At the intersection of Waterman Avenue and Fifth Street, there are candles in memory of Renail Pride. The 26-year-old was struck and killed Sunday night by a hit-and-run driver. "I’m looking at the street right now where my baby sister was laying … how could you do that?" her sister Petra Pride asked. Petra Pride came to the intersection Monday morning after the coroner stopped by her work to deliver the heartbreaking news of her sister’s death.
Mourners paid their respect Friday for a father killed while trying to break up a fight in Riverside. The young father, after a night out, came upon a brawl that was caught on cellphone video. Friends said risked his own safety by stepping in to break it up. "I told him, 'Adam don't go,'" said Alfredo Valverde, a friend. "And then he went. And then I went to him and said, 'Adam stop. He was walking away and someone hit him." This newly released security footage shows the two men police are looking for.
A Murrieta man and his live-in girlfriend were behind bars today on suspicion of severely abusing his 5-year-old son, who remains in an intensive care unit at a pediatric hospital. Tony Shin reports for the NBC4 News at 5 on Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2017.Published 8 minutes ago
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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