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About: riverside, california

Named for its proximity to the Santa Ana River Riverside is about sixty miles east of Los Angeles. Riverside is claims to be the birthplace of the California citrus industry (the first trees having been planted in 1871 and is home to the California Museum of Photography and the Fox Performing Arts Center. The Fox Performing Arts Center is where the very first screening of Gone with the Wind was held. The city is also the location of the world's largest paper cup.

Population: 300430
Local Newspapers: The Press Enterprise
Local Sports Teams: UC Riverside Bears
Local Colleges: University of California – Riverside California Baptist University

Zip Codes associated with riverside, california: 92501 92503 92504 92505 92506 92507 92508 92509
Towns/Cities near riverside, california : Rubidoux Pedley Corona Woodcrest Moreno Valley Highgrove Grand Terrace Loma Linda Perris

Riverside News
Workshop on Riversidea s plan to end homelessness set for Thursday, Feb. 22

Volunteer Josue Reynaga, a medical student from UC Riverside, interviews Douglas Burton, 60, with his dog Fish, living in a creek bed along Van Buren Boulevard, during the annual Point-In-Time Homeless Count and survey in Jurupa Valley on Tuesday, Jan. 23. Riverside is adopting a "Housing First" approach to homelessness. Photo by Stan Lim, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG A workshop on Riverside's Housing First plan to end homelessness in the city is set for Thursday, Feb. 22. The workshop hosted, by the city and The Grove Community Church, will be from 6 p.m to 8 p.m. at the church, 19900 Grove Community Drive, Riverside.

Status Update: Altura Credit Union net income soars; Marriott TownePlace Suites opens

Christopher Thornberg, Director, Center for Economic Forecasting and Development, speaks about the U.S. and California forecast during the 7th Annual Inland Empire Economic Forecast Conference on Thursday, Sept 29, 2016 at the Riverside Convention Center. The Riverside-based organization reported net income of $10.23 million for 2017, an increase of 30.1 percent over the end of 2016, according to a news release.

Deputies investigate burglary at home of Perris torture defendants; stolen car recovered

Authorities responded to the home of the Perris torture suspects Thursday, Feb. 15, after neighbors noticed the suspectsA' door open and that two of the suspectsA' vehicles were missing. Riverside County sheriff's deputies on Thursday, Feb. 15, investigated a report of a burglary at the Perris house where authorities said a couple tortured their 13 children, and Riverside police arrested a man who they say was found in a vehicle stolen from the driveway.

Two in car extricated by firefighters after Riverside crash

Riverside firefighters used the Jaws of Life to extricate two people from a sedan that collided with a pickup truck Thursday night. Terrible crash on Third Street near Eucalyptus Avenue in Riverside.

Riverside police seek publica s help to identify attempted burglary suspect

Riverside police are seeking the public's help to identify an attempted burglary suspect from a Feb. 9 incident in the city, according to a police news release. The incident was reported at 11:30 a.m. when an unknown suspect was seen knocking on the front door of a home in the 14000 block of Ashton Lane.

Riverside police seize drugs, guns and make four arrests

Riverside police detectives seized hundreds of assorted pills of pharmaceutical and illegal drugs - along with six weapons that were illegally possessed - and made four arrests tied to a Mission Grove drug trafficking house, police said in a news release Thursday, Feb. 15. Beginning in January, detectives observed suspected illegal drug sales by residents of the house in the 800 block of Kilmarnock Way and on Feb. 9 made a traffic stop related to the investigation and served a search warrant at the house. They found suspected cocaine, more than 1,300 assorted pills of MDMA, commonly referred to as Ecstacy; more than 700 Xanax pills; hundreds of narcotics pills, including morphine; and nearly $10,000 in cash.

3 things to do in the Inland Empire this weekend, Feb. 16-18

It's time for the weekend, so here's the latest edition of the Play List with ideas for what to do with friends, as a couple or with your family in the Inland Empire. Dog lovers will certainly enjoy a day celebrating canine friends while paying tribute to the military during the War Dogs Remembrance Day at March Field Air Museum.

Riverside actor featured in upcoming Cal Baptist play launches new theater company

Caleb J. Leal was a freshman at Riverside City College when he saw a casting notice for Courtyard Shakespeare Festival, a new company that was forming as a program of California Baptist University. He auditioned and was cast in both "Romeo and Juliet" and "A Midsummer Night's Dream."

Presidential stay: Hotels that hosted the commander in chief

One of the guest rooms at the Boca Raton & Resort Club, where presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton have stayed. It wouldn't come as a surprise if President Harding spent time on this spacious porch at the Harding Cabin at Deer Creek Lodge.

