Ryan Hagen, SGV Tribune

Ryan Hagen

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Riverside, CA, United States

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Past articles by Ryan:

Gov. Gavin Newsom appears in San Bernardino to tout school reopenings, investment

He also visited Juanita B. Jones Elementary School to chat with students → Read More

Riverside to study plan to help residents who couldn’t pay utility bills – Press Enterprise

With delinquent rates up 419% on electric, water, sewer and refuse services, the council considered Tuesday, Aug. 3, a plan to help some who’ve stopped making payments. But leaders want more … → Read More

San Bernardino County library programs return for first time since pandemic

Crafts and other programs are being phased in at the library system’s 32 branches beginning the first week of August → Read More

Riverside’s Harada House gets $7 million for rehabilitation and opening to public – Press Enterprise

The home was the center of a landmark court case determining that the Japanese American family living there could own the home despite a California law against it → Read More

Riverside County hospitals had five times as many COVID-19 patients on Aug. 1 as July 1

There are 319 people in county hospitals with confirmed cases, compared to 49 one month earlier → Read More

San Bernardino County erases reported jump in COVID-19 deaths, cites state error

County officials had reported 224 new COVID-19 deaths Friday, July 30 — double the previous daily record — but on Monday, Aug. 2, they said that was a mistake → Read More

Lois Carson, public servant in Riverside and San Bernardino counties, dies at 90

The longtime executive director of the Community Action Partnership of Riverside County, was a prominent member of nonprofit groups across the Inland Empire → Read More

Data backlog blamed for 224 San Bernardino County coronavirus deaths reported Friday

Death reports are expected to rise sharply in the next few days, but those people died earlier in the pandemic, the county says → Read More

San Bernardino County vaccinates 1 millionth person

The county has given at least one dose of the vaccine to 1,000,474 people as of Wednesday, July 28, which is 45.1% of the population and 54.6% of those 12 or older → Read More

California schools will still require masks despite CDC guidelines

The CDC said Friday, July 9, that vaccinated students and teachers don’t need to wear masks indoors, but state officials said they will continue to require it. → Read More

San Bernardino County picks Undersheriff Shannon Dicus as new sheriff

Dicus has been with the Sheriff’s Department since 1991 and said he plans to run for election to the job in June 2022. → Read More

Short-term rentals face 10-times-higher fines in San Bernardino County

Some Air BnB operators say they support the tougher stance because it levels the playing field for those who have already been good neighbors. → Read More

How Inland Rep. Pete Aguilar rose from Redlands City Hall to Capitol Hill

The ex-Redlands mayor, just appointed to a panel probing the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol insurrection, is climbing the ranks of House Democratic leadership → Read More

Rep. Pete Aguilar, D-San Bernardino, among 13 to investigate Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection

Aguilar said he will follow the facts in a nonpartisan look at “one of the darkest days in our country’s history” → Read More

How do San Bernardino, Riverside county coronavirus death tolls compare?

San Bernardino County recently recorded a higher overall toll for the first time, but reporting delays mean its numbers have actually been higher than Riverside County for months → Read More

Why San Bernardino County is appointing a sheriff rather than having an election

The board will meet July 7 to choose a sheriff who will first face election in June 2022 → Read More

San Bernardino County supervisors will appoint new sheriff July 7

While John McMahon’s replacement will be chosen by the board, the public can vote for sheriff in June 2022 → Read More

Why are so few people getting vaccinated in the Inland Empire?

Riverside, San Bernardino counties lag behind Los Angeles and Orange counties as experts warn low rates could cause a coronavirus outbreak → Read More

What will change in the Inland Empire with June 15 ‘reopening?’ – San Bernardino Sun

Capacity limits and mask mandates for the vaccinated are disappearing as state ‘reopens,’ but some changes already happened and others won’t be undone soon → Read More

5 takeaways from San Bernardino County’s $7.6 billion budget

The county Board of Supervisors approved the budget Tuesday, June 8 → Read More