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 By Emel Akan    News 

A bipartisan house group rallies with farmers for USMCA

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., is facing growing bipartisan pressure to bring the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement to the House floor before the end of this year. A... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
 By Zachary Stieber    News 

Top Democratic senator mocks push for impeachment on Kavanaugh: 'Get Real'

Top Democrats are dismissing calls to impeach Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, which were sparked by a new article that rehashes old allegations against the justice and... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
 By Matthew Vadum    News 

Gabbard campaign sues Google over suspending ads, suppressing free speech

Search engine giant Google is denying wrongdoing after being sued for $50 million for allegedly undermining a campaign led by Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard,... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
 By City News Service    News 

Dead vermin found in Moreno Valley school cafeteria

A routine health inspection turned up dead roaches and rodents at the March Mountain High School cafeteria in Moreno Valley, which was ordered by the county to stop preparing food until it can pass a re-inspection, which could... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
 By Joe Naiman    News 

Startup businesses need more than product

SPIE is the international scientific society which focuses on optical science, and SPIE activities include development of research-oriented businesses and the advancement of optics professionals. SPIE held their annual meeting... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
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Choice Hotels awards franchise business owners $25,000 to help their local communities

ROCKVILLE, Md. – Choice Hotels International Inc. one of the world’s largest hotel franchisors, announced the recipients of the “Your Community. Your Choice. Choice Hotels Local Business Grant Program.” The program... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
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AAA: True cost of annual vehicle ownership rises to $9,282

TEMECULA – It’s going to cost more for those looking to buy a new car this year. Finance costs on new car purchases have jumped 24% in 2019, according to new AAA research, pushing the average annual cost of vehicle ownership... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
 By Tony Ault    News 

Sail away for the Sept. 28 Friends of the Valley Restart fundraiser

A clipper ship tour and a night and dinner aboard the famous Queen Mary and a luxury yacht cruise may be a dream come true for some lucky person attending the second annual The Friends of the Valley Restart fundraiser, Saturday, Se... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
 By Jeff Pack    News 

Wildomar to intervene in LEAPS hearing, amend tobacco code

As the Sept. 11 meeting of the Wildomar City Council began, city attorney Thomas Jex announced that in closed session, the council unanimously gave direction to intervene in a pending administrative hearing with the Federal Energy... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
 By Jeff Pack    News 

Rahn decides against run for congressional seat

Temecula city councilmember Matt Rahn told Valley News this week that he has chosen not to run for California's 50th Congressional District seat currently held by embattled Rep.... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
 By Jeff Pack    News 

Temecula awards contract for pump track

The Temecula City Council formally announced the awarding of a construction contract on a project that is sure to get the hearts of bicyclists in Temecula pumping. American Ramp... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
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Spectrum Employee Community Grant Program gives $1,000 award to Hemet's Salvation Army

HEMET – Spectrum announced a donation of $1,000 to the Salvation Army Hemet Corps, as part of the company’s community philanthropic program, Spectrum Employee Community Grants. The Salvation Army Hemet Corps provides food to... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
 By Valley News Staff    News 

Murrieta holds 9/11 remembrance ceremony

The city of Murrieta held its "Sunset 9/11 Service" the evening of Sept. 11 in remembrance of the nearly 3,000 people killed in the terrorist attacks 18 years ago. The observance... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
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Measure DD funds purchase of new ladder truck in Menifee

MENIFEE – The Menifee City Council approved the purchase of new ladder truck for the city’s fire department at an Aug. 21 council meeting. The purchase is funded by Measure DD, the city’s voter-approved 1% sales tax, and it w... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
 By Tony Ault    News 

Menifee commemorates the fallen and heroes of 9/11: 'We will never forget'

“No day shall erase you from the memory of time,” was the repeated message to dozens of Menifee residents Wednesday, Sept. 11, attending the city’s 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
 By Will Fritz    News 

Firefighters battle Horseshoe Fire near San Jacinto

Firefighters held the Horseshoe Fire burning near San Jacinto to a little more than 500 acres and inched containment up to 67% as of Monday evening, Sept. 16. The blaze initially... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
 By Tony Ault    News 

Hemet Council extends hemp cultivation moratorium

The Hemet City Council extended the moratorium on hemp cultivation in the city and approved the purchase of 72 new police radios for the Hemet Police Department at its Tuesday, Sept. 10, meeting. The council’s concern that hemp,... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
 By Lexington Howe    News 

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission hopes to move forward with LEAPS

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is seeking to move forward with its recently approved application filing on a renewable energy project that would use the city of Lake Elsinore as one of its base sites, regardless of Lake E... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
 By Jeff Pack    News 

Teens address tough questions during teen panel discussion

Traci Williams of A Loving Way to Parent, an advocacy group for children and families in Temecula, hosted a teen panel discussion called "Courage to Have the Hard Conversations"... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
 By Jeff Pack    News 

City of Temecula remembers victims, heroes of 9/11

Several dozen members of the community, public safety and law enforcement gathered Wednesday, Sept. 11, for the city's annual September 11th Remembrance event at the Temecula Duck... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
 By Lexington Howe    News 

Hundreds of volunteers to distribute 25,000 emergency preparedness bags in Murrieta

Volunteers have assembled 25,000 emergency preparedness bags that are set to be distributed to most homes in Murrieta, Saturday, Sept. 28, to spread emergency awareness. David Nelson, a community member who helped come up with the... — Updated 9/20/2019

 
 By Will Fritz    News 

Student paints Confederate flag on TVHS parking space, administrators remove it almost 3 weeks later

It's a tradition. Every year, the incoming seniors at Temecula Valley High School have the chance to paint their parking spaces. Some of their designs are simple and... — Updated 9/20/2019 Full story

 
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Arizona family searches for missing Camp Pendleton Marine

PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona family is searching for a U.S. Marine who left for Camp Pendleton on Monday but never arrived at the base. Stacy Wallace says her 20-year-old son, Job (JOHB) Wallace, loves the Marines, was recently... — Updated 9/20/2019 Full story

 
 By City News Service    News 

Murrieta man admits soliciting sex from Temecula girl

MURRIETA - A 23-year-old man who solicited sex from a Temecula girl with whom he communicated via the internet pleaded guilty on Friday, Sept. 20 to attempted intercourse with a min... — Updated 9/20/2019 Full story

 

Temecula Valley Republican Women Federated to hear from congressional candidates Carl DeMaio and Omar Navarro

TEMECULA – Temecula Valley Republican Women Federated invites the community to their next meeting and luncheon Tuesday, Sept. 17, at 11 a.m. with check-in starting at 10:30 a.m. Two congressional candidates will serve as keynote... — Updated 9/13/2019

 

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