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Riverside County (California)

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Top Riverside County (California) Articles

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  • Stepmother of boy accused of killing his neo-Nazi father charged with child endangerment

     
    The stepmother of a 10-year-old boy charged with murder after shooting his father, a local neo-Nazi activist, has been charged with child endangerment and failure to properly store a firearm, Riverside County authorities said....
  • Hybrid wolf-dogs fatally attack miniature horse, lawsuit claims

     
    A Perris man who says his miniature horse was fatally attacked by a pair of hybrid wolf-dogs is suing his neighbor for not keeping the animals properly penned. Christopher Herron alleges in a civil lawsuit filed last week that Cesar......
  • California farmers paid to protect tricolored blackbirds

     
    Paying three farmers to delay harvesting their fields through the nesting season resulted in the protection of an estimated 50,000 tricolored blackbirds in Riverside County and Central California, where the species’ population has plummeted in...
  • CHP reports double-digit drop in vehicle thefts in 2009

     
    Vehicle thefts in the Golden State dropped 15% from 2008 to 2009 in what the California Highway Patrol called the largest year-over-year decrease in decades. There were 169,058 stolen vehicles reported in 2009 compared with 199,766 the previous year,...
  • Judge declares U.S. military's 'don't ask, don't tell' policy openly banning gay service members unconstitutional [updated]

     
    A federal judge in Riverside declared the U.S. military’s ban on openly gay service members unconstitutional Thursday, saying the “don't ask, don't tell” policy violates the 1st Amendment rights of lesbians and gay men. U.S. District Court Judge...
  • 1,000-megawatt Blythe solar power cleared by state regulators

     
    A massive solar project planned for the California desert got the go-ahead from state regulators Wednesday. The California Energy Commission unanimously cleared the Blythe Solar Power Project to start construction. Over the next few weeks, commissioners...
  • Regulators clear nearly 1,000 megawatts of solar for California deserts

     
    Two more major solar projects moved ahead in the permitting process Wednesday after the California Energy Commission cleared the way to construction. The 250-megawatt Genesis Solar Energy Project and the 709-megawatt Imperial Valley Solar Project were...
  • California Supreme Court blocks execution of Brown [Updated]

     
    The California Supreme Court on Wednesday blocked what would be California's first execution in five years. [Updated at 2:25 p.m.: The high court said a separate challenge of the state's protocol for lethal injection remains pending, and the state cannot....
  • 1,000 megawatts of solar power approved for California desert

     
    The California Energy Commission approved nearly 1,000 megawatts of solar installations for the desert Wednesday, adding to a growing list of such projects that have marched in recent weeks through the permitting process. Commissioners unanimously...
  • California calls off Brown execution

     
    State officials called off the scheduled execution of a convicted murderer Wednesday, hours after the California Supreme Court intervened in the case and made it all but impossible to carry out the death sentence. The attorney general’s office had...
  • Kangaroo rats: barrier to development or species worth saving?

     
    The Stephens' kangaroo rat, native to Riverside and San Diego counties, has been blamed for halting residential development and freeway construction and increasing the risk of fire because federal law makes it illegal to destroy its habitat. The U.S....