Tucked behind twists and turns of dusty roads and acres of groves at UC Riverside’s agriculture research station are hybrid trees with golf-ball-size fruit that offer hope in the fight against a disease threatening California’s iconic citrus industry.
Newsom also will propose extending the state’s eviction moratorium, which expires on Jan. 31. San Bernardino County coronavirus hospitalizations climb to record high Walmart temporarily closes Paramount store for COVID-19 sanitizing Coronavirus tracker ...
A 42-year-old Hemet parolee was arrested on suspicion of murder Tuesday, Jan. 5, in the shooting death of a man in the city. The shooting happened at about 6:30 p.m. on Dec. 28. Officers responding to a report of shots being fired in the 300 block of N.
(Bloomberg) — Violent and chaotic protests at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday led several states to close their own legislative buildings, though protests outside Washington remained mostly peaceful. Hundreds of supporters of President Donald Trump broke ...
Burns died July 10 at Riverside Community Hospital of long-term health issues compromised by COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. Burns was a Vietnam veteran, a former Rubidoux High School assistant football coach and the father of DeChon Burns,
The coronavirus pandemic brought a halt to John W. North High School student Denise Campbell’s ability to physically being on the Riverside campus. But she didn’t let it stop her from being on the tennis court.
A School and UCLA football player who joined another man in attempting to rob a Jurupa Valley marijuana dispensary, during which an employee was shot, pleaded guilty Monday to being an accessory to a felony and was immediately sentenced to 80 days in jail and three years probation.