Share this article: Forty people were arrested on suspicion of various offenses, including drunk driving, during a driver’s license and sobriety checkpoint in Riverside, a police sergeant said Saturday. The Riverside City Police Department conducted the checkpoint between 9 p.m. Friday and 3 a.m. Saturday at La Sierra Avenue near Cochran Avenue. Of the 808 drivers screened, eight people were arrested on suspicion of drunk driving, said Sgt. Ryan Wilson. In addition, 31 people were either cited or arrested for driving unlicensed or with a suspended license and 32 citations were issued for various other vehicle code violations, he said. On person was also arrested for an outstanding felony warrant. In total, 40 people were arrested, according to Wilson. The checkpoint was funded by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Riverside Checkpoint Results in 40 Arrests was last modified: January 25th, 2020 by Contributing Editor
Share this article:Thick morning fog caused some flight delays at Los Angeles International Airport Saturday. “We expect the FAA to have a ground delay program, in which arriving aircraft headed to LAX are held for a time at departure airports to space out flights, through about 1 p.m. Average delays are about one hour but please check your flight status w/your airline,” LAX tweeted at 8:23 a.m. Saturday. A dense fog advisory from the National Weather Service expired at 9 a.m., and LAX tweeted at 9:32 a.m. that the FAA ground delay was canceled, but some lingering delays might still be possible. Fog Causes Slight Delays at LAX was last modified: January 25th, 2020 by Contributing Editor
Happy Saturday! What are you up today? Well, here are some Saturday “Gayle on the Go!” list suggestions! SOME OF THESE ACTIVITIES ARE — FREE! Let me suggest you watch the report, THEN SCROLL DOWN THIS PAGE OF A LONG LIST EVENTS THAT I DID HAVE TIME TO TELL YOU BECAUSE THERE ARE SO MANY! Enjoy! -0-0-0- Chinese New Year: Shanghai Nights The Queen Mary 1126 Queens Highway Long Beach http://www.queenmary.com Celebrate Chinese New Year aboard the majestic Queen Mary on Saturday, January 25, 2020. Chinese New Year: Shanghai Nights will honor the Year of the Rat with traditional Chinese cuisine and entertainment featuring Wushu Shaolin Entertainment’s dragon and lion dancing, Chinese martial arts and acrobatics, face changer, Sound of China Guzheng Ensemble, and more. Located aboard the Queen Mary in the famous Grand Salon, the limited dinner seating will be a feast for the senses surrounded by stunning decor. A buffet-style dinner featuring classic Chinese cuisine will begin at 7pm followed by live entertainment. The buffet dinner will feature a variety of traditional dishes such as honey glazed walnut shrimp, roasted duck, golden crispy…
The Trump administration sued the state of California on Friday, asserting that a new state law that bans for-profit prison contracts unconstitutionally interferes with the federal prison and immigration detention systems. The case, filed in U.S. District Court in San Diego, asks a judge to ban the enforcement of the law against the federal government. “California, of course, is free to decide that it will no longer use private detention facilities for its state prisoners and detainees,” the lawsuit said. “But it cannot dictate that choice for the federal government, especially in a manner that discriminates against the federal government and those with whom it contracts.” Assembly Bill 32, which took effect Jan. 1, prohibits new private detention contracts in California and changes to current contracts. It phases out existing facilities entirely by 2028. Read the full story on LATimes.com.
Law enforcement agencies in the Southern California region Saturday are mourning the loss of a Los Angeles County sheriff’s detective who died while helping a pedestrian in Valley Village last week. Loved ones and family members of Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Amber Leist are attending the memorial service, scheduled for 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. inside the Mosaic Church in Hollywood. Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Detective Amber Joy Leist, pictured in an undated photo provided by the sheriff’s department. Leist, 41, was a 12-year veteran of the department who worked on patrol and as a school resource officer before becoming a detective. She was off-duty when she saw two people crossing the street near Riverside Drive and Whitsett Avenue last Sunday. One of the individuals, a senior citizen, fell to ground. Leist decided to get out of her car and help the person safely reach the sidewalk. “While she was returning to her vehicle, she was struck by a vehicle traveling eastbound on Riverside Drive when the light had turned green,” L.A. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said. Leist was taken to a…
During his 40-year career in Congress representing the East Bay, Fortney ‘Pete’ Stark helped craft the Affordable Care Act. He died Friday at 88.
