Donald Trump visited the U.S.-Mexican border yesterday, got a look at border wall prototypes, spoke to Marines, and took verbal swipes at California's governor and other leaders. More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.
KVCR's Ken Vincent and Inland Empire Economic Partnership Chief Economist John Husing continue reviewing the Inland Empire's economic performance in 2017, with this discussion on the improvement of the region's manufacturing sector.
Project Moving Forward is a language program designed to help English second language learners and students from lower socioeconomic backgrounds to succeed in the core curriculum. Project founder Dr. Linda Navarrette launched the program in 2012 in Sacramento schools, and now in Moreno Valley schools. KVCR's Isel Cuapio reports.
Supporters and protestors are making very different plans to greet President Trump today (Tuesday) when he visits San Diego to inspect border wall prototypes. Capital Public Radio's Julia Mitric has more.
San Diego residents who oppose President Trump's border wall organized a protest yesterday (Monday) afternoon ahead of his visit to see the wall prototypes today. A few dozen immigrant rights activists and environmental leaders gathered in Chicano Park, as Jean Guerrero of KPBS reports.
No prominent Republican filed to enter the race for California's U.S. Senate seat before Friday's deadline. That could leave the field open for two Democrats to advance to the general election, for the second consecutive time. Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports.
The California Senate responded differently in recent weeks to sexual harassment allegations against two of its lawmakers, Tony Mendoza and Bob Hertzberg. A leading California human resources expert says the investigative findings justified the disparate treatments - but in both cases finds fault with Senate leadership. Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler reports.
Republican lawmakers and consumer groups have renewed calls to stop funding for California's high-speed rail network after a report showed the project is again over budget and behind schedule. More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.
Venus and Serena Williams - two of the greatest tennis players in our lifetime - will be on the court together, playing against one another tonight at the BNP Paribas Open Tennis Tournament in Indian Wells. KVCR's Ken Vincent has details.
The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin reports a somber group of Pomona residents, city leaders and law enforcement personnel gathered Saturday evening for a vigil honoring fallen officer Gregory Casillas, killed in a standoff between a suspect and Pomona police. Click here for more.
The San Bernardino Sun is reporting SWAT officers were in a standoff on Saturday morning, March 10 with a barricaded suspect accused of shooting two police officers, killing one and seriously wounding the other. Reporters and photographers from the Southern California News Group are on the scene with updates.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions' new lawsuit against California's so-called sanctuary laws is drawing criticism from lawmakers and groups that support immigrant rights. KVCR's Benjamin Purper reports.
The California state legislator known as "Huggy Bear" - San Fernando Valley Democrat Bob Hertzberg - is no longer allowed to initiate hugs, but he will be allowed to keep his job. Capital Public Radio's Bob Moffitt reports.
On this week of Lifestyles, Lillian interviews René Reyes, production executive for the Paley Center. They will discuss the upcoming television festival, PaleyFest. For more information, visit the official event website.
Former Ambassador to Pakistan - and Southern California native - Cameron Munter visited Riverside last week for an event hosted by the World Affairs Council. KVCR's Benjamin Purper was there and has this report.
Protests blocked the street as U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke in Sacramento to announce a federal lawsuit against the state's sanctuary policies for immigrants. State leaders are promising a robust defense of their new laws. Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports.
The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department is holding a missing persons day this Saturday in Rancho Cucamonga, where they will try to help families locate missing loved ones. KVCR's Benjamin Purper has more.
Lillian Vasquez begins this edition of KVC-Arts in conversation with Eric Gorges, host of "A Craftsman's Legacy," shown on KVCR-TV most Saturday afternoons. Then it's David Fleming in conversation with Andy Vargas about his band Souleros, The Andy Vargas Foundation, and his work over the last almost 20 years with Carlos Santana.
Inland Empire Economic Partnership economist John Husing and KVCR's Ken Vincent continue discussing the logistics, warehouse, fulfillment and trucking sector, which provides 1 of every 5 jobs in the IE.
A demonstration in Irvine yesterday (Monday) drew both supporters and opponents of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program - DACA - on the day that the DACA program was supposed to be terminated. More from KVCR's Ken Vincent.
The third snow survey of the year yesterday (Monday) revealed promising results for the state's water supply. But as Capital Public Radio's Ezra David Romero reports, it's going to take a few more storms to make up the deficit.