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San Jacinto Feb 19 Weekly Crime Report: 124 Incidents and 2 Crime Stories
San Jacinto Feb 19 Weekly Crime Report: 124 Incidents and 2 Crime Stories. During the last week, San Jacinto reported a total of 124 crime cases. The most common type of crime was "Other", accounting for 36 cases, followed by "Suspicious Situation" and "Theft" with 22 and 21 cases respectively. "Trespass" was the fourth most common crime, with 15 reported incidents. More severe crimes such as "Assault", "Burglary", "Vandalism", and "Robbery" were less frequent, with 8, 7, 5, and 1 cases respectively. There were also 5 instances of "Argument" and 3 "Arrests". The data suggests a need for heightened vigilance against theft and suspicious activities in the place, while the relatively lower occurrence of severe crimes like assault and burglary provides some reassurance. However, every single crime incident is one too many, and efforts must be intensified to ensure the safety and security of all residents in San Jacinto.
Moment golden eagle released back into wild after two weeks at rescue centre
A golden eagle is back in the wild in California’s Riverside County, after undergoing two weeks of care at San Diego Humane Society’s Ramona Wildlife Center.The bird arrived on 5 February, after it had been found unable to fly by a member of the local community in San Jacinto.It was underweight, covered in mud and manure, and had mild abrasions to its feet.While the exact cause of the eagle’s issues is uncertain, recent heavy rains in the area may have played a role.After showing “remarkable” improvement over a few days, the bird was moved to a larger aviary with room to fly and hunt.On Sunday (19 February), the eagle was released back into the wild. Read More Sydney Sweeney and Glen Powell sing with Natasha Bedingfield in award show surpriseMoment landslide hurtles down major US highway blocking roadRock landslide covers street with trees and debris in California
California faces flooding, mudslides as rain storm inundates state
A flood watch remains in effect Tuesday across California as a powerful storm continues to unleash rain, snow and wind on much of the West Coast.
Update on the Storm for Tuesday and Wednesday
CAJON PASS, CA. (Pain In The Pass) >> A strong Pineapple Express/atmospheric river will finally sweep across Southern California Tuesday morning into the evening and will last through Wednesday afternoon. Various areas of the forecast area will see different weather impacts with gusty winds, chances of heavy rain showers at times, and heavy snow showers at times.
Perris Man Faces Felony Charges for Large-Scale Fentanyl and Meth Sales
RIVERSIDE, CA (LAI) - A 42-year-old Perris resident, Miguel Angel Lopez, is expected to face felony charges tomorrow for allegedly operating a significant drug distribution operation from his home. Lopez was apprehended on Friday, facing accusations of possessing drugs for sale, transportation of controlled substances, possession of unlawful paraphernalia, possession of a baton and metal knuckles, and child endangerment.
Embark on a Culinary Journey: Hemet's 3 Must-Try Italian Eateries
In this article, we explore three distinct Italian restaurants located in Hemet. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If you have, we would love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below!
⚠️ Update: All Lanes Reopened on SR-60 in Moreno Valley After Flooding
The time displayed is local to the original X account in Southern California. An earlier SigAlert that affected travelers in Moreno Valley has been cleared. The HOV lane on SR-60 East near Frederick St. was previously closed due to significant flooding. However, the latest update confirms that all lanes have now been reopened to traffic. Motorists can expect normal traffic conditions to resume. For more information and real-time updates, please refer to the link provided by the local transportation authority: https://t.co/ebEc46kchG.
Watch: ‘Bird Jesus’ appears to walk on water as atmospheric river fills California waterway with debris
A video posted on Monday shows birds walking on debris floating on the water’s surface after another atmospheric river storm drenched Southern California.
