Rick Dulock

Program Director

Rick Dulock is originally from Gainesville, Florida. He fell in love with NPR as a student board operator for 91.9 KVCR in 1996 and since then has worn many hats including Development Director and Pledge Producer. Rick has served as Program Manager since 2011 and is currently working on bolstering KVCR's Weekend Showcase with limited series and unique public radio offerings.

San Bernardino Police Department

More details are emerging about the perpetrator and victims of yesterdays fatal shooting that resulted in the deaths of 3 people - one a schoolkid - at an elementary school in San Bernardino.  KVCR's Ken Vincent and Rick Dulock have more.


Volunteer tax preparers are available to help lower-income taxpayers in the Inland Empire prepare their tax returns and get tax credits that they otherwise might not know they're entitled to... which could result in some some taxpayers getting money back from the government that they might have missed by filling out their forms without help.  KVCR's Rick Dulock has more.

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The three people who perished in the crash of a small plane into a Riverside neighborhood this week were identified by friends and family yesterday.  KVCR's Rick Dulock has more.

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The San Bernardino Community College District is announcing today (Monday) that it expects to receive $157 million for moving KVCR Television's four digital channels from their present position on the UHF channel band to new channel positions on the VHF band.  This is the result of the Community College District's participation in the Federal Communications Commission "Broadcast Incentive Auction."  KVCR's Rick Dulock explains.

Nearly 155-thousand holiday travelers are expected to pass through Ontario International Airport between Friday, Dec 23 and Tuesday, Jan 3. KVCR's Rick Dulock reports.

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KVCR's Rick Dulock reports on Friday evening's "Night of Remembrance" event at Cal State San Bernardino, gathering members of the community to mark the one-year anniversary of the San Bernardino terror attack, resulting in 14 deaths and some two-dozen injuries.

On Friday evening the City of San Bernardino and many friends and neighbors remembered the 14 lives lost in the December attack during a special Night of Remembrance. This public event took place in Coussoulis Arena at California State University, San Bernardino.

The event was designed to honor the victims and promote hope and healing, and included speakers from law law enforcement and first responders, faith and city leaders, and survivors along with musical performances. The entire event may be viewed by clicking the picture below.


Firefighters had an early morning call to fight a raging pallet yard fire in San Bernardino. KVCR's Rick Dulock has this report.

The U.S. Drought Monitor showed nearly a quarter of California is out of the drought as of yesterday. It's the best news heard in our dry state since March of 2013.  KVCR's Rick Dulock has details.


Federal Aviation Administration Chief Michael Huerta grew up in the Inland Empire and yesterday, made the official announcement placing ONT into local control. KVCR's Rick Dulock has more.


Question: What do you get when you mix nanotube technology with plants?  Answer:  Bomb sniffing spinach
KVCR's Rick Dulock has more.


In this excerpt from KVCaRts, the new director of the Redlands Symphony Orchestra, Ransom Wilson, is interviewed by KVCR's Rick Dulock.


A swarm of small earthquakes followed a moderate temblor that shook an area southeast of the Inland Empire yesterday (Monday).  KVCR's Rick Dulock has details.


Visitors to the San Bernardino National Forest will be able to access any part of the preserve for free tomorrow (Saturday) in celebration of National Public Lands Day.  KVCR's Rick Dulock reports.


An ordinance adopted by the Riverside City Council aims to deter transient use of public spaces by prohibiting camping gear - including sleeping bags and tents - anywhere on city property, unless specifically permitted.  KVCR's Rick Dulock has more.


An 1,100 mile long pipeline being built by Texas-based Dakota Access is slated to carry 470,000 barrels of oil daily through treaty lands of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in North Dakota.  Although mainstream media has not provided much coverage of this story, the tribe has been protesting the pipeline and attracting support from American sympathizers and native people across the continent.  The Standing Rock Sioux argue that they were not adequately consulted on the project and claim the construction and pipeline will endanger water supplies and damage culturally-sensitive sites on ancest


After a bruising couple of weeks that saw three critical reports come out on the San Diego Chargers' plan to build a football stadium and convention center annex in downtown San Diego, the team plans to go on the offense today (Wednesday)by releasing a team-commissioned economic study on the proposal.  KVCR's Rick Dulock has more.

The latest on an official Tweet from the Riverside County GOP. KVCR's Rick Dulock voices the story.

Capital Public Radio

Two babies with Zika-related birth defects have been born in California. This comes as the mosquito-born virus makes inroads into the U.S. prompting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to issue a travel warning to some neighborhoods in Florida. KVCR's Rick Dulock has details on Zika in California.

Redlands Company To Fill 500 Jobs

Aug 4, 2016

Radial, the logistics company formerly known as eBay Enterprises, is set to fill 500 positions in Redlands. KVCR's Rick Dulock has more.

Inland Empire job seekers are in luck. Logistics company Radial is looking to fill 500 positions in their Redlands facility. 

With companies already gearing up for the holiday shopping season, a spokesperson for Radial tells the press enterprise the company sorely needs more employees. Previously known as eBay Enterprise, the warehouse radial operates in Redlands, and helps fulfill orders from the companies' commercial clients. 

San Bernardino is looking for individuals interested in a fast paced career in law enforcement.  KVCR's Rick Dulock has more.

Sand Fire Update

Aug 1, 2016

KVCR's Rick Dulock shared this recent information on the Sand Fire.

The Office of Speaker Rendon

As part of a national tour, His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama addressed a joint convention of the California Legislature on Monday.  He was introduced by Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon.


Along with Governor Jerry Browns state budget proposal, released on Friday, he reiterated his intention to save "some" money for future rainy days. KVCR's Rick Dulock has this story from Capital Public Radio.


Press-Enterprise Columnist Cassie MacDuff and KVCR's Rick Dulock review some of the major news stories of the week in the Inland Empire, including:

-Students at La Sierra University say sexual assaults on campus have been mishandled by the school
-State appeals court reverses judge in Colonies ruling
-Trial is delayed for neighbor suspected of supplying weapons in SB terrorist shooting
-Rancho Cucamonga high school yearbook identifies Muslim girl as Isis


City officials in San Bernardino have long advocated a ban on Marijuana dispensaries, but are now reconsidering.  KVCR's Rick Dulock has more.

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Segerstrom Center for the Arts presented a unique performance last week.  KVCR's Rick Dulock was there.

This segment is the final bit in tonight's KVC_aRts episode which also features an interview with the author of the new book - Dr. Mutter's Marvels, a preview of Snow Queen - soon playing in San Bernardino, and the regional band - Here We Go Again.  Hosted by KVCR's David Fleming, KVC_aRts airs Wednesday evenings at 7:00 and Sundays at 6:00.

Stephen Curry and Golden State are heading home from Portland today on a high note. KVCR's Rick Dulock has more on California's NBA Dream Team and a big win Monday night.

April is organ donation month and today, April 5, is California's first-ever Organ Donor Registration Day.  KVCR's Rick Dulock provides insight into organ donation  in our state and how to sign up.  He spoke yesterday to tom Mone, CEO of One Legacy - one of four organ recovery programs in our state.  The four organizations together make up the State Registry and are working this month, and today specifically, to focus public attention on organ donor registration.

The UCLA Center for Health Policy Research released disturbing results on research into diabetes in the golden state. KVCR's Rick Dulock shares the findings.