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In Her Boots

Every woman that has ever served in the U.S. Military has volunteered to do so. Today, more women serve our country than at any time in history.

As part of The KVCR Veterans’ Initiative, “In Her Boots” is a project to create awareness of the issues female veterans face. Combat boots will be decorated by female veterans to signify their time in the military. Let female veterans know they are a valuable resource in our community and give them thanks for their service.

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In this special TV performance, witness a wonderful compilation of Yanni concerts from all over the world.  Yanni is coming to Riverside on September 17!  Click on the picture or tune in to find out how you can get tickets!

Tonight at 7:00pm

8/19/2014 6:30 AM | Ken Vincent | KVCR

Local officials and veterans will gather this week in Jurupa Valley to hear representatives from Congress, the Armed Services, and local social service groups talk about how to help veterans overcome problems and access serivces to help them transition from tours of duty overseas back to civilian life at home.  KVCR's Ken Vincent talks with one of the panel organizers, Karen Young-Lowe, about what the upcoming panel will address.

8/22/2014 6:30 AM | Ken Vincent | KVCR

Press Enterprise Columnist Cassie MacDuff and KVCR's Ken Vincent review some of the week's top stories, including:
-San Bernardino considers allowing legal medical marijuana dispensaries;
-Controversy in Jurupa Valley over students being assigned to pick through school trash bins for recyclables, and;
-Riverside rule limiting number of renters in a home challenged as discriminatory.

 

 

 

 

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