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Riverside County (California)

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  • 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......
  • 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...
  • Motorist rams SUV into school bus filled with children in apparent suicide attempt

     
    A driver apparently bent on suicide rammed his sport utility vehicle into a school bus filled with children, officials said. The head-on crash occurred at 10:40 a.m. on the westbound 60 Freeway at Pedley Road in Pedley, said Jackie Parent,......
  • Taxable sales plummet in state

     
    Consumers stopped spending in California during the Great Recession, and that's had an enormous effect on the sales tax revenue collected by the state, according to a report out Thursday from the La Jolla-based National University System Institute for...
  • 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......
  • Today is the last day to request a vote-by-mail ballot in California

     
    Today is the last day to request an absentee ballot to vote by mail in California. In Los Angeles County, voters can request a vote-by-mail ballot by going to the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s website and submitting an application no later than........
  • Whooping cough Q&A: Where can I get immunized against pertussis?

     
    With more than 6,000 people infected and the state death toll from whooping cough at 10 babies, readers have asked the Los Angeles Times where they can get vaccinated against the disease, also known as pertussis. Whooping-cough immunizations can be......
  • Family members, friends gather in Oceanside for memorial for teen killed by shark

     
    About 150 family members, friends and surf enthusiasts gathered on the beach at Oceanside on Thursday for what was called a celebration of the life of Lucas Ransom, the UC Santa Barbara student killed by a shark last week. Some......
  • 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...