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Couple Pleads Guilty in Riverside County Child-Torture Case
A Southern California couple accused in the torture and abuse of most of their 13 children has pleaded guilty to all 14 felony counts against them in a Riverside courtroom. Details about the plea agreement were not immediately available. The felony counts against David and Louise Turpin included tor
No hot water, expired permits: Restaurant closures in San Bernardino County, Feb. 14-21
Here are the restaurants and other food facilities closed by health inspectors in San Bernardino County between Feb. 15 and 21, 2019, according to the county’s Department of Public Health. If no reopening date is mentioned, the department had not listed that facility as reopened as of this publicati
San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors to consider guidelines for renewable energy development in the desert
A controversial policy regulating renewable energy development in unincorporated San Bernardino County is headed back to the Board of Supervisors, about a year and a half after it was sent back to planning.
Gov. Newsom Orders New DNA Testing In 1983 Chino Hills Massacre
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA/AP) – California Gov. Gavin Newsom Friday issued an executive order for more DNA testing in the case of a man who was convicted of brutally murdering a Chino Hills family of three and their neighbor in 1983.
San Bernardino County: Storm dumps snow on Cajon Pass; some school districts cancel classes
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, Calif. (KABC) -- Several school districts in San Bernardino County canceled classed on Thursday as a winter storm dropped snow on lower elevations in the Inland Empire.
San Bernardino County officials looking to 5G to ‘revolutionize’ the way it serves residents
The speed limit on the information superhighway is about to go up in San Bernardino County. The county is working with T-Mobile on a countywide rollout of 5G, the next generation of mobile internet connectivity, which officials say will enhance how the county does business.
San Bernardino police arrest ‘California’s cannabis landlord’ during raid at her home
A real estate developer who touts herself as “California’s cannabis landlord” was arrested during a raid by San Bernardino police at her Pacific Palisades home, authorities confirmed Thursday.
Man claiming to have had a bomb at Colton shopping center is identified
The man clutching what appeared to be a bomb who held off Colton police for six hours in front of a shopping center before surrendering Saturday, Feb. 16, has been identified as Ronnie Joseph Paez, 37.
Woman is arrested after 2,600 pounds of marijuana are found in San Bernardino
A woman who describes herself as the largest cannabis landlord in California was arrested after an illegal marijuana grow was found in San Bernardino, according to the San Bernardino Police Department.
Man who shot at California cop previously deported, arrested but cops wouldn't honor ICE detainer, feds say
The illegal immigrant killed Sunday in a shootout with a California cop had been deported three times and arrested and released over ICE's objection on several occasions -- including cases involving the very department whose officer took him down in a dramatic exchange caught on her body cam.
Man arrested in fatal stabbing at Riverside park
Riverside police on Thursday, Feb. 21, arrested a man who they say stabbed a person to death Tuesday at Shamel Park. Terrence Anthony Hawkins, 37, of Riverside, was booked into Robert Presley Detention center on suspicion of murder and violating Post Release Community Supervision.
Ex-AP California Capital Reporter Steve Lawrence Dead at 71
SACRAMENTO (AP) — Steve Lawrence, a California government reporter who covered a major capital corruption scandal and governors from Ronald Reagan to Arnold Schwarzenegger during a nearly four-decade career with The Associated Press, died Friday.
This is how many commercial cannabis licenses San Bernardino approved
San Bernardino awarded 16 commercial cannabis licenses late Thursday, Feb. 21, concluding a yearlong, and at times confusing and messy, application process. City leaders approved five retail permits, five microbusiness permits, four cultivation permits, a manufacturing permit and a distribution perm
Man brought to hospital in serious condition after falling 150 feet down cliff in Jurupa Valley
A man was in serious condition after falling 150 feet down a cliff in Jurupa Valley on Friday afternoon. Rob Roseen, spokesman for Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department, said the department got a call at around 1:20 p.m. and got to the area where the fall happened at Agua Mansa Road and Wilson S
Chihuahua found dead inside San Bernardino Animal Shelter kennel
A female chihuahua was found dead in her kennel at the San Bernardino Animal Shelter last week, but she didn’t freeze to death, police said Thursday, Feb. 21. Addressing Facebook posts shared this week by animal advocates, police said Lacey, the black chihuahua, was found inside a section of her ken
One twin was a citizen, the other undocumented. A victory in California court for their same-sex parents rebukes the State Department
Ethan and Aiden were born in 2016 four minutes apart, coming from the same womb – a surrogate mom. They had the same parents, Andrew and Elad Dvash-Banks, and the same toys and outfits.
Sinkholes are popping up all over California, thanks to the rain. Here’s what to know
Sinkholes are rare in California, but the heavy rains this winter produced several dangerous ones around the state. A sinkhole is an area of ground that has no natural external surface drainage – when it rains, all the water stays inside the sinkhole and typically drains into the subsurface. There a
How to get tickets for the Taste of Vintage Redlands
The 17th annual Taste of Vintage Redlands, a walking tour that features wines and craft beers paired with food prepared by local chefs, will be held 1-4 p.m. Saturday, March 23, in downtown Redlands.
In a rarity, snow falls on Southern California, and not just in the mountains
How often do Rancho Cucamonga, Riverside, Pasadena or North Hollywood get a dusting? How about Zuma Beach and Malibu?. Not often. Which is why the weather was the buzz Thursday among flatlanders and hill dwellers.
$25 Million Gift To Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital
Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital receives $25 million gift from San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. Evening of annual gala event raises additional $1.6 million. Above photo: The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians gifted Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital $25 million at the 26th Annua