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Top Riverside news: Mayor to lead nonprofit on homelessness; Edison might cut power due to fire risk

Top Riverside news: Mayor to lead nonprofit on homelessness; Edison might cut power due to fire risk
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By Hoodline - Published on September 25, 2019.

Missed the the most recent top news in Riverside? Read on for everything you need to know.

Riverside woman dies days after Desert Hot Springs collision, suspect charged with murder

Jenna Hernan, 26, died following a collision at Pierson Boulevard and Palm Drive. The incident involved a pursuit that resulted in an arrest.

Read the full story on Desert Sun.

Riverside County officials dispute grand jury findings, back County Counsel Greg Priamos

There’s no proof the county’s top lawyer or other managers retaliated against employees or ‘created a climate of fear, intimidation and anxiety,’ the county’s response state…

Read the full story on Riverside Press-Enterprise .

Riverside Mayor Rusty Bailey will lead nonprofit focused on homelessness and poverty

Bailey, who announced Sept. 3 that he wouldn’t run for reelection in 2020, was chosen as CEO of the Riverside-based Path of Life Ministries

Read the full story on Riverside Press-Enterprise .

Edison might cut power to nearly 35,000 in Riverside County and 90,000 across SoCal due to fire risk

Edison considering power cuts to nearly 90,000 due to critical fire weather

Read the full story on Desert Sun.

True Crime Files: $50K reward offered in mother’s cold case murder

Riverside mother Teresa Madrigal was found murdered at Lake Poway in 1999. Her family is hoping a newly-announced reward will bring them justice after 20 years.

Read the full story on The CW San Diego.


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