Temecula Police Department invites all to attend a distracted drivers awareness seminar in Temecula, Sept. 18 at 6 p.m. 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
Temecula Police Department announced on Monday that two people have been arrested in connection with a burglary in South Temecula. Zyrie Bradford, 18, of Temecula was arrested and booked into the Southwest Detention Center for residential burglary and vandalism. A juvenile, who is already in Juvenile Hall on unrelated charges, was also arrested in the […]
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.
It’s September 11, and on this 14th anniversary of the terrorist attacks in New York, Washington, and Pennsylvania, Southwest Riverside County, pauses to reflect and remember on the tragic losses of that day. READ: SOUTHWEST RIVCO: 9/11 events around your community MENIFEE: Paloma Valley High School Football salutes America on 9/11 RIVCO: September 11 Remembrance […]
#NeverForget September 11. The fourteenth anniversary of the Sept. 11 will be remembered across Southwest Riverside County at area schools, parks, and government buildings. View where to pay tribute and share your stories… (MORE)
Riverside county plans tribute today, Sept. 11. It has been 14 years since the 9/11 terrorist attacks is planned today outside the County Administrative Center building in downtown Riverside.
A pair of Lake Elsinore leaders has rebuffed an advocacy group’s demands that the City Council reconsider its decision to host and help finance the upcoming Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. The demand by Advocates For Faith & Freedom was flatly rejected by Lake Elsinore’s city manager and the councilman whom the group […]