• High Temperatures Forecast for Memorial Day and Beyond

    Sunny weather and temperatures well into the 90s and triple digits are expected throughout Riverside County Monday, with even more heat on the way. A high-pressure system over the region that will stick around for most of the week is to blame for the above-average temperatures, according to the National Weather Service. Highs for Monday […]

  • Water Agency Receives $200K Federal Grant for Drought Preparation, Planning

    The Western Municipal Water District received a $200,000 federal grant that the Riverside-based agency will invest in contingency planning to blunt the impacts of the next drought. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation awarded the grant specifically to bolster the WMWD’s drought preparation efforts, according to agency General Manager Craig Miller. “Western works hard to pursue […]

  • Parents Concerned after District Closure

    Coachella Valley parents are concerned and under stress as schools and universities not only in the riverside county, but almost in the entire nation are being shut down.  School parking lots will look empty as health officials announced that starting Monday all public schools will be shut down and closed due to the growing concern […]

  • Fire Season Now “Year-Round” in California

    Fires like the 564-acre “Lincoln fire” in Mecca sparked the question of whether fire season is coming earlier this year. On Monday morning, fire officials said fire seasons in California don’t exist anymore, fire years do. “We’re active all year-round now,” Battalion Chief Bryan White, said. “It was an interesting year for CAL FIRE and […]

  • Attic Fire Sparks at Bermuda Dunes Home

    A fire sparked in the attic of a Bermuda Dunes home Monday, but no one was hurt, according to the Riverside County Fire Department. The fire was reported at 1:43 p.m. at a single-family home in the 41000 block of Beadling Road, according to fire department spokeswoman April Newman. More than two dozen county firefighters […]

  • County’s First West Nile Infections of 2018 Confirmed

    Riverside County’s first two West Nile virus infections of the year were confirmed today by the Department of Public Health. According to county officials, a 74-year-old Riverside woman and a 50-year-old Eastvale man were admitted to hospitals for treatment. Both are expected to fully recover. The Department of Public Health said the patients underwent tests […]

  • Sheriff Takes on Three Challengers in Re-Election Bid

    Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff is facing challenges from two department colleagues and a former police chief in Tuesday’s election, and each of the contenders is hitting on the same general theme of making the sheriff’s department more efficient and responsive, while the incumbent points to lower crime rates and decades of experience as his […]

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