The Trump administration sues California, claiming the state’s new ban on private prisons and immigration detention centers is unconstitutional.
Local artist Tyler Barnett is giving away his artwork to families impacted by last year’s Woolsey Fire.
Lifestyle expert Amy Sewell offers up some great Valentine’s Day gift ideas for all the special people in your life.
President Trump’s lawyers had their first chance to defend the president on Saturday after three days of Democrats’ opening arguments.
A panel discussion will delve into the history of citrus ranches once found in the Corona area. “Life in the Citrus Ranches: Stories of Hope, Family and Community” is set for Saturday, Feb. 8, and is presented by the Corona Historic Preservation Society. The free event will feature former residents of citrus ranches. It will be co-hosted by Corona City Councilman Wes Speake and Marta Cortez, a Corona Chamber of Commerce board member. Artifacts and photographs will be on exhibit, but residents are welcome to bring their own items for a display area during the event. The 10 a.m. event is set for the Community Room of the Historic Civic Center, 815 W. Sixth St., Corona. Related Articles National championship for Moreno Valley Falcons’ 10U football team These organizations are making sure Riverside County residents are ready for emergencies Menifee’s first major hotel — a $14 million, four-story project — set to open in late summer Riverside man once failed art classes, but is now an artist Hear Inland Empire premiere of ‘Bayard Rustin: The Man Behind the Dream’ Jan. 25 in Riverside Light refreshments…
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Corporal Samuel Ryder and Chaplain Bill Trok with the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department join KUSI with information on possible job and volunteer opportunities with the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department. Those who wish to apply must first pass a rigorous background check. Categories: Good Morning San Diego, In Studio Guests
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Wildlife Education Specialists Carly Padilla and Kate Jarvis join KUSI along with Wildlife Ambassadors Chuck the Screech Owl and Mandy the Opossum to discuss San Diego Humane Society’s Project Wildlife Program. Project Wildlife rescues vulnerable animals in San Diego. Categories: Good Morning San Diego, In Studio Guests
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Republican candidate in the San Diego Mayoral Race, Scott Sherman joins KUSI with details on his political platform. Sherman wants to provide services to those with mental health and substance abuse issues. He also hopes to bring more police into the community to ensure safety efforts. Categories: Good Morning San Diego, In Studio Guests
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Political commentator Tom Del Beccaro joins KUSI to break down the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump. President Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives last month on charges of Abuse of Power and Obstructing Congress. Categories: Good Morning San Diego, In Studio Guests
Healthcare workers in the Chinese city of Wuhan say hospitals are running low on supplies as they struggle to cope with the outbreak of the deadly Wuhan coronavirus. It comes as the Chinese central government announced on Saturday it would send more than 1,200 health workers — as well as 135 People’s Liberation Army medical personnel — to the city in an unprecedented effort to contain the spread of the virus. Forty-one people have now been killed by the Wuhan coronavirus, with some 1,400 confirmed cases worldwide — the majority of which are in China. China’s state-run Xinhua news agency reported that 237 patients are in critical condition. The outbreak in China has cast a pall over Lunar New Year celebrations — the country’s most important holiday — with festivities canceled in Beijing, Hong Kong and other major cities. There are also concerns about the global spread of the virus as more countries, including Australia, Nepal and Malaysia, reported their first cases. They are among 13 places outside mainland China where the virus has been confirmed. In Wuhan, ground zero for the virus, four healthcare workers — including doctors — have told CNN of the difficulties facing medical…