Opponents of The World Logistics Center in Moreno Valley are watching closely after the M.V. City Council met and voted on "things" Tuesday. KVCR's Matt Guilhem has this report.



Amazon has opened a sixth California warehouse. This one is in Rialto. KVCR's Rick Dulock reports.


Representatives from 30 law enforcement agencies in California have completed training in Sacramento and Los Angeles designed to help them communicate with the people they have sworn to protect. Capital Public Radio's Bob Moffitt investigates.


The holiday shopping season kicking off on Black Friday could be another strong one for California retailers. Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler reports.

KVCR Looks At All Inclusive Care For The Elderly

Nov 25, 2015

KVCR's David Fleming and Lillian Vasquez recently visited PACE, an all inclusive care program for the elderly operated by Innovage. The facility is located in San Bernardino and their spokesperson is Hollywood legend and activist, Susan Sarandon. 


The California Public Employees' Retirement System has released new data about what it pays for private equity investments. As Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports, it's a rare look at the unusual arrangement required by the private equity industry.


Mountain meadows, a crucial part of California's ecosystem have almost disappeared. They act like natural reservoirs, storing and cleaning water. Meadows may also provide another benefit - capturing greenhouse gases. In this report from Capital Public Radio's Amy Quinton, scientists are trying to discover if restoring meadows can play a small part in combating climate change. 


The rate of children dying from drug overdoses has sharply increased in California over the last 12 years. Capital Public Radio reporter, Katie Orr filed this story.


Questions about high costs have dogged California's high-speed rail project for years. Now, leaders of the controversial project say some expenses are actually trending downward. In part two of our series on fact checking claims and critics of the project, Capital Public Radio PolitiFact reporter Chris Nichols investigates.


California energy regulators say they will need to upgrade the state's power grid in order to meet a new law mandating 50 percent renewable energy by 2030. From Capital Public Radio in Sacramento, Ben Bradford reports.


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