Press Enterprise Columnist Cassie MacDuff and KVCR's Ken Vincent review some of the week's tops IE stories, inclduing:
-The controversy over Presiodent Obama's designation of a portion of the San Gabriel Mountains as a National Monument;
-Why the Bi-Centennial mural painted on Prado Dam in the Corona area is likely to be removed, and;
-The aftermath of the disclosure that a member of the Riverside City Council and other city water officials have been ignoring the city's madatory water conservation measures.
Following up on a report we aired yesterday, KVCR's Matt Guilhem reports that more than one Riverside city official is ignoring the city's mandatroy water conservation rules.
In this story produced for the California Report, we hear how the new UC Riverside Medical School is busy recruiting local young people to become the IE's health care workers of the future.
While most of the olive oil we in the United States consume is from Europe, Temecula olive growers are hoping to compete against the big olive oil producers overseas with native Inland Empire olive oil that locals say is a superior product. Sarah Gardner visited Temecula and produced this story for Marketplace.