Construction Begins on Emergency Turnaround on I-10 Near Banning, Cabazon
From the office of Supervisor John Benoit: Caltrans has started work on five permanent median gate barriers on Interstate 10 that will allow the California Highway Patrol to safely turn around traffic in the event of an emergency that shuts down the freeway.
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BANNING: Wild West Fest returns to ranch
Visitors to the Wild West Festival this weekend will be able to see the restored stagecoach, called a mud wagon, at the Gilman Historic Ranch and Wagon Museum.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
BANNING: Supervisor Marion Ashley makes stop in town
A meet-and-greet event with 5th District Riverside County Supervisor Marion Ashley is set from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 23, at Russo's Italian Kitchen in Banning.
Minimum-Security Inmate Walks Away from Fire Camp Near Beaumont
A prison inmate with one year left on his sentence walked away from a minimum-security fire camp and detention center 10 miles north of Beaumont and evaded capture for nearly 24 hours, authorities say.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
TEMECULA: College offers fast-track business administration degree
A four-year business administration degree will be offered in a pilot program this fall by a partnership of Mt.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Ex-Boyfriend Attacks Banning Woman, Elderly Man, Police Say
A Norco man was behind bars in Banning Thursday, suspected in a recent violent attack of a local woman inside her home.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Beaumont Starbucks Sets Record 'Pay It Forward' Trend
A random act of kindness at a Beaumont Starbucks recently snowballed into a huge giving spree.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
BANNING: Former police chief, manager file new claim
Banning's former city manager and police chief have filed a joint defamation, libel and slander claim against the city, specifically mentioning one councilman in connection with the resignation of the chief and termination of the manager.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Developer's Lawyer Manipulating Banning City Council
This week it became public information that the lawyer for Vanir sent a letter to the Banning City Attorney demanding that Jerry Westholder recuse himself from any further Council decisions on the Village at El Paseo San Gorgonio.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Trio Suspected of Posing as Car Buyers, Then Holding Up Sellers
A man and two women suspected in at least two Moreno Valley robberies in which prospective car sellers were lured to a location on the pretext of making a sale -- only to be held up -- were behind bars Friday.
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Arsonist undergoes medical exam
A Riverside County Superior Court judge has ordered a battery of medical assessments for Steven Taylor Rutherford, 48, of Banning.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Some Banning Students May Have Been Involved in Deadly NorCal Bus Crash, Reports Say
Students from the Pass area were believed to be on a bus Thursday which was involved in a fiery crash in Northern California that claimed nine lives, according to news reports.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
BANNING: Performers present "Broadway to Banning 2 - showcase
Zelyne Rudolph, on left, Ray Rendon, Peggy Murphy and Victoria Walcott are among performers in Pass Area Performing Artists' "Broadway to Banning 2" production.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Editorial: Beaumont council takes good first step
It's rare when public officials deny themselves raises. But that's just what happened in Beaumont Tuesday when City Council members voted 4-0 against giving themselves a 5 percent pay increase of $21 per month, to $441.
BANNING: Town Hall meeting with civic leaders planned
City of Banning is hosting an informal Town Hall meeting April 14 featuring leaders of local government agencies where the public may ask questions.
BANNING: Council to consider interim manager agreement
A retired desert area city administrator is expected to be named interim city manager in Banning on Tuesday, April 8. The City Council will be asked to approve the hiring of Homer Croy as interim city manager for four to six months.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
San Jacinto: Woman surprises burglar
A San Jacinto woman surprised a burglar in her home Tuesday afternoon, April 1, leading to the arrest of two people.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Santa Barbara Unified Sets Public Meetings as School Districts Work on Required Accountability Plans
South Coast school districts are working on the strategic planning document required by the state as part of the new funding formula put in place for next year.
New Banning Town Hall Meetings To Begin April 14th
Town Hall Meetings In keeping with the new effort by the Banning City Council to reach out and involve the residents in decisions which determine the direction of the City, the Council has recognized that the council meetings are too restrictive in time and content for a true back and forth discussion of issues.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
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Woman who poured boiling oil on ex to be sentenced
A Moreno Valley woman who poured scalding hot oil on her ex-husband as he slept, inflicting injuries that left him permanently disfigured, is slated to be sentenced tomorrow to 17 years in prison.