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Disrespect Your Elders?

There are certain kinds of people you have to look at and just wonder how their minds work. Murrieta resident Janice Susan Deutsch, 47, might serve as a stunning local example. She was arrested and charged last month with great...


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Equal Under the Law

Protecting the streets isn’t a job for one man alone. In fact, Riverside County would prefer if the job wasn’t just for men alone. According to The Press-Enterprise, only 9.9 percent of the county’s sworn officers are wom...


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Dirty Tricks

Assembly candidate Mike Morrell Assembly candidate Russ Warner takes a political cheap shot at the competition—and at medical marijuana! The good name of medical cannabis is being impugned in the highly competitive and incre...



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Food Chains

Animal abuse accusations cast a shadow across some of our favorite fast-food choices Ever since the very first In-N-Out set up shop in Baldwin Park over six decades ago, the company’s dedication to simplicity was clear: to se...


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Give ’im a Brake

Schrödinger’s brakes. Did or didn’t they fail? It depends on who you ask: the CHP or the Riverside County DA’s office. According to The Press-Enterprise, officials this week reversed their earlier stance concerning the H...


Aaron Sandusky, found guilty on drug conspiracy charges Friday, standing in front of U.S. Central District Court in downtown Los Angeles. Sandusky, charged as a drug trafficker by the feds and heralded as a medical-marijuana rights champion by many others, and the indictment against him has been a significant case followed by the MMJ community. (Photo by Kayleigh Ashworth)

Miscarriage of Justice! Guilty Verdict in Upland Medical Marijuana Case

Aaron Sandusky, found guilty on drug conspiracy charges Friday, standing in front of U.S. Central District Court in downtown Los Angeles. Sandusky, charged as a drug trafficker by the feds and heralded as a medical-marijuana ri...



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Fighting the Feds: The Aaron Sandusky Trial Pt. 1

Photo Credit: Cheri Sicard (www.facebook.com/cheri.sicard) By Jasen T. Davis Day Three of major medical marijuana case goes to jury deliberation Eight months ago Aaron Sandusky was running three medical cannabis cooperatives i...


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Judge Not Lest . . .

A Claremont Church’s guest sermon comes courtesy of a retired (and lesbian) judge Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Daily Journal —now that’s tolerance!  Are you LGBT and thinking of coming out? Go to church. This weekend,...


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Meat of the Matter

Put down that burger! An animal rights group this week accused a cheese supplier for In-N-Out Burger of cruelty to cows after conducting its own undercover investigation. The undercover video shows workers “viciously beating,...



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Braking Bad

To the Fontana trucking company accused of racial discrimination against its non-white employees—pay up, sucka! The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently announced that it settled a class-action lawsuit...


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Lead By Example

San Bernardino County Democratic Party has a new head honcho—but hold the wine and roses. Despite the fact that Chris Robles, who used to serve on the board of the Los Angeles County Democratic Party, was recently elected to ...


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Smellstruck

The Salton Sea stink—while not dangerous—could happen again That awful stench of rotten eggs permeating the air a few weeks ago was not your olfactory imagination. It wasn’t a problem with sewage pipes, issues at a landfi...



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A Vending Hand

You can buy anything from a vending machine: cell phones, DVDs, Condoms. But in Redlands, city officials are opting for using such devices to dispense needed items—such as medical supplies or shovels—quickly and affordably....


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What a Clown

A Victorville charter school superintendent tells racist Michelle Obama joke Telling racist jokes about President Barack Obama’s wife during a family-friendly event is not a good idea. It’s just plain wrong. Michael R. Hayh...


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Can’t Hardly Wait

It’s been more than two years since 17-year-old Norma Lopez was abducted in broad daylight in Moreno Valley as she was walking from school, and those seeking closure . . . . will have to wait a while longer, according…



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In the Footsteps of Cèsar Chàvez

Photo courtesy of Warehouse Workers United Warehouse workers strike and kick off a 50-mile “WalMarch” Warehouse workers—who have not yet been able to form a union—from Walmart subcontractor NFI Industries went on strik...


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What’s Up, Docs?

They say it’s lonely up at the top—and the doctors at Corona’s only hospital want to make it lonelier still by calling for the immediate resignation of Corona Regional Medical Center CEO Kevan Metcalfe, The Press-Enterpri...


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Undocumented and Unafraid

Photo by Tommy A. Purvis Workshop reaches out to Home Garden’s vulnerable—and immigrant—residents A recent series of urgent meetings in the proud working-class community of Home Gardens led to more than 300 young undocum...



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Calling Erin Brockovich . . .

Ever heard of a dry county? Well, Menifee and Wildomar are experiencing a more painful take on the phrase due to their water becoming undrinkable. According to The Press-Enterprise, people in these towns are getting screwed out...


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Finding the Right Balance

Parents say a holistic approach—no pills, no surgery—to treating autism has improved their children’s lives Although there is debate about the causes of autism and similar disorders, there is no refuting that the number o...


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The Great Pretender

It has been said that you should dress for the job you want. If you want to be a policeman, maybe you should reconsider that policy, especially if you’re a felon suspected to be in possession of a firearm. According…



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Courtesy of the Red (Ink), White & Blue

Not everyone loves Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill in Rancho Cucamonga—and its unpaid bills Go to the yuckthisbarandgrill.org and you’ll find lots of information about the well-known brand of country crooner Toby...


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Breaking Worse

Stephen Kinzey It isn’t always for the best when life imitates art. Called the Breaking Bad professor by The Press-Enterprise, Cal State San Bernardino kinesiology professor Stephen Kinzey will appear in court Oct. 19 and Oc...


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Seeing Red

Corona’s red light cameras are issuing more tickets than ever before It’s no secret that many municipalities throughout the Inland Empire have given a green light to red light cameras. But now, with communities such as More...



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Day of the Shred

Slayer's Kerry King You can always tell people the devil made you do it. And by “it,” we mean meeting Slayer axe-man Kerry King—an IE resident, to boot—during his scheduled appearance today at Guitar Center in San ...


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What a Load of . . . Manure

Norco’s plans for a horse-excrement-powered plant seem shifty The city of Norco sure has a lot of crap to deal with these days, literally. This Riverside county community with a population of around 35,000 residents is also h...


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What’s Up, Doc

A Medicaid Demonstration Waiver is the catalyst for a rapidly filling low-income healthcare plan for San Bernardino County residents known as ArrowCare. The authorized demonstration project for the highly controversial Patient ...



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Spreading the Stink?

Something smells rotten in Eastvale, and it may be what keeps the city going. According to The Press-Enterprise, Norco is having a bit of an issue with its sizeable amount of horse manure (an estimated 65 tons produced a day!)....