Long Beach born Mexican-American singing star Jenni Rivera has died in a plane crash in northern Mexico. A government spokesman says investigators found what was left of Rivera’s small aircraft, after it disappeared from the radar about 62 miles south of Monterrey after a concert early Sunday. Rivera’s attorney, hair stylist and two pilots were also on board. Rivera often performed in the Inland Empire and owned a Corona real estate agency.
An investigation continues into Saturday nights officer-involved deadly shooting of a Cal State San Bernardino graduate student. Police say 38-year-old Bartholomew Williams became aggressive at the University Village housing complex and officers “fearing for their safety fired their weapon.” He died at the scene.
Today is the deadline for potential bidders to submit letters of interest to buy bankrupt Hostess Brands’ assets. That includes name brands like Twinkies and Wonder Bread.
Fed Ex is expecting its busiest shipping day in history today. They are expecting to move more than 19 million packages today more than twice their normal load.
“Skyfall” has risen back to the top of the box office. The latest James Bond film brought in an estimated eleven-million-dollars over weekend, returning it to the number one spot.
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