Rialto leaders can move forward with the recent ban on the sale and use of “safe and sane” fireworks Tuesday, June 9, and also initiate the process of banning them outright. Under an order issued last week by City Manager Rod Foster,
Rialto, the last city in Southern California with a curfew in place, lifted its citywide curfew Monday, June 8. Last week’s series of peaceful protests against systemic racism and police brutality replaced earlier civil unrest that accompanied the earliest demonstrations honoring George Floyd.
California mortgage applications in late May rebounded, topping year-ago levels for the first time since March. The Mortgage Bankers Association has released the California slice of its widely watched national loan-application data.
The Inland Empire Resource Conservation District invites young people from kindergarten through 12th grade to enter the annual National Association of Resource Conservation Districts poster contest. This year’s theme is “Where would we BEE without pollinators?
It seems like only yesterday. Americans were denied the right to go to their churches. They were denied the right to visit their loved ones in the hospital. They were denied the right to open their businesses and go to work to provide for themselves and their families. They were denied the right to go to restaurants, to bars, to hair salons. No ...
A second weekend of protests in response to the death of George Floyd concluded Sunday, June 7, with dozens of peaceful demonstrations around Southern California calling for an end to police brutality.
During the altercation, the bicyclist reached into a handbag, and the motorist believed the bicyclist was reaching for a weapon,” Lodes said. At that point, the motorist drove off and the bicyclist allegedly fired a shot at the vehicle,