Aaron Burgin

Reporter in the southwestern Riverside County bureau of the Riverside Press-Enterprise

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Reporter in the southwestern Riverside County bureau of the Riverside Press-Enterprise

Aaron Burgin on KCRW

Southern California is as hard hit by housing foreclosures as any place in the country. Tonight we’ll hear about lawn painting, West Nile Virus and foreclosure fish.

Foreclosure Crisis Hits Home

Southern California is as hard hit by housing foreclosures as any place in the country. Tonight we’ll hear about lawn painting, West Nile Virus and foreclosure fish.

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