SAN JACINTO: Victim burned during early morning residential blaze

SAN JACINTO: Victim burned during early morning residential blaze

SAN JACINTO – A victim was burned and sustained major injuries when a house caught fire Sunday, March 26. The early-morning residential blaze broke out just after midnight in the 400 block of Shaver Street in San Jacinto. Twenty-six firefighters from seven engine companies responded to the fire, Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Public Information Officer Tawny Cabral explained […]

Region-wide AB 109 compliance sweep nets 15 arrests

Region-wide AB 109 compliance sweep nets 15 arrests

Authorities conducted dozens of AB 109 compliance checks and made numerous arrests Wednesday, March 22, during a coordinated, region-wide operation. The sweeps comprised of unannounced compliance searches of individuals who are on Probation, Mandatory Supervision, Parole and Post Release Community Supervision. During the operation, the teams conducted 64 compliance checks, which resulted in the arrest of 15 […]

HEMET: Student airlifted in critical condition after hit by truck in front of school

HEMET: Student airlifted in critical condition after hit by truck in front of school

HEMET – A 16-year-old, West Valley High School student was critically injured when he was struck by a pickup truck while crossing the street towards his school early Friday morning, March 24. The boy was hit near the intersection of Mustang Way and Morgan Hill Road near West Valley High School in Hemet. Witnesses later […]

UPDATED: SAN JACINTO: Suspect who shot victim “multiple times” identified, arrested, released

UPDATED: SAN JACINTO: Suspect who shot victim “multiple times” identified, arrested, released

UPDATE: March 24, 6 p.m. (See original story, photographs and video below) SAN JACINTO – Sheriff’s officials have provided additional information regarding an argument that escalated into a shooting Thursday, March 23. The shooting, which left a 35-year-old victim with major injuries, happened at the Mountain View Garden Apartments at 850 E. Main Street in […]

UPDATED: MURRIETA: Coroner officials assisting with investigation on quiet cul-de-sac

UPDATED: MURRIETA: Coroner officials assisting with investigation on quiet cul-de-sac

UPDATE: March 24, 5:30 p.m. MURRIETA – Officials are still not releasing any information related to an ongoing investigation in the 36000 block of Moonbrook Lane near Via Mira Mosa in Murrieta. Coroner’s officials have responded to the scene and are assisting Murrieta police officials and Riverside County Sheriff’s forensic technicians with the unspecified investigation. Although […]

Renzoni named ‘Winery of the Year’ at 7th Xenia Hospitality Awards

Renzoni named ‘Winery of the Year’ at 7th Xenia Hospitality Awards

Bill Wilson, owner of Wilson Creek Winery, the winner of last year’s inaugural Cilurzo Award for “Winery of the Year,” awarded this year’s award to Robert Renzoni Vineyards & Winery. The award is named for the pioneering winemaking family of Vincenzo and Audrey Cilurzo, who planted the area’s first vineyards in 1968. The Xenia awards […]

Toddlers abducted from Cathedral City found safe

Toddlers abducted from Cathedral City found safe

CATHEDRAL CITY – Two toddlers abducted in Cathedral City when the car in which they were sitting was stolen, prompting the issuance of an Amber Alert, were found safe today in Desert Hot Springs, authorities said. Cathedral City police said year-old Jayden Cortez and 2-year-old Carlos Cortez were found by Riverside County Sheriff’s deputies in the […]

Temecula seeks to snare quarter-acre lot to burnish its Old Town crown

Temecula seeks to snare quarter-acre lot to burnish its Old Town crown

Temecula officials have taken the first step to buy a small block of land in Old Town that would connect a pair of popular city venues. The deal, if it is consummated through the escrow process, will cost the city more than $1.4 million. The ultimate use of the two adjoining lots, which together total […]

Economic Workforce Development Committee brings area city managers together for a ‘conversation’ in Lake Elsinore

Economic Workforce Development Committee brings area city managers together for a ‘conversation’ in Lake Elsinore

Five southwest Riverside County city managers urged the continuation of regional planning to improve the economic growth of their cities but touted their individual city achievements from the last year during the first Economic Workforce Development Committee meeting March 16. The Lake Elsinore Chamber of Commerce hosted the first EWDC “A Conversation with the Southwest […]

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