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SoCal: Border Patrol Discovers Over 150 Pounds of Meth & Fentanyl Valued at $400,000 Hidden in Pickup

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at the Calexico East port of entry seized more than 150 pounds of hard narcotics on Sunday in a hidden compartment under the bed of a pickup truck. The incident occurred shortly after midnight on May 19, when CBP officers encountered a 29-year-old male Mexican citizen and lawful permanent […]Read More »

SoCal: Dave Stockton Coyote Classic Raises $250,000 for Student Athlete Scholarships for Cal State San Bernardino

The Event Raised a $150,000 Endowment for the William H. Colley Golf Scholarship Celebrating its 23rd year, the CSUSB Athletics Dave Stockton Coyote Classic had its most successful event to date, raising more than $250,000 that will have a direct impact on student-athlete scholarships. This year, the golf program received a $150,000 endowment for the […]Read More »

SoCal: Border Patrol Officers Find More than $2 Million Worth of Cocaine Hidden in Shipment of Bell Peppers

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at the Calexico East commercial facility Monday seized 242 pounds of cocaine after finding the narcotics comingled with a shipment of bell peppers. “This was great work by the team of officers working at the Calexico East port of entry,” said Area Port Director David Salazar. “Their hard work […]Read More »

SoCal: “Contact in the Desert” Investigates Reports of Extraterrestrial Contact on May 31-June 3, 20

UFO Sightings Happened 2016-18, Will 2019 Reveal More? Indian Wells, CA – The world’s largest UFO conference, Contact in the Desert (CITD), returns for its 7th year on May 31-June 3, 2019 in Indian Wells, California. The most comprehensive lineup of experts ever assembled will lecture on the latest developments in UFO studies, government disclosure, […]Read More »

Family Fun: The City of Temecula Hosts Free Special Event for the Summer Solstice

The Festivities Start at 6:30 pm on June 21 at Sam Hicks Monument Park The City of Temecula is hosting a new FREE special event entitled Summer Solstice on Friday, June 21, 2019 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm located at Sam Hicks Monument Park (41970 Moreno Road) in Old Town Temecula. Throughout history, the […]Read More »

Education: 5K Run/Walk Raises Scholarship Funds for Cal State San Bernardino Dreamer Students

Over 110 People Participated in the Fundraiser &  More than $7,000 was Raised  More than $7,000 was raised and more than 110 people participated in the third annual Chasing our Dreams 5K Walk/Run through the Cal State San Bernardino campus held on May 18. The run/walk was organized by the Coyote Dreamers Ally Network and […]Read More »

Moreno Valley: Suspect Arrested for a Gang Shooting on May 6

SWWD_IESN_1200x300.jpgOn Monday, May 6, 2019, about 4:54 PM, officers responded to a report of a shooting in a shopping center parking lot, located in the 23500 block of Sunnymead Ranch Parkway in Moreno Valley. Multiple 911 callers reported a 20 year-old black male adult wearing all black was shooting across the parking lot toward a […]Read More »

Temecula: Police Investigation Leads to the Arrest of a Man for Sexual Assault

  The Incident Happened on May 17th at a Residence Located on Bellflower Lane On May 17, 2019 at approximately 4:22 a.m. the Temecula Police Department responded to the area of Rancho California Road and Ynez Road regarding a victim who had been sexually assaulted. The crime happened moments prior, at a nearby townhome located […]Read More »

SoCal: UC Riverside Researchers Develop a New Approach to Targeting Cancer Cells

New Drugs Target Therapeutically Relevant Protein Surfaces By Iqbal Pittalwala A University of California, Riverside, research team has come up with a new approach to targeting cancer cells that circumvents a challenge faced by currently available cancer drugs. A cancer target is often a rogue protein that signals cancer cells to proliferate uncontrollably and invade […]Read More »

Education: Meet Nautica Rios...A Top Scholar From Nueva Vista Continuation School

Most students primarily focus on school and a few extracurricular activities, but Nautica Rios from Nueva Vista Continuation School has more on her plate than most. Raised primarily by her father who works full-time, Nautica worked at multiple different jobs throughout her school years to help with family finances, while also caring for her four […]Read More »

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