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  • Football: Southern Section standings

     
    PAC-5 (I) Moore: Long Beach Poly 2-0, 4-2; Long Beach Wilson 2-0, 4-2; Lakewood 2-1, 6-1; Long Beach Cabrillo 2-1, 3-4; Long Beach Jordan 1-1, 3-3; Compton 0-3, 2-5; Millikan 0-3, 1-6. Serra: Bishop Amat 1-0, 7-0; Sherman Oaks Notre......
  • Neo-Nazi running for seat on Riverside County water board

     
    A well-known white supremacist is running a discreet campaign to try to unseat an incumbent in November on the board of a Riverside County water district. Jeff Hall hasn’t posted any signs, didn’t show up to a candidate forum and......
  • Study Rates 50 U.S. Cities for EV Readiness

     
    A new study rated 50 major metropolitan markets for plug-in electric vehicle readiness, and the leaders include some of the usual suspects ??? and some unexpected ones. The report was prepared by management consulting firm Roland Berger in partnership...
  • 3 arrested on suspicion of defrauding state's aluminum can recycling program

     
    Three people have been arrested in connection with a recycling fraud operation in Riverside County that allegedly bilked millions of dollars out of the state’s recycling program, officials said Wednesday. Perris Valley Recycling accepted 4.4 million...
  • Blythe solar project gets BLM approval in Riverside County

     
    What’s the sunny equivalent of “when it rains, it pours”? Because that’s what’s happening in Southern California, as yet another massive solar plant cleared the permitting process Monday. This time, it’s the Blythe Solar Power Plant, backed by...
  • Man gets 15 months in federal prison for aiming laser pointer at a CHP helicopter

     
    A Coachella Valley man who aimed a laser pointer at a CHP helicopter last year was sentenced to 15 months in federal prison Monday, authorities said. Nathan Ramon Wells, 19, aimed the laser at the aircraft while it was assisting......
  • Football: Week 9 schedule

     
    Thursday, November 4th CITY SMALL SCHOOLS LEAGUE Sherman Oaks CES vs. Douglass at Rancho Cienega Park, 7 p.m. SOUTHERN SECTION BASELINE LEAGUE Los Osos vs. Alta Loma at Chaffey HS, 7 p.m. Rancho Cucamonga vs. Etiwanda at Colony, 7 p.m.......
  • Genesis solar project in Riverside County gets federal approval

     
    Call it the season of solar: Yet another sprawling desert project has been approved. On Thursday, it was the Genesis Solar Energy Project’s turn. With the go-ahead from both the federal Bureau of Land Management and the California Energy Commission,.......
  • Yes, another solar plant approved: Genesis project clears federal regulators

     
    Feels like this fall has been all about desert solar, all the time. Federal regulators on Thursday pushed through yet another large proposal, approving the 250-megawatt Genesis Solar Energy Project for construction. With the go-ahead from the Bureau of...
  • Former 'Bachelorette' contestant commits suicide

     
    Julien Hug, a former contestant on the reality TV show "The Bachelorette," whose body was found in a remote area of Riverside County earlier this week, committed suicide, authorities said Friday. Hug, 35, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according....
  • Riverside registrar of voters dismissed after slow ballot count

     
    Riverside County’s registrar of voters was dismissed Tuesday after county supervisors and administrators expressed frustration with the slow ballot count in last week’s election. Riverside was the last county in California to post election results....
  • Los Angeles region to curb lung-damaging sulfur pollution

     
    Amid a gray landscape of oil refinery smokestacks and storage tanks, a massive pile of neon-yellow sulfur sits alongside the Port of Long Beach. That pile, or others like it, are set to grow considerably, now that Southern California air......