9/18/2014 12:00 PM
| Matt Guilhem
Residual weather from hurricanes off the Mexican Pacific coast has caused stifling temperatures and, at times, wild weather conditions. KVCR's Matt Guilhem reports.
Most of us were told at a young age not to gossip. But now, historians are taking a second look at gossip and its impact at different moments in U.S. history. KVCR's Ken Vincent interviews Kathleen Feeley, History Department Chair at the University of Redlands, and Co-Editor of a new compilation of essays titled, "When Private Talk Goes Public: Gossip in American History."
NPR's John Burnett pays a visit to the U.S. Border Patrol's Air/Marine Operations Center, where agents monitor all air traffic in the U.S., looking for everything from terrorists to drug smugglers.
9/17/2014 6:30 AM
| Matt Guilhem
For nearly fifty years, one of the most visible features on the Inland Empire landscape has been the big white towers that make up Loma Linda University Hospital. The 1960s-style building is something of an architectural icon in Southern California. But the future of the grand old hospital building is in question, as Loma Linda prepares to construct a new medical center complex. KVCR's Matt Guilhem takes us on a radio tour of the historic building.
John Husing, the Chief Economist for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, begins the first of a series of Tuesday morning commentaries on KVCR describing "The LAUNCH Initiative," a program spawned by local businessman and San Bernardino City Unified School District President Michael Gallo, to rethink ways to break the cycle of poverty in the Inland Empire.
: In Part 2 of our interview with the Superintendent of San Bernardino County Schools, Dr. Gary Thomas talks about how he and his team recovered from recession budget cuts to improve dropout rates and graduation rates in the County's 33 school districts.
9/15/2014 6:00 AM
| Matt Guilhem
Local and state organizations combined efforts to hold a big conference in Rancho Cucamonga focusing on boosting the visibility of IE arts organizations and the importance of integrating the arts into everyday life. Matt Guilhem reports.
Savory Road Host Jeff Baker surveys the scores of homemade cheese varieties available at The Cheese Cave in Calremont.
Press Enterprise Columnist Cassie MacDuff and KVCR's Ken Vincent review some of the big news stories of the week, including:
-An update on the condition of the San Bernardino police officer who was shot in the head a couple of weeks ago;
-What's behind the departure of Riverside City Manager Scott Barber, and;
-Former Upland city manager pleads no contest to corruption charges.
9/12/2014 7:00 AM
| Manuel Sandoval
The 15th Annual Childhood Cancer Kids Walk will be held in Loma Linda this weekend, to benefit the Childhood Cancer Foundation of Southern California. KVCR's Manuel Sandoval reports.