Board formally adopts Riverside county budget

RIVERSIDE – The Riverside County Board of Supervisors formally adopted the $5.5 billion budget, Sept. 26, which it tentatively approved in July, locking in additional funding support for county public safety agencies that began the fiscal year projecting multimillion-dollar shortfalls. In a 5-0 vote without comment, the board finalized appropriations levels for 2017-2018, while still […]

Deer hunting season set to kick off near Aguanga and Anza

Deer hunting season set to kick off near Aguanga and Anza

It’s that time of year again. The crisp, frosty mornings, the promise of autumn storms and the scent of sage in the air mean the D-19 zone General Deer hunt is here, begin ing at dawn Saturday, Oct. 7, and ending at sunset, Nov. 5. Zone D-19 encompasses an enormous area, including portions of Riverside, San Diego and […]

Seminar at Michelle’s Place in Temecula to discuss impacts of 3D mammography on breast cancer detection

Seminar at Michelle’s Place in Temecula to discuss impacts of 3D mammography on breast cancer detection

Three breast health doctors are scheduled to discuss how 3D mammography is improving early breast cancer detection at a breast cancer resource center in Temecula on Oct 19. Medical doctors Tchaiko Parris, Amy Bremner and Vishtasb Arizand will present information on 3D mammography, also known as tomosynthesis, during a free seminar starting at 6 p.m. […]

Dozens killed, hundreds injured in Vegas shooting

A Riverside Poly High School graduate was among those killed in Las Vegas in the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, which also left two Riverside County sheriff’s deputies wounded, one seriously. The Riverside Unified School District released a statement Monday confirming that Angela Gomez, who graduated from Poly High in 2015, was killed in […]