Police in Corona are investigating the body of a newborn baby found in a trash receptacle Tuesday. The discovery was made after a 24 year old woman went to a local hospital and appeared to have just given birth but had no child. An investigation led to the baby’s body. The woman claims the child was dead at birth, but an autopsy is planned.
Hospital officials in western Pennsylvania say two of the 20 people injured in this morning’s stabbing rampage at a local high school are in critical condition and undergoing surgery. Forbes Regional Dr. Mark Rubino says another victim is relatively stable and in surgery. He described the wounds as “deep penetrating injuries.” The incident took place at Franklin Regional High School just outside of Pittsburgh. A tenth-grade male student is in custody and is being questioned by police.
Toyota is recalling about six-and-a-half-million vehicles worldwide. The company announced today that it had found problems with the steering and seats of certain models. The recall includes RAV4, Corolla, Yaris, Highlanders, Matrix and Tacoma pickups. This is Toyota’s second major recall this year. Click on the link below…the first two press releases list the models being recalled.
Police in Corona are on the look out for a man who sexually assaulted a woman as she got out of her cvar at Walmart on McKinley Ave Friday night. Authorities say a man asked the woman for spare change and when she reached in to her car, he jumped in, pulled a knife and forced her to drive to a secluded area where he assault her. He finally let her go seven hours later.
The suspect is described as a white male, approximately 40 years old, 5’07” with a slender build. He was wearing jean pants, a grey pull over hooded sweatshirt and a black baseball cap. Anyone with information is asked to call Corona Police.
Searchers have detected two more electronic signals that could be from a missing Malaysian airliner’s black boxes. The man in charge of the massive, international search effort says he hopes it will only be a matter of days before something can be recovered from the Indian Ocean floor.
Electronic speed-limit signs are being installed around several school campuses in Lake Elsinore. The signs are equipped with radar that will flash the speeds of vehicles approaching the schools. City officials say the goal of the 18 warning signs are to get drivers to slow down near schools.
One of the most popular stars in professional wrestling history is dead. The Ultimate Warrior died late Tuesday. No word on the cause of death The 54-year-old wrestler was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame just last week.
The High Desert and Inland Empire are well represented on a new list of the ten most boring cities in California. The survey by the Movoto Real Estate Blog looked at the number of live music venues, parks and fast food restaurants in different cities to gauge fun and they ranked Victorville as the fourth most boring city in the state…Ontario was 7th and Hesperia 9th. Lakewood was named the states most boring city followed by Lancaster and West Covina
Here is the whole list:
1. City of Lakewood
2. City of Lancaster
3. City of West Covina
4. City of Victorville
5. City of Merced
6. City of Alhambra
7. City of Ontario
8. City of Modesto
9. City of Hesperia
10. City of Carson
Here is a link to the blog:
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