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Hemet woman charged with robbery for alleged assault, phone theft

BANNING - A 23-year-old woman accused with a teenage boy of roughing up a Hemet man and stealing his mobile phone was charged on Monday, Dec. 10 with robbery. Sharice Tashay Williams of Hemet was arrested with the juvenile, whose... — Updated 12/10/2018 Full story


Traffic Alert: Lane reductions planned at Scott Road, 215 interchange

The City of Menifee announced that nighttime work is scheduled for Monday, Dec. 10 through Saturday, Dec. 15 at the I-215 and Scott Road interchange. Construction work will begin... — Updated 12/10/2018 Full story

 By City News Service    News 

Trial starts Thursday for man accused of molesting Temecula girl

RIVERSIDE - Trial proceedings will get underway later this week for a man accused of molesting a Temecula girl on multiple occasions over a three-year span. Jose B. Fabian, 57, is charged with four counts of lewd acts on a child... — Updated 12/10/2018 Full story

 By Jeff Pack    News 

Reports: Young male struck by vehicle in Lake Elsinore, in serious condition

CalFire Riverside and the Riverside County Sheriff's Department reported on Tuesday, Dec. 11 that a vehicle struck a male juvenile at 6:05 a.m., seriously injuring the young man in... — Updated 12/11/2018 Full story


Road closure planned for McVicar Street in Wildomar

The City of Wildomar is adding additional pavement on both sides of the road on McVicar Street, between Grand Ave. and the Wildomar channel. To complete this work, the city’s contractor will be closing McVicar Street from Grand... — Updated 12/12/2018 Full story


19-year-old woman airlifted to hospital with major injuries after rollover crash

The California Highway Patrol reported a rollover crash in Winchester on Tuesday, Dec. 11 involving a single vehicle that sent the driver, a 19-year-old female from Hemet, to the hospital after being airlifted from the scene. The... — Updated 12/12/2018 Full story

 By City News Service    News 

Man accused of setting Holy Fire pleads not guilty to arson charges

SANTA ANA - A man accused of setting the Holy Fire that burned 23,000 acres in Orange and Riverside counties, forcing thousands of people from their homes, pleaded not guilty on... — Updated 12/12/2018 Full story

 By City News Service    News 

Thieves target Menifee bird store for third time this year

MENIFEE - A search was continuing on Wednesday, Dec. 12 for the thieves who stole four birds worth an estimated $2,000 from a Menifee bird store -- the third time this year the same shop has been victimized. The theft occurred... — Updated 12/12/2018 Full story

 By City News Service    News 

Injured horseback rider airlifted to hospital

AGUANGA - A youth who was injured while horseback riding in a remote area of Aguanga was airlifted to a hospital on Wednesday, Dec. 12. County fire officials received reports of the injury at 3:43 p.m. at a trail near the... — Updated 12/12/2018 Full story

 By City News Service    News 

Late Marine honored for lifesaving acts at freeway crash scene

SAN DIEGO - A San Diego-based Marine Corps drill instructor who died in a motorcycle accident four weeks ago was honored by the military on Wednesday, Dec. 12 for rescuing two women from a fiery freeway crash two months before his... — Updated 12/12/2018 Full story

 By City News Service    News 

Felon allegedly leads cops on chase west of Hemet

HEMET - A probationer accused of fleeing from Hemet police in a stolen Lexus sedan that he crashed into a light pole at the end of the 18-mile chase was being held in lieu of... — Updated 12/13/2018 Full story

 By Newsroom    News 

Officers raid residence, find chop shop with 12 stolen vehicles, illegal firearms

On Monday, Dec. 10, the Riverside Auto-Theft Interdiction Detail (R.A.I.D.) with the assistance of the Murrieta Gang Task Force and DMV Investigations, served a search warrant in... — Updated 12/13/2018 Full story

 By City News Service    News 

Nationwide wave of email bomb threats puts law enforcement on alert

A wave of emailed bomb threats targeting businesses, schools and other locations across the nation put law enforcement agencies on alert today, though there were no immediate indications that any of the menacing messages were... — Updated 12/13/2018 Full story

 By City News Service    News 

Man threatens to leap from freeway overpass in Perris

PERRIS - A man who threatened to leap from an overpass stretching across Interstate 215 in north Perris on Thursday, Dec. 13 prompted the closure of one side of the freeway during rush-hour traffic, causing a major traffic tie-up... — Updated 12/13/2018 Full story

 By Valley News Staff    News

End of an era, Old Town Temecula architect Bob Morris dies

Bob Morris, the man known for being a visionary artist and architect of much of Old Town Temecula, has died. He was 85. Morris, who was also one of the founders of the Temecula... — Updated 11/29/2018

 By Jeff Pack    News

Shoppers hit the stores – and cellphones – for holiday shopping

Local shoppers turned out this year for Black Friday – or was it Thursday? – at area malls and shopping centers across southwest Riverside County. At many retailers, Black... — Updated 11/29/2018

 By Jeff Pack    News

Family is coping in aftermath son's death, conviction and sentencing of his killer

A year and one day ago, Atticus Rodriguez received a phone call he never thought he'd get on his birthday. His 19-year-old son, Kevin, was on his way to a family barbecue to... — Updated 11/29/2018

 By Tony Ault    News

Hemacinto Assistance League luncheon helps teen parents

More than 100 members of the Hemacinto Assistance League rallied Saturday, Nov. 17, at Hemet's Salvation Army headquarters to help raise scholarship money to help some of the... — Updated 11/29/2018


Temecula Parkway interchange project construction completed

Motorists travel along the Temecula Parkway I15 southbound on ramp during a dedication ceremony celebrating the completion of the project’s construction, Tuesday, Nov. 27. The... — Updated 11/29/2018

 By Jeff Pack    News

Wildomar gives go-ahead to Wildomar Meadows proposal project

The Wildomar City Council voted unanimously, with council member Dustin Nigg recused, Wednesday, Nov. 14, to allow the developers associated with the proposed Wildomar Meadows project to move forward. The project, which has been in... — Updated 11/29/2018

 By Tony Ault    News

General Plan Update to 2040 for San Jacinto is now underway

The San Jacinto City Council awarded a $1.1 million professional services contract to De Novo Planning Group of Tustin to update the city’s General Plan and Environment Impact report to 2040. The award was made at the... — Updated 11/29/2018

 By Tony Ault    News

Hemet San Jacinto Miss Teen Scholarship Program names 2019 queens at the historic Hemet Theater

The historic Hemet Theater was filled to capacity Sunday, Nov. 25, to hear who will become the Miss Hemet, Miss San Jacinto, Miss Teen Hemet, Miss Teen San Jacinto, Miss Jr. Teen... — Updated 11/29/2018

 By Jeff Pack    News

VFW Post 4089 gives turkeys, fixings to area vets, active service military

Facilitated by the group's auxiliary members, the Temecula Valley Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4089 distributed 100 turkeys and some fixings to area veterans and active military... — Updated 11/29/2018


National Charity League, Inc. Temecula Valley Chapter Holds Annual Tea and Fashion Show

TEMECULA – National Charity League Inc., Temecula Valley Chapter, celebrated their annual Chapter Tea Nov. 4, at Wilson Creek Winery in Temecula. National Charity League is a... — Updated 11/29/2018


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