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The city of Corona, meaning "crown" in Spanish, is located in southeastern California. Corona was founded during the peak of the citrus boom that took place in Southern California in the 1880s. The city is located in the upper end of the Santa Ana River Canyon which is the only significant pass through the Santa Ana Mountains. During the citrus boom, the city of Corona boasted the title of "The Lemon Capital of the World. "

Population: 124966
Local Newspapers: Riverside Press-Enterprise Arcadia Weekly Claremont Courier San Gabriel Valley Tribune Sierra Madre Weekly
Local Sports Teams: LA Avengers LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings LA Sparks
Local Colleges: HIS University

Zip Codes associated with corona, california: 91752 92879 92880 92881 92882 92883
Towns/Cities near corona, california : El Cerrito Home Gardens Norco Chino Hills Woodcrest

Corona News
Turpin parents facing more charges in case of abused children

David Turpin and Louise Turpin, the California couple accused of holding their 13 children captive and torturing all but one, are facing additional charges, a prosecution spokesman said Friday. Riverside County District Attorney spokesman John Hall told reporters after a brief court hearing that each Turpin is facing three additional counts of child abuse.

Corona City Council to consider McKinley overpass project

The Corona City Council is expected to spend a Wednesday, Feb. 28, study session discussing and possibly voting on a proposed project to solve traffic and safety problems at a McKinley Street railroad crossing a key issue in a failed recall effort whose deadline was Feb. 18. On Nov. 28, in the midst of a signature-gathering drive attempting to oust three council members , the council postponed a decision after hearing about two options and told city officials to come back with more information. More than 115 people, including local business owners and their attorneys, attended that study session.

California couple charged with torture of kids due in court

A California couple charged with torturing their children by starving, beating and shackling them is due in court on Friday. The couple was arrested last month after their 17-year-old daughter escaped from the family's home in Perris, California, and called 911.

Why Assemblywoman Sabrina Cervantes' foe is announcing his candidacy at a Corona gas station

A former prosecutor has emerged as a Republican challenger to a first-term Democratic assemblywoman in what could be one of the most competitive races of the 2018 Inland election cycle. Bill Essayli, a Corona resident, plans to announce his bid for California's 60th Assembly District at 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 24, at the 76 gas station on Green River Road in Corona.

David and Louise Turpin at their last court apperance on January 24.

Police say they lived in squalor for years, malnourished and deprived of contact with the outside world. Their parents are accused of torturing them.

Turpin parents will appear in court as donations pour in for their abused children

The California couple accused of holding their 13 children captive will appear in court Friday as donors from around the world have given more than $500,000 for the recovery of the abused siblings. David Allen Turpin, 56, and his wife, Louise Anna Turpin, 49, allegedly shackled some of their children to beds in a nondescript Riverside County home that doubled as the private Sandcastle Day School.

Radio Atlantic : How Innocence Becomes Irrelevant

After Rick Magnis, a Texas judge, reviewed the evidence in Benjamine Spencer's case, he recommended a new trial for Spencer "on the grounds of actual innocence." But Texas's highest criminal court took the rare step of rejecting the judge's ruling.

Corona police create web page to address school-threat rumors

What was perceived as a threat against Centennial High in Corona was actually directed at a school by the same name in New Mexico, Corona police said. Corona police, working with the Corona-Norco Unified School District, created a rumor-control website page on Thursday, Feb. 22, in the wake of the latest social media posts that were interpreted as threats against Corona schools .

Speller seeks third straight Riverside County crown

Aisha Randhawa, a student at Garretson Elementary School in Corona, competes in the 2016 Riverside County Spelling Bee. She seeks her third victory in a row on Wednesday, Feb. 28. If she wins, the seventh-grader at Auburndale Intermediate School in Corona would become the first three-time winner in county history.

A Retirement-Savings Crisis Is Creating Lives of Never-Ending Work

CORONA, Calif.-Roberta Gordon never thought she'd still be alive at age 76. She definitely didn't think she'd still be working. But every Saturday, she goes down to the local grocery store and hands out samples, earning $50 a day, because she needs the money.

School threat reports pour in and are being taken seriously, Southern California experts say

In the week since police say Nikolas Cruz killed 17 people at a Florida high school, reports of threats of violence against schools in Southern California and around the nation have poured in to police departments and schools. Such threats are not new, police say, and whether the actual number has increased in Southern California since the Feb. 14 tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High is debatable, experts say.

Cold weather lingers over Riverside County

The remnants of a cold low-pressure storm system was moving over Riverside County on Wednesday morning, prompting the National Weather Service to issue a freeze warning for areas west of the mountains and a frost advisory in the Coachella Valley and the San Gorgonio Pass. Both the freeze warning and frost advisory went into effect late Tuesday night and expired at 8 a.m. today, the NWS said.

School shooting threat targeting Santiago High in Corona debunked; police continue investigation

Rumors circulating about a possible active shooter at Corona's Santiago High School are false, Corona police officials announced Wednesday. "The Corona police department has been made aware of concerns of a rumored online threat discussed amongst students, and we have been actively working with officials to identify the source of the rumor, which has since been discredited," the post read.

Shackled, abused Turpin siblings given $535K for long-term care

Thirteen abused siblings were removed from a Perris home last month. Their parents are charged with multiple counts of child abuse and torture.

Upcoming I-15 toll lanes to be discussed at open house in Corona

An open house on Wednesday, Feb. 28, will offer the public information on planned construction of the 15 Freeway toll lanes . The event, hosted by the Riverside County Transportation Commission, is set for 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Eagle Glen Golf Club,1800 Eagle Glen Parkway, Corona.

Why is it near freezing in Riverside?

Clear skies and light winds caused temperatures to plummet this morning to near freezing in parts of Riverside County, with more low temperatures on tap tonight into Wednesday morning, the National Weather Service said. A cold low-pressure system over much of the western United States was causing the chilly local weather, with below-average daytime temperatures expected to prevail for the next two weeks, the NWS said.

Attempt to recall 3 Corona City Council members fails

Volunteers Pam Fairbrother, at center of photo, and Marcy Kahn, to the right, oversee signature gathering outside Walmart on Ontario Avenue in Corona last fall in an effort to recall three Corona City Council members. The recall bid failed when the residents' group wasn't able to collect enough signatures.

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