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What leaving California gets you — bigger houses and more cash

For most of the last decade, California has seen a steady outmigration to other parts of America, one that has somewhat outnumbered the also steady in-migration.

Rare first printing of US Constitution sells for record $43M

A rare first printing of the U.S. Constitution sold at Sotheby’s in New York for $43.2 million, a record price for a document or book sold at auction.

GivingTuesday raises $3.1B for charities in tough economy

GivingTuesday raised a record $3.1 billion in 24 hours for charitable causes in the U.S. earlier this week, as the event that started as a hashtag in 2012 celebrated its 10th anniversary and its status as a staple of fundraising for nonprofits, the group’s leader said Wednesday.

Carla Hall Shares Fun and Tasty Carrot Recipes Perfect for Spring

To celebrate spring, Carla Hall, renowned chef, author, and television host, offers two delicious recipes that make carrots the star ingredient of the season.

As gas prices rise, towns add electric car charging stations

A wave of new electric vehicle charging stations across the country is coming as interest in alternatives to gasoline-powered vehicles is on the rise and could heighten further due to a global spike in gasoline prices.

Group of SoCal counties demand state do more to help businesses...

Despite a slight uptick in COVID-19 cases over the past two weeks, the general trends in Riverside County have all been down and a group of local leaders want to reopen businesses now.

The Fed is going to buy ETFs. What does it mean?

The Federal Reserve on Monday announced a fresh round of stimulus designed to calm markets and buffer the hit to the economy

5 things to check before you buy real estate

You found some land. The location is prime, the view even better, and the price surprisingly reasonable. But only if you pay right away. Should you? Probably not. Sure, sometimes we stumble into deals because the other side needs to act fast. But usually urgency is a sign to slow down, not speed up.

MSJC to Host TEDx Program on Oct. 23

Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) will host a virtual TEDx program focused on "Awareness" at 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 23, 2020. Out of an abundance of caution amid rising COVID-19 cases in Riverside County, MSJC will hold the event virtually, enabling the public to watch and listen to the eight speakers safely on Zoom.

Driving on the Right Side

The Right Side Greetings from the Hemet Car Guy, Recently we took in trade a 2001 Jaguar made in England that needed...