Pancakes, Prizes, and All That Jazz

This past weekend Applebee’s in Moreno Valley and the Valley View High School Crimson Regiment partnered up to provide a special holiday breakfast and help raise money for the band. The location, which usually opens around 11 am and is… Read full article at Moreno Valley City News

IE Alliance and Community Now Duffel…

The Inland Empire Alliance and Moreno Valley's Community Now, have joined the effort to get Duffel Bags to Foster Kids, courtesy of the "Together We Rise Program. Our First decoration and distribution was held on November 19th. Foster Children will… Read full article at Moreno Valley City News

Students from first La Quinta library…

An hour before the event was to begin, Cesar Chavez Elementary School canceled a student performance at La Quinta Museum featuring the student-performers involved in the Mexican heritage library incident in September. The student-performers became the center of controversy in… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Supervisors clear way for school districts…

RIVERSIDE - Qualifying community college and K-12 school districts in Riverside County now have the option to issue general obligation bonds with minimal involvement by the county, thanks to a policy change approved on Tuesday, Dec. 4 by the Board… Read full article at The Valley News

Brightwood College to close Palm Springs…

PALM SPRINGS, Calif. - Thousands of students across the country, and in Palm Springs, were shocked to learn Wednesday their schools were closing. The for-profit Brightwood Colleges informed students via email their campuses would shut down on Friday. KESQ viewers… Read full article at KESQ News

More bang for the buck: California’s…

When it was first enacted by Gov. Jerry Brown in 2013, equity, not equality, was the mission of the Local Control Funding Formula, which gave more state money to school districts with the highest need and, as the name suggests,… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Reports: Southern California economy in transition,…

Southern California’s economy continues to power forward, but technology, shifting demographics and a persistent housing shortage have changed the way the region does business, according to a series of new economic reports. The studies, prepared by area economists for the… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

School security guard sentenced to probation…

INDIO, Calif. - A middle school security guard who sent inappropriate text messages to a student was sentenced today to three years probation and ordered to register as a sex offender. James Arthur Campbell, a former guard at Indio's Desert… Read full article at KESQ News