• City of Banning to handle its own stray animals

     A contract between Riverside County Animal Services with the city of Banning expired on June 30.  That means the county’s animal control officers will not be patrolling Banning city limits from now on. The city is now handling its own strays and the pets will be heading to the city’s shelter.  Pet owners seeking to […]

  • CHP to Intensify Patrols for Holiday Weekend Campaign

    The California Highway Patrol will ramp up operations on highways, freeways and roads throughout Riverside County beginning Friday evening and continuing through the Memorial Day weekend to snare drunken and other unsafe drivers as part of a statewide campaign. Beginning at 6 p.m. Friday, the CHP will initiate its holiday weekend “maximum enforcement period,” during […]

  • CHP to Intensify Patrols for Holiday Weekend Campaign

    The California Highway Patrol will ramp up operations on highways, freeways and roads throughout Riverside County this Memorial Day weekend to snare drunken and other unsafe drivers as part of a statewide campaign. Beginning at 6 p.m. Friday, the CHP will initiate its holiday weekend “maximum enforcement period,” during which all available officers hit the […]

  • Riverside County approve Sheriff’s request to hike rates

    The Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco’s request to hike the blanket rate charged to 16 cities and other contract entities for the use of patrol deputies and support services. The 4.74% increase is retroactive to July 1, 2020, and is needed to recoup higher costs incurred by the department, according […]

  • CHP Officers Save Suspect Suffering Opioid Overdose During Arrest

    BANNING (CNS) – Two California Highway Patrol officers may have saved a 21-year-old man from fatally overdosing on opioids during a recent arrest in Banning, authorities said Tuesday. “Our officers’ roles changed from enforcement to guardians in the blink of an eye, ” CHP Officer Matt Napier said. Juan Balvin of La Puente was arrested […]

  • CHP: Safety Is Top Priority During Thanksgiving Weekend Travel

    RIVERSIDE (CNS) – Drive safe and sober during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend or face consequences, the California Highway Patrol warned Monday. The agency will initiate its annual Thanksgiving “maximum enforcement period” beginning at 6 p.m. Wednesday, when all available officers will deploy to catch drunk or drug-impaired drivers, speeders and other traffic violators. The MEP […]

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