Firefighters made quick work of a fire at a Murrieta home late Friday evening, containing it to a clothes dryer. According to Battalion Chief Mike Ramos with the Murrieta Fire Department, firefighters responded to the home in the 23000 block of Canyon Oak Drive at 10:42 p.m. after receiving reports of a possible structure fire […]
Inland Reps split on defunding Planned Parenthood after suspected black market trade of fetal organs
RIVERSIDE – Riverside County congressional representatives Friday cast divided votes on whether to suspend funding for Planned Parenthood in the wake of investigative videos indicating the abortion provider engaged in the black market trade of fetal organs. “Like most Americans, I was appalled and outraged by the Planned Parenthood videos,” said Rep. Ken Calvert, R-Corona, a cosponsor of H.R. […]
Varsity Brands, one of the leaders in team athletic gear a driving force in cheerleading and dance, and most trusted name in celebrating student milestones, is asking high schools across the country to prove why they are America’s Most Spirited High School and one local high school has made it to the finals of this […]
Football As of now, only two Southwestern League teams have managed to break the Top 10 rankings in the West Valley Division. Vista Murrieta (2-0), previously No. 3 has moved up to No.2 following their victory over Corona Santiago, while Murrieta Valley (3-0) maintained their tie for No. 10. The Inland Division also saw some […]
Ongoing plans to teach new and experienced teachers in the Murrieta Valley Unified School District how to teach in compliance with state educational standards were reviewed by the Murrieta School Board at their Sept. 10 regular meeting. Presenting the plans and goals for the 2015-2016 district teachers to meet the state school educational standards was […]
Murrieta man, Freddy Perez Rodas is standing trial today for the murder of his wife, Escondido police officer Laura Perez last July. MORE.
Rain will continue to come in Southwest Riverside County throughout the day, according to the National Weather Service. How much will you get? MORE
Almost 100 service members and their families marched through Temecula and Murrieta to raise awareness of veteran suicide while wearing their “silkies” on Saturday, Sept. 12 during the Silkies Hike, 22 with 22 for 22.
The weather is the big story this week, Monday, Sept. 14 with clouds and cooler air moving in, remnants from Hurricane Linda. Showers look to gradually increase this afternoon through early evening, with the majority of rain shower activity occurring late this evening through most of Tuesday. Showers will gradually diminish during the day Wednesday. WEATHER […]
Stay tuned for more photos published in next week’s issue.