Jurupa Valley: One person hospitalized in residential blaze

One person was transported to an area hospital early Saturday after a fire broke out at a one story residential complex in the 4700 Block of Dodd Street in Jurupa Valley, a fire official reported. Members of CalFire and Riverside County Fire Department received a call about the blaze at 9:10 a.m. and quickly responded […]

Wilson, Kyncl and Khashan – personal injury attorneys fighting for you

Wilson, Kyncl and Khashan – personal injury attorneys fighting for you

The law offices of Wilson, Kyncl & Khashan have been working with personal injury victims for many years. They’ve seen thousands of cases come in through their doors and have won many large settlements for their clients, even when those clients might have felt as though the odds were stacked against them. Lewis Khashan, one […]

Local businesses now required to post human trafficking notices

Starting this month local businesses will have to post notices with information about organizations which seek to eliminate human trafficking and slavery as a result of a California Senate Bill that became law in January. California Senate Bill 1193 will require certain types of business such as alcohol vendors, transit stations, airports and urgent care […]

Murrieta woman seeks late son’s stolen toys

When Murrieta resident Ashley Norris had her purse stolen out of her locker at the Murrieta location of L.A. Fitness, she didn’t care about the credit cards, the money, the social security card or any of the other items that had monetary value; the only thing she cared about were the toys inside the purse. […]

Perris Raceway maintains tradition of classic flat track racing

Perris Raceway maintains tradition of classic flat track racing

Not far off the I-215 freeway lies Perris Raceway, a race track that’s bringing back a traditional form of racing that has been overshadowed by motocross and its enthusiasts over the past few decades. Flat track racing may not be the first thing to come to people’s minds when they consider the world of competitive […]

Four Temecula liquor stores caught selling alcohol to underage decoys

Four area liquor stores were caught selling alcohol to underage individuals during an operation where the Temecula Police Department Problem Oriented Policing Team worked in collaboration with undercover decoys. The operation took place from 6 – 10 p.m. on Thursday, April 3, a Sheriff’s official reported. Twenty-seven off-sale liquor stores were selected for the operation […]

Lake Elsinore’s McVicker Park holds 2014 Rock the Ramp

Lake Elsinore’s McVicker Park holds 2014 Rock the Ramp

The City of Lake Elsinore held their Rock the Ramp event once again this year, opening McVicker Park’s skate area to residents and non-residents alike for BMX riding and skateboarding. Dozens of children and adolescents showed up at the park from 3 to 7 p.m. on Sunday, March 30 to have a good time riding […]

South Coast Winery celebrates 12th annual ‘Blessing of the Vines’

South Coast Winery celebrates 12th annual ‘Blessing of the Vines’

Grapevines burst into life over the past two weeks in Temecula’s Wine Country, and one vineyard celebrated the start of the winemaking season in a unique way. South Coast Winery kicked off the spring with their 12th annual “Blessing of the Vines” event, which consisted of food, wine and a blessing. It took place from […]

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