Riverside police seek to identify store robbers

Riverside police are seeking the public's help in identifying three people who are suspected of robbing a store, assaulting an employee, crashing into a witness's car and threatening him by brandishing an assault rifle. About 4:20 p.m. on Jan. 22, two men and a woman entered the Dollar General in the 4100 block of Tyler Street, between Hole and California avenues, and stole nearly 100 Blu-Ray movies worth $700, a news release said.

Valentinea s Day: Love is in the air at Riversidea s Mission Inn all month long

At the Mission Inn Hotel & Spa in Riverside, innkeepers Duane and Kelly Roberts are offering their second annual Festa dell'Amore the entire month of February. Rose petals and twinkling lights adorn the hotel and romance is in the air as you partake of such options as overnight stays, special culinary offerings and spa packages designed to kindle the spark of amore for you and your significant other.

San Bernardino mom denies charges that she killed her daughter, 3, in Highgrove

A San Bernardino woman whom relatives said had been struggling with mental health issues pleaded not guilty Tuesday, Feb. 13, to a charge that she beat her 3-year-old daughter to death last month. Susan Marie Rank, 30, entered her plea through Deputy Public Defender Judith Gweon during a brief arraignment before Riverside County Superior Court Judge David Gunn.

San Bernardino mom denies charges that she killed her daughter, 3, in Highgrove

Susan Rank, 30, of San Bernardino, accused of fatally beating her 3-year-old daughter in the backyard of a Highgrove group home, appears in a Riverside court for her arraignment on Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018. She pleaded not guilty.

Repeat offender sent back to prison for Riverside burglary and weapons crime

A convicted felon who stole video cameras and other equipment from a Riverside industrial complex was sentenced Friday to three years in state prison. Kenneth Owen Berry, 32, pleaded guilty in December to burglary, receiving stolen property, vandalism and being a felon in possession of a firearm, as well as sentence-enhancing allegations of committing a crime while on bail and committing a crime within five years of parole from state prison.

A weekend of warmth for Southern California, followed by the chance of rain

Showers could start as early as Monday, with chances increasing each day and peaking on Thursday. Parents and students of Lincoln Elementary School cross E. Lincoln Ave. in Anaheim in 2017.

Suspected identity thief nabbed after Riverside traffic stop

An early morning traffic stop in Riverside led to the arrest of a suspected identity thief, the Riverside Police Department reported. A patrol officer pulled over Levi Gardner, 30, of Menifee shortly after midnight Friday, Feb. 9, at a gas station at Trautwein Road and Van Buren Boulevard in the Orangecrest neighborhood, according to a post of the department's Facebook page .

The free, weekly, workshop at the Janet Goeske Senior Center offers suggestions and support

Sylvia Clarke, 75, talks about her writing project during a workshop for military veterans, law enforcement firefighters at the Janet Goeske Senior Center in Riverside on Tuesday, Feb. 6. From Thomas Vaden's career in the military until he was 71 to Phyllis Maynard's time at a sheriff's department where she was expected to wear skirts to Gudelia Vaden's childhood in a neighborhood that was all-white except her family, this group of senior citizens is full of stories. They just need help getting those stories onto paper - preferably in a way that's interesting enough to have them published.

Dairy Queen in their DNA: third generation takes the throne at Riverside store

In January Alan Reinhardt bought the Dairy Queen on California Avenue from his parents Robert and Theresa Reinhardt, who got the shop from her parents, Albert and Connie Brunelle. Though the city razed the original building in 2011, the family says partnership and resilience is what gets them through and has led to more than a half century of success.

Christian hip hop artist TobyMac, NHRA races and a Metalachi show are on tap this weekend in the IE.

The NHRA Winter Nationals return to the Auto Club Raceway Pomona Thursday, Feb. 8 through Sunday, Feb. 11. It's time for the weekend, so here's the latest edition of the Play List with ideas for what to do with friends, as a couple or with your family in the Inland Empire. The band will hit the stage at Romano's Concert Lounge in Riverside on Friday, which is likely to be a vibrant and fun show.

Theologian to give annual Landa lecture at La Sierra University

Patrick Reyes, a theologian and educator, will give the 19th annual Paul J. Landa Memorial Lecture on Faith and Learning on Saturday, Feb. 24, at La Sierra University. The free event is set for 4 p.m. at La Sierra University Church, 4937 Sierra Vista Ave., Riverside.

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