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A strong earthquake has rocked Southern California
Lt. Governor Newsom supports CA Land Commission website showing state profit from underground minerals. He'll join us live at 3:00 pm, and we'll take your calls.
Is TV's Stephen Colbert responsible for an allegedly "racist" tweet sent from Comedy Central?
McDonald's responds to the Taco Bell Breakfast by offering free coffee.
Will the real founder of Bitcoin please stand up? Is the founder of Bitcoin in Los Angeles or not? JC Penney will close numerous stores, one will be in the Inland Empire. In Riverside the restaurant Phood on Main is no longer on main. Find out what will replace it. Are we facing a new "Cold War" with Russia? And, what can we expect as a result of the California drought?
GM’s new CEO Mary Barra apologized to the families effected by the faulty ignition switches that have now been blamed for 13 deaths and many injuries. GM has made multiple recalls this year.
California continues to feel aftershocks after Friday's 5.1 magnitude earthquake.
California is getting its first blast of rain just in time for people to begin thinking about Spring. Bitcoin appears down for the count as its website is shut down and bankruptcy looms. And could we've found a reason why Cleveland may not be so inviting to job seekers. You decide: Kelly Blazek, "Communicator of the Year" as some have called her, may be known as the "miscommunicator" after blasting a job seeker for her resume on LinkedIn.
Round two of Coachella 2013 approaches, and it's time to prepare. If you're planning on going this weekend, or to any other music festival this summer.
A moderate earthquake rattled Fontana in the Inland Empire. It was 4.4 in magnitude, according to the USGS. There was some minor damage to some school buildings. We'll talk live with Syeda Jafri, of the Rialto school district. Redlands police ticket distracted drivers using cell phones. Unemployment Insurance benefit extentions get a no-go vote. The 2014 Corvette Stingray wins 'Car of the Year' honors. We'll be taking it for a test
An Independent endorsed by the Modern Whigs, Alan decided that it was time to bring a collaborative approach to an innovative leader, California. Running for Lt. Governor for the State of California, he endorses independent thinking, ethics in politics and a return to the people.
"I advocate for pragmatic, common sense, centrist-oriented politics where rational solutions trump ideology and integrity trumps impunity." - Alan Reynolds
"I am a Commissioner, Engineer, and businessman who was born and raised in California. I attended public schools in one of our more successful school districts in CA and upon graduation I attended USC for Aerospace Engineering and spent time as an Environmental Project manager, assisting engineering projects/environmental studies at the Port of Los Angeles and Huntington Beach."
"After college I started out working as a Engineering Consultant and Technical Sales specialist before starting my own business, Reynolds Sales and Consulting. I bought the house I grew up in from my parents and was able to serve on our local Parks and Recreation Commission and was a member of the Kiwanis Club. Currently I am Vice Chair of the Freeway and Transportation Commission."
Join us for Alan Reynolds challenge to Californians and more specifically, the political status quo!
With the San Onofre nuclear plant shut down utility companies, specifically Southern California Edison, is in the midst of a struggle to keep pace with electricity production. One facility is the Mountainview Power Plant which is located in Redlands. On Sunday about 100 people picketed the power plant because of a report which names it as the one which produces more pollution than any other in California. More information: Is the dirtiest electricity plant in Redlands, California?
TCSR is a fast-paced sports show hosted by sportswriter Skye Dickenson and co-hosted by man-about-the-globe Lindol French. Throughout a jam-packed 60 minutes, the fellas discuss the latest and most relevant plotlines in sports, rate players and teams and make a slew of predictions. Something for all sports fans.
TCSR is a show created and hosted by Skye Dickenson, a sportswriter, author and artist from Northern California. He is joined each week by co-host and man about the globe Lindol French. Keegan McNamara chimes in as the pro and college hoops expert. An hour of sports radio fun with some sharp minds and great topics.