$400K In Unclaimed Money Could End Up In Riverside County's General FundAccording to the Office of the Treasurer-Tax Collector, $417,000 in refunds from 2013 and prior tax years is bound for the treasury. That money belongs to about 550 individuals and businesses, in amounts ranging from $10 to $22,000 per person or entity.
Bill To Penalize Drone Operators Near Wildfires Passes SenateLegislation endorsed by Riverside County supervisors that would establish fines for drone operators whose remote-controlled aircraft disrupt aerial firefighting efforts received unanimous approval in the state Senate on Tuesday.
Supervisor Wants To Offer $10K Reward For Capture Of Reagan Statue VandalsA Riverside County supervisor wants the county to post a $10,000 reward for the capture of the person or persons who torched a bronze statue of former President Ronald Reagan at a Temecula park earlier this month.
After 4 Years, Riverside County Employees Say Goodbye To ‘Furlough Fridays’ After four years, Riverside County governmental employees said goodbye to “Furlough Fridays.”
Riverside County Officials Want To Require Pit Bulls To Be Spayed Or NeuteredThe Riverside County Board of Supervisors is considering a policy that would make it mandatory for pit bulls to be spayed or neutered.
Electronic Cigarettes Banned Inside RivCo BuildingsInland Empire smokers trying to kick the habit with so-called electronic cigarettes will have to do so outdoors, thanks to an approved ban by the Riverside County Board of Supervisors.
Temecula Residents Face Off With Union Workers Over Proposed Strip Mining ProjectHundreds of people in colorful green and orange shirts showed up in force Monday at a meeting of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors over a controversial strip mining project that has been shot down by the county's planning commission.
Vote On Riverside Outdoor Lighting Regulations DelayedConcerns about spoiling holiday displays and hindering agricultural operations prompted the Riverside County Board of Supervisors Tuesday to postpone -- for a second time -- a decision on whether to impose fines up to $500 on residents or businesses whose outdoor lights create a nuisance.