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Eight arrested in connection with busted pot grows in Murrieta

On Tuesday, the Murrieta Police Department announced in a press release the arrest of eight adults last week in connection with a series of search warrants that resulted in the... — Updated 8/14/2018

Pierce family announces settlement with MVUSD over son's death

MURRIETA - The family of a 13-year-old drowning victim who was pulled to the surface of a Murrieta high school pool by his classmates, with little to no help from lifeguards, today... — Updated 8/14/2018

Family of Murrieta boy who drowned in school pool to announce settlement

MURRIETA - The family of a 13-year-old drowning victim who was pulled to the surface of a Murrieta high school pool by his classmates, with little to no help from lifeguards, will... — Updated 8/14/2018

Holy Fire reaches 52 percent containment, evacuees begin to return home

UPDATE: Aug. 13, 9 a.m. The Fire is at 22,714 acres and remains at 52% containment this morning. Residents have begun returning home in Sycamore Creek, Glen Eden, Machodo... — Updated 8/14/2018

Temecula senior center closed Tuesday, Aug. 14, for sidewalk construction

TEMECULA – The Mary Phillips Senior Center, 41845 Sixth Street, in Old Town Temecula will be closed Tuesday, Aug. 14, due to a temporary water shut off. Rancho California Water District will be shutting off the main water valve... — Updated 8/10/2018

Temecula Sunrise Rotary inducts new president

TEMECULA – The Rotary Club of Temecula Sunrise recently inducted its 2018-2019 president, John Tamalunas. Tamalunas is a relatively new member, having joined the club Aug. 15,... — Updated 8/10/2018

Community Outreach Ministry receives award from California Senate

WILDOMAR – Dr. Mona and Bob Davies of Community Outreach Ministry in Wildomar were honored with the California Senate's Certificate Of Recognition "Outstanding Community Service... — Updated 8/10/2018

Riverside County names new HR director with more than 20 years of experience

RIVERSIDE – Brenda Diederichs, former Orange County chief human resources officer, took over her duties as Riverside County’s new Human Resources director last week. Diederichs also holds the title of assistant county... — Updated 8/10/2018

Laurent's 'Le' Coffee Shop brings a piece of France to Temecula

At first glance, the small building just off 4th street is perfectly unassuming. A few trees surround the modest courtyard. A dark awning, painted with a subtle French flag, acts... — Updated 8/10/2018

Movie Review: "Christopher Robin"

Sometimes it's best just to stay in a comfort zone. Believe me, I know all the counterarguments: "Playing it safe is boring," "You'll never get anywhere if you don't push... — Updated 8/10/2018

California families living in public housing are now protected from secondhand smoke exposure

SACRAMENTO – Secondhand smoke is a serious health threat and can linger in rooms and even travel between homes in multi-unit housing. There is no safe level of exposure to secondhand smoke, and now California residents in... — Updated 8/10/2018

Research suggests the key to living a long life lies in the behaviors started as young children

LOMA LINDA, Calif. – According to a new study from researchers at Loma Linda University, the key to living a long life lies in the behaviors started as young children. The... — Updated 8/10/2018

Pets of the Week

Ramona Humane Society For more great pets available for adoption, contact the Ramona Humane Society at (951) 654-8802 or visit www.ramonahumanesociety.org. Animal Friends of the... — Updated 8/10/2018

Protect your investment in your child's braces

Braces are a major investment for families. According to a survey by the Journal of Clinical Orthodontics, the average price ranges between $5,000 and $6,000. At costs like those, it’s an investment worth protecting. The road... — Updated 8/10/2018

Know how to care for plants in the heat of the summer

It's no secret that the summer weather is particularly taxing this year. Around town, air conditioners break, ice cream shops thrive and the Costco freezer section is full of... — Updated 8/10/2018

County waste department offers free Green Cleaning classes

What if you could replace a shopping cart full of hazardous household cleaning supplies with a handful of less toxic items you might already have in your home? It’s not a fantasy, but a reality - one that’s not only good for... — Updated 8/14/2018

Great Oak High School student recognized for superior academic achievement by National Society of High School Scholars

TEMECULA – The National Society of High School Scholars announced student Noah Nevens from Temecula has been selected to become a member of the esteemed organization. The announcement was made by NSHSS founder and chairman... — Updated 8/10/2018

Regis students make the dean's list

WESTON, Mass. – Regis University, a Catholic university in the Greater Boston area, announced that 415 students have made the dean’s list for academic achievement for the 2018 spring semester.  Collin Thurston of Temecula is... — Updated 8/10/2018

Holy Fire pet transport program to end Wednesday morning

Riverside County Animal Services will continue the Holy Fire pet transports through Wednesday morning, Aug. 15. More than 180 pets received care by Animal Services' employees... — Updated 8/14/2018

Politicization of the Supreme Court not as easy as supposed

A confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, because he may have once opposed Roe V. Wade on abortion, is not likely to be as threatening as portrayed by our Democratic Party medias. In the first place, justices are only allowed to... — Updated 8/14/2018

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