• Train Car Catches Fire near Banning

    (CNS) – A train car burst into flames near Banning Wednesday before fire crews were able to contain and extinguish it. Fire crews responded at 6:55 a.m. to a train fire near Interstate 10 and Malki Road and found a single unit of the train burning, according to the Riverside County Fire Department. Fire crews […]

  • Palm Springs Mayor Pro Tem Appointed to Transgender Advisory Council

    (CNS) – Palm Springs Mayor Pro Tem Lisa Middleton was among the appointees to California Transgender Advisory Council, whose formation was announced Monday by Lt. Gov. Eleni Kounalakis. Kounalakis said she created the Transgender Advisory Council to bring attention to the issues faced by the transgender community and “bring more understanding of the community.” It […]

  • DSUSD High School Teacher Dies of COVID-19 Complications

    The staff and students in the Shadow Hills Knights community are mourning the death of Christopher Trujillo, who worked as an English teacher at the high school and died of COVID-19 complications. Trujillo was apart of the Knights family for the past five years. In a message sent out by school administrators, Trujillo was described […]

  • High Heat Prevalent During Holiday Weekend

    Most of the Inland Empire will be in the triple digits this Labor Day weekend, prompting the National Weather Service Friday to issue a Heat Advisory, recommending that people take extra precautions while outdoors. The NWS posted the advisory for 11 a.m. Saturday to 8 p.m. Monday, covering all of the valleys in Riverside and […]

  • Riverside Seeks to Hire Vets, Others to Clean up, Improve Parks

    The city of Riverside is seeking to fill 20 newly created positions focused on patrolling, cleaning up and providing other services in municipal parks. The “Park & Neighborhood Specialist” jobs were authorized by the City Council in July, and the recruitment window closes on Sept. 16. Military veterans will receive preference credits when they apply. […]

  • CHP’s Annual Labor Day Weekend Crackdown Starts Friday

    California Highway Patrol officers will ramp up operations on highways and roads throughout Riverside County starting Friday evening to catch drunken and drug-impaired drivers, as well as other traffic violators, as part of the agency’s annual Labor Day weekend enforcement campaign. The “maximum enforcement period” will begin at 6 p.m. Friday and conclude at 11:59 […]

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