Fentanyl, a drug that has been running rampant within the United States, is becoming a serious issue within the Inland Empire. The region that once was called “The Meth Capital of the World” now fears that fentanyl will cause another drug epidemic. Riverside City College Viewpoints journalists, in partnership with California Humanities through the Democracy and Informed Citizen Emerging Journalist Fellowship Program, looked to answer three questions: 1) How is the drug entering the region? 2) What does fentanyl do to a person who consumes it? 3) What solutions does the Inland Empire have?
Enrique Marquez Jr., the man who bought high-powered rifles used in the San Bernardino terrorist attack, plead guilty Feb. 16.
The Dec. 2 terrorist attack in San Bernardino at the Inland Regional Center has now been given a global platform as Apple has stated its opposition to an order by a California judge to unlock an iPhone operated by Syed Rizwan Farook, a shooter in the act along with his wife, Tafsheen Malik.
Enrique Marquez admitted that he was making plans along with Syed Farook, the gunman from the San Bernardino Shooting on Dec. 2, to attack the cafeteria or library at Riverside City College, according to the U.S. Attorney