The Tenaja Environmental Concerns Association (TECA) is requesting a call to action from Riverside County public officials to stop issuing kennel permits in residential and equine neighborhoods.
According to a press release issued by the office of Governor Jerry Brown, the governor signed the Transportation Bill into law without any fanfare Friday, April 28.
LAKE ELSINORE – A woman, who officials believe was under the influence of alcohol, was fatally struck by a vehicle just before midnight, Wednesday, April 26. The woman was hit by a passing motorist after witnesses reportedly saw the inebriated woman walking in the lanes of traffic on Mission Trail near Sylvester Road in Lake Elsinore, according to […]
HEMET – Officers detained a woman after she allegedly hopped into a Hemet resident’s Mercedes Benz and drove off in it Thursday evening, April 27. The car was stolen while it was sitting in the owner’s driveway. Shortly before 10 p.m., City of Hemet emergency dispatchers were notified by a 911 caller that they were […]
As most local students spent their spring break catching up on sleep or hanging with friends at the beach, high school baseball action was dominating fields all over the southland just a couple of short weeks ago. One major tournament that seems to attract quite a few local teams every year is the Anaheim Lions […]
The Murrieta Police Department’s dispatcher team recently attended the California Public Safety Radio Associations 29th Annual Telecommunicators Week Awards Banquet and walked away with numerous awards as pictured.
Veteran football and track and field coach Bert Esposito will no longer be handling those reigns at Menifee’s Paloma Valley High School. Esposito was relieved of his duties Thursday, April 20, by school district officials following an investigation, but was not given a specific reason for the firing or details on any allegations against him. […]
Temecula Valley was on point earlier this month when both the boys’ and girls’ track and field teams finished exceedingly well at the Fourth Annual Willie Banks Invitational held at Oceanside High School. The Lady Golden Bears took top honors placing first (108.33) and the boy’s finished second (97) behind Olympian High School (110.6) out […]
Inmates from the Bautista, Norco and other Cal Fire Riverside Unit California Conservation Camps have undergone their strenuous final field tests and learned if their firefighting crews will be assigned to fight the expected extreme wildfires expected this summer in Southern California. The annual Cal Fire Preparation Exercise was conducted last week on the Ramona […]