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Transportation officials today celebrated a $1.3 billion freeway expansion project that will add lanes on an eight-mile stretch of the Riverside Freeway in an attempt to relieve congestion.
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Riverside County transportation officials broke ground on its $1.3 billion project to widen the 91 Freeway as part of a move to ease congestion in the heavily traveled area.
Police on Wednesday arrested a suspected robber the FBI dubbed the "Button-down Bandit," accused of holding up six Southern California banks since November 15. Forty-nine-year-old David Michael Younger, of Corona, was arrested Wednesday afternoon in Montclair, a day after the Pacific Western Bank at 218 E. State St. was robbed.
Phil and Mary Leatherman with their igloo that they hope will appear in the Guinness Book of Records.
Construction to extend Foothill Parkway could begin as soon as February after the Riverside County Transportation Commission agreed Wednesday, Dec. 11, to kick in an additional $21 million.
Carissa Rampley, of Corona, recently had a package stolen off her front porch and even caught the theft on a surveillance camera system.
Assuming We Survive performs at X103.9's Localpalooza competition at M15 in Corona in November.
A 404-unit apartment complex being off Main Street in Corona, shown under construction in 2011, is among recent projects that have added to the city's housing stock.
This car crashed into a house on Second Street in Norco after being pursued by police on Saturday, Dec. 7. A short pursuit of a speeding vehicle from Corona to Norco ended with the yellow vehicle plowing into a house, but the motorists as well as the residents escaped injury.
A fundraiser for injured Santiago football player Jordan Walker is scheduled for Dec. 18 at Corona's Pole Position.
A serial bank robber dubbed the "Button-down Bandit" is suspected of targeting a bank in Corona, authorities said today.
The hold-up occurred around 3:40 p.m. Friday at a Bank of America branch in the 2600 block of Green River Road, according to Corona police.
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