Allyson Escobar, Redlands Daily Facts

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Past articles by Allyson:

What Inland Empire students say about wearing masks

As state law changes for some, the school mandate remains and students have mixed feelings → Read More

Students defy school mask mandate in Inland Empire

Fed up with the state’s rule, some – including youths at Norco Intermediate School – have been studying outdoors for days because they refuse to wear face coverings → Read More

Opening delayed for Cheech Marin art museum in Riverside –

The showcase for Chicano art is now set to open June 18, rather than the originally scheduled date of May 8 → Read More

Employee at Temecula’s Linfield Christian School fired after racist comment in viral video

“Go back to China!,” Sandra Miller is heard saying in video, which also led to a city of Coronado employee being placed on leave → Read More

Weekend westbound 91 Freeway closure canceled in Corona due to high winds

The work has not yet been rescheduled, officials said Friday, Jan. 21 → Read More

Inland Empire schools grapple with teachers, students sick with coronavirus

Administrators scrambled for subs, some classes were canceled, and home testing kits were handed out Monday, Jan. 10 → Read More

Lines at coronavirus testing sites cause traffic problems across Inland Empire

Murrieta officials had to put up stop signs, while traffic backups also were seen in Fontana → Read More

These Inland Empire residents, groups will be in 2022 Rose Parade

From equestrian groups to marching band performers, there are several local connections to this year’s New Year’s Day spectacle → Read More

California School for the Deaf, Riverside, football team gets $25,000 to improve field

The surprise came during an appearance on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” after an inspiring season and trip to the championship game → Read More

Norco marks Pearl Harbor attack on 80th anniversary

The 15th annual event included patriotic performances, a flyover of World War II planes and a 21-gun salute → Read More

Halloween roars back in Inland Empire

From roaming trick-or-treaters to Halloween village displays, the region celebrated the spooky evening Sunday, Oct. 31 → Read More

Riverside’s Castle Park brings back spooky Castle Dark

The spooky event with mazes, rides, scare zones and haunted houses runs Sunday, Oct. 24, and Halloween weekend → Read More

Inland Empire schools work to solve contract tracing ‘puzzle’

Riverside and San Bernardino districts use seating charts and tracer teams in hopes of keeping the coronavirus at bay → Read More

Indio Marine Hunter Lopez honored at Inland area Blue Mass

His family receives a posthumous award from the Diocese of San Bernardino at tribute to first responders, law officers and the military → Read More

Pfizer coronavirus booster shots now available in Inland Empire

Those who previously got the Pfizer vaccine, are 65 and older or have health conditions can get third injection → Read More

Fallen Marines from Inland Empire saluted at Murrieta tribute event

City leaders, residents and others gathered Tuesday night, Aug. 31, for a solemn remembrance of Cpl. Hunter Lopez, Lance Cpl. Dylan R. Merola and Cpl. Kareem M. Nikoui → Read More

Moreno Valley cheerleaders ‘rise above’ racial slurs to keep cheering

A week after hearing boos and monkey noises at Temecula Valley High School, Valley View High’s squad finds the support, courage to keep going → Read More

Moreno Valley cheerleaders hear racial slurs, monkey noises at Temecula Valley High football game

Valley View High’s cheer coach says fans, students of opposing school showered her squad with the N-word, boos, monkey sounds and told them they were “on the wrong side” → Read More

UC Riverside medical school grant aims to diversify physician workforce in Inland Empire

A $450,000 grant from The California Wellness Foundation will assist future doctors eager to help underserved communities in the Inland Empire → Read More

UC Riverside will help with slavery database co-created by new dean, a nationally-recognized project to track the stories of enslaved people, will be coming to campus with historian Daryle Williams → Read More