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Second victim of Sage shooting in critical condition, sheriff's officials say

A man who was found dead on a property in the unincorporated community of Sage was shot to death, authorities said today. Authorities also disclosed that a second man was wounded in the shooting, which was reported at 12:49 p.m.... — Updated 3/21/2018

Mt. San Jacinto College announces purchase of two buildings for new Temecula campus

The Mt. San Jacinto Community College District announced that it acquired two five-story buildings in Temecula that were previously owned by Abbott Laboratories. The college... — Updated 3/20/2018

Pedestrian struck, killed in community west of Perris

A woman was struck and killed by a car when he ran out into lanes of traffic in a community west of Perris on Wednesday, March 21, according to California Highway Patrol officials. The incident happened shortly after 2 p.m. on... — Updated 3/22/2018

Man found dead in house east of Temecula

A man found dead today in a home in the unincorporated community of Sage was the victim of a homicide, though authorities were tight-lipped regarding the circumstances. The victim, whose name was not immediately released, was... — Updated 3/19/2018

Multiple people ejected in van rollover crash in Perris

Multiple people were ejected from a minivan that rolled over numerous times at a Perris intersection today. The crash occurred at 2:03 p.m. at Harley Knox Boulevard and Indian Avenue, according to Tawny Cabral of the Riverside... — Updated 3/19/2018

Wildomar residents weigh in on city's future park

The city of Wildomar held its second of three workshops Thursday, March 8, seeking feedback from residents on what features a 27-acre park near Ronald Reagan Elementary School... — Updated 3/18/2018

Tropical birds snatched from Menifee business

MENIFEE – Burglars broke into a Menifee pet shop that specializes in selling exotic birds, stealing an unknown number of the winged creatures before making their getaway Friday, March 16. The theft was reported about 9 a.m. at... — Updated 3/19/2018

Federal prison guard charged with sexually abusing female inmates

RIVERSIDE – A federal prison guard accused of engaging in sex acts with two female inmates, one of whom was under duress, made his initial court appearance in Riverside before a U.S. District Court judge, who granted him... — Updated 3/19/2018

City of Murrieta set to honor military wives and mothers

The city of Murrieta will honor wives of active duty military and mothers who are currently serving in the Armed Forces with a brunch Saturday, May 12. The brunch, in memory of Kathy Mae Gibbs, will be held in the Garden of... — Updated 3/18/2018

Person pulled From burning, collapsing Murrieta-area house

MURRIETA -- A burning house collapsed around a person as firefighters made a rescue near Murrieta today, and the occupant was seriously injured. The blaze was reported at 1:14 p.m. in the 39000 block of Cardiff Avenue, said Tawny... — Updated 3/19/2018

Mt. San Jacinto women beat Merced, 81-52, claim CCCAA Women's Basketball Championship

VENTURA – Kalia Gower's putback at the halftime buzzer propelled Mt. San Jacinto College into the lead and began a 17-point run from which Merced College could not recover as the ... — Updated 3/18/2018

HS Girls' Basketball: 2018 All-Southwestern League teams announced, Vista Murrieta's Gabby Stoll named MVP

The 2018 All-Southwestern League Teams have been selected and Vista Murrieta senior Gabby Stoll led the way in votes with her Most Valuable Player selection. Stoll led the Lady... — Updated 3/18/2018

HS Boys' Basketball: 2018 All-Southwestern League teams announced, Murrieta Mesa's Shamar Wright named MVP

The 2018 All-Southwestern League Teams have been selected and though it is usually customary to wait until the season is actually over before the selections are announced, Coach... — Updated 3/18/2018

"A Wrinkle in Time"

Last week I reviewed "Red Sparrow," a spy movie with a typical spy movie plot. All of the characters had their own agenda, loyalties kept flip-flopping around, and there was a lot... — Updated 3/18/2018

Plenty of free events offered at Pala in March

PALA – Pala Casino Spa & Resort will continue its free events series in March featuring the 60+ Club at 1 p.m. Tuesdays and the underground wine CAVE on weekends. Due to construction of Pala’s $170 million expansion and... — Updated 3/18/2018

Western Municipal Water District's recycled pipeline project provides a local, reliable water source

RIVERSIDE – Western Municipal Water District's board of directors, staff and regional partners celebrated the Meridian Recycled Water Pipeline project, honoring the district's... — Updated 3/18/2018

Pets of the Week

Animal Friends of the Valleys Special: All cats/kittens, pit bulls, and Chihuahuas adoptions are just $5 (spay/neuter fees, if applicable, are additional). Dog and cat adoption... — Updated 3/18/2018

Parents, teachers and students can reduce standardized-test stress

Standardized testing has drawn its share of criticism from teachers, students and parents. One of the most common complaints is the stress that all three groups feel – from preparation through performance. From a young age,... — Updated 3/18/2018

Take one moment of brave faith

My beloved child, would you, this day, take one step of bold faith? I entreat you, dare to take my hand. Grasp the possibility of the promise which dawns upon the morrow. Release... — Updated 3/18/2018

Sidney Eskildsen earns scholarship to Alvernia University

READING, Pa. – Hard work in high school has paid off for college-bound seniors. Sidney Eskildsen of Murrieta has been granted the Trustees’ Scholarship to study nursing at Alvernia University in the fall. Eskildsen is... — Updated 3/18/2018

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