9 hrs ago
MURRIETA: 4-foot sinkhole opens when water main breaks
Crews work to shore up a large hole in the street caused by a broken water main in Murrieta on Tuesday, May 21, 2013.
19 hrs ago
California Golden Blogs
Cal Football Recruiting Commit: Tre Watson, Centennial RB
The Bears added their third recruit of the 2014 class earlier tonight, bringing in a new weapon for Pierre Ingram.
Mon May 20, 2013
Lake Elsinore: Corona man dies in wrong-way crash
A wrong-way driver was killed early Monday, May 20, when his car crashed off an Interstate 215 overpass in Lake Elsinore and plunged onto Railroad Canyon Road below.
Fri May 17, 2013
CORONA: This station is a dump
You wouldn't think that city fathers would want people to dump on Corona. And they really don't, with one exception.
CORONA: Black Bear and Cheyenne Autumn Band plays Racks
Jonny Miller, a.k.a. Black Bear, recorded the project's first album, "Trans-Mountaineer" solo after taking commercial music classes at Riverside City College.
Thu May 16, 2013
STUTTERING: Inland group calls awareness to speech disorder
"If you stutter, you're not alone," says Annie Bradberry, of Corona, past executive director of the National Stuttering Association.
Wed May 15, 2013
CORONA: Off-duty corrections officer charged in battery
An off-duty correctional deputy with the Riverside County Sheriff's Department has been charged with battery and elder abuse against a 71-year-old security guard.
CORONA-NORCO: Eight students surprised with $20,000 scholarships
Santiago High School student Yessenia Barron, 17, center, shares her joy with classmate Arleen Vazquez, 17, left, and Roosevelt High School's Melissa Martinez, 17, after the three teens learned they were among eight Corona-Norco high school students to win college scholarships as Broad Prize Scholars on Wednesday, May 15.
Tue May 14, 2013
PRLog US Entertainment
M15 Concert Bar & Grill Greets the Young Dubliners
May 14, 2013 - CORONA, Calif. -- The M15 Concert Bar & Grill is pleased to greet the national Celtic rock band, the Young Dubliners to their venue on Friday May 24th at 7pm.
CORONA: Girl Scouts to honor firefighter/paramedic
Corona firefighter/paramedic Anita Jackson will receive a Special Recognition Award from Girl Scout Super Troop No.
Mon May 13, 2013
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Motorcycle group find restaurant policy hard to swallow
Members of an American Legion motorcycle group said they were turned away from a downtown Oceanside restaurant Saturday when they refused to remove their vests, which identified them as members of the veterans service group.
RIVERSIDE: Driver who killed 2 blacked out, lawsuit claims
Sentiments are written on a picture board for Aniya Mitchell, 7, of Corona, who was killed Dec.
Sun May 12, 2013
CORONA: Searching for just the right (new) slogan
Corona: Flexing for the Future. Searching for a new slogan, Corona could draw on the International Natural Bodybuilding Association Iron Gladiator championships it hosted in April.
DUI Suspect Injured in Rancho Mirage Motorcycle Crash
A motorcycle rider allegedly DUI when he crashed his bike in Rancho Mirage was hospitalized Sunday with serious injuries, authorities said.
Tabije: Our votes, our future
THIS column appears right on Election Day, May 13. Let me repeat my appeal to all voters.
Actron Manufacturing, Inc.: Defense - Company Profile and SWOT Report - New Market Research Report
The profile contains a company overview, key facts,major products and services, swot analysis, business description, company history as well as key employees.
Sat May 11, 2013
CORONA: Girl hospitalized after pit bull attacks her
The unidentified teen suffered injuries to her arms and one of her ears, the Corona Police Department said Saturday in a news release.
Fri May 10, 2013
Dorner Reward: Ranger's claim for payment denied
A Los Angeles judge has denied an Angelus Oaks camp ranger's request to stop payment of the $1 million Christopher Dorner reward, according to the Los Angeles Times.
EDITORIAL: Hits and misses
Bravissimo to Anna Ancheta, a violinist and music educator for more than 40 years in San Jacinto Valley schools, for creating an after-school program offering free stringed-instrument lessons - and loaned instruments - to children who otherwise wouldn't be able to afford private lessons.
Palo Verde Valley Times
Blythe Courthouse threatened with closure
The Blythe Courthouse may be forced to reduce hours or close completely as state funding for court operations continues to be cut.