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There seems to be some confusion over fireworks in California. Take Riverside County where consumer fireworks are illegal, except for five cities. It creates a situation where people purchase fireworks and take them to cities where they're illegal, an in the process they break serious laws. We'll explain the dilemma, and get your opinion.
Also in Riverside County some people in Murrieta are forcing buses of undocumented immigrants away from a Murrieta facility. The passengers were brought over from Texas for processing at Border Patrol station.
And we'll take your calls LIVE about the 4th of July.
InstantRiverside.com Talk Radio will provide analysis on last week's California Primary and some of the contests in Riverside County. Political Science Professor Shaun Boller, of UC Riverside, is our LIVE guest at 2:00 p.m. PT.
At 2:30 p.m. we go live to CAL FIRE to learn how the agency has prepared for the extreme heat. It is 100 degrees across much of Riverside County and the State of California.
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?
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 drive
Muslims kill Jews in Israel and Christians in Iraq. Muslims on a Global Jihad and Obama is golfing again.
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.
This is the forum where we can talk about anything that has to do with Southern California Semi Pro Talk. All teams and players are invited. Please be respectful to anyone on the show. We will post scores and stats for any team that wants to get involved. Any team, Spring league or fall will be invited.
The Riverside City Council is facing an upcoming vote that will determine the fate of the system of cameras that take pictures at serveral intersections in town. When the red-light camera system started in Riverside there were 30 cameras-- already several have been removed-- however the city still has 11 cameras in operation.
The red-light cameras in Riverside are operated by Redflex, a company based in Arizona.
Riverside Council Member Mike Soubirous is a former CHP commander, and he believes the camera system should be removed. The question: Does the rest of the council agree, or at least a simple majority?
Soubirous will join us LIVE on InstantRiverside.com Talk Radio. We'll also take calls from listeners, especially people who live in Riverside. Do you want the red-light cameras to stay or go?
Click here: Watch a video report on how the Redflex red-light cameras work.
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