10/30/2014 7:30 AM ! Katie Orr | Capitol Public Radio

Capital Public Radio’s Katie Orr has the second part of our women in California Politics Series. In this report we explore some of the challenges female candidates face and the groups trying to help them.

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10/30/2014 7:30 AM | Katie Orr | Capitol Public Radio

Capital Public Radio’s Katie Orr has the second part of our women in California Politics Series. In this report we explore some of the challenges female candidates face and the groups trying to help them.

10/30/2014 7:00 AM | Matt Guilhem | KVCR

Dean G. Richard Olds, head of UC Riverside School of Medicine, also happens to be a tropical disease specialist. Dean Olds talks about dealing with Ebola on a global scale and precautions we should take locally.  Matt Guilhem reports.

10/29/2014 6:00 AM | Capitol Public Radio

Why is it that women are at least half of California's population, but only make up 30 percent of elected officials at all levels of government around the state?  In the Inland Empire, the percentages of women in elected office are even lower: 24 percent in San Bernardino County, and 23 percent in Riverside County.  Efforts to increase the number of women in politics are not without their challenges, as we hear in Part 1 of Capitol Public Radio Network's series, "Up Against the Ceiling." 

NOTE:  We'll post Parts 2 and 3 in the series on this web page on Thursday and Friday respectively.

10/29/2014 5:30 AM | Ken Vincent | KVCR

The San Bernardino-based non-profit social services agency Time For Change Foundation is undertaking a get-out-the-vote effort among the area's lower-income, minority, and disadvantaged population.

10/28/2014 7:30 AM | Capitol Public Radio | KVCR

With less than a week until the election, Democratic Governor Jerry Brown is finally out on the campaign trail, and his Republican challenger Neel Kashkari is finally running a schedule of TV ads around the state.  The two candidates for Governor illustrate two completely different political styles.  Our Political Reporting Team from Capitol Public Radio Network has more.

10/27/2014 6:30 AM | Matt Guilhem | KVCR

Much of the desert resort city of Palm Springs is built on land owned by the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians.  For decades, the relationship between the tribe and the city and its residents has been cooperative and friendly.  Recently, though, a rift has developed between tribal officials and Palm Springs architectural preservationists over the fate of some iconic mid-century modern buildings owned by the tribe.  Matt Guilhem reports.


10/22/2014 7:30 AM | Matt Guilhem | KVCR

We continue our preview coverage of next month's election with a profile of the closely-contested race for the open 42nd State Assembly seat, representing parts of the eastern Inland Empire.  KVCR's Matt Guilhem talks with Karalee Hargrove, the Democrat in the race.  Republican candidate Chad Mayes did not respond to numerous e-mails and phone calls inviting him to talk with KVCR.


10/22/2014 7:00 AM | Matt Guilhem | KVCR

An Inland Empire non-profit organization will give away a free home in Canyon Lake to one active or retired military person.  The organization is currently accepting applications from current and former military employees.  KVCR's Matt Guilhem reports.


10/21/2014 7:30 AM | Ken Vincent | KVCR

In Part 2 of our profile of the candidates running for the IE's 31st Congressional District, KVCR's Matt Guilhem spekas with Redlands Mayor Pete Aguilar, a Democrat, about his attempt to move up into the Congressioal seat being vacated by Republican Gary MIller.  Be sure to listen to Part 1 of our series on the 31st Congressional race, where Matt Guilhem speaks with Aguilar's opponent, GOP candidate Paul Chabot.

10/21/2014 6:30 AM | Ken Vincent | KVCR

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