Letters & Opinions

The case for not commuting and making the Inland Empire your place for work

In July 2007, to great expectation and fanfare, the expansion of the 210 Freeway was finally completed. Some of us were roller blading or bicycling on it the day before it opened close to Claremont, realizing how small inclines, not noticeable driving in a car, can take you out of breath if you have to skate or peddle.

Riverside County sheriff blames Prop. 47 for a crisis of his own making

Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco has been among the harshest critics of California’s criminal justice reforms, especially Proposition 47 passed in 2014

Big pharma has become a scapegoat for big waits

Big Pharma is something the federal government has to deal with, and they do. However, there is something more compelling to the guy who wants to see his doctor.

A.I. Is Making the Sexual Exploitation of Girls Even Worse

Kat Tenbarge and Liz Kreutz of NBC News reported that several middle schoolers in Beverly Hills, Calif., were caught making and distributing fake naked photos of their peers:

Opinion: I’ve covered California’s homeless since before the word was used. This is what I learned

In 1980, I reported on Sacramento’s “public inebriates.” Most of them, a few hundred in all, lived in flophouse hotels. But some slept “in the weeds.”