Effective immediately the evacuation orders for the following areas in Riverside County are lifted: all areas east of Oak Glen Road in Riverside County; all areas west of Potrero Road and north of Wilson Street in Riverside County.
The Apple Fire is continuing to spread to the north across the head of the Mill Creek Canyon, and east into the San Gorgonio Wilderness, authorities said Tuesday.
The Apple fire has burned over 20,516 acres with no containment, San Bernardino National Forest authorities said, a reversal from an earlier assessment of 12% containment.
As many of our local residents know, Interstate 10 (I-10) through the San Gorgonio Pass Area from Pennsylvania Avenue in Beaumont to State Route 111 towards Palm Springs is in the process of undergoing a massive overhaul to increase the usability, effectiveness, and overall safety of the roa…
A brush fire near off of Hwy 60 and Jackrabbit Trail, west of Beaumont was reported around 4 p.m., and by 5:39 p.m. had grown to about 20 acres and is 0 percent contained.
Due to the ongoing threat of COVID-19, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced today, that California schools will start the new school year with distance learning.
This afternoon Gov. Gavin Newsom decreed to all counties in California that indoor operations of dine-in restaurants, wineries and tasting rooms, movie theaters, family entertainment centers such as bowling alleys, batting cages and arcades; zoos and museums, personal care services such as n…
- Mandatory evacuation ordered for Banning residents due to Apple Wildfire
- Some Beaumont property owners will save in property taxes
- Apple fire at 26,450 acres, flames burn through dry vegetation in San Gorgonio Wilderness
- Fire destroys LithoPass buidling in Banning, no injuries
- Apple fire scorches 1,900 acres
- The Lakes extra cautious after resident tests positive for COVID-19
- I-10 crossover towards Palm Springs from Beaumont, CHP requests drivers to watch speed
- Apple fire at more than 20,000 acres, 0% containment
- Big dog in a small dog park
- Apple fire grows to 15,000 acres, burns at 12% containment
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On May 28 shortly before 3 a.m., officers of the Banning Police Department were dispatched to the Chevron station at 3230 W. Ramsey St. in Banning in response to an armed robbery that just been reported. A suspect was described by the gas station employee as a Hispanic male adult, approximat…
Banning's city manager Doug Schulze has rescinded an emergency proclamation that originally would have imposed a seven-day evening curfew throughout the city.
All short-term lodging is prohibited throughout Riverside county until at least April 30 as ordered by the county’s public health officer, Dr. Cameron Kaiser.
The death of a 25-year-old pharmacy technician from novel coronavirus has health officials warning the community that COVID-19 can be deadly for all and not just those who are elderly.
The Beaumont Police Department warned residents this week about coronavirus scams. Scammers are preying on concerns about the new virus and stealing information and asking for money.
Free food vouchers are available for the food sharing event taking place from 10 a.m. to noon Friday Nov. 22 in the parking lot behind Highland Springs Medical Plaza, 81 S. Highland Springs Ave.
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has cancelled two Riverside visits on Thursday after undergoing a heart procedure for a blocked artery on Wednesday.
On Sept. 5 shortly after 1 p.m., Mitchell Finesod, a 55 year-old man from Cathedral City, was driving a white 1993 Corvette westbound on SR-60 approximately 2 miles east of Gilman Springs Road.
On Tuesday, Sept. 3, shortly before 3 p.m., Banning Police received a call in regards to a minor who was grabbed by an unknown subject and pulled into a van.
No one wanted to point a finger publicly and accuse Banning City Councilman Don Peterson as being the focus of its latest investigation released in June.
On June 21 just before 7 a.m., Ranvir Singh, a 23-year-old man from Lathrop, California, was driving a white, 2019 Volvo truck tractor, pulling a 2019 Utility trailer westbound on I-10. In the truck with Singh was 20-year-old Gurpreet Kaur, a woman, also from Lathrop. Kaur was in the sleeper…
On June 16, 2019, at approximately 7:11AM, a 57 year-old woman from Brawley, Calif., was driving a black 2003 Ford Explorer westbound on I-10, west of the Whitewater rest area.