Weather Advisory Issued for San Diego for Elevated Risk of Thunderstorms Overnight Tonight
Southern California Weather Force has issued a Weather Advisory effective from midnight tonight until sunrise Wednesday morning for heavy rain and a thunderstorm risk for the following areas;
🚨 Update: Reopening of Lanes on I-5 North After Traffic Accident in Pacoima
The time displayed is local to the original X account in Southern California. Traffic has returned to normal in Pacoima on the northbound I-5 near the intersection with SR-118 W following a significant traffic alert earlier in the day. Initially, there was a SigAlert issued due to a traffic accident which necessitated the closure of lane 1 for approximately 45 minutes. Commuters experienced delays during this time. However, the latest update confirms that all lanes have been reopened to traffic, and the flow has resumed without any current restrictions. For more information regarding the initial traffic accident and the eventual clearance, please refer to the following link: https://t.co/ebEc46kchG.
Newly formed potholes giving Southern California motorists headaches
Rounds and rounds of rain have pummeled SoCal to begin the year, unsurprisingly causing massive potholes on freeways and surface streets in one of the most car-dependent regions of the country. One such hole in the road opened up on an important interchange on the 101 Freeway; motorists told KTLA on Monday that they are […]
Here's how the rain is going to affect your morning commute
Impending showers threaten Southern California commutes with meteorologist Evelyn Taft forecasting intensifying rain. Orange County and Inland Empire brace for impact, while Victorville and San Bernardino face heavier downpours. High surf and flood risks loom, with significant rainfall totals expected. Stay tuned for evolving storm watch updates.
Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Puppies Of Winchester, CA Need You!
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Powerful storm triggers flooding, washouts on busy California thoroughfares, causes closures
A potent storm has unleashed its fury on Southern California, prompting multiple road closures and travel restrictions in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties. Caltrans has issued a comprehensive update on the current closures and restrictions, urging motorists to stay informed and exercise caution while navigating the affected areas.
What is an "Ebony Alert?"
Many in Los Angeles received one of the first Ebony Alerts for Southern California on Tuesday after a 19-year-old disappeared. The bulletin started in 2024 after the California legislature passed Senate Bill 673. It's a resource meant to help law enforcement investigate suspicious or unexplainable disappearances of Black people. It aims to bridge the "severe racial disparities" of the children who go missing. Black youth account for 38% of missing persons cases; Black children make up close to 33% of mission child cases but receive less media attention, according to legislators. California senators attributed this inconsistency to the strict criteria required to...
Rain to continue hitting SoCal through Wednesday morning
Rain is expected to continue hitting Southern California through Wednesday morning. “A strong storm will continue to impact #SoCal thru Wed morning,” the National Weather Service wrote on X.
Hemet Film Festival: “Necessity Breeds Creativity”
During a sunny Saturday in Southern California, the first official Hemet Film Festival took place at the Historic Hemet Theatre on Florida Ave. On November 11th, 2023, audiences filled the red theater seats for a day spent watching movies directed by local filmmakers. The types of short films shown were all under 25 minutes long and covered a range of categories- from experimental to documentary style. In the small disregarded town, artists came together to celebrate their work on the big screen. Read about the event, films shown, and how to get involved in this article!
405 Freeway off-ramp closed indefinitely due to sinkhole
LOS ANGELES - Heads up, commuters!. A sinkhole has shut down the northbound 405 Freeway off-ramp at Skirball Center and Mulholland Drive until further notice, Caltrans District 7 announced. Drivers are advised to find alternate routes as there is no estimated time for reopening as repairs are being completed. According...
Indulge in Hemet: Top 5 Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt Spots You Must Try
In this article, we'll be exploring five exceptional Ice Cream and Frozen Yogurt spots in Hemet. Have you had the chance to visit any of these delightful places? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below.
‘Home Improvement’ actor Zachery Ty Bryan arrested in Southern California
Zachery Ty Bryan, famous for his role in the ’90s sitcom “Home Improvement,” was arrested over the weekend in Riverside County. Details: https://ktla.com/entertainment/zachery-ty-bryan-arrested-for-dui-contempt-of-court-in-riverside-co/