Doug E. Frog
With the driest year on record upon us it’s no surprise that Governor Jerry Brown declares drought state of emergency. What can we do? Our interview with the Inland Empire Utilities Agency gives us some [...]
Benjamin Lee is working with Big City Mountaineers to transform the lives of under-served urban youth through wilderness mentoring expeditions that instill critical life skills. He is set to climb 14,506 foot Mt. Whitney to [...]
Many people think of school shootings when they think of teen violence. But teen violence includes many different activities. These include fights, gang violence and suicide. The victims of teen violence are most often other [...]
Two plus two equals one. That’s Jimmie Johnson’s Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup™ math. The five time champion finished 2nd in the first two races of the Chase and that takes him in the [...]
I received a phone call today from a gentleman that could use some help. His organization had to move recently and that has left them in need of a few things. His note to me [...]
Cooling Centers are now open throughout Riverside County to help beat the heat and to offer tips on saving energy. This interview gives locations, what the centers have to offer and information about the collaboration [...]
California State Parks is the largest park system in the country and serves over 75 million visitors annually. Rising costs and budget cuts have threatened our Southern California State Parks.
Addiction takes on many forms. Drugs, Food, Shopping, Gambling just to name a few. We’ve learned recently with the deaths of Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Brittany Murphy, Heath Ledger, Corey Haim and more that a combination of drugs can have unintended consequences.
It seems like yesterday but it was two decades ago Barbara Wormser gathered a willing group of volunteers to transport food from a donor and drive it directly without storing or holding it to a recipient organization. We know it as Inland Harvest and our partner every year in the annual Kfrog Cares Food Drive.
The best way to end distracted driving is to educate yourself about the danger it poses. Listen to this Eye on the Community segment to learn facts and statistics that are powerfully persuasive.