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Overwhelmed by student loans? A free new California program can help you

Student loan debt in California has topped more than $148 billion, and Sacramento wants to help.

He picked up a package and found a live rattlesnake inside: ‘Do I have any enemies?’

It’s not every day that someone makes an attempt on your life.

King Charles’ new portrait elicits interesting reactions: ‘Looks like he’s bathing in blood’

If the British royal family was looking for a public relations win after Princess Catherine’s Photoshop fails, the unveiling of King Charles’ newest royal portrait was not it.

Buying a home in Southern California? There are now more options

For much of the past year, the Southern California housing market has been defined by an extreme shortage of homes for sale.

Southern California woman pleads guilty in $150-million counterfeit postage scheme

A San Gabriel Valley woman who was accused of using counterfeit postage on tens of millions of packages pleaded guilty Friday to defrauding the United States Postal Service out of more than $150 million.

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California voters lose a shot at checking state and local tax hikes at the polls

The California Supreme Court on Thursday took the rare step of removing a measure from the November ballot that would have made it harder to raise taxes, siding with Gov. Gavin Newsom by ruling the change would have upended the way government works.

Riverside County shelters offer free adoptions through “IndePETdence Days”

Starting June 20, the Riverside County Animal Services is launching "IndePETdence...

Drift Smoke Over Southwest Riverside County Coming From Camp Pendleton

Already smokey skies were getting even hazier Thursday in Southwest Riverside County as a vegetation fire burned at Camp Pendleton.

Nurses’ union ordered to pay $6.26 million to Riverside hospital over pandemic-era strike

A nurses’ union was recently ordered to pay Riverside Community Hospital $6.26 million in a dispute over a nurses’ strike in 2020.