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City mourns unexpected passing of the 'people's mayor'

The city of Menifee is mourning the unexpected passing of Mayor Neil Winter, 65, this morning. Winter died in the late evening hours Saturday, May 19. Known about town as the... — Updated 5/20/2018 Full story

Temecula traffic is expected to be heavy for Mt. San Jacinto College graduation

Motorists planning on driving in south Temecula Friday evening, May 25, may want to plan their commute ahead of time, because a Mt. San Jacinto College graduation is expected to... — Updated 5/18/2018

Chaparral students learn about the dangers of intoxicated driving with 'Every 15 Minutes'

Students at Chaparral High School discovered the dangers of driving under the influence with an "Every 15 Minutes" presentation held May 1. The students were presented with a... — Updated 5/18/2018

Western Municipal Water District selects Ryan Shaw to oversee water resources department 

RIVERSIDE – Western Municipal Water District has named Ryan Shaw, a seasoned public-sector leader with nearly 15 years of water resource management experience, as its new... — Updated 5/18/2018

Lake Elsinore City Council is pleased with Dream Extreme Fishing Derby results

The Lake Elsinore City Council at its May 8 meeting received a glowing report on the sixth annual Dream Extreme Fish Derby, May 5-6, on the lake with more than $20,000 in cash and prizes awarded with many bass, catfish and crappy... — Updated 5/18/2018

Final round of Solar-Powered Boat Races today at Lake Skinner

WINCHESTER – The final round of the 16th annual Solar Cup Competition, where students from 38 Southern California high schools rely on the sun's rays to power boats, will be held today (Sunday, May 20) at Lake Skinner in... — Updated 5/20/2018

Chaparral girls' varsity lacrosse wins Southwestern League title

Lacrosse season has officially come to an end and the Chaparral Lady Pumas finished the season with 7 wins and 1 loss in the Southwestern League, making them league and city... — Updated 5/18/2018

Biosustainability Club hosts new summer science camps for youths in newly built aquaponics greenhouse

TEMECULA – Parents throughout Temecula and Murrieta can extend their students’ science learning beyond the school year with a sign-up for summer science camp. Thee all-new science enrichment summer camps are being hosted on... — Updated 5/18/2018

Redbud trees are harbinger of spring

Spring is happening, and so are the flowering redbuds, Cercis canadensis. When you look closely,, the petite flowers resemble a tiny pea, hence they are called "pea flowers" This... — Updated 5/18/2018

Donate blood in May

TEMECULA – The San Diego Blood Bank in partnership with the community is sponsoring two blood drives for the end of May. Murrieta Mesa High School is hosting a mobile blood drive, 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 23, in... — Updated 5/18/2018

In your home, what is more important: keeping the family healthy or the Dow Jones industrial average?

It is foolish for anyone to think the country is “on the right track” because the stock market is up. All that means is that large corporations have increased in value because President Donald Trump and the Republicans are... — Updated 5/18/2018

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