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Riverside County Supervisors Marion Ashley and John Tavaglione say goodbye
Riverside County Supervisors Marion Ashley and John Tavaglione, along with Sheriff Stan Sniff, were among several exiting officials recognized Tuesday for career contributions to the community.
Riverside County holds community forum on local ICE access
RIVERSIDE, Calif. - A community forum on local ICE access scheduled for Tuesday afternoon in Riverside Board Chambers. Riverside County says they moved the community forum about access to individuals by federal law-enforcement from Tuesday's morning Board of Supervisors' agenda to 1:30pm, to inconve
Woman Attacked By Man Holding Machete In The Middle Of Hemet Street
HEMET (CBSLA) — Christine Braun says her car was dented by a man holding a machete in the middle of Hemet street in an apparent random attack. Braun says she was driving down Acacia Avenue just before 8 p.m. Sunday night when a man suddenly stepped out into the street. Believing it was a homeless pe
Hemet Woman Charged With Robbery For Alleged Assault, Phone Theft
BANNING, CA — A 23-year-old woman accused with a teenage boy of roughing up a Hemet man and stealing his mobile phone was charged Monday with robbery. Sharice Tashay Williams of Hemet was arrested with the juvenile, whose identity was not released, on Thursday morning following a Hemet police invest
Riverside County imposes final contract offer on 7,000 service workers
A divided Riverside County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unilaterally imposed terms of a collective bargaining agreement on Service Employees International Union Local 721, which represents more than 7,000 clerks, accountants, nurses, technicians and social workers, despite objections from union b
Missing Idyllwild man found dead
An Idyllwild man missing since Nov. 26 has been found dead, the Riverside County Coroner’s Office said late Saturday. David Bradish, 80, suffered from Alzheimer’s disease and was last seen in the 54500 block of North Circle Drive in the San Jacinto Mountains. He was believed to have been walking his
Woman Fatally Crushed In Beaumont Fast Food Drive-Thru
BEAUMONT, CA — Beaumont police are investigating the death of a woman who died after getting crushed by her car in a drive-thru over the weekend. The woman, who died at the hospital after suffering fatal injuries at McDonald's, has not yet been publicly identified.
Riverside County’s cooling housing market: 10 trends to know
Riverside County’s housing market is cooling with sales down and supply up. Here are 10 key facts to know from CoreLogic’s report on closed sales of all residences for October, along with ReportsOnHousing’s tally of existing home listings as of Nov. 29 and how those tallies compared to year-ago peri
Woman dies after her car pins her in a restaurant drive-thru
A woman died after exiting her car in a restaurant drive-thru in Beaumont on Saturday. The incident was reported at about 1:44 p.m. at the 2nd Street Marketplace shopping center that houses McDonald's and other restaurants. The Beaumont Police Department and Riverside County Cal Fire were at the sce
Pile burning on in local forest resume today and tomorrow
The U.S. Forest Service intends to conduct several prescribed burning projects this week throughout the San Bernardino National Forest and in the San Jacinto Ranger District. Today, the burn will be at the Kenworthy Fire Station in Garner Valley. Tomorrow, the Forest Service plans to burn more piles
Fatal collision at Beaumont McDonald's
Authorities are investigating a fatal accident at a local McDonald's. On Saturday, Dec. 8 shortly after 1:30 p.m., Beaumont Police Department received a 911 call in reference to a driver who was injured and unresponsive in the drive thru lane of a restaurant located in the 1400 block of E. 2nd Stree
Hemet Christmas Parade draws crowds Saturday, Dec. 1
The largest crowd ever attended the Hemet Christmas parade, which traveled down Florida Avenue Saturday, Dec. 1. The parade had 102 entries decorated to the theme "Holidays from the Silver Screen," kicking off the holiday celebrations in Hemet and San Jacinto.
Valley-Wide Park Christmas Tree lights up the Hemet-San Jacinto Valley
A little misty rain and a cold night did not deter residents from attending Valley-Wide Recreation and Park District's annual Christmas tree lighting and Santa visit at San Jacinto Regional Park Saturday, Dec. 1.
'Envision San Jacinto' plan for Main Street pedestrian plaza wins support
San Jacinto residents, after attending the city’s first “Envision San Jacinto” demonstration project on downtown’s main street Sept. 29, expressed their 100 percent support for the many improvements demonstrated.
Funeral held for 'Baby Jane Doe' found near highway in Riverside County
CORONA, Calif. (AP) — Dozens of people bearing flowers or stuffed animals attended a funeral for a newborn girl found dead in July along a Southern California highway. Authorities in Riverside County continue to investigate the death of the baby whose identity remains a mystery.
5 New Homes For Sale In The Banning-Beaumont Area
BANNING-BEAUMONT, CA — Looking for a new home, and want to get a better feel for what's available near you? Perhaps you could use some help finding the perfect place for you and your loved ones? Fear not! To save you some time, we've got a fresh batch of five new listings nearby.
Woman dies at Beaumont restaurant drive-through when vehicle she left pins her against wall
A woman died Saturday from her injuries at a Beaumont restaurant drive-through when she got out of her vehicle, failed to put it in park, and was run over, then pinned between it and the wall of the business, police said.
From people to pets, these images are in Mt. San Jacinto College’s student photo show
Photographs shot by advanced photography students at Mt. San Jacinto College’s Menifee Valley campus are on display at the college until Thursday, Dec. 6. The public is welcome to the free exhibit.
San Jacinto kicks off Christmas
Photos by Dennis FletcherHot chocolate servers left to right: Valley Wide supervisor JB, 1st time volunteer Heather Manzana, baseball player Tyler Mercer, and happy recipient Galilea Cordon. Christmas tree lighting first of several activities ■ Dennis Fletcher / Contributed Valley-Wide Recreation an
San Jacinto-Hemet Valley Soroptimists ring in the holidays with 'Jingle Mingle' fundraiser
San Jacinto-Hemet Valley Soroptimists and their many friends gathered at the Metropolitan Water District's Water Education Center in Hemet, Friday, Nov. 30, for a Jingle Mingle holiday fundraiser to benefit local charities.