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Trump Plans to Cancel $929 Million for California Bullet Train, Wants State to Pay Back $2.5 Billion
The Trump administration plans to cancel $929 million in U.S. money for California's beleaguered high-speed rail project and wants the state to return an additional $2.5 billion it's already spent.
ARkstorm Warning for California: Experts Fear Rare Mega Storm Three Times As Damaging As San Andreas Earthquake
Experts have spoken out after officials declared a California dam unprepared for a rare mega-storm that could flood vast areas of the state. At recent public meetings, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers told Los Angeles County locals that the 60-year-old Whittier Narrows Dam on the San Gabriel River c
Closures of Storm Damaged Riverside County Routes May Last Months
RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA -- Highways between Hemet and Palm Springs that were severely impacted by last week's storm will remain out of service for the next month or two while repairs are made, state officials said Feb. 19.
3 found dead after shooting in gated Southern California community
Three people were found dead following reports of gunfire at an upscale gated community in Porter Ranch on Monday, Feb. 18. Officers responded to a home in the 20300 block of Via Galileo at about 3:53 p.m. and found three people dead, said Sal Ramirez, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Departme
Gov. Newsom Reacts To CBSLA’s Kimberly Long Investigation
LONG BEACH (CBSLA) — Kimberly Long was convicted for the 2003 murder of her boyfriend Ozzie Conde. Ozzie was beaten to death. There was blood splattered all over the room — on the walls, the TV, the drapes, the carpet and the furniture.
Murrieta Weather Forecast For The Week Ahead
MURRIETA, CA — A quick heads up: Weather officials have issued a Wind Advisory for your area, beginning Sunday at 5:00 pm and ending Monday at 1:00 am. You can find more info from the National Weather Service here.
5 New Murrieta Area Properties For Sale
MURRIETA, CA — On the hunt for a new house, and want to get a better understanding of what's available near you? Need some help finding the perfect place for you and your loved ones? Never fear! To keep you in the game, we've compiled a fresh batch of five new listings nearby.
Lake Elsinore to reopen to boating Wednesday morning, Feb. 20
The city of Lake Elsinore is poised to reopen boating launches on its namesake lake as the sun comes up Wednesday, Feb. 20. City officials closed Lake Elsinore to boating for safety reasons on Friday morning, Feb. 15, after last week’s epic storm swept a large amount of water downstream and washed m
Bitter cold blankets Southern California, with a new storm just around the corner
Southern California went from very wet to very cold Tuesday morning. The National Weather Service had issued a freeze warning for parts of the Southland, and near-freezing temperatures were recorded across the region.
Climate Change Could Cause Epic ‘ARkStorm’ in Southern California
Researchers and engineers warn that California may be due for rain of biblical proportions — what experts call an ARkStorm, it was reported Tuesday. Scientists call it California’s “other big one” and say it could cause three times as much damage as a major earthquake ripping along the San Andreas F
Federal tax changes could be why California’s budget is more than $2 billion below projections
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s hopes for a record-setting tax revenue windfall this year could depend on whether California’s wealthiest residents are simply waiting until the last moment to pay up — a reaction to the 2017 federal tax changes championed by President Trump.
Sixteen rescued from SeaWorld ride hanging over a California bay
Sixteen people were trapped for about four hours in gondolas hanging over a California bay on a chilly Monday night at SeaWorld San Diego after wind gusts tripped an electric circuit breaker, officials said.
18 trillion gallons of rain in California in February — and more on the way
California has already received an 18-trillion-gallon soaking this month — enough water to fill 27 million Olympic-sized pools — and the state’s wild winter isn’t over yet.
California’s Supreme Court has thrown cities — and citizens — into chaos over local taxes
The California Supreme Court has some explaining to do. Late last year, the city of Oakland put a new land parcel tax on the books, after 62 percent of voters turned out to boost funding for public education. Now a local business group is suing the city, arguing that the new tax needed two-thirds of
Former Dodger Manny Machado Agrees to $300M, 10-Year Deal With Padres
A person familiar with the negotiations tells The Associated Press that All-Star infielder Manny Machado has agreed to a $300 million, 10-year deal with the rebuilding San Diego Padres, the biggest contract ever for a free agent.
Dodgers Mourn Passing Of All-Time Pitching Great Don Newcombe
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Don Newcombe, the Cy Young Award-winning pitcher considered one of the all-time Dodger greats, has died at age 92, the team announced Monday. Newcombe pitched for 10 seasons, mostly for the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers. He won both the Cy Young and National League Most Valu
Hemet woman may have killed herself, beloved aunt after 20 years of caregiver exhaustion
She dedicated herself to the often exhausting and thankless job of care giving. Then a few days after Christmas, 54-year-old Saundra Jay took her life — and the life of the beloved aunt she had cared for 20 years, said Mary Tisdale, Jay’s younger sister.
California mural artist paints 12 faces of hope on charred Camp Fire ruins
PARADISE — In the midst of the charred and twisted remains of Paradise, 12 faces of hope grace unexpected canvases of half walls, crumbling chimneys and skeletons of burnt vehicles.
WOW! House: A Terrific Panoramic View in Temecula for $1.1M
TEMECULA, CA -- If you're looking for a fine view to go along with the fine wine in the Temecula area, you can do no better than this four bedroom, three bath abode located in the hills of southwest Riverside County.
Dog reunited with family 101 days after California wildfire
PARADISE, Calif. – An Akita named Kingston is back with his family 101 days after he jumped out of their truck as they fled a devastating Northern California wildfire. The 12-year-old was reunited with the Ballejos family of Paradise on Monday, Sacramento television station KXTV reported .