SAN JACINTO – Fourth and fifth-grade students, school staff, descendants of Juan Bautisa de Anza and guests gathered on the front lawn at San Jacinto Unified School District’s De Anza Elementary, Tuesday, Oct. 24, to see the unveiling of a new emblem on the wall near the front entrance, commemorating the school’s namesake during the […]
A nonprofit organization that had previously cared for foster youth will be switching gears and using its residential campus to house and help mothers with young children who are in need, officials with the organization announced during a community meeting at Rancho Community Church Tuesday, Nov. 7.
Murrieta police on Sunday, Oct. 29, arrested two people who they say were caught alongside numerous pieces of stolen musical equipment. Pedro Sanchez, 41, and Emily Renee Craven, 23, both of Hemet were arrested on suspicion of possessing stolen property and possessing burglary tools, among other counts. Sanchez was booked into the Cois M. Byrd […]
Murrieta police on Oct. 27 arrested a 30-year-old Wildomar man who they say tried to hit a store employee who told him he needed to pay for a container of orange juice. Roland Jade Medina was arrested on suspicion of obstructing or resisting a public officer, receiving stolen property, second degree robbery and first degree […]
LOMA LINDA – The seventh International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition, globally recognized as the world’s premier scientific congress on the effects of vegetarian and other plant-based diets, is set to convene for three days in February to showcase recent advances from basic science, epidemiology and clinical trials in vegetarian nutrition from around the planet. The congress, which is hosted by […]
UPDATE: Oct. 29, 9:48 a.m. Firefighters strengthened containment lines overnight on an 850-acre fire that broke out in the Cleveland National Forest a few miles southwest of Wildomar, increasing the containment level to 90 percent today as cooler temperatures set in. Full containment of the fire is expected by Monday, according to the U.S. Forest Service. UPDATE: Oct. 28, […]
TEMECULA – Autumn arrives with cool breezes, awe-inspiring foliage and the hint of holidays on the horizon. Fall is a favorite time of year for many people because the crisp weather motivates people of all ages to enjoy the great outdoors. Individuals conscious of their carbon footprints can use fall as a time to take […]
Felony charges are expected to be filed today against a Temecula man accused of molesting his 6-year-old stepdaughter.
Story by City News Service MURRIETA – A 20-year-old man accused, with a convicted felon, in an attack on a Lake Elsinore woman who was shot while at the wheel of her car was charged Thursday with attempted murder. Elijah Lamaj Crayton of Lake Elsinore was arrested Monday night following the shooting near the intersection […]
As Murrieta police were bringing an 18-year-old vehicle theft suspect into jail Monday, Oct. 23, they discovered the woman had come in with drugs, officials said. Manijeh Separ, of Temecula, was arrested on suspicion of possessing a vehicle known to be stolen, bringing a controlled substance into jail and for a narcotics-related warrant, according to […]