March 24, 2018
WASHINGTON - A student survivor of the mass school shooting in Florida said Saturday’s protests in Washington, D.C., and around the country "are going to start a revolution."
Imagine a hyper-connected world where dating applications build 800-page profiles or your Internet behavior and taste in love interests, or track your one night stands based on the overnight location of your cell phone.
WASHINGTON--President Donald Trump announced Friday afternoon that he had just signed a bill to fund the government "as a matter of national security," hours after a tweeted threat that he was weighing a veto of the $1.3 trillion bill.
In one of the largest state-sponsored cyberattacks uncovered by the Justice Department, nine Iranian hackers spent four years penetrating the computer systems of hundreds of American and foreign universities and other institutions.
SAN BERNARDINO – (INT) – Former San Bernardino airport manager and developer Scot Spencer has pleaded guilty to a single charge stemming from an alleged case of corruption at the airport.
CORONA – (INT) – A murder suspect who was found dead after a high speed chase from Hesperia to Corona Thursday night died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
RIVERSIDE - (INT) - A 6-year-long project to help stimulate development around March Air Reserve Base is complete.
BIG BEAR - (INT) – This week’s storm claimed a fatality, one of two eaglets born last month in a tree-top nest.
INLAND EMPIRE - (INT) - Southern California’s damp weather is about to undergo a drying trend.
INLAND EMPIRE – (INT) – For the first time in recent memory, the region’s jobless rate fell below that of California’s.
WASHINGTON – (INT) – Riverside’s two members in Congress split their votes Thursday on a government spending bill.
INLAND EMPIRE – (INT) – New census data released Thursday placed Riverside County among the top 10 fastest growing in the nation.
INLAND EMPIRE - If you’ve ever applied for a loan or credit card, you know that your credit score is more than just a three-digit number.
SOUTHLAND – (INT) - The South Coast Air Quality Management District is launching inspections of idling big-rig trucks near distribution warehouses.
INLAND EMPIRE – (INT) – There seems to be no easing in the upward sales prices of new and re-sale homes in the two-county region.
VICTORVILLE – (INT) – A retired Illinois fire chief has been appointed to guide the formation of the city’s new fire department.
RIVERSIDE – (INT) – The city is taking a new approach to help the homeless.
INLAND EMPIRE – (INT) – Where you shop could bring some savings when it comes to sales taxes.
RIVERSIDE – (INT) – Preparations are taking off for next month’s Centennial Air Show at March Air Reserve Base.
INLAND EMPIRE – (INT) – Surplus government food will be given out during March.
RIVERSIDE – (INT) – ‘Slow’ earthquakes being detected deep in the San Jacinto Fault could be the forerunners to a large damaging earthquake.
SACRAMENTO – (INT) - The California Air Resources Board (CARB) Friday adopted a regulation prohibiting the use of specific refrigerants known as hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs).
SACRAMENTO--Gov. Jerry Brown's final proposed budget calls for keeping more youth offenders in juvenile detention facilities instead of prison.
SOUTHLAND – (INT) - Many Southern California motorists are paying the most for gasoline in 2-and-a-half years.
SAN FRANCISCO – (INT) – Front-runners for two top statewide posts are emerging less than three months before the June Primary.
SACRAMENTO--Almost 1,600 people in California used guns to take their own lives in 2016.
SAN FRANCISCO – (INT) – The 2020 Census is still 2-years away, but there are large segments of California’s population at risk of being undercounted.
SACRAMENTO--California officials say they plan to review the cause of an Arizona pedestrian fatality Sunday night involving an autonomous Uber vehicle.
California is among states least economically dependent on gun sales.
HOLLYWOOD - “Black Panther” has maintained its momentum at the box office.
SACRAMENTO - (INT) – California matters when it comes to its agricultural output.
OAKLAND--University of California students who aren’t from the Golden State are set to pay more to attend the prestigious system this fall.
SACRAMENTO – (INT) – A new study reveals a lot about California’s drought history.
SACRAMENTO - (INT) – If there are 28 ways to measure happiness, there are eight California cities among the top twenty in the nation.
SOUTHLAND - (INT) – An unusual lack of rain the past 4-months has contributed to poorer air quality.
A mix of clouds and sunshine were expected for Saturday’s 26th annual Riverside Airshow. The daylong event at the Riverside Municipal Airport featured a full range of military aircraft, fly-by’s, aerobatics, military vehicles and a car show. (INT)

