DE LUZ – Nationally recognized sculptor and De Luz resident Austin Casson has recently installed two life-sized horse sculptures in La Cresta in Murrieta. One of Casson’s bronze eagles was presented to President George H.W. Bush by Howie Long. Five of his works are installed in the world golf hall of fame and the permanent […]
TEMECULA – A second-alarm apartment fire displaced five peoplen today in Temecula. It happened at 8:04 a.m. at the Sage Canyon Apartments in the 42000 block of Moraga Road. First-arriving fire crews reported a “well-established fire,” on the top floor of a two-story apartment complex, according to April Newman of the Riverside County Fire Department. Firefighters contained the fire […]
CORONA – Two Lake Elsinore men suspected of igniting a brush fire on Corona Airport grounds were arrested, police said today. Authorities were dispatched to the scene of the fire, which burned over 20 acres of vegetation, at 11:19 p.m. Friday, said Sgt. Paul Mercado of the Corona Police Department. The fire started in a field on the […]
Ken Shuck, interim deputy fire marshal for the city of Murrieta, and Cindy Quigley from the Contingency Management Consulting Group provided the Murrieta City Council with an update on the city’s disaster preparedness plan during the April 18 meeting held at Murrieta City Hall. During the presentation, Quigley told council that she was a resident […]
The city of Murrieta held a workshop on sign regulations for the city Tuesday, April 18. The meeting was due to the council’s request to review temporary signs for the city for an amendment to the city’s code. “We started with temporary signs because that was the main matter that had come up,” Murrieta City […]
HEMET – Details are still emerging after the City of Hemet Police Department’s newest K-9 handler was involved in a minor injury traffic collision Friday evening, April 28. The officer was injured while responding to another officer’s emergency call for assistance. The officer who called for priority assistance was struggling to apprehend a combative subject […]
The Tenaja Environmental Concerns Association (TECA) is requesting a call to action from Riverside County public officials to stop issuing kennel permits in residential and equine neighborhoods.
According to a press release issued by the office of Governor Jerry Brown, the governor signed the Transportation Bill into law without any fanfare Friday, April 28.
LAKE ELSINORE – A woman, who officials believe was under the influence of alcohol, was fatally struck by a vehicle just before midnight, Wednesday, April 26. The woman was hit by a passing motorist after witnesses reportedly saw the inebriated woman walking in the lanes of traffic on Mission Trail near Sylvester Road in Lake Elsinore, according to […]
HEMET – Officers detained a woman after she allegedly hopped into a Hemet resident’s Mercedes Benz and drove off in it Thursday evening, April 27. The car was stolen while it was sitting in the owner’s driveway. Shortly before 10 p.m., City of Hemet emergency dispatchers were notified by a 911 caller that they were […]