UPDATE: 09/02/12:15 a.m. With booking information A jail record search revealed Alcide Galley Jr. was booked into jail on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, false imprisonment, inflicting corporal injury on a spouse and resisting or obstructing a peace officer. He is currently being housed at the Robert Presley Detention Center in Riverside. He […]
The French Valley Softball program left an impressive mark across the valley with all-star showdowns, tenacious attitudes and a State Title. The French Valley 10U softball team had an amazing season. Team Legacy certainly defined their athleticism throughout the summer with an overall record of 25-1. Wins at the Capo Coastal Classic, FV Wine Country […]
Murrieta Police are investigating reports of vandalism reports in a neighborhood near a small shopping center. According to a press release issued by the agency, officers responded to the area of Hunter Road and Augusta Drive Monday, June 13, at 6:10 a.m. to find several vehicles and homes spray painted by an unknown subject(s). During […]
Did you feel it? A 5.2 earthquake, centered near Borrego Springs, was felt across Riverside County at just after 1 a.m. Find out more…
UPDATE: 1:46 a.m. According to the USGS website, there were nearly 3,000 people in over 500 zip codes from Santa Barbara all the way south to Mexico who reported feeling at least one of the earthquakes that struck within a few minutes of each other just after 1 am this morning. There were also people who […]
One person was killed Tuesday night in a fiery crash in the French Valley area near Murrieta.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblywoman Melissa A. Melendez, R-Lake Elsinore, has sent a letter to U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald calling for his resignation after comparing veterans’ health care wait times to Disneyland experience. Click Here To View A Copy Of The Official Letter “Words cannot begin to describe how troubling Secretary McDonald’s […]
The Board of Supervisors approved Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff’s request to hike the rates charged to cities and other contract entities for the use of patrol deputies.
The Board of Supervisors tomorrow will considerRiverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff’s request to hike the rates charged to
cities and other contract entities for the use of patrol deputies – a move bound to be unpopular with the sheriff’s clients.
Stay tuned for more coverage coming in the next issue of Valley News.