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Brush fire in Jurupa Valley burns 110 acres; forward progress stopped

A wind-driven brush fire burning in Riverside County caused mandatory evacuations for some residents in Jurupa Valley Saturday afternoon. The fire was first reported around 3:50 p.m. as it burned in a riverbed near the intersection of Indian Camp Road and Candle Light Drive. Pushed by strong winds, the fire eventually grew beyond the riverbed […]
JURUPA VALLEY, CA
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FENTANYL EMPIRE: THE INLAND EMPIRE’S LATEST DRUG CRISIS

Fentanyl, a drug that has been running rampant within the United States, is becoming a serious issue within the Inland Empire. The region that once was called “The Meth Capital of the World” now fears that fentanyl will cause another drug epidemic. Riverside City College Viewpoints journalists, in partnership with California Humanities through the Democracy and Informed Citizen Emerging Journalist Fellowship Program, looked to answer three questions: 1) How is the drug entering the region? 2) What does fentanyl do to a person who consumes it? 3) What solutions does the Inland Empire have?
RIVERSIDE, CA
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A more permanent, temporary homeless shelter is shaping up in Banning

Banning has installed fencing around the area that will soon become the Opportunity Village Shelter, which will replace the Ramsey Street Village homeless shelter that was destroyed by a fire in January 2021. Forty people were displaced when 19 of 20 housing pods burned down, and one other was severely...
BANNING, CA
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Car Crashes Into Light Pole, Sparking Small Brush Fire On The 215 Interchange

SAN BERNARDINO, CA. (Pain In The Pass) >> The California Highway Patrol and the City of Colton Fire Department responded to a single vehicle crash on Saturday, June 25, 2022. According to CHP, the car crash was on the transition ramp from southbound Interstate 215 to eastbound I-10 at 3:44pm Saturday afternoon. The solo vehicle that hit the light pole was a black sedan maybe a black Lexus.
COLTON, CA
Fontana Herald News

Rallies in favor of abortion rights are held in Inland Empire

People in favor of abortion rights participated in rallies and marches in the Inland Empire on the evening of June 24, following the news earlier in the day that the Supreme Court had overturned the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. Hundreds of persons gathered at Redlands City Hall for a...
SAN BERNARDINO, CA
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Summer heat: Valleys, mountains could see temps in low-100s Monday

LOS ANGELES - Summer officially came back on Tuesday, and Southern California is already feeling the summer heat. It's hot this weekend in Los Angeles, and it won't be letting up until well into next week, according to the National Weather Service. This heat wave is expected to last through...
LOS ANGELES, CA
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Trio accused in Cabazon outlets deadly robbery of Palm Springs man arraigned in court

Twin 19-year-old brothers accused with an 18-year-old in a robbery that culminated in the shooting death of a 66-year-old shopper at the Desert Hills Premium Outlets in Cabazon pled not guilty to murder and robbery charges Friday morning. Emanuel Rick Burt and Elijah Ray Burt, of Victorville, were extradited to Riverside County last month from The post Trio accused in Cabazon outlets deadly robbery of Palm Springs man arraigned in court appeared first on KESQ.
CABAZON, CA
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Dancing event is planned in Fontana on June 28

If you love dancing, then the City of Fontana is welcoming you to attend a new summer event at Center Stage Theater. Dance Fontana will be held on Tuesday, June 28 from 7 to 11 p.m. and will pay tribute to the music of “Ladies of Pop.”. The cost...
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WEATHER UPDATE: Heat advisory is announced for Fontana

A heat advisory has been announced for Sunday, June 26 and Monday, June 27 in Fontana, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures will soar above 100 degrees on those two days before dropping down slightly into the 90s later in the week. Here is the forecast:. Sunday, June 26...
FONTANA, CA

Suspect wanted for fatal shooting of couple in Hollywood arrested in Hesperia

Authorities on Wednesday arrested a 32-year-old suspect in Hesperia who was wanted in connection with the shooting death of a couple in Hollywood. Marvin Francell Williams was arrested on a no-bail murder warrant in the fatal shooting of 40-year-old Ajani Patridge of Los Angeles and 35-year-old Nadia Campbell of Hollywood, Los Angeles Police Department officials said.
HESPERIA, CA
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California city councilman found guilty of bribery, arson

A federal jury determined a former Adelanto city councilman accepted a $10,000 cash bribe for a vote regarding marijuana regulations and then hired a man to burn down his restaurant so he could fraudulently collect hundreds of thousands of dollars in insurance proceeds, the Justice Department announced Thursday. Jermaine Wright,...
ADELANTO, CA
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Popular donut chain to locate in MoVal

Dunkin’, the coffee and donut chain, has leased space in Moreno Valley. The company will occupy a 2,062 square-foot drive-thru in Iris Plaza at 16170 Perris Blvd., according to Progressive Real Estate Partners in Rancho Cucamonga, which helped negotiate the lease. The franchisee, whose name was not released, operates...
MORENO VALLEY, CA
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Beaumont seeks answers for several-hour train delay

Beaumont seeks answers as to why three thoroughfares along the railroad tracks became part of a giant traffic jam as Union Pacific offered no insight as to why one of their trains sat immobile for more than six hours on Wednesday of last week. A stationary 3-mile-long train stretched from...
BEAUMONT, CA

Report on Turpin children care investigation expected to be presented in July

The long-awaited report detailing the findings of an investigation into the county's care of the Turpin siblings is scheduled to be presented next month, officials confirmed on Friday. In Jan. 2018, authorities discovered that the 12 of the 13 Turpin siblings were shackled, starved, and physically abused by their parents, David Allen Turpin, 59, and Louise Ann The post Report on Turpin children care investigation expected to be presented in July appeared first on KESQ.
PERRIS, CA
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