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County inspectors to watch for destructive moths under state contract

RIVERSIDE - The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, Sept. 10 approved a contract between the Riverside County Agricultural Commissioner's Office and the California Department of Food & Agriculture for countywide monitoring of fruits... — Updated 9/10/2019

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Developmentally disabled man, 30, missing in Riverside

RIVERSIDE - A 30-year-old Riverside man with a history of mental illness and a developmental disability was sought on Tuesday, Sept. 10 by authorities after he ran off and missed a recent non-criminal court appearance. Jeremy... — Updated 9/10/2019

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Riverside County's chief probation officer says so-long

RIVERSIDE - Chief Probation Officer Mark Hake was recognized on Tuesday, Sept. 10 as a "tremendous leader'' as he prepares to leave county service after 30 years at the same agency. "I've had a career I never imagined and was able... — Updated 9/10/2019

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Riverside County to observe annual POW/MIA recognition day

RIVERSIDE - The Board of Supervisors voted on Tuesday, Sept. 10 to observe POW/MIA Recognition Day on Sept. 20, during which the black flag memorializing American service members who have not been found following wars and... — Updated 9/10/2019

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Conference hosted by county education office to kick off in Indian Wells

INDIAN WELLS - More than 1,000 educators are expected to descend on Indian Wells on Wednesday, Sept. 11 for the sixth annual Excellence Through Equity Conference, hosted by the Riverside County Office of Education. Employees of 49... — Updated 9/10/2019

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Report: Riverside, San Diego, L.A. counties lead western US in extreme fire risk

RIVERSIDE - The Los Angeles, Riverside and San Diego metropolitan areas have the most homes in the Western United States considered to be at high or extreme risk of being damaged... — Updated 9/12/2019

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Ex-Palm Springs mayor, 2 developers indicted in bribery case to be arraigned

INDIO -- Ex-Palm Springs Mayor Steve Pougnet and two Coachella Valley developers are set to be arraigned today after a grand jury indicted them on charges linking them to an alleged scheme of payments to the former mayor in... — Updated 9/12/2019

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Suspect in Palm Desert double homicide behind bars

PALM DESERT -- A 32-year-old man suspected of gunning down two people in a Palm Desert home was being held without bail today, as investigators continue to sort out what may have happened inside the residence. Frank Scott Castro... — Updated 9/12/2019


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