Sergeant Jay A. Froboese Special to Valley News I would like to talk about a California Vehicle Code Law we have had on the books for a while now, but still provides much confusion among drivers in California. This law has to do with stopping for a school bus with its red lights flashing. Let’s […]
Temecula Valley News headlines for Thursday, Sept. 5 with Sports updates, weather, local news, gas prices, and more. Read our Labor Day Holiday Weekend Dining Guide for best places to eat in Southwest Riverside. MORE.
Sporty UC Riverside friends take on Season 27 of the Amazing Race. See why Littleton and Lewis have the stuff to win it all this September. MORE.
The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department will be hosting a Job Fair on Saturday, September 12, 2015, at the Ben Clark Training Center located at 16791 Davis Ave. Riverside, CA 92518. Department employees will be on-site to provide career information and assist interested applicants with information on current career openings within the Sheriff’s Department. Informational presentations […]
The Riverside County Farm Bureau, backed by a legal think tank, today filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service for allegedly disregarding a petition requesting that a prairie rat be dropped from the Endangered Species List. “The regulators are ignoring their legal duty to respond to the petition, so unfortunately, it is […]
Riverside County Board of Supervisors vote to reinstate the RIDE program for newly released Southwest Detention Center inmates in an effort to deter crime. Here’s why…
Good morning, Southwest Riverside County. Temperatures are hovering in the low 80s, high 70s for much of the region today in a welcome break from the heat. The Riverside County Board of Supervisors met yesterday, making strides toward reducing crime around the Southwest Detention Center, and in unincorporated areas across the valleys. READ: RIVCO: Board […]
A man accused of killing the two young Temecula women in an alcohol-fueled collision must stand trial on two counts of second-degree murder, a Rivco judge ruled Sept. 1.
Rivco proposal to penalize anyone who hosts “unpermitted” parties that create disturbances in unincorporated Riverside County communities with the intent to prevent “multiple responses to loud or unruly parties.”