California Highway Patrol officers found a shotgun and shell casings inside a car that crashed Friday night on Interstate 10 near Waterman Avenue in San Bernardino killing a passenger. Investigators will be questioning the surviving driver. The coroner identified the passenger Saturday as Eric Castellanos, 17, of San Bernardino. (INT)

A Riverside man has been linked to a rash of package thefts from home porches in Corona. Neighbors posted videos on social media leading to the arrest of Jimmy Nguyen, age 23. When police stopped Nguyen, they discovered some empty packaging and stolen property. Investigators say he’d been following delivery vehicles through local neighborhoods. (INT)

The California Transportation Commission (CTC) has approved $50 million in state funding to begin environmental studies for extension of the Interstate 15 Express Lanes from Cajalco Road in Corona to State Route 74 at Lake Elsinore, a distance of 15 miles. The project will
help “Residents of Temescal Valley, Lake Elsinore, and southwest Riverside County to better negotiate significant congestion on I-15,” said Riverside County Transportation Commission Executive Director Anne Mayer. (INT)

A lighting project is bringing a new measure of safety to a stretch of the Route 60 freeway through Jurupa Valley. The double luminaire mast arms lighting is being installed along the center median between Milliken Avenue and Valley Way. The $15.2 million project is expected to be completed by July. (INT)

Corona Fire Chief David Duffy has announced his retirement. Duffy joined the department in 1997 as a firefighter apprentice and served at every level. A farewell event will be held at 2 p.m. on April 26 at Corona Fire Station 2. (INT)

The Redlands Police Department will provide an online information hub to keep parents, students and the community informed of the current investigation status of rumored threats to Redlands schools. Anyone concerned about a rumored threat to a school campus in Redlands, is encouraged to review the site at The website replicates similar efforts by other local police departments. (INT)

Ontario International Airport is continuing its monthly double-digit gains in passenger and cargo volume. The number of passengers using the regional airport rose 10.2% in February. Cargo volume was up nearly 20 percent compared to the same month last year. (INT)

Calfire confirms that one person died Friday in a vehicle accident in the Sunnyslope area of Jurupa Valley. One survivor was pulled from the wreckage, but another person perished at the scene on Agua Mansa Road at Brown Avenue. (INT)

The University of California officially turned 150 years old Friday. Its inaugural class had 40 students and 10 faculty members. It became a renowned 10-campus public research university with 273,000 enrolled students and more than two million living alumni. (INT)

A sheriff’s traffic reconstruction team is seeking the cause of a collision Thursday at Lake Elsinore that killed a motorist. An SUV and a sedan collided head-on on Riverside Drive. Killed was the automobile driver, 33-year-old Joshua Brownell of Lake Elsinore. (INT)

The District Attorney has cleared three Chino police officers of any criminal wrong-doing in a fatal shooting 2-years ago. The DA said Thursday the officers properly exercised their right of self-defense and the defense of others when they shot Stephen Austin in March, 2016. (INT)

The California Highway Patrol says a hit-and-run motorist figures in a Monday night mishap on the 210 freeway in Highland. A motorcyclist was killed when he struck the rear of a moving vehicle that left the scene. (INT)

San Bernardino’s commercial sex trade took another hit when a 22-year-old man was stopped and arrested for pandering a young female. Brandon McDonald, from Rialto, was jailed and the prostitute taken to a safe location by the San Bernardino County Human Trafficking Task Force. (INT)

Hemet police say an increase in staffing levels funded by Measure U helped to push down the city’s crime rate last year. Violent crimes tumbled by 22 percent and property crimes slipped 6 percent. Arrests rose by 44 percent. Overall, reported crimes in Hemet fell by 8 percent. (INT)


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