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$65 Million Railroad Project Approved by Riverside County Board of Supervisors On July 20th, the Riverside County Board of Supervisors approved a Railroad Grade Separation Project. The project will separate the railroad grade from the road at the intersection of Jurupa Road and Van Buren Boulevard in Jurupa Valley.
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7/20 KVCR Midday News: IE Jobless Rate, Jerry Lewis Memorial, STI Cases During the Pandemic, & More Monday through Thursday at lunchtime, KVCR News has your daily news rundown. Stories highlighted today include: Funeral arrangements are set for former Congressman Jerry Lewis, one of the Inland Empire’s longest serving politicians. The region’s 7.9% jobless rate for June turned upward for the first time this year. At least 10 counties are urging people to wear masks indoors, to slow the spread of the delta variant to unvaccinated people. During the pandemic, many health issues besides COVID-19
$65 Million Railroad Project Approved by Riverside County Board of Supervisors On July 20th, the Riverside County Board of Supervisors approved a Railroad Grade Separation Project. The project will separate the railroad grade from the road at the intersection of Jurupa Road and Van Buren Boulevard in Jurupa Valley.
Teen Hikers Missing on Mt Baldy Air Lifted to Safety Two teenage hikers who went missing on Mount Baldy were found safe Tuesday. They were part of a group of 51 students from Downey High School’s soccer and lacrosse teams that were led on a hike by two coaches and a teacher. Monday evening, San Bernardino County Sheriff’s responded to a call that some of the hikers were unable to make it out safely. A helicopter crew brought 10 students and three adults down from the mountain. At that time, two hikers, a 15-year-old girl and 16-year-old boy, were
Celebration of Life Announced for Former Congressman Jerry Lewis A celebration of life for former Congressman Jerry Lewis, one of the Inland Empire’s longest serving politicians, will be on Thursday, August 5 at 10:00 a.m. at the University of Redlands Chapel. Lewis died at his Redlands home on July 15. He was 86. Lewis’ political career started with a post as a local school board member. He then moved to the California State Assembly, followed by representing San Bernardino County in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1979 to 2013. Among his achievements
Reps. Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Green Host Protest at Riverside City Hall On Saturday, Republican Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz and Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene held a protest outside Riverside City Hall.
Riverside County COVID-19 Hospitalizations On The Rise According to new information released by the Riverside University Health System, Riverside County COVID-19 hospitalizations are on the rise.
Friday News Wrap With Cassie MacDuff: CA Budget Surplus; One IE Congressman; Warehouses; And More Longtime Inland Empire journalist and KVCR news contributor Cassie MacDuff and KVCR's Jessica Greenwell review some of the big Inland Empire news stories from the past week: 1. Will Some of California's Multi-billion Dollar Surplus Benefit the IE? 2. A Discussion About A Rising IE Star in the House of Representatives. 3. An Update on Warehouses and Logistics in the Region. THIS SEGMENT IS MADE POSSIBLE BY THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NEWS GROUP, PUBLISHER OF THE PRESS-ENTERPRISE , SAN BERNARDINO SUN
Dutch Bros. Coffee Opens Yucaipa Location Dutch Bros. Coffee opened its first IE location in Yucaipa today. KVCR's Jonathan Linden has the story.
Endangered Mountain Frogs Get a Second Chance in San Bernardino National Forest Hundreds of endangered frogs were re-introduced into the San Bernardino National Forest on July 8. KVCR’s Megan Jamerson has more on the project to save Southern California’s population of Mountain Yellow-Legged frogs. In video footage released by the San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance, a team of scientists can be seen squatting near a pool of water in the San Jacinto mountains. They are holding those plastic containers with purple lids that you store leftovers in. With the tops off, dozens of tiny
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