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SoCal: Jurors Give the Death Penalty to the Man who Kidnapped & Murdered 17 Year Old Norma Lopez in 2010

Jurors today, March 20, 2019, decided that the man they found guilty of the 2010 murder of 17-year-old Norma Lopez in Moreno Valley should be sentenced to death. On March 13, 2019, the seven-man, five-woman jury found Jesse Perez Torres, 42, of Long Beach guilty of one count of first-degree murder and jurors found the […]Read More »

Lake Elsinore: 65-Year Old Pedestrian from Perris Killed in a Hit & Run Tuesday Night

SWWD_IESN_1200x300.jpgOn Tuesday, March 19 at approximately 8:12 pm a 65-year-old Perris man crossing an unlit stretch of Highway 74 east of Lake Elsinore. He was fatally struck by a hit-run driver according to the California Highway Patrol. The pedestrian attempted to cross from the north right shoulder to the center median when he was struck […]Read More »

Temecula: The California Highway Patrol's "Start Smart" Class for Teen Drivers & Parents is Thursday, March 28

A teenager is killed in a traffic collision every four hours nationwide. That equates to more than 1,870 teenagers killed each year. Another 184,000 teenagers are injured in traffic collisions. These deaths and injuries can be substantially reduced or prevented by eliminating high-risk driving behaviors through education. The California Highway Patrol’s (CHP) “Start Smart” program […]Read More »

Temecula: Pechanga Resort Casino Needs to Fill More than 100 Jobs before Summer

The Temecula Resort’s Job Fair is on Wednesday, April 3 in the Summit Events Center Pechanga Resort Casino needs to fill more than 100 jobs as it gears up for the busy spring and summer resort season. Lifeguards, pool supervisors, pool cocktail servers, aquatic technicians and many more are encouraged to apply and attend the […]Read More »

Lake Elsinore: Walker Canyon Reopened for the 2019 Super Bloom Viewing

Parking is Limited & Visitors Asked to Keep the Area Clean and Beautiful The Walker Canyon poppy fields reopened in Lake Elsinore Monday after closing Sunday after an estimated 100,000 people flocked to the wildflower viewing area. On Saturday the crowd numbered over 50,000, and approximately 20,000 visited each day of the previous weekend. The […]Read More »

College Baseball: UC Riverside Loses Series Finale to Tulane 10-0

The Highlanders Traveling to Las Vegas to face UNLV in a two-game series on March 26th The UC Riverside Baseball team was unable to come away with a series win on Sunday against Tulane after splitting a doubleheader on Saturday. Beating the Green Wave 10-1 in the second game of the doubleheader, the Highlanders (7-13) […]Read More »

SoCal: UC Riverside Brings Back the Pow Wow Princess Tradition

After a 22-Year Hiatus, Katianna Warren is the Second Princess Since the Competition was Reinstated in 2017 By Sandra Baltazar Martinez Katianna Warren is committed to promoting her Native American culture and proudly talking about what higher education means. To her, both go hand-in-hand. Warren, a 20-year-old college student from Antelope Valley, is the second […]Read More »

SoCal: Cal State San Bernardino Students Meet with State Legislators as Part of Student Advocacy Summit

Students from Cal State San Bernardino were among the group of students from the 23 California State University system campuses to attend the annual California Higher Education Student Summit (CHESS) held in Sacramento recently. As part of the March 9-11 conference held by the Cal State Student Association (CSSA), the 11 CSUSB students participated in […]Read More »

SoCal: City of Riverside Broke Ground on the New Main Library Monday

The New Facility Scheduled for Completion in July 2020 The City of Riverside will broke ground Monday on a new Main Library that is scheduled for completion in July 2020. The ceremony was held at 1:30 pm at the new library site on Fairmount Boulevard between Mission Inn and University avenues. Crews installed a construction […]Read More »

Riverside: The City Launches Bike Riverside, the City’s First Bike Share Program

The Program Gives the Public Access to 55 Electric Pedal Assist Bikes that can be used for short trips in the Downtown Areas Just finished up at the courthouse and heading to The Mission Inn? There’s a bike waiting for you. Classes over at Riverside City College and you want to grab a bite at […]Read More »

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