Friday, June 5, 2020

TVUSD: Administrators track down person responsible for Great Oak shooting threat

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School district officials on Wednesday were able to identify the person who was believed to have scrawled a shooting threat on a bathroom wall...

Three dogs rescued from blaze in Elsinore home

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City News Service LAKE ELSINORE - Three dogs were pulled out of a burning Lake Elsinore home today, and firefighters had to revive two...

Student paints Confederate flag on TVHS parking space, administrators remove it almost 3 weeks...

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It's a tradition. Every year, the incoming seniors at Temecula Valley High School have the chance to paint their parking spaces. Some of their...

Firefighters battle Horseshoe Fire near San Jacinto

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Firefighters held the Horseshoe Fire burning near San Jacinto to a little more than 500 acres and inched containment up to 67% as of...

City of Temecula remembers victims, heroes of 9/11

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Several dozen members of the community, public safety and law enforcement gathered Wednesday, Sept. 11, for the city’s annual September 11th Remembrance event at...

Temecula awards contract for pump track

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The Temecula City Council formally announced the awarding of a construction contract on a project that is sure to get the hearts of bicyclists...

Rahn decides against run for congressional seat

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Temecula city councilmember Matt Rahn told Valley News this week that he has chosen not to run for California’s 50th Congressional District seat currently...

Spectrum Employee Community Grant Program gives $1,000 award to Hemet’s Salvation Army

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HEMET – Spectrum announced a donation of $1,000 to the Salvation Army Hemet Corps, as part of the company’s community philanthropic program, Spectrum Employee...

Top Democratic senator mocks push for impeachment on Kavanaugh: ‘Get Real’

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Top Democrats are dismissing calls to impeach Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, which were sparked by a new article that rehashes old allegations against...

Gabbard campaign sues Google over suspending ads, suppressing free speech

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Search engine giant Google is denying wrongdoing after being sued for $50 million for allegedly undermining a campaign led by Democratic presidential candidate Rep....