On June 14 at approximately 1:20 a.m., a 16-year-old boy from Banning was driving a 2016 Polaris side-by-side utility task vehicle southbound on Potrero Road.
Work began June 10 to widen 4.5 miles of State Route 60 from Gilman Springs Road to 1.4 miles west of Jack Rabbit Trail within the “Badlands” area of unincorporated Riverside County.
The Department of Waste Resources assisted the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department by handling the disposal and immediate burial of marijuana eradicated from more than 100 illegal grow locations in the Anza Valley on Wednesday, June 5.
Banning Police Department seek help in finding the person responsible for a hit and run in front of the Banning Post Office near the corner of Alessandro Road and Williams Street around 4:30 p.m. today.
A truck fire caused a traffic shutdown on the eastbound lanes of the I-10 freeway near Cherry Valley Boulevard (and, vicariously, slowing the opposite traffic slowing to see the activity on the westbound) according to Officer Edward Nunez of the California Highway Patrol.
On May 27 a 16-year-old girl was traveling alone on a Greyhound bus bound for Los Angeles along I-10 westbound through the San GorgonioPass CHP jurisdiction.
On May 23, shortly before 7 a.m., a 33 year-old man from Rialto was driving a silver 2010 Nissan Sentra eastbound on I-10, west of the Desert Hills Inspection Facility (DHIF).
On Sunday, Jan. 13 shortly after 3:30 p.m., Banning Police Department patrol officers responded to a report of a domestic dispute in the 2500 block of West Nicolet Street.
Banning and Beaumont residents relying on municipal trash pickup for used Christmas trees can expect pickups to begin Dec. 26 for two weeks in Banning, and through Jan. 8 for Beaumont residents.
A 52-year-old Rialto woman died when her car was hit and overturned on Interstate 10, down a small embankment Monday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.
On Thursday, Nov. 15, around noon, Banning Police Department patrol personnel were dispatched to an apparent Attempt Homicide. The reporting party and victim
On Tuesday, Nov. 6 shortly before 7 a.m. hours, Banning Police Department patrol personnel were dispatched to a suspicious circumstances call at San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital located at 600 N. Highland Springs Ave. in Banning.
On Wednesday, Oct. 24 at 6:06 p.m. Banning Police Department patrol officers responded to a report of several subjects fighting at the Peppertree Apartments located at 456 East Nicolet Street in Banning.
On this morning shortly before 1 a.m. the Beaumont Police Department received a 911 call regarding a subject who had been reported to be shot and was lying in the street in the area of 5th Street and Beaumont Avenue.
Hoffer Elementary School was put on lockdown for awhile Thursday afternoon after Banning Police Department received "multiple" calls of a possible shooting next door at the adjacent Roosevelt Williams Park shortly after 1 p.m.
On Friday, Aug. 24, at shortly before 11:30 p.m., Banning Police Department’s school resource officer was working at the Banning High School’s Football game and was contacted by school security of a disturbance between several patrons in attendance.
55-year-old Charles Mayer of Menifee was arrested by Rancho Cucamonga Police detectives last Friday after arriving at an address of a decoy that he presumed was a 14 year-old boy, expecting to take a child home for the evening to engage in sex acts.
Residents of Beaumont will see a new construction project as they drive through the intersection of Beaumont and Brookside avenues.
Banning Police Department's Gang Task Force took a couple of suspects into custody at gunpoint Wednesday afternoon at a home on S. Third Street in Banning, while serving a search warrant.
A Banning man who previously worked at Disneyland and volunteered at a children's theater group was sentenced Wednesday to 125 years (and 8 months) to life in state prison for multiple counts of child sexual assault.
Banning's interim city manager and chief of police for Banning Police Department Alex Diaz tendered his resignation during a closed session city council meeting Tuesday evening.