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Coachella 2014 Pre-Sale ticket sales begin Friday
Take advantage of the Coachella Purchase Plan only during the advance sale. These will sell out quickly.
Sat May 18, 2013
Ucr Med needs Uc, not Jerry Brown's, support
UCR Med took it in the chops last week when Gov. Brown, known to have CTS omitted a $15 million yearly appropriation from his latest budget.
Thu May 16, 2013
Coming up -- Published May 16, 2013
Subtitled "The NFL and the U.S. Armed Forces," this touring display from the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, documents the links between football and the U.S. military during times of war.
REDLANDS: Boy Scouts win top honors
The Kodiak Patrol of Boy Scout Troop 11 of Redlands won the highest award in the 39th annual Pop Nye Camporee.
A closer look at meth's ingredients
A report by the state Office of Environmental Health looked at the hazards of exposure to hydrogen chloride gas, specifically when formulated for use in clandestine meth labs, and lists death as the ultimate result.
The Modesto Bee
Beyer High graduate brings history to (his) life
If you attended Beyer High School in the mid- to late 1980s, you probably knew — or knew of — Brian Scott Pfeifle.
Wed May 15, 2013
The Modesto Bee
Modesto teen gives a gift from the heart, raising money for Camp Taylor
Enochs High School sophomore Cambry Hastings knew she would wear a crown and a big dress to her sweet 16.
Sun May 12, 2013
California may bring back classic license plates
California car enthusiasts may get the chance to get vintage-looking license plates for their car, with the state eyeing a revival of the classic yellow, black and blue plates issued from the 1950s through the 1980s.
Sat May 11, 2013
The Modesto Bee
Around the Region
Info: The Catholic Professional and Business Club holds its monthly breakfast meeting.
PERRIS: Museum sets annual Spring Rail Festival
A celebration of Southern California's railway heritage on Saturday, May 18 and Sunday, May 19, 2013 at the Orange Empire Railway Museum in Perris.
Whittier Daily News
Legislative action next step for pro-marijuana advocates
The state Supreme Court's decision upholding local governments' right to ban medical marijuana dispensaries left pro-marijuana advocates to rely on legislative action to ensure patients access to marijuana.
Fri May 10, 2013
Lake Elsinore: 500 students compete in School Games
Lakeside High School's Aspen Ewing celebrates after her 50m race during the Lake Elsinore Unified 4th annual Special Olympics School Games at Lakeside High Stadium in Lake Elsinore, May,10, 2013.
Medical Marijuana: California Supreme Court is holding
The California Supreme Court issued its decision Monday in City of Riverside v Inland Empire Patients Health and Wellness Center, ruling that local governments may ban medical marijuana dispensaries.
Spend Mother's Day at Empire Mine
The weather should be nice on Sunday-a good day to take Mom to Empire Mine. The State Park will be holding its annual Mother's Day event Sunday from 11am to 4pm.
Thu May 09, 2013
Inland Empire Weekly
Food Desert - Inland Empire Weekly
Besides the economic ruin that the permanent closure of the 30-year-old Stater Bros.
Wed May 08, 2013
The Modesto Bee
Focus on Education
WATERFORD TO MEET: The Waterford Unified School District board will meet at 7 tonight in the district boardroom, 319 N. Reinway Ave.
San Bernardino: Inland Empire Reggae Festival celebrates third year
The Inland Empire Reggae Festival returns for its third year at the NationalOrangeShowEventsCenter in San Bernardino on Saturday, May 11.
Tue May 07, 2013
Court: Cities Entitled to Ban Storefront Dispensaries
The city of Riverside's ban on storefront medical marijuana dispensaries is legal, according to a ruling Monday by the California Supreme Court, which unanimously affirmed the authority of any municipality to declare that pot distribution facilities "will not be permitted." The court's 44-page ruling was in response to an appeal by Inland Empire ... (more)
Mon May 06, 2013
California Supreme Court Sides With Cities And Counties On Marijuana Bans
Do California statutes that protect patients from being arrested if they use marijuana also protect pot facilities that set up shop in local cities and counties? In its written opinion released Monday, the California Supreme Court determined local jurisdictions can ban marijuana operations.
San Diego Source
Supervisors to consider expansion of wind energy project zoning
The county's wind energy ordinance will be on the board of supervisors' agenda Wednesday, as it holds a public hearing that could give the green light to wind energy projects in the Boulevard and Borrego Springs areas.