Authorities were in pursuit of a reported murder suspect in the Inland Empire Friday evening. The pursuit reportedly began in San Bernardino before the suspect led authorities through Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga and Pomona via the westbound 10 Freeway. It wasn't immediately known what prompted San Bernardino area law enforcement to engage in pursuit with the suspect, who was driving a blue Chevrolet Silverado.At around 9:55 p.m., the suspect yielded to pursuing officers near the Fairplex in Pomona. The suspect was said to be in custody just before 11 p.m. As authorities conducted an investigation, all lanes of the westbound 10 Freeway were closed to traffic until around 10:30 p.m., when one lanes was opened.
Authorities are investigating after a US Bank branch in Redlands was robbed Friday afternoon. The robbery happened around 12:30 p.m. at the bank branch located at 640 Orange Street. According to the Redlands Police Department, a man approached a teller with a handwritten note and demanded money. The teller complied and gave the man an […]
A man was arrested on suspicion of carjacking a truck then running over the 65-year-old owner of the vehicle in the parking lot of the Walmart Supercenter in Hesperia. Isiah DeLeon, 29, of Hesperia remained at the High Desert Detention Center in Adelanto on Friday, with bail set at $250,000, booking records show.
After celebrating for a month after being notified that they won the St. Jude Dream Home, Jose Gonzalez and Mary Gonzalez of La Quinta saw their home for the first time. Jose said, "brings chills, you know, and it's just unimaginable to win a home like this". The Gonzalez family walked through the doors for the The post St. Jude Dream Home winners see their Desert Hot Springs Home for the 1st time appeared first on KESQ.
LOS ANGELES – A man and a woman were in custody Friday in connection with a shooting on the northbound Harbor (110) Freeway that left a man hospitalized. The shooting was reported about 9:35 a.m. Wednesday just south of the Gardena (91) Freeway, according to the California Highway Patrol.
APPLE VALLEY, Calif. (VVNG.com) — A pick-up truck driver was killed after crashing into a large boulder Thursday afternoon in the Town of Apple Valley. The single-vehicle traffic collision was reported at 5:00 pm, on May 19, 2022, along State Route 18 near Bear Valley Road an area commonly referred to by locals as “dead man’s point”.
UPDATE 5/20 @ 10:50 am — Officials released an update on Friday morning and said the suspect sought in the carjacking was arrested and identified as Isiah DeLeon, 29, a resident of Hesperia. According to the update, the victim’s vehicle, a 2001 Chevy 3500 truck was found abandoned near...
A letter from the Apple Valley Unified Teachers Association to colleagues alleges that over the last four years, its former chapter president pocketed nearly $225,000 from the organization. Following the announcement, the Apple Valley Unified School District told the Daily Press that the AVUTA funds are not under AVUSD authority and are subject...
The Central Elementary School community in Banning suffered a shock Wednesday morning, May 18, which went on lockdown after a teacher reportedly attempted suicide. The incident occurred before school started, and did not happen in front of students. Students reported seeing blood and yellow tape cordoning off the hallway by...
It’s not happening in Palm Springs, but a bit of nearby activity will certainly impact local drivers – in a good way. Driving the news: Truck lanes that safely separate big rigs from other vehicles going through the Badlands between Beaumont and Moreno Valley opened on Friday on both sides of State Route 60, following nearly three years of work that involved a series of upgrades.
Yucca Valley’s Recreation Department offers an acrylic paint pouring workshop led by the Open Art Studio Instructor, Beverly Schmuckle. Artist Beverly Schmuckle will lead participants through step-by-step instructions to create two acrylic paintings. Participants must be over 18, and all skill levels are welcome. The class is on June 11 from 12:00 to 2:00. The fee is $35 and materials included. Preregistration is required. Register online at www.yucca-valley.org or at the community services office in the Community Center, Cholla Room, 57090 29 Palms Highway, open Monday through Thursday, from 9:00 to 2:00. Space is limited.
A Yucca Valley man and Temecula woman were arrested for possessing illegal guns, drugs, and stolen packages in Rancho Mirage. Riverside County Sheriff's deputies stopped the pair Wednesday afternoon. Their silver mini van matched the description of a vehicle used in recent porch thefts. Deputies executed a search warrant on the vehicle and said they The post Yucca Valley man, Temecula woman arrested for theft, drugs, and gun charges appeared first on KESQ.
This lovely 2- story 2-bedroom, 1-bath home is a tremendous investment property, full-time or part-time home. The entry area features a game room entering into a great living room with a rock fireplace, Rinnai heater, and room for everyone. The kitchen is complete with stainless steel appliances and allows access into the separate laundry room which is being used as another sleeping area. Both bedrooms upstairs are spacious with generous closets. There is a fenced backyard and the property has been well maintained. Great location in a great neighborhood, close to the trails at the top of Sugarloaf! Minutes to the Big Bear Lake shopping, restaurants, and all the attractions of Big Bear Lake.
Welcome to the Desert Hot Springs Spa Hotel, a classic example of mid-century modern architecture nestled in the ascent of Desert Hot Springs. Being a historical landmark to the city and its use of natural mineral waters, we offer a calming retreat, year-round sun, and clear blue skies. Conveniently located near local attractions such as the Joshua Tree National Preserve, Mission Creek Preserve, and Big Morongo Canyon Preserve, those for a taste of the outdoors have plenty to explore.
APPLE VALLEY, Calif. (VVNG.com) — The Town of Apple Valley announced the availability of an early voting site and a mail-in drop box location for voters participating in the upcoming State of California Primary Election. The early voting site will take place from May 31 – June 6 between...
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05.17.2022 | 1:31 PM | REDLANDS – California Highway Patrol responded to a two vehicle traffic collision with one person trapped. Per CHP a silver Toyota was traveling on San Timoteo Road and was trying to pass a vehicle over a double yellow line. As it approached a turn in the road a truck pulling a box trailer was approaching and the Toyota tried to get back into its lane when it side swiped the vehicle that it was trying to pass. At that time the car went sideways and the truck heading in the opposite direction hit it on the driver side door killing the driver. The truck lost part of its axel in the accident. At this time alcohol IS considered to be a factor in the accident, as an empty 12 pack of beer was found in the vehicle. The driver of the truck was transported by ground to a local area hospital in an unknown condition. CHP is currently investigating the accident and San Timoteo road will be closed for the duration. No more details are available at this time. For licensing, contact email@example.com Follow our other platforms! IG – https://www.instagram.com/onscenetv/?hl=en FB – https://www.facebook.com/onscenetv/
Crafton Hills College transferring student Jose Aaron Rosales is packing his bags and heading to Harvard in the fall. The Rialto resident received the news via email on March 31 while he was having dinner with family at a Texas roadhouse. “It was such a hard week after burying my...