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  • The CIELO Fund is a new fund managed by the Inland Empire Community Foundation, or IECF, which is focused on Latino assistance and empowerment in the IE region. Managed by the Inland Empire Community Foundation, the new fund has just announced the first round of grantees, including KVCR Radio. KVCR's Rick Dulock has more.
  • Former Press-Enterprise Columnist and longtime KVCR news contributor, Cassie MacDuff joins KVCR to review a few of the Inland Empire’s major news stories of the past week.
  • Former Press-Enterprise Columnist and longtime KVCR news contributor, Cassie MacDuff joins KVCR to review a few of the Inland Empire’s major news stories of the past week.
  • Former Press-Enterprise Columnist and longtime KVCR news contributor, Cassie MacDuff joins KVCR to review a few of the Inland Empire’s major news stories of the past week.
  • In Part 1 of our series, Quinn Mays of KVCR speaks with Eddie Torres of Inland Coalition for Immigrant Justice about how the toxic land, air, and water of Adelanto affects the living conditions of residents and ICE detainees in the region.
  • County clerks in Northern California are hearing about home visits by "voter integrity" groups. Some call it voter intimidation. Erik Neumann with Jefferson Public Radio filed this report.
  • Next week, Inland Empire voters will vote to elect their next state representatives, mayors, and school board members. But residents in San Bernardino County will face an important decision: on whether to break off from California and form a new state. KVCR's Jonathan Linden reports.
  • When the US Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade was first leaked in April, state lawmakers in California went to work they drafted an amendment to protect abortion rights under the state constitution and November 8th residence will vote on it but as KQED health correspondent April Dembosky explains there is debate as to what her Proposition One may actually EXPAND abortion rights.
  • One of the most competitive House races in California pits a Republican incumbent who opposed certifying the presidential election against a Democratic challenger who helped prosecute January 6th rioters. From Riverside Country, KQED Politics Editor Scott Shafer reports.
  • A measure to legalize online betting in California— Proposition 27— has created a record spending war between gambling companies who support the measure and many California tribal governments, who oppose it. As KQED's Guy Marzorati and CapRadio's Nicole Nixon explain, the measure has sparked a debate over the issue of tribal sovereignty.
  • Former Press-Enterprise Columnist and longtime KVCR news contributor, Cassie MacDuff joins KVCR to review a few of the Inland Empire’s major news stories of the past week.
  • The San Bernardino Community College District's transitional work program is now onsite at the San Bernardino Parole Office. KVCR interviews Workforce Development Manager, Eddie Rubio for details.