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Top Riverside news: SCE warns more shut-offs possible; man pulled from burning car dies; more

Top Riverside news: SCE warns more shut-offs possible; man pulled from burning car dies; more
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By Hoodline - Published on October 17, 2019.

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

SCE could cut power to more than 8,000 customers in Riverside, San Bernardino counties due to fire risk

The announcement comes a week after Pacific Gas & Electric and Southern California Edison preemptively cut power to more than 2 million residents amid gusty winds, dry conditions and a heightened fire risk.

Read the full story on Desert Sun.

Colton man who was pulled from burning car in Riverside dies

Amos Eubanks, 87, perished about six hours after the crash on Chicago Avenue.

Read the full story on San Bernadino Sun.

Riverside raises water rate for agricultural customers, but it’s still much less than other customers

Starting in 2020, Riverside properties used for agriculture will be charged a new rate for water — more than many Greenbelt customers had been paying, but less than residents and businesses in the rest of the city.

Read the full story on Riverside Press-Enterprise .

CARB pact will enhance pollution studies at Riverside schools

The partnerships will create pathways to grants, industry sponsorships, equipment and other resources, along with participation from CARB officials at school events.

Read the full story on Riverside Press-Enterprise .

Lawsuit alleges that scam promised student admission to UC Riverside, cost his mother $66,000

UCR is not a defendant in the lawsuit filed by Jianan Wang and Ninglu He, who both live in China and thought the offer was too good to be true.

Read the full story on Riverside Press-Enterprise .


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