A felon accused of igniting two fires that damaged property in Anza was denied a bail reduction Monday, Sept. 19, by a Riverside County Superior Court judge.
A spate of modest-sized brush fires broke out for unknown reasons yesterday alongside a stretch of rural highway east of Palomar Mountain, scorching swaths of open terrain before ground and airborne crews could subdue them.
A felon accused of igniting two fires that damaged property in Anza will ask a judge today to reduce his bail so he can get out of jail.
A 36-year-old man was behind bars Friday, Sept. 15, facing a burglary charge for allegedly breaking into an Idyllwild home.
A hiker was fatally injured Wednesday, Sept. 7, and his friend was seriously hurt while negotiating mountainous terrain east of Idyllwild.
The “blazing heat” that has stifled Riverside County for a week will continue today with temperatures expected to climb even higher, a day after Riverside and Lake Elsinore set new heat records and Idyllwild tied its high-temperature record for the date, the National Weather Service said.
Members of a union representing custodians, nurses, social workers and other occupations in Riverside County government temporarily brought the Board of Supervisors’ meeting to a halt Tuesday, Aug. 29, chanting and formally serving the county notice of an imminent strike.
The first total solar eclipse across the United States in nearly 40 years will occur tomorrow, with partial darkness falling over Southern California, where UC Riverside researchers will be offering residents an opportunity to watch through solar-filtered telescopes.
The upcoming committee meeting for the Anza Area Trail Town is scheduled for June 27 at 6:30 p.m. at Overland Realty.
One person was killed and two people suffered major injuries yesterday in a multiple-vehicle crash in Aguanga.