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Top Riverside news: Truck drivers honor fallen coworker; emergency declared due to wildfires; more

Top Riverside news: Truck drivers honor fallen coworker; emergency declared due to wildfires; more
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By Hoodline - Published on October 18, 2019.

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

Tow truck caravan honors coworker killed in Riverside

Dozens of Riverside tow truck drivers rolled out Thursday with horns blaring and lights flashing in a touching tribute to a fellow driver who was killed while on the job.

Read the full story on NBC LA.

Riverside County declares local emergency due to wildfires

Riverside County supervisors approved a local emergency proclamation Thursday connected to last week's deadly blaze in Calimesa, as well as three other wind-driven brush fires.

Read the full story on NBC LA.

Famous banjo player once lived in — and loved — Riverside

Eddie Peabody, who lived in town nearly 10 years starting in 1929, was an unofficial ambassador for the city.

Read the full story on Riverside Press-Enterprise .

From clothing to painting, this Riverside artist connects with people through her work

The first formal art class Linette Secoff took was at La Sierra University.

Read the full story on Riverside Press-Enterprise .

Warehouse tax deals, job forecasts must be reported under new law by Riverside assemblyman

Democrat Jose Medina’s bill to provide more transparency when incentives are given to logistics centers was signed into law.

Read the full story on Redlands Daily Facts.


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