TEMECULA – Below-freezing temperatures could blanket the Inland Empire starting Friday night, as a cold air mass moves through the region, the National Weather Service reported today. A freeze watch will be in effect from late Friday night through Saturday morning, with temperatures possibly ranging from 28 to 32 degrees in the eastern and central portions of the Inland […]
HOMELAND – A 26-year-old man was killed Wednesday in a head-on collision near Hemet that was triggered when the other driver’s vehicle drifted into oncoming traffic, the California Highway Patrol reported. David Preciado of Hemet died at a hospital less than an hour after the 7 a.m. crash on state Route 74, just east of Steinhoff Avenue, according to […]
Motorists heading out to join friends and family or have other sorts of fun during the Thanksgiving weekend need to remember to drive sober and safely – or there could be consequences, according to the California Highway Patrol.
A woman accused of fatally shooting the father of her child during a confrontation in a Menifee restaurant pleaded not guilty on Tuesday, Nov. 25 to first-degree murder.
A man who attacked a family stranded alongside a freeway in Menifee, slashing an 18-month-old child without provocation, pleaded guilty today to attempted murder and was immediately sentenced to 15 years in
A Post Community Supervised Release probationer has found himself in hot water after Murrieta Police busted him attempting to sell stolen tools on a social media website. Joshua Grimes, 32, of Lake Elsinore, was arrested shortly after noon on Nov. 20 while attempting to sell the pilfered goods in Perris, a Murrieta Police Department press release […]
The Murrieta Family YMCA thrown down the gauntlet and are challenging members and guests to take the Thanksgiving Ironman Challenge this November in an effort to increase health and fitness awareness during the holiday season. The contest, which started on Nov.1, pitted contestants against each other in what could be described as a reality TV […]
The Temecula Youth Baseball League (TYB) has once again crowned their middle school champions after a very exciting fall season. This year some of the area’s different leagues saw a need where middle school baseball was concerned and fielded teams, but this particular division from TYB seemed to remain the most competitive. Middle School baseball […]
The letter from the mother of an Antelope Hills Elementary School kindergartner said “he cried” when he had to go home from teacher Karen Hayden’s classroom. “He wanted to stay.” This letter and other compliments by parents and other teachers sent to the school district’s human resources department led to last Thursday night’s Nov. 12 […]