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  1. Early line on 2017 college football season calls for Tide to rise againRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 10 | The Press-Enterprise

    It has Alabama as the favorite, at 3-1. Florida State is next at 7-1, with these three grouped third at 8-1: Ohio State, Oklahoma and USC.


  2. California Chrome, Arrogate and Songbird headline Eclipse Award...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 5 | The Press-Enterprise

    California Chrome and Arrogate will meet once more on the track. Before that, an off-track race will be settled.


  3. Case Keenum's tenure with team will likely end SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 27 | The Press-Enterprise

    The Rams' season started with Case Keenum in the huddle and under center. It will end Sunday afternoon with Keenum on the sideline and out of uniform.


  4. MenifeeHow Menifee is entering a new political eraRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2016 | The Press-Enterprise

    Menifee turned a page its short history as a city this week with the seating of a new mayor who will serve a four-year term. Conducting a grassroots campaign consisting largely of street-corner sign waving and social media outreach, Neil Winter, a retired corporate executive, defeated incumbent Mayor Scott Mann in the Nov. 8 election.


  5. Letters: Moreno Valleya s legal bills are being paidRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2016 | The Press-Enterprise

    Re: "City wants legal fees paid" [News, Dec. 6]: The Press-Enterprise article regarding reimbursement of legal costs by Highland Fairview does a tremendous disservice to your readers by creating highly inaccurate impressions of where this issue stands. The truth of the matter is extremely plain: There is no dispute between the city and Highland Fairview.


  6. Moreno ValleyWhy Moreno Valley is seeking legal fees to defend World Logistics CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 5, 2016 | The Press-Enterprise

    As Moreno Valley has racked up thousands of dollars in legal bills defending the city's approval of the World Logistics Center, developer Highland Fairview has fallen behind in reimbursing the city, according to city officials and records. As of the end of October, the city's legal fees had reached $358,439 but the company - which agreed in a contract to pay the city's attorney costs - had paid $89,510, city spokeswoman Kimberly Sutherland said in an email.


  7. MenifeeHow Menifee mayor quit post in advance of handoffRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 2, 2016 | The Press-Enterprise

    Scott Mann, seen here deliver Menifee's state of the city address in 2014, resigned his position as mayor Nov. 17 after it became evident that he had lost the Nov. 8 election.


  8. RedlandsEmbattled Harmony developmenta s next major fight: Highlanda s ballot boxRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 2016 | The Press-Enterprise

    The Highland City Council has consented to putting the Harmony master planned community before voters in November 2018, reversing course on its approval of the project after opponents gathered enough verified signatures to force a recall or seek voter input. "Now, we the people have spoken," Highland resident John Meyer told the council at its meeting Tuesday.


  9. Appeal filed over World Logistics Center in Moreno ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 14, 2016 | The Press-Enterprise

    The notice of appeal - filed in Riverside County Superior Court Monday, Nov. 14 - asks the 4th District Court of Appeal in Riverside to hear the case. An August ruling denied a request by project opponents to block two initiatives aimed at shielding the the 40.6 million-square-foot warehouse complex from legal challenges on environmental grounds.


  10. Water usage up againRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 1, 2016 | The Press-Enterprise

    Californians saved about 30 percent less water in September than they did a year earlier, and state water officials said Tuesday they might bring back mandated cuts. Overall, communities statewide conserved 18.3 percent this September compared with the same time three years ago, according to data released Tuesday.


  11. San BernardinoWinter blend gasoline on tap; will prices go down?Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2016 | The Press-Enterprise

    Winter blend is cheaper to make because there are fewer processes involved. To reduce atmospheric pollution, summer blend is refined to have less of the volatile hydrocarbon chemicals, such as butane and pentane that evaporate more readily.


  12. How UCLA can salvage a bowl game from its lost seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2016 | The Press-Enterprise

    Before the Bruins stumbled to a 3-5 record heading into this weekend's open date, images of a national championship trophy flashed in Josh Rosen's mind on the same August day the star quarterback graced the cover of Sports Illustrated. That was the opening day of training camp.


  13. San BernardinoSan Bernardino woman shot in August triple shooting diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2016 | The Press-Enterprise

    Wimbish had several surgeries and had not been able to walk since the shooting, according to a police news release. On Tuesday, she was rushed to Community Hospital of San Bernardino where she died shortly after 11:30 p.m. Wimbish's death is the second time this year a person has died months after being shot in the city.


  14. Inland monthly job growth slows but drift is positiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2016 | The Press-Enterprise

    California led the nation in year-over-year employment growth in September but job gains for that month fell short of the previous month, the state Employment Development Department reported Friday. The Inland Empire posted a gain of 6,600 jobs in September compared with the 10,800 that were added in August.


  15. MenifeeWhy Menifee's mayor is staying despite violations, disapprovalRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2016 | The Press-Enterprise

    If Menifee Mayor Scott Mann is to face any additional sanctions for campaign finance violations, it will have to come from city voters Nov. 8. Mann's City Council colleagues this week failed to agree on an appropriate punishment for Mann after the California Fair Political Practices Commission announced Oct. 14 that Mann would be fined $60,000 for using nearly $45,000 in campaign funds for personal expenses. The state commission is scheduled to formalize the fine, part of a settlement agreement negotiated with Mann, when it meets Dec. 15. Earlier this week, Mann said he would not resign from his mayoral post nor quit as chairman of the Riverside County Republican Party, steps that state Sen. Jeff Stone had urged.


  16. San BernardinoWhy San Bernardino police are wearing pink patchesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 5, 2016 | The Press-Enterprise

    Patrol officers, detectives and administration staff have started wearing pink shoulder patches to bring awareness to the fight against breast cancer and to support breast cancer research organizations. "This is a very important cause and another way for us to give back," said Sgt.


  17. OntarioOntario airport transfer backers start countdownRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 4, 2016 | The Press-Enterprise

    In the last public meeting before locals get control, the Ontario International Airport Authority lauded the work done by staff, consultants and the public for the past eight years to get to this point. Nov. 1 - the projected date for the transfer - will mark the first time in decades L.A./Ontario International Airport will be operated by a local agency, the Ontario International Airport Authority.


  18. RedlandsDon't like Redlands' district proposals? Draw your ownRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2016 | The Press-Enterprise

    Draft maps for future City Council districts have been posted on the city's website for public review and comment. The maps will affect the city for decades to come, not only within each district but citywide, said Mayor Paul Foster.


  19. Why Inland tribes declined labor-law exemptionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2016 | The Press-Enterprise

    A bill that could be adopted by the U.S. Senate this year would make it more difficult for labor unions to organize workers at Native American tribal businesses. But regardless of whether the Tribal Labor Sovereignty Act makes it all the way through Congress and is signed by President Barack Obama - which, based on a statement he made, appears to be unlikely - some tribes that operate California's Native American casinos appear to be making it easier, and not harder, for organized labor to increase its footprint in that industry.


  20. Hard Day of the Dead Halloween rave is put to rest for 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2016 | The Press-Enterprise

    "Hard decided earlier in the year not to schedule it this year for production reasons," wrote Alexandra Greenberg, spokeswoman for the promoter, in an email Tuesday. "Preparing for two festivals at two new locations so close together would have been too much of a strain on their resources," she wrote.


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