A murder investigation is underway after a mans body was found in the parking lot of a Rancho Cucamonga apartment complex late last night. The discovery was made at the complex on East Placer Street after reports of shots fired. The unidentified victim was found next to his car with the trunk open.
The crisis at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant may be worse than the 1986 Chernobyl meltdown. Plant operator Tokyo Electric Power is making that dire assessment after admitting it has not been able to stop radiation from leaking from the plant.
One current and two former Banning police officers are claiming they were disciplined or fired because they are black. A lawyer for the three has sent the city a letter demanding damages and an apology. Banning’s police chief denies dsicriminations and tells the Press Enterprise that the officers were fired or disciplined for major misconduct.
A former Redlands East Valley High school basketball player is among ten people indicted inconnection with a point shaving scandal at the University of San Diego. Brandon Dowdy, who was the 2006 San Bernardino county player of the year is accused of soliciting someone to affect the outcome of a game. UC San Diegos all time leading scorer Brandon Johnson and an assistant coach are also charged.
Big Bear Lake is nearly full prompting officials to start releasing water from the lake for the first time in 15 years. As of Monday, the lake was just three inches from capacity.
A new documentary film is claiming the nails used to crucify Jesus have been found in a ancient tomb in Jerusalem. But many experts say the claims are far fetched.
Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne reportedly owe 1.7 million dollars in back taxes. The IRS has put a lien on their LA home…Sharon says they plan to pay their tax bill soon.
Tori Spelling has announced she is pregnant with her third child.