David Downey, The Press-Enterprise

David Downey

The Press-Enterprise

Riverside, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • The Press-Enterprise
  • Redlands Daily Facts
  • Daily Bulletin
  • San Jose Mercury News
Past:
  • O.C. Register
  • The Denver Post
  • The Sun
  • Whittier Daily News
  • Pasadena Star News
  • L.A. Daily News
  • LB Press-Telegram
  • The Cannabist
  • SGV Tribune
  • Monterey Herald
  • and more…

Recent articles by David:

Marijuana ban in Riverside could end next year; 14 pot shops could be OK’d

Meanwhile, residents plan a drive to get a separate initiative on the November 2022 ballot that would set different rules for cannabis operations → Read More

Riverside menorah lighting festival marks Hanukkah

The 17th annual event Monday, Nov. 29, featured food, music and other activities → Read More

Night work set for 91 Freeway in Corona, Riverside this week

Lanes will close on Magnolia Avenue in Riverside, 91 toll lanes in Corona → Read More

Festival of Lights in Riverside starts without switch-on ceremony

The Mission Inn Hotel & Spa’s holiday spectacle is set to run through Jan. 6 → Read More

Riverside spending $19.2 million to pave, repair roads

But city officials say that still isn’t enough to maintain the status quo → Read More

Riverside buying two police helicopters for $10.8 million

The aircraft will replace two older helicopters that have served the city since 1995 and 2008, respectively → Read More

Riverside Military Wall of Honor to get $100,000 face-lift

Mayor Patricia Lock Dawson, chambers of commerce lead campaign to expand, update downtown monument to the fallen → Read More

Moreno Valley, Hemet elect council members; Measure G passes, final results show

Riverside County has certified the Nov. 2 election → Read More

Cahuilla leader’s art has message about Native American life in U.S.

Gerald Clarke Jr. sits on the tribal council of the Cahuilla Band of Indians in Anza, is a cattle rancher and a UC Riverside professor → Read More

DA demands Moreno Valley undo council appointment

The council will meet at 4 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 18, to consider revoking its Oct. 19 appointment of LaDonna Jempson, and at 5 p.m. to consider firing its city attorney → Read More

Eight-story downtown Riverside hotel is approved

It will be built across the street from a more-than-century-old First Congregational Church and its 114-foot bell tower, the city council decided Tuesday, Nov. 16 → Read More

After viral video of teacher, Native Americans offer to help California schools

Leaders want to assist with hiring, curriculum and diversity training after footage of a North High teacher with a headdress dancing around a classroom sparked widespread outrage → Read More

After viral video, Native Americans offer to help Riverside schools

Leaders want to assist with hiring, curriculum and diversity training after footage of a North High teacher with a headdress dancing around a classroom sparked widespread outrage → Read More

World Logistics Center developer, environmental group settle lawsuit, preserve 2,737 acres

The deal expands the San Jacinto Wildlife Area and moves the Moreno Valley warehouse project closer to construction → Read More

Downtown Riverside hotel appeals to be heard by city council

Some oppose the eight-story, 226-room, project because it’s across the street from an iconic 114-foot church bell tower → Read More

Lawsuit aims to void LaDonna Jempson’s appointment to Moreno Valley City Council – Press Enterprise

A resident’s suit alleges that the council members never actually voted to appoint a new member on Oct. 19 → Read More

Three lawmakers to discuss Riverside teacher’s mock Native American dance – Press Enterprise

The Assembly members will meet Monday, Nov. 15, with the school board to discuss how to prevent similar classroom incidents → Read More

Riverside’s Measure C blocked by judge until January hearing – Press Enterprise

A residents group sued to prevent an election on the city’s practice of using electric money to fund basic services that aren’t related to providing power → Read More

After California teacher’s mock Native American chant, school officials announce plan

Since viral video of North High teacher, the Riverside Unified School District says it’s working to present holidays like Thanksgiving accurately → Read More

After Riverside teacher’s mock Native American chant, officials announce plan

Since viral video of North High teacher, the Riverside Unified School District says it’s working to present holidays like Thanksgiving accurately → Read More