Archive for March 20th, 2016

InlandPolitics: The GOP contest and Trump

Donald Trump

Jim Erwin
Sunday, March 20, 2016 – 11:30 a.m.

The race for the republican nomination for president continues to be the talk these days after Front-runner Donald Trump won five of six delegate contests on Tuesday.

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IE Business Daily

March 19, 2016

The Colonies Corruption Case, which has been dragging along now for over six years, may finally be coming to an inglorious end.

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The Press-Enterprise: POLITICS: Conservatives call for unity


Published: March 19, 2016 – Updated: 11:27 p.m.

With the presidential race dividing the Republican Party, Inland conservatives gathered in Riverside on Saturday to network, rail against the left and boost their spirits in a Democratic-leaning state.

To read article by Jeff Horseman in The Press-Enterprise, click here.


After a multimillion-dollar surprise, city officials are adjusting their financial forecasting.

Published: March 18, 2016
Updated:   March 20, 2016 – 9:39 a.m.

Amid a shake-up of top finance employees, Riverside officials hope that changing the way they handle budgets and financial projections will help the city emerge from a surprise multimillion-dollar deficit.

To read article by Alicia Robinson in The Press-Enterprise, click here.

Appellate Courts

By Liset Márquez, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Posted: 03/19/16 – 4:36 PM PDT |

RIVERSIDE >> In an unprecedented move, an appellate court has found Upland residents deserve the chance to overturn the city’s ban on medical marijuana dispensaries in a special election.

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Daily Press: ‘Faulty’ convictions costly


Study: County paid $5M in settlements between 1989-2012

By Shea Johnson
Staff Writer
Posted Mar. 19, 2016 at   – 12:01 AM
Updated Mar 19, 2016 at –  6:57 PM

More than $5 million in settlements were paid out in San Bernardino County between 1989 and 2012 for “faulty” felony convictions, according to a UC Berkley School of Law study.

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Orange County Register facility shown shortly after construction 1986. File photo from archive.

Digital First Media said Saturday that Freedom Communications’ attorney will accept its offer for The Orange County Register and The Press-Enterprise. (File Photo)

By Jeff Collins and Jonathan Lansner
March 19, 2016 – Updated 10:50 p.m.

Attorneys for The Orange County Register’s owner filed a motion Saturday asking a bankruptcy judge to approve the company’s sale to Digital First Media, the second-highest bidder in last week’s newspaper auction.

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Dan Walters

By Dan Walters
March 19, 2016 9:00 AM

  • Over 100 ballot measures were filed this year
  • Voters will face at least a dozen major issues
  • They include taxes, marijuana, condoms, guns, minimum wage

California voters will be hammered by a perfect political storm this year, facing at least a dozen major, high-dollar ballot measures.

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CHP Officer - Traffic Tickets

CHP Officer Sean Deise sits in his cruiser as he writes out a ticket for a window tint violation during a traffic stop at the Eastmont Town Center in East Oakland, CA Thursday March 7th, 2013. Oakland officials have approved funding to pay for California Highway Patrol officers to help Oakland Police in the city’s most troubled neighborhoods. (Photo: Michael Short, Special To The Chronicle)

By Bob Egelko
Posted:    March 18, 2016
Updated: March 18, 2016 – 7:09pm

When U.S. Justice Department officials warned state courts this week that soaring financial penalties for low-level wrongdoing might be damaging people’s lives, they could have had Mariah Robinson in mind.

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