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S Maximilian Lesueuer Killed in Car Crash at Kansas Street [Redlands, CA]

50-Year-Old Victim Dead after Auto Collision on Redlands Boulevard. The incident happened around 12:11 p.m., along Kansas Street and Redlands Boulevard on July 26th. However, the events leading up to the collision remain unclear. Eventually, officers arrived and located one severely injured victim. Authorities later pronounced Lesueuer, of San Bernardino...
Bakersfield Now

2 Highland High School goats stolen

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KBAK/FOX58) — Highland High School is still searching for two goats that were reportedly stolen from the school's farm. The school claims the animals were taken from the school's farm in the early morning hours of Sunday, August 7. They said two men driving a 90s Ford...
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Insomniac Delivers Yet Again with HARD Summer 2022

HARD Summer returned to the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino this past weekend for its 14th(!) edition and its first ever foray as a 3-day festival. Boasting a stacked lineup featuring some of the biggest names in dance music and hip-hop, this year’s HARD was one for the ages. The stages were epic, the layout was friendly and convenient, the vibes and energy of the crowd were off the charts. Despite the sweltering heat and humidity over the weekend, Insomniac made sure that all it’s headliners were hydrated and shaded as they partied into the night.
Fontana Herald News

Police search for two suspects in connection with shooting incident in Colton

Police are searching for two suspects in connection with a shooting incident which took place two months ago in Colton, according to the Colton Police Department. On June 11 at about 8:46 p.m., officers responded to Elizabeth Davis Park, 1055 West Laurel Street, and found a victim suffering from a gunshot wound to the abdomen. He was transported to a hospital, where he underwent surgery.

Report: Consumer prices, minus gas costs, rise throughout Riverside area

RIVERSIDE, Calif. (CNS) — Prices for goods and services climbed 1.1% throughout the Riverside metropolitan area in the last two months, with pocketbook pressure up 9.2% locally over the last year, driven by rent, food and energy costs, federal officials said Wednesday. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' bimonthly...

Man Charged with Killing 81-Year-Old Mother in Hemet

A convicted felon accused of killing his 81-year-old mother at her Hemet home was charged with murder and other offenses Tuesday. Ricardo D. Tucker was arrested Friday following a Hemet Police Department investigation into the slaying of 81-year-old Lee Tucker. Along with murder, the defendant is charged with elder abuse...

Local veteran remembered as Biden signs PACT Act into law

A battle waged by Congressman Dr. Raul Ruiz in honor of local veteran Jennifer Kepner, along with many others, has culminated in the signing of the Honoring Our Pact Act. News Channel 3's John White was in Washington D.C. as President Joe Biden signed the PACT Act on Wednesday. He talked with Ruiz on the The post Local veteran remembered as Biden signs PACT Act into law appeared first on KESQ.

Brenda Pree hired as City Clerk of Palm Springs

Brenda Pree will be moving from Pittsburgh to Palm Springs to serve as the new city clerk. City manager Justin Clifton announced Pree's hiring on Wednesday. Pree has served as Pittsburgh’s City Clerk since 2017. In that role, she manages 10 support staff providing administrative and operational services to a nine-member elected body. Her responsibilities The post Brenda Pree hired as City Clerk of Palm Springs appeared first on KESQ.

Palm Springs Unified School District welcomes students back to school

Students, parents and staff were all feeling the back to school energy during morning drop off. Rio Vista Elementary School Principal, Aaron Tarzian says, "We’re just excited to have all the kids back, it’s a big mission to get ready for today and we’re ready.”  One mom tells me she's excited for her first grader The post Palm Springs Unified School District welcomes students back to school appeared first on KESQ.

Wicked Fest brings an early Halloween to San Bernardino

The owners of Wicked Bootique, a family run boutique dedicated to Halloween and horror themed products, hosted the first annual Wicked Fest on August 5. With over 50 vendors, a bar, a jumper for children and a photo op setup featuring Carrie in her bloody prom dress, Wicked Fest attracted hundreds of guests.

Riverside apartment complex sold

A 304-unit Riverside apartment complex has been sold. Metro 3610 was purchased for an undisclosed sum by Silver Star Real Estate in La Palma, CBRE announced Tuesday in a statement. CBRE represented the seller, whose name was not released. The property, at 3610 Banbury Drive, was built in 1984. It...

News of Record: August 11, 2022

The Idyllwild Fire Protection District responded to these calls from Monday to Sunday, Aug. 1 to 7. (IFPD has a new system of reporting and is working to include times in its logs.) • Aug. 1 — Public service assist. Maranatha Dr. • Aug. 2 — Traffic crash, no...