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  • State Supreme Court upholds death sentence in Riverside County case, but two justices express concern about racial bias in jury selection

     
    The California Supreme Court on Monday upheld the death sentence of an African American man convicted of killing an elderly white couple in Riverside County, a decision that prompted two justices to dissent on the grounds that prosecutors may have......
  • Federal loans available for victims of recent storms

     
    The federal Small Business Administration announced Thursday that it will make low-interest loans available to California homes and businesses damaged in recent heavy rainstorms. The region was hit by a series of storms from Dec. 17 through Jan. 4,...
  • Cooler temperatures are on the way in Southland

     
    The summer-like Super Bowl Sunday –- which brought temperatures into the 80s in some parts of Southern California -- will give way to cooler temperatures this week, forecasters say. Temperatures are expected to be five to 15 degrees cooler by......
  • No Charges for Mom Whose Baby Lost Testicles in Dog Attack

    No Charges for Mom Whose Baby Lost Testicles in Dog Attack
    RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- Charges have been dropped against a young mother whose baby son lost his testicles in a dog attack. Carrie Rae McKinney was charged with felony child endangerment back in April after her 6-month-old son was mutilated by a friend's...
  • Legendary Singer Etta James Gravely Ill

    Legendary Singer Etta James Gravely Ill
    RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- R&B singer Etta James is said to be gravely ill and her husband is seeking a court order to control more than $1 million of her money. The 72-year-old "At Last" crooner, who lives in the Woodcrest section of Riverside County, has...
  • Riverside County Considers Charging Jail Inmates

    Riverside County Considers Charging Jail Inmates
    RIVERSIDE, Calif. (KTLA) -- Officials in Riverside County are considering a proposal to charge convicted inmates for the cost of their incarceration. Under the plan, sponsored by Supervisor Jeff Stone, the county would charge a daily rate of $142 to...
  • AES sells two units to Edison affiliate

    AES sells two units to Edison affiliate
    Two electricity generators at a Huntington Beach power plant have been sold to allow another project to rise. AES Huntington Beach LLC, part of a company that generates electricity in 28 countries, sold two of its four power units to Santa Ana-based...
  • No signs of more red palm weevil

    The red palm weevil, a pest dreaded for its lethal effect on stately palm trees, has been lying low in Laguna Beach, where it was first discovered last year. Although some palm trees have been treated in Laguna Beach as a precaution, the Orange County...
  • Seattle makes list of Top 10 U.S. cities for families

    Seattle makes list of Top 10 U.S. cities for families
    Washington D.C. took the No. 1 spot in Parenting Magazine's latest list of the Top U.S. Cities for Families, the publication said Wednesday. The U.S. capital replaced nearby Arlington, Virginia, which tumbled to No. 70 as a result of changes in the way...
  • Cops: Woman Shopped While Puppy Died in Hot Car

    Cops: Woman Shopped While Puppy Died in Hot Car
    ONTARIO, Calif. (KTLA) -- Authorities say a 19-year-old woman could face felony animal cruelty charges after she allegedly went shopping while her dog died inside a hot car in San Bernardino County. Security guards at Ontario Mills Mall spotted the 1-...
  • Riverside McDonald's Goes Green

    Riverside McDonald's Goes Green
    RIVERSIDE ( KTLA) -- A McDonald's restaurant in Riverside has gone green in more ways than one. The restaurant, located at 2242 University Avenue, re-opened to the public Thursday, bearing green arches instead of the traditional golden hue. The...
  • Nothing new for Pirates

    RIVERSIDE — In its first game in a new division, the Orange Coast College football team was hoping a change would do them good. But it was sudden change that proved to be their undoing in a 45-20 East Conference-opening loss at Riverside...