Inland Empire Chief Economist John Husing explains how public investment in convenient, affordable adult education and skills training can help boost the working poor's income and alleviate poverty in the IE.
7/21/2014 8:30 AM
| Matt Guilhem
When a California state senator unveiled legislation to protect land around the Santa Ana River from overdevelopment, he expected support from Inland Empire environmental groups. Instead what he got was a skeptical response from groups intent on protecting their turf and their budgets. Matt Guilhem has this report in our weekly "State of the Cities" segment.
Savory Road host Jeff Baker takes us to a unique eaterie in Ontario: Mexican/Asian fusion restaruant Dragon Loco.
7/17/2014 6:00 AM
The City of Riverside has decided to end it's controversial red light camera program, which monitored certain intersections in the city for traffic violations. The Press Enterprise's Riverside reporter, Alicia Robinson, talks with The California Report's Rachel Myrow about why Riverside and dozens of other cities in California are getting rid of their red light cameras.