Good afternoon, Southwest Riverside, and welcome to your weekend. Here are the stories to get you into and through the weekend. NEWS Lake Elsinore will host the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer ‘Race for the Cure’ in October, according to reports from the Lake Elsinore City Council meeting. READ: In split decision, Lake Elsinore approves hosting Susan […]
Christmas art themed with “Home, Community, Family, and Love” can be submitted to Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley’s annual Holiday Ornament Contest. All submitted, appropriate artwork will be displayed at the organization’s Christmas Tree Lane event at Promenade Temecula mall throughout the holiday season.
Caleigh Tabler, a Temecula Valley teenager, was reported missing Aug. 28 from her Temecula home. Her parents resorted to a Facebook plea this morning to find their missing daughter..
PERRIS – A Riverside County water agency wants customers participating in drought-busting programs to post signs that give them credit for conservation and advertise to neighbors how they can reduce outdoor irrigation. The Perris-based Eastern Municipal Water District began distributing “We Are Serious About the Drought” signs this week. The signs are free. “We wanted to allow customers […]
The victim, identified only as a Temecula resident, had been in intensive care at Inland Valley Medical Center in Wildomar since the Sunday night crash, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Southwest Riverside County news headlines for Thurs. Aug. 27. The weather is the top story, with already sweltering temperatures across much of Riverside County will continue to climb today. Read more on how to stay cool, drought conditions, and more.
Yesterday’s clouds have swept aside for high temperatures throughout Riverside County this morning. With mountain thunderstorms probable today, flash flooding near burn areas could occur. Here is the mid-week story, and your first glance at a weekend update for Temecula, Murrieta, Menifee, Wildomar, Lake Elsinore, and more. LOCAL NEWS LAKE ELSINORE: Scoring a huge hit last […]
MURRIETA – One of two men who robbed a Murrieta bank and rammed a police vehicle in a failed bid to escape, injuring the officer at the wheel, pleaded guilty today to felony charges and was immediately sentenced to five years in state prison. Thomas DiAmbrosio Ferguson, 31, of La Mesa admitted three counts of robbery under a plea […]
BANNING – A convicted sex offender who allegedly assaulted a motorist with a beer bottle in Temecula while wanted for parole violations was sentenced today to 88 days in jail. Shiloh Gilbert Bovyluster, 24, was arrested on Aug. 14 after unsuccessfully trying to elude sheriff’s deputies. During a parole revocation hearing at the Banning Courthouse, Riverside County Superior Court […]
In a surprise move at Tuesday’s Lake Elsinore City Council Meeting, city leaders made the decision to host the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in October. The split decision, with Mayor Steve Manos, Mayor Pro Tem and Councilman Daryl Hickman voting for the motion, included full funding in the amount of $7,500 in […]