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|November 28, 2019|
SOUTHLAND - (INT) - The first of two storm fronts zipped through Southern California Wednesday bearing wind, rain and mountain snow.
HYATTSVILLE, MD - A final tally of babies born in the U.S. last year confirms that the birth rate fell again in 2018, reaching the lowest level in more than three decades.
WASHINGTON - DHS could not properly track the number of children separated from their families at the border or the number of them who were reunified because the system they developed was not equipped to do so.
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump's administration will pay less to NATO under an agreement reached days before the president is set to travel to London to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the 29-member trans-Atlantic alliance.
INLAND EMPIRE ?(INT) ?Residents are battening down the hatches as the second of two winter storms takes aim.
ONTARIO ?(INT) - Ontario International Airport (ONT) is geared up for the Thanksgiving and Christmas-New Years holidays.
RIVERSIDE ?(INT) ?The Inland Empire’s signature holiday event, the Festival of Lights, is primed for a Friday evening switch-on.
INLAND EMPIRE ?(INT) ?The California Highway Patrol’s Maximum Enforcement Period (MEP) continues until midnight Sunday.
DESERT CENTER ?(INT) ?Strong desert winds were sweeping across the deserts when a single-engine crashed west of Blythe Monday killing the pilot.
ONTARIO ?(INT) ?Cal/OSHA is investigating an incident at the UPS parcel terminal at Ontario International Airport.
WRIGHTWOOD ?(INT) ?Mountain High is the first Southern California ski resort to open for the winter season.
MONTCLAIR ?(INT) ?The dreaded Asian Citrus Psyllid and the disease it carries has shown up in San Bernardino County.
CHINO ?(INT) ?The prescription drug Xanax is finding its way onto school campuses.
INLAND EMPIRE ?(INT) ?Motorists haven’t heard the last of Swarm 60.
RIVERSIDE ?(INT) ?Business activity in the Inland Empire is in positive territory and a new report sees even better times in 2020.
SOUTHLAND ?(INT) ?Four-point-3 million Southern Californians are kicking off the holiday season.
SOUTHLAND ?(INT) ?Just in time for the holidays, the Auto Club says gasoline prices are ‘tumbling?
SANTA BARBARA - Evacuees from the Cave Fire are back home in time for Thanksgiving.
NEW YORK - Most California drivers probably don't realize the DMV has diversified its revenue streams to include selling people's personal information.
SOUTHLAND ?(INT) ?The day before Thanksgiving is one of the worst for parking lot crashes.
With less than a month until Christmas, gift-buying can’t be far behind.
SACRAMENTO ?(INT) - The California Farm Bureau Federation’s annual survey of classic items found on the Thanksgiving Day dinner table is out.
HOLLYWOOD - Disney’s “Frozen 2?iced out the box office competition as family audiences powered the animated adventure to a dazzling $127 million domestic debut.
BEVERLY HILLS - Harry Morton, the son of Hard Rock founder Peter Morton and founder of the Los Angeles establishment Pink Taco, has died.
LOS ANGELES - Actor Michael J. Pollard, known for his performance in "Bonnie and Clyde" is dead.
SANTA CLARITA ?(INT) ?The Los Angeles County sheriff says the weapon a 16-year-old boy used in the Saugus High School shootings was homemade.
SAN DIEGO ?(INT) ?An unusual attempt at smuggling illegal drugs across the Mexican border has been foiled.
Climatologists say the autumn warm spell affecting most of California is not indicative that an El Nino is coming.
BERKELEY - Sudden Oak Death (SOD), a deadly disease for oak trees, is on the rise in California.
A new day dawns Tuesday when four Riverside City Council members-elect take their oaths of office. Those who won in the November 5th run-off elections are Erin Edwards, Ronaldo Fierro, Steven R. Hemenway and Gabriela Plascencia. All will serve 5-year terms. (INT)
An investigation has determined that two female inmates at the West Valley Detention Center staged a fight Monday to get the attention of a female deputy and attack her. The deputy suffered minor injuries. Additional charges are expected to be filed against the inmates. (INT)
Bald eagles, the nation’s symbol, are making a comeback in the San Bernardino National Forest. Annual counts at Big Bear, Lake Silverwood and Lake Perris have shown the wintering population of the species remains level 12 years after the species was delisted under the Endangered Species Act. The annual counts that often reach 12-15 are being discontinued. (INT)
San Bernardino police are without a motive for the Sunday night gunshot slaying of a local man. Officers found Demetri Cleveland, 36, mortally wounded in the 100 Block of East 9th Street. (INT)
?0 Swarm?work is switching to the West End with nighttime lane closures between Central Avenue and Mountain Avenue in the Chino-Montclair area. Beginning December 6th until the 8th, the Pipeline Avenue bridge will be demolished requiring ramp and lane closures. (INT)
The filing period for candidates seeking four seats on the San Bernardino City Council closes December 6th. Voters in Wards Three, Five, Six and Seven will make their choices in the March 3rd primary election. Winners must get a majority of all votes cast or the top two voter-getters in each ward will advance to a November run-off. (INT)
Riverside police are stymied in their investigation into the November 1st assault of a 60-year-old woman near the popular Doty-Trust Park below Mt. Rubidoux. Susan Wagner died of her injuries Monday. Wagner was seen walking on Orion Street between 7:30 p.m. and 8:50 p.m. on November 1st. Detectives are asking for anyone who may have seen the victim, people, or vehicles in the area at the time to call or email them with the information. (INT)
One person perished Tuesday in a wildfire that destroyed a travel trailer at Whitewater. The fire was contained in about an hour-and-a-half after covering 4-5 acres on Mint Drive. (INT)
A December 2nd graveside service is planned for former Perris city councilwoman Joanne Evans. She was best known for her public relations work for Riverside County Calfire and the American Legion. Ms. Evans died November 19th of pancreatic cancer at age 82. (INT)
A Grammy Award-winning music producer was sentenced Monday to 24 months in federal prison for fraudulently using his clients?credit card information to purchase services for his wedding, as well as airline fares and hotel reservations for himself. Anthony Wade Evans, a.k.a. “Devine Evans,?45, of Porter Ranch, was also ordered to pay $34,810 in restitution to American Express. (INT)
With the wildfire season subsiding, the Forest Service is taking advantage of cooler, wet weather to do controlled burns. Several are planned in the coming weeks including three in the Big Bear area beginning Friday. Others covering hundreds of acres will follow in the San Bernardino and San Jacinto Mountains. (INT)
Residents of Lake Arrowhead will be getting some aircraft noise relief. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will be implementing a new flight path away from the mountain resort beginning December 5th. The change culminates a nearly 2-year effort to create nighttime flight path away from population centers to reduce the impact of noise on the community. (INT)