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Top Riverside news: Mayor says he won’t run for re-election; fire destroys commercial building; more

Top Riverside news: Mayor says he won’t run for re-election; fire destroys commercial building; more
Photo: Rusty Bailey for Riverside's Mayor/Facebook
By Hoodline - Published on September 04, 2019.

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Riverside.

Riverside Mayor Rusty Bailey announces he won’t run for re-election

Bailey, who focused on homelessness, said he will not seek a third term in 2020.

Read the full story on The Press-Enterprise.

Riverside Councilman Andy Melendrez says he’ll run for mayor

A victory in 2020 would make him the first Latino or person of color to become mayor in the city’s 135-year history.

Read the full story on Riverside Press-Enterprise.

Riverside County could settle lawsuit alleging racial slurs, retaliation in waste management department

Ex-employee Frederick Ejiofor, who is black, alleged co-workers repeatedly called him a racial epithet and that he faced retaliation for complaining.

Read the full story on Riverside Press-Enterprise.

Fire destroys commercial building in Riverside

The building, near a gas station, was used to store tires.

Read the full story on Inland Valley Daily Bulletin.

3-year-old in Riverside sent to hospital after reports of possible drowning

The Riverside Police Department said police cleared the call as an accident.

Read the full story on The Press-Enterprise.


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