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 By Jeff Pack    News 

#TTownPoPo reaching out to community with social media

As many people know, there is a national conversation taking place about law enforcement and how they interact with communities all over the United States. This story isn't about... — Updated 8/17/2018

 
 By City News Service    News 

Flood warnings renewed for Cranston Burn area residents

IDYLLWILD - For the third consecutive day, evacuation orders were issued today for residents living in the Cranston Fire burn area due to thunderstorm conditions, with flood and mudslide risks exacerbated by hillsides stripped of... — Updated 8/17/2018 Full story

 
 By Will Fritz    News 

Grading could begin soon on 'Golden Triangle' site, but details remain vague

Fantastic things are in store for Murrieta’s “Golden Triangle,” the city’s mayor said. The only things is Mayor Jonathan Ingram can’t give any specifics. “Yet,” he said. But the owners, the Domenigoni family – the... — Updated 8/19/2018

 
 By Tony Ault    News 

Hemet City Council placing 'tax only' cannabis measure on November ballot

The Hemet City Council will place its own cannabis measure on the November ballot that would place taxes on the drug and keep the cities current ordinances prohibiting is cultivatio... — Updated 8/16/2018

 
 By Will Fritz    News 

Murrieta passes resolution to oppose SB 54 'sanctuary' law

Murrieta is the latest to join a wave of conservative California municipalities going on the record in opposition to a controversial “sanctuary state” law passed by the state Legislature last year. Murrieta City Council voted... — Updated 8/16/2018

 
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Menifee to host Emergency Preparedness Fair

MENIFEE – Residents of Menifee are invited to become #MenifeeReady and to join the city and key partners, including Riverside County Cal Fire, Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, Menifee CERT, Riverside County Emergency Mana... — Updated 8/16/2018

 
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Bill to make metal detectors available at schools clears committee

RIVERSIDE – A Riverside County lawmaker’s proposal for a pilot project to install metal detectors in schools countywide to bolster security, using a mix of private and public funds, cleared its first legislative hurdle. Sen.... — Updated 8/16/2018

 
 By Tony Ault    News 

Hemet police, fire join National Night Out activities at Target parking lot

Dozens of Hemet families took advantage of hot dogs, Popsicles and most of all, meeting with their local police officers and firefighters to learn more about their service to the... — Updated 8/16/2018

 
 By Stephanie Lai    News 

Murrieta celebrates National Night Out

A REACH Air Medical Service helicopter made a grand entrance, landing in Murrieta's Town Square Park, promptly 5 p.m., and marking the start of the annual National Night Out. The... — Updated 8/16/2018

 
 By Tena Caracciolo    News 

Timing matters when car shopping

Car shopping has become something of a science. If a buyer times their purchase right, they could save thousands off the sticker price, while buying during certain times of the... — Updated 8/17/2018

 
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Menifee Rotary announces new president

MENIFEE – Stu Blaze has been named as the president for Rotary Club of Menifee. Plans are underway for the club's major fundraiser, the 11th annual Menifee Mayor's Ball to be... — Updated 8/16/2018

 
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Lake Elsinore district announces school starts Aug. 20

Lake Elsinore Elementary Unified School District announced Thursday that all students will return to school on Monday, Aug. 20. The start of the 2018-19 school year was postponed one week from Aug. 13, following an emergency... — Updated 8/17/2018 Full story

 
 By Stephanie Lai    News 

18 residences destroyed in Holy Fire as firefighters make ground on containment

UPDATED: Aug. 16, 7:30 a.m. All evacuations have been lifted for the Holy Fire which is now at 78 percent containment, representatives from Cleveland National Forest reported this... — Updated 8/17/2018 Full story

 
 By City News Service    News 

Holy Fire arson suspect to undergo mental evaluations

LAKE ELSINORE – With a judge questioning the defendant’s mental competency, criminal proceedings were suspended today and a pair of psychiatric evaluations were ordered for the man accused of setting the nearly 23,000-acre Holy... — Updated 8/17/2018 Full story

 
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Additional trash dumpster in place for returning fire evacuees

Many residents who were evacuated due to the Holy Fire are returning to homes that have been without power for several days. Because of this, residents are urged to throw out all perishable foods, including any food in freezers... — Updated 8/17/2018

 
 By City News Service    News 

Man who fatally struck woman with bottle for no reason sentenced

MURRIETA – A man who fatally bashed a 54-year-old woman in the head with a liquor bottle, in an unprovoked attack that occurred as she stood in line at a Temecula store with her daughter, was sentenced Friday, Aug. 17, to 25... — Updated 8/17/2018

 
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Firefighters knock down blaze in manufactured home in Menifee

MENIFEE – Firefighters extinguished a blaze in a manufactured home in Menifee in about an hour this morning. Crews responded to the 26000 block of Trumble Road just after midnight Aug. 18, and located a double wide, manufactured... — Updated 8/18/2018

 
 By City News Service    News 

Holy Fire nears full containment

LAKE ELSINORE - The Holy Fire burning in Riverside and Orange counties was 92 percent contained today after consuming 22,887 acres, with full containment expected by Tuesday,... — Updated 8/19/2018 Full story

 
 By City News Service    News

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 8/15/2018 Full story

 

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

 

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 8/16/2018

 

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 8/15/2018

 

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

 
 By Stephanie Lai    News

Holy Fire is 72 percent contained, Ortega Highway reopened to traffic

UPDATE: Aug. 15, 1:30 p.m. Evacuation orders have been lifted for three more communities in Riverside County after firefighters made progress against the Holy Fire, which is 72 perc... — Updated 8/15/2018 Full story

 
 By Jeff Pack    News

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 8/17/2018 Full story

 

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