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Fire damages Moreno Valley home

MORENO VALLEY – A two-story Moreno Valley home caught fire and suffered $10,000 in damages Sunday, June 10 though no one was injured. Firefighters were dispatched just before 2 p.m. to a residence in the 13000 block of Brentwood... — Updated 6/10/2018

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Fire damages home in east Hemet

HEMET - A fire that broke out Monday afternoon in a two-story residence just east of Hemet damaged the upper floor before crews got it under control. The non-injury blaze was reported about 3:30 p.m. in the 42000 block of Faith... — Updated 5/1/2018

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Lake Elsinore brush fire chars 73 acres, reaches full containment

LAKE ELSINORE - A wind-fueled brush fire that grew to 73 acres in Lake Elsinore Saturday, April 28, has been fully contained, firefighters said. The hillside fire was reported at 2:26 p.m. next to the southbound side of Interstate... — Updated 4/29/2018

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Fire burns 15 acres near Lake Perris

MORENO VALLEY – A fire scorched 15 acres of brush in the Lake Perris Recreation Area Sunday, April 22. The blaze was reported at 1:35 p.m. near the intersection of Via Del Lago and Alta Calle, said Tawny Cabral of the Riverside... — Updated 4/22/2018

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Three people displaced in Wildomar Fire

WILDOMAR - Three people were displaced when a fire destroyed a Wildomar home today, March 24. The blaze was reported at 2:20 p.m. in the 33000 block of Honeydew Lane, according to Tawny Cabral of the Riverside County Fire... — Updated 3/24/2018

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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

 By Kim Harris    News

Rod Run speeds back to Temecula for annual show

A bevy of restored, vintage automobiles took the streets of Old Town Temecula for the city's annual Rod Run March 2 and 3. Rain didn't dampen the spirits of those in attendance as... — Updated 3/9/2018


Kiwanis Club of Temecula Valley holds successful fundraiser for Rady Children’s Hospital

TEMECULA – The Kiwanis Club of Temecula Valley recently held a special “Miracle Mile of Quarters” fundraiser in support of Rady Children’s Hospital of San Diego at the... — Updated 2/11/2018


Tackling Valley Fever

Valley Fever is in our soil and the very air we breathe. Since 2011, confirmed cases of Valley Fever have been reported in 50 of California’s 58 counties, reaching a record of 5,372 confirmed cases in 2016. And the problem is... — Updated 2/10/2018


‘Taste of the Valley’ draws estimated 2,000 snowbirds and area residents to Hemet

The community outreach to welcome winter visitors, the “Taste of the Valley & Business Expo,” was deemed more than successful Monday, Jan. 29 by sponsors and Hemet San Jacinto... — Updated 2/10/2018


The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce awards Dan Stephenson with a Lifetime Achievement Award

TEMECULA – Each year, the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce executive board considers Lifetime Achievement nominees based on good character, longevity of volunteerism,... — Updated 2/9/2018


Morrell staff to hold mobile office hours in Menifee

MENIFEE – District staff from the office of state Sen. Mike Morrell, R-Inland Empire, will hold office hours at the Menifee Valley Chamber of Commerce 10 a.m. to noon, Tuesday, Feb. 12. Constituents can stop by to discuss... — Updated 2/9/2018


Countywide jobless rate remains below 5 percent

RIVERSIDE - Healthy gains in several sectors of the regional economy offset losses in other sectors for December, leaving the unemployment rate in Riverside County unchanged, state officials said. The jobless rate in December,... — Updated 2/7/2018


A small-business owner with the mindset of a chief financial officer can succeed

TEMECULA – Some businesses stay on track while others run off the rails. Often the fate of the business hinges on the main person running it – the owner – especially in the small business arena. A small business typically... — Updated 2/7/2018


Voices for Children appoints John Valencia as president and CEO

SAN DIEGO – John Valencia has been appointed president CEO of Voices for Children, the local nonprofit organization designated by the court in San Diego and Riverside counties to... — Updated 2/7/2018


Gov. Brown gives his final State of the State address

Gov. Jerry Brown gave his 16th, and final, State of the State address, Jan. 25. Term limits prevent future governors from matching that record. Why do we do a “State of the State” anyway? According to Article 5, Section 2 of... — Updated 2/5/2018


Man found dead inside Menifee home, homicide investigation launched

A man was found dead inside a Menifee home early Monday morning, Feb. 5, and deputies were investigating his death as a homicide, according to sheriff’s officials. Shortly before 1 a.m., deputies were dispatched to an assault... — Updated 2/5/2018


1 killed in single-vehicle crash near Lake Elsinore

One person died Saturday when a vehicle went over an embankment north of Lake Elsinore, authorities said. It was reported at 9:12 p.m. on De Palma Road at Horsethief Canyon Road, Jody Hagemann of the Riverside County Fire... — Updated 2/4/2018


Family-owned Macala Orchards in Sage offer high quality extra virgin olive oils

With concern of health care costs continuing to rise, residents are becoming more aware of the value of using virgin olive oil and other healthy foods. Meeting those needs with... — Updated 2/3/2018


Community comes together to landscape veteran’s home in Temecula

Classic hits from the ‘70s and ‘80s blared over a speaker as dozens of people shoveled mulch, planted trees and put down grass outside Army Sgt. Cristian Valle’s future home i... — Updated 2/2/2018


Retirees should look both ways when crossing Wall Street

Mario Henry Special to Valley News Most Americans don’t trust Wall Street, yet many will put the bulk of their retirement savings in the stock market’s hands. The increasing disappearance of company pensions and the growing pop... — Updated 1/30/2018


Interim fire chief named for Riverside County

PERRIS - An interim fire chief is in charge in Riverside County, following the still-unexplained removal of John Hawkins by Cal Fire, the agency that employs him. link Hawkins is still an employee of Cal Fire but is no longer... — Updated 1/29/2018


Temecula to host second annual TEM Talks event

TEM Talks Youth, a public speaking conference for local middle and high school students, will be held 5-8 p.m., March 20, at Temecula Valley High School Golden Bears Theater as some of the brightest young minds in the area will... — Updated 1/29/2018


Inland Southern California jumps 24 spots in one year on list of best performing metro areas

RIVERSIDE – Inland Southern California shot up 24 spots on the list of “best-performing large cities” in one year due to strong job and wage growth, becoming the 20th best large metropolitan area and outpacing its neighbors t... — Updated 1/28/2018


Changing corporate culture takes work

Andi Simon, Ph.D. Special to Valley News A company’s culture plays a significant role in how successful that company will be over the long haul. But often as the world and circumstances change that long-ingrained culture also... — Updated 1/27/2018


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