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A football player from Santiago High School in Corona remains in critical condition after suffering serious neck and spinal injuries in Friday nights game against Upland. School officials tell the Press Enterprise that Junior Jordan Walker underwent surgery Saturday and was taken off a ventilator Sunday morning.

A teacher at Lakeside Middle School in Perris has pleaded guilty to having an inappropriate relationship with a minor. Forty-two-year-old Jeffrey Rightmire was arrested in April. He was sentenced to 120 days in a work release program, five years’ probation and will have to register as a sex offender.

President Obama begins a two-day fundraiser visit to California later today with a stop in San Francisco, followed by an overnight stay in Los Angeles.

There is new information on meat labels at your grocery store. A new law went into effect over the weekend that requires meat labels to list where the livestock was born, raised and slaughtered. The law was passed back in 2002 over concerns about imported mad cow disease.

Fewer cars are expected to be on the roadways this Thanksgiving holiday. AAA projects four-point-four-million Californians plan to travel 50 miles or more during this time, which is a slight decline from last year.

“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” torched the competition at the box office over the weekend earning more than $161 million dollars. That is the biggest November opening for a movie ever.

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November 25, 2013 at 5:13 am | News | No comment