Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Riverside.
Multinational technology firm Konica Minolta plants roots in Riverside
Multinational technology firm Konica Minolta Business Solutions USA will be establishing a base of operations in downtown Riverside, city officials announced Thursday. Konica Minolta officials recently signed a 10-year lease for 10,000 square feet in the Citrus Tower at 3390 University Ave.
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Riverside offers $10,000 reward to help solve slaying
The reward offer is good for 60 days — the investigation so far has developed few leads, police say.
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In 1909, Riverside welcomed ‘doctor’ who peddled Nerve Tonic for $1
John A. Kergan, dubbed The Great Kamama, drew 2,000 for a show that included ‘healing’ but also singers, dancers and comedians
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Riverside camp for kids from military families brings fun, new friends
Operation Purple Camp, staged at UC Riverside, helped youths deal with the stresses of deployed parents
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