TEMECULA – Riverside County sheriff’s deputies will be prioritizing traffic stops for red light violations in Temecula over the next few weeks as part of a citywide safety campaign. Sgt. William Pratt said that red light enforcement will be ramped up at various intersections to get the message across to motorists that it’s unacceptable to ignore traffic […]
MURRIETA – A homeless man who allegedly vandalized a business on Old Town Front Street in Temecula, causing thousands of dollars in damage, was charged Feb.16 with felony vandalism. Charles Robert Stickels, 34, was arrested Tuesday, Feb. 14 after he was located by Riverside County sheriff’s deputies. Stickels was arraigned before Superior Court Judge Mark […]
TEMECULA – In a midyear budget workshop, Jan. 26, the Temecula City Council prioritized spending of expected Measure S revenue for three months. Measure S, passed by the voters in November, is a new 1 percent sales tax effective April 1. It is estimated that Measure S will generate $5.75 million for the remaining three […]
Their motto, “Adapted to the injury … customized for the soul” resonates as Warfighter Made works with other like-minded nonprofits, businesses and individuals to ensure combat injured veterans get the best experience possible. Warfighter Made gives them a necessary outlet. “Upon leaving the military, it is difficult for veterans to transition back to civilian life, […]
Bonnie Martland Temecula Valley Historical Society Kit Carson is a name familiar to many readers as a well-known frontiersman. Few people, however, realize he has a Temecula connection. Christopher Houston Carson was born on Christmas Eve 1809, in Kentucky. One of 15 children, his father died when he was 8 years old. The boy did […]
TEMECULA – Authorities arrested a man after he allegedly went on a drug-fueled vandalism spree throughout Temecula Thursday, Feb. 2. After an investigation, deputies arrested Ryan Lynn Clark, 32, of Menifee. He was charged with multiple counts of felony vandalism as well as driving under the influence of drugs and possession of drugs, according to Riverside […]
Hundreds of people, including 18 alleged suspects in Riverside County, were arrested during “Operation Reclaim and Rebuild,” an annual law enforcement effort intended to combat human trafficking and the sexual exploitation of women, children and other victims. This was the operations first coordinated statewide effort. In total, 474 people were arrested throughout California during the three-day operation […]
Thirteen Riverside County hotels and six restaurants earned the AAA’s coveted Four-Diamond Rating, the Automobile Club of Southern California announced today.
Temecula has struck a deal with one of its most prominent developers to construct a pair of commercial buildings on land flanking the iconic Civic Center complex. The Town Square Marketplace, if it comes to fruition, would cap nearly a decade of uncertainty and negotiations over the fate of two city-owned parcels. The deal was […]
Murrieta firefighters perform 2 swift water rescues, schools close as massive winter storm moves through the area
Murrieta firefighters responded to two different swift water rescues Sunday, Jan. 22, according to officials.