June 25, 2018
TOP STORIES
SAN DIEGO - As the nation's attention has been fixed on the "zero-tolerance" immigration policy, a different story has unfolded along California's border with Mexico.
According to an analysis, California is home to three of the nation’s five worst cities for retirees.
OCEANSIDE – Camp Pendleton could become a destination for tens of thousands of unauthorized immigrants,
WASHINGTON--Among Earth’s natural disasters, hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, the one humans probably ponder least is asteroids, huge objects zipping through our solar system at ludicrous speeds.
LAKE ELSINORE – (INT) – City officials are encouraged over what they say was the ‘success’ of Saturday’s sweep of seventeen homeless encampments.
INLAND EMPIRE – (INT) – Local police and fire agencies are out with their annual warnings about illegal fireworks, but they may be coming too late.
PHELAN – (INT) – San Bernardino County ‘pot cops’ have swooped down on three desert locations where huge amounts of marijuana were being cultivated.
HEMET - (INT) - Recreational activities at Diamond Valley Lake have been suspended.
RIVERSIDE – (INT) – A Superior Court judge ruled Thursday there is enough evidence to put David and Louise Turpin on trial in a child abuse case that has drawn national attention.
INLAND EMPIRE – (INT) – Decreasing inventory and declining affordability is impacting home sales across Southern California.
INLAND EMPIRE – (INT) – New Census Bureau figures attest to Riverside County’s dramatic growth.
SAN BERNARDINO - (INT) - The Arrowhead Grove affordable housing development has been singled out for special funding.
SAN BERNARDINO – (INT) – City officials are expressing some clarity on qualifications to open commercial cannabis businesses.
AMBOY – (INT) – Mystery surrounds the disappearance of a Virginia couple who may have perished in the searing heat of the Mojave Desert.
ONTARIO – (INT) – Ontario International Airport (ONT) continues to show solid gains in passenger volume.
INLAND EMPIRE – (INT) – Surplus government food will be given out this month. There are several locations in San Bernardino County offering the free food.
RIVERSIDE – (INT) – ‘Slow’ earthquakes being detected deep in the San Jacinto Fault could be the forerunners to a large damaging earthquake.
SOUTHLAND - (INT) - The coastal eddy is still going, but won’t be as strong. Temperatures are responding accordingly.
HOLLYWOOD - The dinosaur sequel “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” is off to a mighty start.
SALTON SEA--A new study points to a type of rock on the San Andreas Fault that may signal where the "Big One" could hit, and it's in Southern California.
A majority of Californians (57%) feel that Proposition 13 turned out to be mostly a good thing.
SACRAMENTO--California is creating a community college entirely online that will offer certificate and credentialing programs aimed at young people.
SOUTHLAND - (INT) - The Climate Prediction Center says there’s an even chance of El Nino reappearing this fall.
SOUTHLAND – (INT) – Southern Californians are tweaking their summer travel budgets.
RIVERSIDE – (INT) – Entomoligist Rick Vetter hears fear when he tells people about his work.
SAN FRANCISCO — (INT) - Proposition 47 did not lead to a rise in violent crime, a new study concluded.
SACRAMENTO - Last year was one of the worst and most devastating wildfire seasons in California history.
SANTA MONICA – (INT) – Heal the Bay is out with its annual report on water quality at California’s major beaches.
SOUTHLAND - Summertime brings a 14 percent increase in crashes involving a teen driver.
LOS ANGELES - (INT) - The UCLA Anderson forecast predicts a tightening labor market accompanied by rising inflation and higher interest rates.
Another earthquake in the San Jacinto Fault Zone strong enough to be felt jiggled much of Southwest Riverside County early Sunday. The M3.5 temblor struck between Hemet and Anza and was felt from Palm Springs into North San Diego County. (INT)

A motorist was killed Thursday night when he sped through a stop sign at a Riverside intersection and crashed his car into a palm tree. Jesus Garcia, 44, of Riverside was declared dead at a local hospital. (INT)

A Riverside motorist has survived a 1,000 foot plunge down a mountainside in his car near Running Springs. The vehicle ran off Highway 330 in upper City Creek Canyon Friday coming to rest in dense vegetation. The 40-year-old man was hoisted into a sheriff’s rescue helicopter and flown to the Loma Linda University Medical Center with serious injuries. (INT)

Construction is underway on the Serrano Business Park in Jurupa Valley. Three buildings will eventually occupy the 18-acre site. Each is equipped with prism skylights providing electrical power. “The development will optimize overall user efficiency, and drive output for tenants,” said Bob O’Neill, senior vice president of acquisitions at CapRock Partners. (INT)

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) Thursday denied the request of San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E) and Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas) to build a new natural gas transmission pipeline through North San Diego County. The 47-mile long, 36-inch diameter natural gas transmission pipeline would have extended from Rainbow Station, at the Riverside County line, to Miramar. The CPUC said it is not needed for safety or reliability. (INT

Ontario’s Mayor and City Council unanimously approved a structurally balanced 2018-19 budget during a public Special City Council meeting Monday. Public Safety remains a top priority. The budget allocates an additional $1 million for the Fire Training Center expansion project; $2.6 million for replacement of three fire pumper trucks; $1.7 million for the purchase of a fire ladder truck for the additional fire station in Ontario Ranch; and $1 million for the replacement of nineteen police vehicles and three police motorcycles. (INT)

A 24-year-old transient is accused of murdering his mother.
Aaron Allen Aubrey, a parolee, was arrested and questioned after he was found with a stolen car in Corona owned by his other. On Thursday, the body of Mica Maddock, 51, was located in an isolated area at the base of the Box Springs Mountains frequented by Aubrey. The cause of death is pending. (INT)

A motorcyclist fatally injured in a crash west of Cajon Pass has been identified. The coroner says that Jon David Wike, 52, of Palmdale collided with an SUV on Highway 138. Wike died in the ‘ER’ at SDan Bernardino Community Hospital late Thursday. (INT)

San Bernardino’s spike in homicides continues. Two more people lost their lives Thursday night. A fight outside a liquor store on West Baseline ended in gunfire leaving Alize Ross, 20, of Fontana dead and three other people wounded. In another incident, Carlos Valdovinos, 20, of San Bernardino was found in his vehicle at the intersection of Tijuana Avenue and 10th Street. Police say Valdovinos died of a gunshot wound, but gave no circumstances or suspect information. There have been six homicides in the city since May 31st and 19 this year. (INT)

Fontana police working with the LAPD have interrupted a ring of individuals that were distributing child pornography over the internet and social media sites. A search of one suspect’s residence in Colton turned up electronic storage devices containing thousands of child pornographic videos and images. (INT)

Work is scheduled to begin Sunday on a $26.1 million Interstate 10 pavement rehabilitation project in Redlands. Repairs on the I-10 are between Orange Street and Ford Street and will continue for approximately nine months. (INT)

Federal government funding of $5.4 million has been approved for restoring the historic Scotty’s Castle Visitor Center in Death Valley. It has been closed since torrential flooding in 2015. The project is part of a $256 million infrastructure repair package going to projects across the National Park System. (INT)

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