Inland Empire Locals React To Second Impeachment Of President TrumpSome support for President Donald Trump in the Inland Empire is waning as others are standing by the president following his historic second impeachment.
Inland Empire Hospitals In Crisis As COVID-19 Surge ContinuesAs of Tuesday evening, 1,616,591 Riverside County residents, 1,636,522 San Bernardino County residents and 680,605 Ventura County residents had been tested for COVID-19.
Widespread Power Outages, Downed Trees Reported In Inland Empire As Santa Ana Winds Rip Through SouthlandAccording to SCE, nearly 13,000 Riverside County customers were without power. In San Bernardino County, SCE said more than 77,00 customers were impacted.
Southland Fire Crews On High Alert Ahead Of Friday's Red Flag WarningSouthland fire crews were on high alert with high temperatures, low humidity and gusty winds forecast for Friday.
Fire Weather Watch Issued Ahead Of Santa Ana Wind EventThe watch will take effect at 3 a.m. Friday and continue until 6 p.m. that evening.
'Not Fighting Was Not An Option': Colton Man Returns Home After Surviving Coronavirus Battle, 30 Days On VentilatorJoseph Weber pushed his walker to the end of his Colton driveway and took a seat Friday evening. Still hooked up to an oxygen tank, with a tracheostomy tube in his windpipe, the 45-year-old knew how blessed he was to be there.
Sweltering Inland, Mountain Communities Hit By ThunderstormsThunderstorms brought heavy rain to several inland and mountain communities already broiling under extreme heat.
Inland Empire Hospitals Overwhelmed As Coronavirus Cases SurgeRiverside County reported 1,696 new cases and 32 additional fatalities, bringing countywide totals to 28,177 cases and 585 deaths Thursday while San Bernardino County reported 1,012 new cases and one additional fatality, bringing countywide totals to 21,468 cases and 310 deaths.
Workers Say Amazon Not Doing Enough After Racist Graffiti Found At Inland Empire WarehouseAccording to workers, the graffiti started last November and escalated after the death of George Floyd at the hands of police officers in Minneapolis.
Inland Empire Bars, Wineries Rejoice In ReopeningResidents in Riverside, San Bernardino, and Orange counties could venture out to a bar and crack open a cold one Friday night for the first time in months.
Inland Empire Malls Reopen As Riverside County Reports 11 New COVID-19 Deaths, San Bernardino Sees Increase In CasesOntario Mills and Desert Hills Premium Outlets in Cabazon, closed since March, started welcoming shoppers back into stores on Tuesday with an increased emphasis on sanitation and social distancing.
Inland Empire Churches Given Blessing To Reopen By Riverside, San Bernardino CountiesRiverside County officials said that its churches, temples, synagogues, mosques and other places of worship could reopen during the state’s accelerated Stage 2.
Report: Nordstrom To Close Inland Empire Locations In Wake Of Coronavirus PandemicA Business Inside report said Nordstrom confirmed to them that it will be closing locations at the Tyler Galleria and the Montclair Plaza — the only two full-line Nordstrom locations between Riverside and San Bernardino Counties — meaning customers in the Inland Empire would have to drive to locations in Orange or Los Angeles counties.
'You Gotta Do What God Says': SoCal Church Leaders Defy Stay-At-Home Orders, Hold In-Person ServicesPastor Jesse Ramirez said that the church did close for the first few weeks of the statewide stay-at-home order, but opened back up to provide an essential service: handing out food to struggling families.
Inland Empire Steel Company Looking To Fill About 30 Positions Amid Coronavirus ShutdownWhile unemployment claims grow during the pandemic, Rialto-based Columbia Steel is looking for skilled workers to fill about 30 positions.