Temecula police chase alleged DUI driver, ends in foot pursuit

Temecula police chase alleged DUI driver, ends in foot pursuit

A Temecula police officer attempted to stop a possible DUI driver on Saturday, March 21, but the driver took off, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. The pursuit started on Redhawk Parkway at Wolf Valley Road at about noon, sheriff’s Cpl. Robert Martinez said. After fleeing from police for a short time through south Temecula, […]

BREAKING: Promenade bomb threat was “only shoes,” says RCSO

BREAKING: Promenade bomb threat was “only shoes,” says RCSO

Deputy Albert Martinez with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department has given the all clear following a bomb threat that caused the Promenade Temecula to be evacuated and surrounding roadways to be shut down. The Riverside County Hazardous Device Team arrived at the Promenade and upon investigation of the suspicious package determined the shoebox contained a pair […]

UPDATED: Promenade Temecula evacuated due to bomb threat

UPDATED: Promenade Temecula evacuated due to bomb threat

The Promenade Temecula has been evacuated due to a bomb threat. Four fire trucks and the Riverside County Sheriff deputies are currently on the scene. The Riverside County Hazardous Device Team has arrived at the Promenade and are currently investigating the suspicious package that was reportedly found in Starbucks. “The mall has been evacuated as has the traffic areas,” […]

St Jeanne fundraiser crosses the finish line as the largest ever

St Jeanne fundraiser crosses the finish line as the largest ever

St. Jeanne de Lestonnac School held its 21st annual fundraiser on March 7, at Thornton Winery in Temecula.  The event was the largest and most successful ever.  This year’s event sold out quickly – both times – as they grew to 430 paid attendees. “It gets bigger every year,” said Sandy Fruehe, auction co-chair. One […]

BREAKING: Students express constitutional right to peaceful protest

BREAKING: Students express constitutional right to peaceful protest

More than 100 students at Margarita Middle School along with their parents converged upon Temecula Valley Unified School District offices in protest of the board’s recent decision to dismiss Principal Karen Hayes. Hayes has been on administrative leave since the board made the decision earlier this year, according to reports received by Valley News. The students […]

National Football Foundation honors 20 local scholar-athletes

National Football Foundation honors 20 local scholar-athletes

The Riverside County Chapter of the National Football Foundation held its annual Scholar-Athlete Awards Banquet on March 15 at the Maze Stone at the Soboba Springs Country Club. “We get to recognize and highlight great athletic and academic performances by student-athletes from two counties,” said NFF Board Member Coley Candaele. “Over the years we have […]

Tour de Murrieta brings cyclists, boost to economy

Tour de Murrieta brings cyclists, boost to economy

A total of 800 cyclists from Nevada, Utah, Northern California, Mexico, Quebec, Arizona, and Honduras converged upon Murrieta last weekend for the 10th annual Tour de Murrieta bike race. The three-stage race, held Friday, March 13 through Sunday, March 15 gave riders the chance to test their abilities in the individual time trial a Grand […]