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Will Fritz is an associate editor at Valley News. He has a journalism degree from San Diego State University, where he was editor in chief of the university's independent student newspaper, The Daily Aztec. A graduate of Temecula Valley High School, his family has lived in Temecula for almost half a century. He can be reached by email at wfritz@reedermedia.com.

Black Lives Matter protesters march to Temecula City Hall

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For the seventh straight day, protesters again hit the streets of Temecula — but this time, they marched from the Temecula Duck Pond to...

Temecula mayor resigns over email stating ‘I don’t believe there’s ever been a good...

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Temecula Mayor James "Stew" Stewart resigned Thursday night over an email to a constituent stating in part: "I don't believe there's ever been a...

Peaceful demonstrators take to streets of downtown Lake Elsinore to protest death of George...

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Lake Elsinore on Wednesday became the latest city in southwest Riverside County to host protesters decrying the death of George Floyd, the black man...

5.1 magnitude earthquake rattles southland

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An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.5 in San Bernardino County has led to some shaking locally. The earthquake was centered in the Searles Valley,...

Warrant issued for suspect in murder of Menifee man, 60, found injured on side...

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MENIFEE - Riverside County Sheriff's Department investigators have identified a suspect in the death of a man found suffering from a head injury last...

Riverside County proclaims local emergency, sets countywide curfew for tonight

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Riverside County ordered a countywide, 12-hour curfew beginning at 6 p.m. Monday, the sheriff's department announced, attributing the order to "the several instances of...

Hundreds attend vigil for George Floyd at Temecula City Hall

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Hundreds of people turned out to Old Town Temecula Sunday evening to join a candlelight vigil for George Floyd, the black man who died...

Temecula Valley Walmart, Target locations close early Sunday, ostensibly due to nationwide protests

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Some Target and Walmart locations in the Temecula Valley were closing early Sunday night, apparently in the face of protests that have erupted into...

Woman, small child, struck by vehicle at Temecula Duck Pond protest

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A driver struck at least one person at the Temecula Duck Pond this afternoon, while crowds gathered to protest the killing of George Floyd,...

Funds available for small businesses struggling after public health shutdowns

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RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Riverside County Supervisor Karen Spiegel said today that $45 million in federal money is available to small businesses countywide impacted by...

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