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Secretive Security

Army conducts invasive and undercover exercises in Fairmount Park Black unmarked helicopters, secret military training operations and other “conspiracy theories” make for good Hollywood films, riveting suspenseful novels, c...


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Underage Exploitation

Lynwood man pleads guilty to sex trafficking teenage girls 29-year-old Paul Edward Bell, from Lynwood, was about to go on trial facing federal charges of sex trafficking. But instead, on January 14, he plead guilty to two count...


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Swine Flu is Back

Kicking ass and taking lives Gather up the tissues, a cup of tea and a bowl of grandma’s chicken soup, because the dreaded flu season has reared its ugly head once again and many people are sick, or are taking…



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Death and Dismay

A murderous father finally gets sentencing On December 19, a Riverside County jury opted to put a man to death, for the 2001 murder of his own two-month-old baby girl, Montana. The little girl was killed by her father, 39-year-...


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Outbreak in the IE

TB scares in local High Schools The Riverside County Department of Public Health has had its hands full in the past couple of months, with tuberculosis scares at two IE area high school campuses that has affected around 1,400 s...


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High School Drug Busts

Riverside County Officials are targeting the younger drug market in recent undercover investigations A real life 21 Jump Street scenario played itself out at two IE area high school campuses earlier this month. The Riverside Co...



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The Food Truck Era

Gourmet food trucks are tolerable in Riverside County—finally! Hardcore foodies in the Inland Empire will be happy to learn that gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, sweet and savory cupcakes, Asian style grilled meat tacos and...


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Black Friday Madness in the IE

Sales, shootings and stabbings—what the holidays are all about As thousands of eager, rabid shoppers gathered at retail stores across the country for the annual Black Friday discount deals, hundreds of others also congregated...


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Food, Glorious Food

The IE is no stranger to poverty and hunger, but we’ve got big-hearted organizations to help us stay full this holiday season With the annual Thanksgiving holiday feast upon us, local food banks will step up and help to feed&...



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Unsolved Murders in the Desert

Fallbrook family found in Victorville after years of searching Last week, a motorcyclist in San Bernardino County made a horrific discovery of a shallow grave containing human remains. The bodies were found in the Mojave Desert...


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Fighting for Their Lives

Chemical poisoning in Wildomar homes It has been over a year, since a group of residents in the Riverside County town of Wildomar have voiced their frustration, fear and concern over contaminants in their homes they claim is af...


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Resolved Retribution

Boy who shot neo-Nazi father is sentenced to state lockup On Oct. 31, a 13-year-old from Riverside was sentenced to be placed under the custody of the Dept. of Juvenile Justice, and sent to a state detention facility, for kill...



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Transparent Efforts

Chaffey College representatives  have recently stepped into some murky waters Students and faculty at Chaffey College have been exposed to what would seem like any institution’s fair share of allegations, insinuations and co...


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Impatient Patients are Taking Action

Murrieta’s ban on MMJ is causing backlash Whether you’re for it or against it, support for the legalization of medical and recreational cannabis is at an all time high, nationwide. Not only do 20 out of 50 states—and the ...


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Modifications for a reputable IE publication

The PE goes OC? As the demand for print news has seen a drastic decline over the past few decades, due to the rise of content on the internet, newspapers are facing very difficult times indeed. Print newsrooms across the…



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Shut Out and Shutdown

The foreseeable impact on IE and what is really going on We are now entering the second week of a partial Federal Government shutdown, which has no apparent end in sight. The last Federal Government shutdown was 17 years ago,&h...


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Take Pity

Riverside’s new aggressive attitude toward pit bulls may be too strict Recent news reports across the country, and in Southern California, of pit bulls attacking, injuring and in some cases killing people (and pets) has spark...


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Discrimination and Disrespect

Corona business shames girl with autism According to the Centers for Disease Control, one in every 88 children is identified as having an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Many children and adults with Autism function with the he...



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Corona Casualties

Gang-related violence at the Home Gardens Library raises concerns Back in June, a teenage girl was seriously injured in a gang-related fight that erupted in the Home Gardens Library. Some residents now say the small community o...


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Victory or Violation?

Hesperia Assemblyman Tim Donnelly and AB 1266 When Gov. Jerry Brown signed AB 1266 into law in August, members of the LBGT community, including many transgender students, rejoiced at the legislation, which will allow all studen...


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Transgender Travesty in Fontana

Unresolved homicide befuddles and bewilders Fontana Police say that a suspect in the murder of a transgender woman, who was brutally beaten in her apartment late last month, is on the run, and the police department is in need o...



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Old-Fashioned Streetcars for the “City of Innovation?”

Cal Trans grant helps Riverside improve transit The city of Riverside might experience a blast from the past when it comes to options in public transportation. According to several recent, local news reports, Mayor Rusty Bailey...


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Sextortion Scandal for Miss Teen USA?

Newly crowned Wolf gets to handle more than just her crown Despite winning the Miss Teen USA competition earlier in August, Cassidy Wolf is apparently dealing with a nightmare of a scenario. According to the Los Angeles o...


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Senseless Slaughters

Some closure for triple homicide is finally within reach Authorities in Riverside County say they have apprehended a male suspect in connection with three unsolved homicides in the cities of Perris and Nuevo. According to River...



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The Blue Collar Holler

Ontario Walmart warehouse workers are fed up When times are tough, the last thing workers want to do is go on strike. But that is just what happened last week for one day, when on Wed. July 24, a group…


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Bash Mobs in San Bernardino

The latest in terrifying riots Over a week ago, when a Florida jury found George Zimmerman not guilt of murder in the shooting death unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin in Feb., 2012, major cities around the country staged protests...


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Excessive Force?

Anti-Gang Efforts in Rancho Cucamonga are “completely unnecessary” More jail time might be on the docket for those found guilty of far reaching injunctions and felony enhancement crimes, if the conclusion found in the “Ga...



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Failing Grade?

Student loan rates are making going back to college more freakin‘ expensive If you’re in college, enjoy your worry-free summer vacation . . . while it lasts. When the fall semester begins in a few weeks, it will be more&hel...