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Lake Elsinore Family Displaced After Fire Ravages Buildings

The two-acre blaze began as a vegetation fire Sunday in Lake Elsinore and burned multiple structures.

What The Duck? Lake Elsinore Hosts 6-Story Rubber Duck Over July 4th

The city of Lake Elsinore will bring the world's largest rubber duck to its shores from July 4th to 6th, 2024, in addition to its annual Independence Day celebrations.

CA Ballot Measure Would Put More Thieves, Drug Users In Jail: State

Voters in November are set to decide whether California should more aggressively prosecute shoplifting and drug use as part of a ballot measure that state officials say will result in more people ending up in prison.

Accidental Gunplay Death Leads To Guilty Plea From RivCo Defendant

A man who accidentally killed a 21-year-old woman during gunplay at a Woodcrest property admitted voluntary manslaughter in a plea directly to a Riverside County Superior Court judge, without the involvement of prosecutors, the District Attorney's Office confirmed Wednesday.

CA Sheriff Endorses Trump: ‘It’s Time We Put A Felon In The White House’

In a video posted Saturday to his Instagram account, Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco endorsed Donald Trump for president, saying, "I think it's time we put a convicted felon in the White House."

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With fires burning again, is California becoming uninsurable?

Thursday marks the beginning of summer, but early wildfires have already scorched the outskirts of L.A. and the Bay Area.

The dirty, dangerous secret of California’s legal weed

Aging yuppies in neon beachwear stand before a green wall with the catchphrase, “You have changed ... so has cannabis.”

Southern California prices are at a record. Could relief be on the way?

Southern California home prices hit a record for the third-straight month in May, but there could be some help on the horizon.

Retired teachers celebrate 95 years of success!

Founded in 1929 and the oldest and largest group of retired teachers in the nation, the California Retired Teachers Association (CalRTA) had a lot to celebrate at this year’s Annual Convention and Delegate Assembly in Sacramento from June 7-9.