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Riverside County (California)

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  • Lindsay Lohan surveillance video: Will sale hurt criminal case?

     
    Video surveillance allegedly showing actress Lindsay Lohan stealing a necklace from a Venice jewelry store is one of several key pieces of evidence in the criminal case against the actress. And several sources familiar with the investigation said this...
  • $6-billion solar industry logs another record year

     
    The solar industry seems to have turned in yet another record-breaking year in 2010, as the total market value of the sector spiked 67% to $6 billion from $3.6 billion in 2009, according to an annual report. Companies installed 878......
  • California students face tight budgets at school and at home, UCLA reports

     
    Principals at public high schools in California report that the sour statewide economy has had increasingly dire effects on their campuses, leaving students to face continuous budget cuts at schools while struggling families deal with the remaining...
  • Riverside County animal services officer rescues cat perched high above a freeway

     
    Officials in Riverside County on Tuesday credited an animal services officer with rescuing a stranded cat precariously perched 200 feet above a busy freeway. The 1-year-old black feline was atop a concrete barrier overlooking the 60 Freeway in Mira Loma.....
  • Marines from the Dark Horse battalion return home to Camp Pendleton

     
    Exhausted yet exhilarated, Marines from the 3rd Battalion, 5th Regiment, returned Monday night to Camp Pendleton after seven months of combat, death and survival in Afghanistan. Hundreds of family members holding signs and waving American flags waited...
  • Riverside County solar project gets $2.1-billion federal guarantee

     
    Yet another California renewable energy project will get financial support from the federal government, Energy Secretary Steven Chu and Gov. Jerry Brown said Monday. The first two parts of the Blythe Solar Power Project in Riverside County were awarded a....
  • Payday loans, foreign currency, Ponzi scheme: Your Weekly ScamWatch

     
    Here is a roundup of alleged cons, frauds and schemes to watch out for. Payday loans – The Federal Trade Commission has filed a complaint accusing two men and their Las Vegas companies of participating in a scheme to unfairly......
  • On interviewing Francine Prose, Susan Straight and Mona Simpson

     
    On the LA Times Festival of Books panel with major authors Susan Simpson, Francine Prose and Susan Straight....
  • Temperatures hit low 90s across Southern California

     
    Temperatures reached the low 90s across Southern California on Monday as high pressure settled over the region. In Los Angeles County, Chatsworth topped out at 90 degrees, Pasadena recorded 87 degrees and Long Beach Airport hit 89 degrees, according to......
  • Neo-Nazi father shot to death by young son, police say

     
    Riverside Police say an avowed white supremacist who once ran for a water board post was shot to death in his home by an unlikely suspect: his own young son. Jeff Russell Hall, 32, was southwestern regional director of the......
  • EPA orders toxic-waste facility on Cabazon Reservation to fix noxious odors

     
    Federal officials Monday ordered the operators of a toxic-waste plant on the Cabazon Band of Indians Reservation to fix problems leading to potentially harmful emissions from the facility. The Environmental Protection Agency said its order requires...