Stay Sober or Get Pulled Over

Staff Reports Chino- On August 26 a DUI/Driver’s License checkpoint was conducted on Central Avenue between the hours of 8:00p.m. and 3:00 a.m. The checkpoint resulted in the following: 1080 vehicles screened, 3 DUI suspects arrested, 1 arrested for an active warrant, 21 drivers were cited/arrested for operating a vehicle unlicensed or while suspended/revoked, and […]

Independence Day Results Increased

Staff Reports The Independence Day arrests and traffic deaths results have increased since last year. The Fourth of July Independence Day Maximum Enforcement Period covered a total of 78 hours from 6:01 p.m., July 2, to July 4, 11:59 pm. However, this year’s Independence Day Holiday Maximum Enforcement Period was 24 hours longer than 2015, […]

IE News: Bus Crash Injures 21

Staff Reports Highland– On Sunday, May 22, 22 people including the driver were on board a shuttle bus that was involved in a crash on High way 330 in Highland, according to the California Highway Patrol. This shuttle bus was driving southbound on Highway 330 following a white Nissan versa, in which the bus rear-ended […]

Did You Know?

Not So Fast, Not So Furious  Courtesy of the California Highway Patrol From Greased Lighting to Eleanor, street racing has been woven into the fabric of Southern California both in real life and the movies. What is the allure of street racing? Those involved have said it’s an adrenaline rush similar to being on a […]

Traffic Safety Tips For Thanksgiving Weekend

Courtesy of the California Highway Patrol Southern California- Nearly 42 million Americans will take a holiday road trip this Thanksgiving (AAA). Thanksgiving weekend, traditionally one of the busiest travel times in America, can also be one of the deadliest. In 2014, over the Thanksgiving weekend, 45 people died in collisions on California roadways – a […]

CHP Receives Federal Funding to Improve Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety

Courtesy of CHP SACRAMENTO – The California Highway Patrol (CHP) has received a federal grant to improve the safety of pedestrians and bicyclists throughout California. The grant furthers the Department’s mission to help save lives, with a focus on the safety of pedestrians and bicyclists. “We are asking drivers to be courteous and alert to […]

Fallen CHP Officer Honored With Highway Designation

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Staff Reports Los Angeles County – On Mon., July 13, a resolution was passed designating the 1-10 and I-605 Interchange in Los Angeles County as the “CHP Officer William B. Wolff III Memorial Interchange.”  Assembly Concurrent Resolution (ACR) 86 recounts the lifetime accomplishments of Wolff, who was a father, husband, veteran, and a proud officer […]

New Bicycle Safety Law

CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL Sacramento – With children heading back to school, motorists should expect to see more children riding to and from school on their bicycles. The California Highway Patrol (CHP) would like to remind the public that on Sept. 16, 2014, a new law affecting motorists and bicyclists takes effect. According to the law, […]

ERHS to Host “EVERY 15 MINUTES” Program

Information Courtesy City of Eastvale  Attention Residents: Eleanor Roosevelt High School (ERHS) will be hosting the Every 15 Minutes Program on March 20th and 21st. This is a two day event that informs students of the dangers associated with drinking and driving. On March 20th, part of Scholar Way will be closed and a simulated drunk […]