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A Palm Desert man who sexually assaulted two women at College of the Desert was sentenced Thursday to two years in custody but was released on parole because of credits for time served.
A brush fire on an El Cerrito hillside forced road closures in the area Thursday as firefighters worked to douse the flames.
A Riverside County sheriff's helicopter crashed Thursday at Hemet-Ryan Airport, largely destroying the aircraft but not seriously injuring the two-person crew.
A man accused of fatally shooting his parents in their Hemet mobile home is slated to be arraigned Thursday on murder and other charges.
A hearing is scheduled Thursday to set a date for the mental competency trial of a 60-year-old Lake Elsinore man who asphyxiated his wife.
A 45-piece orchestra playing patriotic music against a backdrop of images captured at Ground Zero will be Riverside County's way of remembering those killed in the terrorist attacks of Sept.
I can't shake memories of Trayvon Martin. How can we forget Trayvon? Repeatedly, he has been considered the Emmett Till of my generation.
Firefighters extinguished a string of seven fires that ignited along a two-mile stretch of the eastbound 10 Freeway early Wednesday.
A man suspected of robbing two ice cream vendors and a landscaper in Cathedral City didn't appear in court today, prompting the judge to issue an arrest warrant.
By a 12-0 vote, the county Superior Court jury found the county was not liable in the Sept.
A 78-year-old man who has been hospitalized is the first confirmed human case of West Nile virus in Riverside County this year, said Dr. Cameron Kaiser, public health officer.
A state assemblyman from Riverside County got a majority of his colleagues to pass a resolution calling for the humane treatment of undocumented Central American children who are crossing the border by the thousands.
Waste Management of the Inland Empire's curbside residential trash and recycling and commercial pick-up schedule will be delayed by one day throughout the week of Sept.
Attorneys are scheduled to argue Wednesday whether a grand jury indictment accusing a Cathedral City councilman of embezzling funds from an employee computer loan program should be overturned.
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto praised Gov. Jerry Brown and state lawmakers Tuesday for approving a series of immigrant-friendly laws, saying California is taking a lead role in the absence of national immigration reform.
A Riverside County man charged in three stabbing deaths of pedestrians who were strolling in their neighborhoods will be evaluated by doctors before a judge decides whether he can be tried for murder.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 04:14 am
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