Inland Empire

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title Inland Empire economic outlook is grim work Los Angeles Times accessdate July 8, 2009 date October 30, 2008 url http: articles.latimes.com 2008 oct 30 local me-forecast30 In 2010, the area ranked fourth in the nation in the number of foreclosures, with one filing for every 133 households.

percent and 4.4 percent nationally. In 2008, unemployment in the area increased to 9.5 percent, "3 percentage points higher than the national rate and 1.3 points

of Yucaipa, primary television coverage is from the Palm Springs market. Film While there are no large film production companies or studios based in the Inland Empire, on-location shoots (Filming location) accounted for a total economic impact of $65.2 million in the two-county region in 2006.


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of Yucaipa, primary television coverage is from the Palm Springs market. Film While there are no large film production companies or studios based in the Inland Empire, on-location shoots (Filming location) accounted for a total economic impact of $65.2 million in the two-county region in 2006.


production industry

of methamphetamine production. The Riverside and San Bernardino county sheriffs' departments busted 635 meth labs in 2000; law enforcement has driven most of the meth production industry to Mexico since 2007, but many


musical acts

in December 2012, singer Ray Collins (Ray Collins (rock musician)) of the Mothers of Invention lived in the area. Zappa mentions the Inland Empire in the song "Billy the Mountain." From the late 80s until the late 90s, many up-and-coming musical acts, such as Rage Against the Machine, Blink-182 and No Doubt cut their teeth playing venues in Riverside.


series breaking

: www.inlandempire.com date January 30, 2013 accessdate January 30, 2013 Politics has also received coverage on the web, with iepolitics.com providing an outlet for political bloggers. Ann Lerner, Albuquerque's film liaison, told the ''L.A. Times'' about the AMC (AMC (TV channel)) cable TV series ''Breaking Bad'' producers wanted to film


played shows

accessdate December 11, 2007 Frank Zappa performed in Upland on Foothill Boulevard during the early 1960s where he played shows on a makeshift stage for college crowds. Zappa also purchased Pal Recording Studio on Archibald Avenue in Rancho Cucamonga where the Surfaris had recorded the surf music classic "Wipe Out." He dubbed it Studio Z and began making recordings which eventually led to the founding of Zappa's group, the Mothers of Invention. Up until his death in December 2012, singer Ray Collins (Ray Collins (rock musician)) of the Mothers of Invention lived in the area. Zappa mentions the Inland Empire in the song "Billy the Mountain." From the late 80s until the late 90s, many up-and-coming musical acts, such as Rage Against the Machine, Blink-182 and No Doubt cut their teeth playing venues in Riverside.


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of religious service once a week, 14 percent attend more than once a week, 15 percent once a month, and 14 percent only attend services on major religious holidays. Many faiths


aggressive driving

in Fatal Road Rage work Los Angeles Times accessdate July 9, 2009 date March 9, 1999 url http: articles.latimes.com 1999 mar 09 news mn-15519 The theft of copper, brass and other metals from highway and road fixtures has also led


participation quot

repeated this feat and again carried both counties. Non-Hispanic Whites and non-Hispanic Blacks have the highest participation rates for nearly every type of political activity, while Latinos and Asian Americans lag significantly behind those groups in terms of volunteerism and organizational membership. However, the 2006 immigration protests (Great American Boycott) have significantly boosted political participation among Latinos.

of religious service once a week, 14 percent attend more than once a week, 15 percent once a month, and 14 percent only attend services on major religious holidays. Many faiths


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on 2013-08-17. Currently, some of Omnitrans' bus routes run 1–2 hours apart, and some routes stop service in the early evening or may not run on weekends. Metrolink (Metrolink (Southern California)) offers rail service to Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego Counties. When combined with the large physical size of the region, more people use automobiles for convenient travel. Less than 5 percent of the IE's 1,249,224 working-age residents use public transportation to get to work. Omnitrans is the largest bus agency in San Bernardino County, while the Riverside Transit Agency is the largest in Riverside County. Airports

Inland Empire

population_note population_total population_density_km2 56.9 population_density_sq_mi 147.5 population_metro 4,224,851 (13th (List of United States metropolitan areas)) population_density_metro_km2 population_density_metro_sq_mi population_urban 1,506,816 (25th (List of United States urban areas)) population_density_urban_km2 1325.9 population_density_urban_sq_mi 3434.1 population_blank1_title population_blank1 population_blank2 population_density_blank1_km2 population_density_blank1_sq_mi timezone PST (Pacific Time Zone) utc_offset -8 timezone_DST PDT (Pacific Time Zone) utc_offset_DST -7 latd latm lats latNS longd longm longs longEW elevation_footnotes elevation_m -67.1 – 3,507 elevation_ft -220 – 11,499

The '''Inland Empire''' ('''I.E.''') is a metropolitan area and region of Southern California. It is situated directly east of the Los Angeles metropolitan area. The term "Inland Empire" is most commonly used in reference to the U.S. Census Bureau federally defined '''Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario metropolitan area''', which covers more than 27,000 square miles (70,000 km 2 ). The metropolitan area consists of Riverside County (Riverside County, California) and San Bernardino County (San Bernardino County, California).

According to the Census Bureau, the counties of San Bernardino and Riverside are home to over 4 million people, and together they comprise the 13th-most populous (Table of United States Metropolitan Statistical Areas) metropolitan area in the United States, and the third-most populous (California census statistical areas) in the state of California. Most of the area's population is located in the southwest of San Bernardino County and the northwest of Riverside County. At the end of the 19th century, the Inland Empire was a major center of agriculture, including citrus, dairy, and wine-making. Agriculture declined through the 20th century, and since the 1970s a rapidly growing population, fed by families migrating in search of affordable housing, has led to more residential, industrial, and commercial development. The U.S. Census Bureau also combines the Los Angeles metropolitan area and the Inland Empire into one larger region known as the Greater Los Angeles Area with a population of over 17 million.

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