National Signing Day At ERHS

By Christopher Hilsinger-Pate Eastvale– Kids around the country dream of becoming professional athletes. They have the vision of becoming the next LeBron James, Peyton Manning, Alex Morgan, or Mike Trout. On Wednesday, February 7, 2018, 27 athletes from Eleanor Roosevelt High School took the next step in accomplishing their athletic ambitions by signing their letters […]

Miguel’s Jr. Hosts Battle for Burritos to Raise Funds for SoCal Schools

City of Eastvale Corona – Miguel’s Jr. welcomes back the epic Battle for Burritos fundraising competition between five Southern California High Schools now through April 30. This year competition includes Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Santiago High School, Norco High School, Corona High School and Centennial High School and all are competing for free lunch from Miguel’s […]

Chino Resident at Illegal Marijuana Site

Staff Reports   San Bernardino- On August 23, Chino resident, Derek Michael Katata was arrested while a search warrant was served by the Investigators from the Sheriff’s Marijuana Enforcement Team by deputies from the Highland Police Station in the 25470 E. Baseline Street area. Through investigation, the Enforcement Team found evidence of the location being […]

SB County DA Named President

Photo Courtesy: San Bernardino County District Attorney's Office

Staff Reports   San Bernardino– On July 18, San Bernardino County released that District Attorney Mike Ramos was sworn in as President of the National District Attorneys Association (NDAA). This ceremony was held in Boston, Massachusetts and Ramos was honored during the NDAA’s 2016 Summer Conference and National Victim’s Right Summit. The former NDAA President, […]

IE News: Man Hit by Metro Link Train

Staff Reports Fontana– A man was hit by a Metro link train on June 6, at approximately 5:00 p.m. Officers responded to the call in the area of Palmetto and the railroad tracks south of Arrow Blvd; calls reported that a person was hit by the Metro link train. According to Fontana Police Department, “Witnesses […]

IE News: Reckless Chase

Photo Courtesy of Murrieta Police Department

Staff Reports Murrieta– The California Highway Patrol (CHP) attempted a traffic stop on June 1, observing a silver Nissan Versa traveling southbound on I-215 with speeds of up to 80 mph. The suspect was later identified as David Brown, 25-years-old, and resident of San Bernardino. As the driver of the Nissan Versa was exiting Murrieta […]

IE News: Inmate Missing From SB Camp

Staff Reports Crestline– An inmate walked away from a state conservation camp on Tuesday, May 31. The inmate identified as Chad Ellebracht, 40, was reported missing at around 7:30 a.m. from the Pilot Rock Conservation Camp #15 in the San Bernardino County, officials stated.  Dormitory buildings and the camp perimeter were searched by the camp […]

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 […]

Closures On 91 On-Ramp

Photo courtesy: Riverside County Transportation Commission The map shown above is the detour route for eastbound travelers.

Staff Reports Inland Empire-The Riverside County Transportation Commission has announced the reconfiguration of a 91 on-ramp and closure of nearby streets in Corona, beginning on May 16. “As part of the Riverside County Transportation Commission’s (RCTC) 91 Project, the westbound 91 Lincoln Avenue on-ramp will be reconfigured to run parallel to westbound Pomona Road and […]

San Bernardino County Jail Prisoners Sue Over Jail Conditions

Staff Reports SAN BERNARDINO- Two prisoners in the San Bernardino County jails filed a federal class action lawsuit today, claiming that conditions in the jails are unconstitutional. George Topete and Zachary Shovey claim that the jails are depriving them of basic medical and mental health care, and protection from harm.  They also allege that the […]

Inland Empire: Mt Baldy Trails Close After Deaths

By Lyn Taylor MT BALDY– Icy conditions made the U.S. Forest Service shut down popular Mt. Baldy hiking trails after about a dozen injured and stranded hikers had to be airlifted from the trail on Saturday alone, according to aMt. Baldy Fire Department Twitter post. Since Friday, about two dozen people have been flown out […]

Inland Empire: Hemet Man Sentenced

Staff Reports   HEMET– A man who repeatedly threatened to kill a United States Forest Service Law Enforcement Officer was sentenced today to 18 months in prison. Richard Latka, 57, of Hemet, was found guilty by a federal jury in October of threatening to assault and murder an officer who was investigating Latka of dumping […]

Inland Empire: Man Sentenced to 135 Years

Staff Reports SAN BERNARDINO- After jury deliberations that lasted less than an hour, a Michigan man was found guilty last month on nine counts of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child. Edward Thomas, 53, was sentenced for his crimes at the West Valley Superior Court in Rancho Cucamonga on January 19. Thomas received 135-years-to-life in […]

Catholic Church Tagged by Vandal

Staff Reports San Bernardino – County Sheriffs are searching for a male suspect after a Catholic church was tagged with graffiti last Friday, Jan. 8. In black paint, the suspect spray painted offensive symbols including swastikas and pentagrams on the outside walls and front entrance doors. Last Friday at approximately 2:25 a.m., deputies responded to […]

Inland Empire: 91 Project Task Force Seeks Volunteers

By Anne Mayer, 91 Project Executive Director CORONA – Last month, storm damage forced a closure of a lane on the Westbound 91 which made a challenging commute even worse. Although the damage was quickly repaired, the impact it had on the local community was intolerable. The Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) needs to do […]

Inland Empire: Traffic Delays on Archibald Avenue

Resurfacing began on Oct. 7 Staff Reports Eastvale– Road construction on Archibald Avenue north of Limonite Avenue will cause traffic delays over the next couple of weeks. Traffic delays are expected on both north and southbound lanes on Archibald Avenue. A developer in City of Ontario is resurfacing Archibald Avenue between Limonite Avenue and north […]

Inland Empire: A 5-Year Old Superhero

By Sarah Sanchez Eastvale – Whether it’s Superman flying or Spider-Man swinging, every 5-year old has a superhero. But Carter Forsyth is not like other 5-year olds, because Carter is his own superhero, with his “Papa”, Jerry Davis, following right behind him. Carter is an Eastvale resident that is one of 300,000 U.S. children suffering […]

Inland Empire: Sheriff’s HOPE Helps Homeless Mother And Children

Staff Reports Victorville – On Thurs., June 25, HOPE Team Deputies were contacted by Jeremy George from the Victor Valley Rescue Mission in reference to a woman, Tijuana Franklin, who came to their shower program at the Victorville Fairgrounds. Franklin informed George of her current situation – living in her car with her 11-year old […]