28 min ago
RIVERSIDE: Food trucks coming to downtown County building
In an effort to show off what food trucks can offer Riverside County, there will be a mini festival at the County Administration Center at 4080 Lemon St. in Riverside Tuesday, June 25. Unlike other festivals previously held in the area, this one will not have an entrance fee.
3 hrs ago
The New Zealand Herald
Bar demanding women wear heels makes the most of backlash
A new bar is making the most of backlash it copped from ladies after posting a dress code that demanded women "must have heels."
7 hrs ago
CORONA: Mailbox "fishing" nets 2 theft suspects
An officer spotted the men standing near a mailbox about 3 a.m. Tuesday, June 18, in front of the U.S. Post Office at 1931 California Avenue.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Southwest Riverside News Network
Supervisors authorize distribution of Dorner reward funds
Riverside County supervisors today authorized the payment of $100,000 - to be split three ways - to people who filed claims for a reward for information leading to the apprehension of ex-cop Christopher Jordan Dorner, who went on a rampage in February, allegedly killing four people, including a Riverside police officer, before killing himself.
Uc Riverside: a variety of votes by Inland lawmakers
Budget legislation that directs the University of California to allocate $15 million to UC Riverside's school of medicine received a mixed reaction from the area"s Republican lawmakers.
Gay Marriage Ruling Unlikely to Cause Anti-Gay Backlash
RIVERSIDE, Calif. - Concerns that a U.S. Supreme Court ruling favorable to gay marriage might produce a backlash that would impede efforts to achieve equality are unfounded, according to a study by researchers at University of California campuses in Riverside and Irvine, University of Connecticut and Princeton University.
High Heels Required in Eatery
The Press Enterprise reports that a flyer for June 15 opening of club ProAbition, a 1920s-themed venue in Riverside, Calif., included a line requiring female patrons to wear heeled shoes to enter.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Muscle Milk TWMX SoCal Summer Cup Race Series 2013: Milestone MX
The opening round of the Muscle Milk TWMX So-Cal Summer Cup has concluded and it was another one for the books.
Santa Cruz City
Structure Fire - 828 Riverside
Santa Cruz Fire Department responded to a confirmed structure fire at the rear of 828 Riverside Ave. Upon arrival crews found a detached shed with a well involved fire inside and tenants advised that no one was inside it.
San Jose Mercury News
California man fatally crushed by cows at dairy farm
The San Bernardino County Coroner's office says in a statement Sunday that 28-year-old Winston Perez died in a hospital after undergoing surgery for severe internal injuries.
Researchers Identify Sleep Mechanism That Plays A Role In Emotional Memory
Sleep researchers from University of California campuses in Riverside and San Diego have identified the sleep mechanism that enables the brain to consolidate emotional memory and found that a popular prescription sleep aid heightens the recollection of and response to negative memories.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
RIVERSIDE: Retiring councilwoman ready for a break, new challenges
Riverside Councilwoman Nancy Hart is retiring after three terms representing Ward 6. Councilman-elect Jim Perry, who replaces Hart, will be sworn in Tuesday, June 18. Nancy Hart's more than two decades in elected office will end Tuesday, June 18, when she steps down after three terms on the Riverside City Council and, previously, nine years on the ... (more)
Sat Jun 15, 2013
RIVERSIDE: Eighth-grader wins National History Day
Rachel Priebe, of Riverside, meets television newscaster Tom Brokaw in January at the National World War II Museum event, to which she was invited based on her Salute to Freedom award from the museum for her 2012 National History Day project.
LA Daily News
Breweries opening up across the Inland Empire
A few weeks back, we told you of a new brewery in La Verne, but it's by no means the only one.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
RIVERSIDE: Utility tax questioned
Riverside City Hall critics who opposed the water fund transfer that voters approved this month are now taking aim at another source of city revenue: the utility users tax.
Riverside County: Revenue bump expected for first time in years
"The county has survived the 'Great Recession,'" Riverside County Executive Officer Jay Orr wrote in a memo to the Board of Supervisors.
RIVERSIDE: Foundation appoints Jane Clark Cullen Internship
This hotel guest register is one of an extensive collection of materials to be archived by the Mission Inn Foundation as a part of the Jane Clark Cullen Internship.
KESQ-TV Palm Desert
Democratic leader in Riverside apologizes for racist comment
The chairman of the Riverside County Democratic Central Committee has apologized for referring to the black character "Stepin Fetchit," who is considered by many to be a racist caricature.
AsterixDB Unveiled for Big Data Management
Faculty at the University of California, Irvine's Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences have created a new technology that helps users to better store and make sense of "Big Data," maximizing the benefits of the roughly 2.5 quintillion bytes of online information generated every day.