire’s latest motorcycle fatality. A 26-year-old man from Valley Village was killed when he struck as pedestrian in a crosswalk and then crashed into a sedan. Motorcycle mishaps across the IE since the beginning of the year have claimed thirty lives. (INT)

The step-son of a man found fatally stabbed inside a vehicle in Highland has been arrested. Gabriel Lizarraga, 27, is facing a murder arraignment for the death of Juan Anthony Carreno, age 58. (INT)

A State Assembly version of Governor Brown’s proposed budget put the accent on a stronger middle class. Architects of the proposed compromise make building robust reserves the number one priority, while also making targeted new improvements to fight poverty, improve early education, expand access to higher education, and to benefit affordable housing. (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)

Early voters can head for the mall this weekend. Three in Riverside County will be set up for balloting through Sunday. They will be open from 10am to 4pm at the Galleria at Tyler in Riverside, the Promenade in Temecula and at the Westfield mall in Palm Desert. Early voting is also available at the County Registrar of Voters offices in Riverside and San Bernardino and beginnijng May 31, at the Ontario Conference Center and Victorville City Hall. Those ballots will be among the first counted on Election night. Meantime, Tuesday is the last day to request a vote-by-mail ballot for the June 7th primary election. (INT)

Actor Mark Wayne Salling was charged Friday with receiving and possessing child pornography on his laptop computer. Salling, 33, of Shadow Hills, who is best known for his role as Noah Puckerman on the television show “Glee,” was named in a two-count indictment returned by a federal grand jury in Los Angeles. (INT)

A disabled man in a wheelchair has been struck and killed while riding along an Apple Valley street late at night. The 53-year-old victim was not on a sidewalk and couldn’t be seen by the motorist who struck him. (INT)

Two women who’d pulled onto the shoulder of the 210 freeway in Redlands were killed Wednesday when their car was rammed by a large pickup truck. California Highway Patrol investigators are trying to determine why Shawn Mckernan, 28, of Highland drove onto the shoulder causing the crash. Mckernan was not hurt. Names of the women were not immediately released. (INT)

Riverside police have exposed the short-comings of some big rigs plying city streets. Fifty-six trucks passed through a checkpoint Wednesday in the Box Springs Industrial Park. Seven were found unsafe to drive and immediately sidelined, ten had brake violations and 21 citations were issued. (INT)

Benefits provided to members of the Moreno Valley City Council have been adjusted which were incorrectly calculated in 2007. The correction does not affect the monthly compensation paid to members of the City Council which remains at $1,101. (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)

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