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    A young Marine faced scrutiny when he launched an "Armed Forces Tea Party" page. After a review, the Marine Corps now says he hasn't violated any military regulations. So he celebrated. With a tea party.
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    The Riverside County Board of Supervisors rejected an ordinance to ban "project labor agreements" that require contractors to hire only union workers on county-funded projects.
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    Manny Valencia wanted to create an enclave in Corona, California where the rich would come to play. Now, he has a beautiful mansion with a nearly $10 million price tag, and no one willing to buy it.
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    Food banks in Riverside are dealing with more requests from people trying to feed their families than ever. Many of those seeking assistance have never had to ask for food before, but high unemployment and massive foreclosure rates have led them to local charities for the bag or two of groceries that will help them get by.
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    Located in the middle of one of the most devastated regions in the United States, Riverside's Mission Inn Hotel is at the heart of an effort to disassociate the city from the housing market meltdown and bring people back to the downtown area. One step outside the hotel, however, shows that the plan is facing an uphill battle.
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    A young Marine faced scrutiny when he launched an "Armed Forces Tea Party" page. After a review, the Marine Corps now says he hasn't violated any military regulations. So he celebrated. With a tea party.
  • Entry
    The Riverside County Board of Supervisors rejected an ordinance to ban "project labor agreements" that require contractors to hire only union workers on county-funded projects.
  • Entry
    Manny Valencia wanted to create an enclave in Corona, California where the rich would come to play. Now, he has a beautiful mansion with a nearly $10 million price tag, and no one willing to buy it.
  • Entry
    Food banks in Riverside are dealing with more requests from people trying to feed their families than ever. Many of those seeking assistance have never had to ask for food before, but high unemployment and massive foreclosure rates have led them to local charities for the bag or two of groceries that will help them get by.
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    Located in the middle of one of the most devastated regions in the United States, Riverside's Mission Inn Hotel is at the heart of an effort to disassociate the city from the housing market meltdown and bring people back to the downtown area. One step outside the hotel, however, shows that the plan is facing an uphill battle.