The Midday News Report

Mon-Thurs 12:33pm

Empire KVCR News has your daily news rundown Monday through Thursday at lunchtime.

Monday through Thursday at lunchtime, Empire KVCR News has your daily news rundown. Stories highlighted today include:

  1. Riverside-San Bernardino area has the fourth highest percentage of female business owners.
  2. UC Riverside among universities to receive federal funds to find alternatives to animal testing.
  3. Eastbound 60 closures coming to an end next weekend.
  4. California poised to enact a sweeping law that will require companies to reclassify their contract workers as employees.

Monday through Thursday at lunchtime, Empire KVCR News has your daily news rundown. Stories highlighted today include:

1. A planned 1 million-square-foot warehouse in Riverside County will go forward.

2. Board opposes idea to install freeway toll lanes in Riverside.

3. Research shows that California’s vulnerable housing market may not be all bad news.

4. California could soon change how it approves new charter schools.

Monday through Thursday at lunchtime, Empire KVCR News has your daily news rundown. Stories highlighted today include:

Monday through Thursday at lunchtime, Empire KVCR News has your daily news rundown. Stories highlighted today include:

1. Tenaja fire burned 1,940+ acres and is 73% contained.

2. Two women suspected of beating an 84 year old woman at Pechanga Casino in Temecula could be eligible for the death penalty. 

3. Five days remain for California lawmakers to decide the fates of nearly 700 bills.

4. California's deal with automakers to reduce car and truck emissions receive more pushback from the Trump administration.

Monday through Thursday at lunchtime, Empire KVCR News has your daily news rundown. Stories highlighted today include:

1. A hard closure of Highway 330 will last 12 days for safety renovations.

2. Wind-driven wildfire scorches 1400 acres west of Murrieta.

3.  A federal judge declines to throw out lawsuit against DMV over a misunderstood personalized license plate.

Monday through Thursday at lunchtime, Empire KVCR News has your daily news rundown. Stories highlighted today include:

1. Thirty-three bodies of dive boat fire victims were recovered near Santa Cruz Island.

2. Riverside County could settle lawsuit alleging racial slurs in waste management department.

3. Dior criticized for appropriating Native American culture with fragrance ad.

 

 

Monday through Thursday at lunchtime, Empire KVCR News gives a daily news rundown. Stories highlighted today include:

1. Health officials are notifying those who could have been exposed to tuberculosis at the Kaiser Permanente Moreno Valley Oncology clinic.

2. Victorville man who drowned in Oceanside identified.

3. Mental health experts weigh in on a California strategic plan for suicide prevention. 

4. Microplastics have become an issue in Lake Tahoe.

 

Monday through Thursday at lunchtime, Empire KVCR News gives a daily news rundown. Today's highlighted story:

1. New research shows that Loma Linda University Health's "Whole Child Assessment" improves identification of adverse childhood experiences.

Monday through Thursday at lunchtime, Empire KVCR News gives a daily news rundown. Stories highlighted today include:

1. National forests may see more commercial projects in the near future.

2. Reports of gunfire lead to school lockdown in Eastvale.

3. California public school teachers spend on average more than $650 of their own money on school supplies each year. 

4. A Salton Sea Odor Advisory is extended until Wednesday for higher than normal hydrogen sulfide concentrations.

Monday through Thursday at lunchtime, Empire KVCR News gives a daily news rundown. Stories highlighted today include:

1. San Bernardino City leaders approved 3.5% pay raises for police personnel.

2. California schools may soon allow parents to administer medical marijuana to their children on K-12 campuses.

3. The California Senate approved a bill that would require Kaiser Permanente to disclose revenue and profits for each hopsital individually. 

4. California orders halt to oil spill flowing since 2003 

Monday through Thursday at lunchtime, Empire KVCR News has your daily news rundown. Stories highlighted today include:

1. California could become first state with rules requiring the transition of heavy duty trucks to electric vehicles.

2. CA Senator Richard Pan was shoved in Sacramento by a man who opposes his plan to restrict medical exemptions from vaccinations.

3. California insurers drop policies in high-fire risk areas.