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Top Riverside news: UC studies 'Monster tumbleweed’; killer of CHP officer fired at least 100 times

Top Riverside news: UC studies 'Monster tumbleweed’; killer of CHP officer fired at least 100 times
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By Hoodline - Published on August 29, 2019.

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Riverside.

Killer of CHP officer fired at least 100 times, Riverside police say

New details emerged Wednesday at the Riverside Community Police Review Commission in the slaying of Andre Moye Jr.

Read the full story on DailyBreeze.

Halloween haunts and scaring people are what thrill this Riverside resident

Joshua Roa St. Pierre built his first walk-through haunted house when he was 13.

Read the full story on Riverside Press-Enterprise .

Where to explore the Great Outdoors — right here in Riverside

Get away from it all without leaving the city by visiting these 3 iconic open spaces: Mount Rubidoux, Sycamore Canyon Wilderness Park and California Citrus State Historic Park.

Read the full story on Inland Valley Daily Bulletin.

Convicted arsonist now accused of torching Orange County buildings, burglarizing fire stations

Authorities believe Christian David Saddler, 21, of Hesperia, committed crimes in Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Los Angeles counties.

Read the full story on Los Angeles Daily News.

Blame it on climate change: ‘Monster tumbleweed,’ a new strain of invasive weed, rolls on

Far from dusty ghost town relics, a new invasive species of tumbleweed studied by UC Riverside researchers is here to stay.

Read the full story on The Sacramento Bee.


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