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Riverside County employees help capture suspected kidnapper in Yucca Valley
A passenger’s frantic plea for help on the 10 Freeway on Thursday, Jan. 17, caught the attention of two Riverside County Animal Services officers, whose 911 call led to the arrest of the driver in San Bernardino County, authorities said.
Boys soak Banning Broncos in stormy game
YUCCA VALLEY — The Trojan varsity boys soccer team took a rain-soaked 3-1 victory against the Banning Broncos Tuesday night. With rain pouring down on the stadium starting mid-game, the Trojans used solid teamwork to soak the Broncs.
Beaumont Senior Center to Host Valentine's Dance
From The City of Beaumont: Join the City of Beaumont Senior Center and Stella Health Insurance Agency for a Senior Sweethearts Valentine Dance. The seniors only event will include a DJ, raffle prizes, photo booth, dessert and non-alcoholic beverages.
Person Hit, Pinned Under Vehicle In Beaumont
BEAUMONT, CA — One person has been hospitalized Thursday afternoon after they were hit — and subsequently pinned underneath — a vehicle in Beaumont, the fire department reports.
New governor adds to California’s debt
State Sen. Mike Morrell, R-Rancho Cucamonga, whose 23rd District includes Highland, issued the following statement in response to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s state budget proposal for 2019-20:
Mandatory evacuation orders issued for Holy fire burn area in Riverside County
The relentless rain has led Riverside County officials to issue new mandatory evacuation orders Thursday, Jan. 17, for those living in the Holy fire burn area in and around Lake Elsinore.
Banning Man Accused In Barricade Sought By Police
BANNING, CA - Banning police on Tuesday released more information related to a standoff situation that prompted an hours-long operation in town over the weekend. What's more, they are asking for help in finding the man allegedly at the center of it all.
Warm centers provide respite from cold temperatures in Riverside County
TEMECULA – Now that winter has arrived and parts of Riverside County are experiencing freezing temperatures, residents and visitors have a place to escape the cold at dozens of warm centers across the county.
Pass Area Under Flash Flood Warning
BEAUMONT, CA — Pass Area residents are urged to prepare for possible flooding and other storm-related hazards as a storm makes its way through the region Thursday morning. At 10:36 a.m., the National Weather Service issued a Flash Flood Warning for the area. A map of the region impacted by the warni
Riverside County Coach of the Year Bert Esposito leads Southeast Riverside County to victory in the 3rd annual Riverside Sheriffs' Association All-star Classic
In the third annual Riverside Sheriff's Association 215 Football All-Star game, the Southeast landed the first punch in the form of a 53-yard pass from QB Devin Dillard to Koale Schroeder, who beat coverage down the middle of the field to put them inside the 10-yard line. Running back Brandon Clemon
Banning resident sought on assault charges
On Sunday, Jan. 13 shortly after 3:30 p.m., Banning Police Department patrol officers responded to a report of a domestic dispute in the 2500 block of West Nicolet Street. Once officers arrived, it was discovered a felony domestic battery occurred between a man and a woman.
Final Round Of Precipitation, Risk Of Flooding Expected In Riverside County
A final round of precipitation, possibly the heaviest of the week, is expected in the Inland Empire Thursday, raising the risk of flash flooding throughout the region as well as dangerous mud slides and debris flows for numerous communities in the Holy Fire burn area.
San Bernardino barricade suspect in custody after more than 8-hour standoff
A suspect was taken into custody just before 2:30 p.m. Thursday after an hours-long barricade that closed a street near Pacific High School. The barricaded suspect fired shots into the air and refused to leave an apartment for more than eight hours, officials with the San Bernardino Police Departmen
California caretaker arrested after allegedly using stun gun to abuse mentally disabled adult
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (KTLA) -- A caretaker accused of using a stun gun to abuse a mentally disabled adult was arrested in San Bernardino Wednesday. The caretaker, identified as 52-year-old Dewaina Cunningham, was taken into custody following an investigation into a report of physical and mental ab
Flash Flood Warning Issued in San Bernardino, Fontana and Moreno Valley
A flash flood warning was issued across parts of San Bernardino County Thursday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. An alert from the agency warned of flooding that’s expected to affect cities including San Bernardino, Fontana and Moreno Valley until 1:30 p.m. It tells residents to
Volunteers needed for Riverside County homeless survey
2019 Point-in-Time Homeless Count and Survey due January 29 Melanie Lee / Hemet ScoopIt is anticipated that the results of the planned survey will provide critical new information to help ending homelessness on a national and local level. ■ By Dennis Fletcher / Contributed The Riverside County Depar
Southern California winter storm douses region with last day of heavy rain before skies clear
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The heavy rain and danger of flooding is continuing across Southern California Thursday as the last of this week's storms wallops the region. Thursday will likely see 2-3 inches of rain in some areas, with flooding and mudslides possible in areas impacted by recent wildfires.
Banning SWAT Scene Prompts Hours-Long Operation
BANNING, CA — A large law enforcement presence was visible for several hours Sunday night in a Banning neighborhood as a SWAT scene unfolded at a local home. At this time, details on what prompted the operation are limited, but police said the public was not in any danger.
Palm Springs International airport has record-breaking year
PALM SPRINGS, Calif.- - Palm Springs International Airport set a record for visitors flying in and out of the desert last year, according to statistics released by the city today.
Lady Trojans catch fire in second half to beat Broncos
YUCCA VALLEY — The Yucca Valley Lady Trojans had a tough act to follow after the varsity boys’ last-second win, but they took the court undaunted and grabbed an early lead over the Banning Broncos on their way to a 62-42 Desert Valley League win Tuesday night.