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Jeff Horseman

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Riverside, CA, United States

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Past articles by Jeff:

Could a train derailment like East Palestine, Ohio, occur in the Inland Empire?

Disasters involving hazardous chemical spills are rare, but derailments do occur. → Read More

How many Inland Empire warehouses are locally owned? Does it matter?

Public records give clues about who controls the region’s main industry — and where they’re headquartered. → Read More

Critics of Riverside County sheriff welcome attorney general investigation

The civil rights probe of the department “restore(s) my faith in justice,” the county Democratic Party chair says. → Read More

Temecula leaders turning right as critics try to slam the brakes

Its city council and school board have tackled issues like abortion and race, stirring debate in an increasingly diverse community. → Read More

Norco post office renamed for fallen Marine Lance Cpl. Kareem Nikoui

The Norco High graduate died in the 2021 Kabul airport suicide bombing. → Read More

Inland Empire warehouse moratorium pitched to Gov. Gavin Newsom

“We have a right to not be made sick by the air we breathe,” read a letter signed by more than 60 organizations. → Read More

Bill would end mailing of ballots to all California voters, speed up election results

Bill Essayli, an Inland Empire GOP assemblymember, also hopes to restrict who could return mail-in ballots. → Read More

Why Monterey Park, Half Moon Bay were — and weren’t — typical mass shootings

The accused gunmen defied stereotypes, but did they have something in common with other mass shooters? → Read More

Bill seeks to require Legislature candidates to live in districts in which they’re running – San Bernardino Sun

Riverside Democrat Sabrina Cervantes says proposal is inspired by Bill Essayli, who registered to vote outside the Assembly District he represents. → Read More

What does House speaker vote mean for California?

“The last last bit of lifeline that the California GOP has goes away” if Kevin McCarthy isn’t speaker, a Republican consultant said Wednesday, Jan. 4. → Read More

Which Inland Empire cities have the most warehouses?

A Riverside consultant and adjunct professor created a map to find out. → Read More

Short 85 votes, Christy Holstege concedes in 47th Assembly District race

The Democrat won’t pursue a recount in one of the tightest Assembly races in California history. → Read More

Greg Wallis beats Christy Holstege by 85 votes to win Inland Assembly seat

Republican’s victory in the 47th Assembly District appears to be one of the closest legislative races in California history. → Read More

Inland PAC fights for gun rights close to home

The Inland Empire Gun Owners PAC battles new gun laws, helps get concealed weapons permits. → Read More

Diesel trucks could be phased out in California in 20 years

A proposed rule to speed the shift to zero-emission engines could go before the California Air Resources Board in spring. → Read More

Gavin Newsom is losing in the Inland Empire and 4 other election takeaways

How many voters turned out? And does Rep. Ken Calvert have reason to worry — even though he is winning? → Read More

Christy Holstege and Greg Wallis in nail-biter race for 47th Assembly District seat

A narrow vote margin separates candidates seeking to represent area that takes in parts of Riverside, San Bernardino counties. → Read More

For Southern California Republicans, Trump’s comeback could mean a ‘foggy’ future

Former President Donald Trump has officially mounted his comeback, but is it one Republicans in Southern California want? → Read More

Why does it take so long to get election results?

Election Night isn’t the end of election season. Not even close. → Read More

On Election Day, here’s what Inland Empire voters need to know

Polls are open, though more than 438,000 ballots have already been cast in Riverside and San Bernardino counties. → Read More