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|February 10, 2020|
China is spending at least $10 billion to control the coronavirus outbreak and reaching out for medical supplies as the first wave of international experts heads to the disease’s epicenter.
WASHINGTON - The White House on Monday proposed a $4.8 trillion election-year budget that would slash major domestic and safety net programs, setting up a stark contrast with President Trump’s rivals.
WASHINGTON - A new restriction from the Trump administration expected to be published this month will require students to seek new approval at each stage of their academic life in the United States.
RIVERSIDE ?(INT) ?The longer your commute, the more you’re exposed to a chemical flame retardant that is a known carcinogen.
The fossil of a new species of tyrannosaur has been discovered in Canada, according to a study released Monday. The monstrous beast was named the "reaper of death" due to its fearsome predatory behavior.
MARCH AIR RESERVE BASE ?(INT) ?Health officials disclosed Monday that a wave of irrational perceptions about the coronavirus spread.
RIVERSIDE ?(INT) ?The 195 coronavirus evacuees are being released from quarantine and will leave March Air Reserve Base (MARB) on Tuesday.
HEMET ?(INT) ?Marijuana grow houses are becoming more prevalent in the Hemet-San Jacinto-Anza area of Riverside County.
INLAND EMPIRE - (INT) - Periodic light to moderate showers will continue to dampen the Southland until early Tuesday.
BANNING ?(INT) ?Caltrans is rolling out a $210 million pavement repair project along Interstate 10.
MORENO VALLEY ?(INT) ?Results of the city's Homeless-to-Work program have been announced.
INLAND EMPIRE ?(INT) ?There’s more evidence that the meteoric rise in home prices is slowing.
CORONA - (INT) ?A preliminary report is shedding some light into the last seconds of a small plane’s ill-fated take-off.
SAN BERNARDINO ?(INT) ?Beleaguered police have been hit with seven homicide investigations since the beginning of the year and are turning to the public to help solve several others.
INLAND EMPIRE - (INT) - WalletHub analyzed the median credit scores of residents in thousands of cities to determine those with the highest & lowest credit scores.
SAN BERNARDINO ?(INT) ?Voters eager to decide California’s March 3rd Primary have an early chance to cast their ballots.
RIVERSIDE ?(INT) ?The Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) will decide in June whether to place a sales tax increase on the November ballot.
HOLLYWOOD - Parasite claimed four wins at the 92nd Academy Awards, including best picture, best director Bong Joon Ho, international feature film and original screenplay.
LOS ANGELES - Robert Conrad, the athletic, two-fisted actor who starred as Secret Service agent James West and did his own spectacular stunts, has died.
VENICE, CA - Orson Bean, a prolific character actor, died Friday after being hit by twice by cars while walking in Los Angeles.
ROSEMEAD ?(INT) ?Southern California Edison (SCE) issued 2-year mitigation plan Friday aimed at reducing potential wildfire causes.
SOUTHLAND ?(INT) ?In spite of falling crude oil prices, gasoline pump prices are stuck in neutral.
SACRAMENTO ?(INT) - The California Department of Public Health says that 16 laboratories will perform testing for the novel coronavirus in the coming days
HOLLYWOOD - Kirk Douglas, the dimple-chinned “Spartacus?star with the larger-than-life persona, died Wednesday. He was 103.
SAN FRANCISCO - Two flights with 350 American coronavirus evacuees from Wuhan, China, landed early Wednesday.
SACRAMENTO ?(INT) ?The Sierra Nevada’s once-robust snowpack has slipped below the mid-winter average.
WASHINGTON - California gets the nation’s second-largest positive economic contribution from its immigrant residents, says one new ranking.
SAN DIEGO ?(INT) ?Photos are being released of one of the longest and most sophisticated illicit tunnels ever found beneath the US-Mexico border.
SACRAMENTO ?(INT) ?With the arrival of 2020, solar power will be required with the construction of all new homes in California.
Highway Patrol investigators say a 22-year-old motorist tried to use the center median of the 210 freeway in Highland to pass another vehicle, but was killed in a late Sunday night mishap. The victim was ejected from his car, but the drivers of two other vehicles involved in the same incident survived. (INT)
Weekend traffic mishaps across the Inland Empire claimed at least three lives. In Montclair, two adults perished but a 5-year-old boy survived a collision of two vehicles Saturday night at an intersection. In Riverside County, a motorcyclist ran off Highway 79 at Vail Lake Road near Temecula and was killed, Calfire reported. (INT)
Ontario police will be questioning two survivors of a weekend shooting that left a third individual dead. The 19-year-old Perris man died late Saturday night in the 100 block of West ‘B?Street. Details of the incident and names of those involved were not released. (INT)
The coroner has identified two men who died in separate incidents on the Moreno Valley Freeway. John Paul Cardozo, 32, of Hawthorne was killed early Saturday just west of Day Street. Earlier Friday, Alexander Wolverton, 33, of Victorville died on a freeway overpass at the 60-215 interchange. The California Highway Patrol is investigating both incidents. (INT)
No injuries were reported Saturday in an electrical fire at the California Institute for Men at Chino. The fire was confined to the chow hall. Southern California Edison responded to mitigate an electrical issue before the fire could be contained. (INT)
Redlands High School is back on top in the San Bernardino County Academic Decathlon competition, winning its first title since 2011, after results were announced Thursday night at the banquet for the 37th annual event. Redlands slipped past defending champion Rancho Cucamonga. (INT)
Plans are in the works to upgrade Metrolink service at the downtown Riverside station. The Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC), which owns and operates the station, and Metrolink propose adding another passenger loading platform and tracks, extending the pedestrian bridge, expanding parking and enhancing pedestrian access to the station. (INT)
To the delight of thousands of viewers, a second bald eagle egg has been laid in the Grays Peak area of Big Bear in a nest made popular by a live webcam feed. “We are very excited to see bald eagles continuing to successfully reside and raise young in this part of the forest,?said Marc Stamer, district ranger for the Mountaintop Ranger District. (INT)
Riverside County sheriff’s detectives are playing it close to the vest with limited information about an assault case in Romoland. One of two males found inside a vehicle late Sunday has died. (INT)
Vote-by-mail ballots for the March Primary Election are in the hands of Inland Empire voters. Voter information guides are being provided in a separate mailing. (INT)
Another light earthquake centered near the Calico Ghost Town jiggled the High Desert Saturday. Hundreds of people reported feeling the M3.9 temblor centered northeast of Barstow. It was considered an aftershock of an M4.6 on January 24th. No damage has been reported. (INT)
Presidential candidate Tom Steyer planned a stop in Riverside Saturday to open a campaign office. Steyer’s meet and greet was at 4100 Central Avenue. (INT)
The U.S. Department of Justice has closed its antitrust inquiry into the major automakers that have signed on to California’s voluntary framework to reduce emissions. Governor Newsom reacted saying ““These trumped up charges were always a sham ?a blatant attempt by the Trump administration to prevent more automakers from joining California and agreeing to stronger emissions standards.? (INT)
San Joaquin Valley College (SJVC), an accredited family-owned college that offers certificate, associate and bachelor of science degree programs in the medical, business and technical fields, has opened a new campus in Rancho Mirage. The College at 34275 Monterey Avenue began enrolling students in December. (INT)
Brookfield Renewable is downsizing its field of wind generators below the Banning pass. It plans to remove 460 wind turbines at one site in the Whitewater area and another 159 at the Alta Mesa wind farm. They will be replaced with 25 wind turbine generators which will be taller and more efficient. Brookfield says it will reduce their footprint in the Whitewater area while increasing its ability to generate clean, renewable wind energy. (INT)