6 hrs ago
Murrieta PD Takes Part in Annual 9/11 Tribute Run [Photos]
The Murrieta Police Department and Murrieta Fire Department again participated in the 9/11 tribute run this morning at 0700 hours. 30 members of both departments ran 5 miles carrying guidons .
11 hrs ago
Fundraiser for daughter of slain Escondido officer
Amici's East Coast Pizzeria at 3958 Fifth Ave. is working with the Escondido Police Officers Association to hold the event. Organizers said 100 percent of the sales from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. will go to the Laura Perez Memorial Fund.
15 hrs ago
MurrietaMURRIETA: Get Shamrocked Irish Festival headed to town
On the heels of last year's wildly successful inaugural event, organizers have added a third day to this year's festival. Sunday is deemed a family day, so bring out the kids.
Sun Sep 14, 2014
KESQ-TV Palm Desert
3.1 quake in San Jacinto
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 3.1 shook San Jacinto today, but there were no immediate reports of damage or injuries. It registered as mild shaking from the Murrieta to Beaumont, and from Moreno Valley to Temecula, according to people who registered their reports on the USGS ``Did You Feel It'' website.
Sat Sep 13, 2014
MurrietaCARL LOVE: Taking a bet on Aces
Justin Hoover of Murrieta hears it all the time: You're 19 and you haven't lived long to make me laugh. The aspiring comedian has come to the right place to test out his long-shot dream: Aces Comedy Club's open mic night, which drew 10 aspiring comedians recently, all putting themselves out there with the gumption we should all be blessed with.
Man charged with a felony for allegedly beating dog with a chain leash
According to Friday's publication of the Santa Clarita Valley Signal , a Murrieta, California, man is facing a charge of felony animal cruelty for allegedly beating his dog with a metal chain leash. On Wednesday evening, 30-year-old Mohamad Taghavi was arrested after he was observed repeatedly punching his German shepherd, and then striking the dog with a metal chain leash; Taghavi appeared to be drunk at the time.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
Murrieta Duo Suspected of Making Funny Money Arrested
One of two convicted felons suspected in a Murrieta counterfeiting operation was released from custody Friday, while his alleged partner-in-crime remained behind bars in lieu of $25,000 bail. Richard Barton Shapiro, 43, and Kevin Chase Zipfel, 27 -- both of Murrieta -- were arrested Wednesday on suspicion of producing fake currency, being in possession of controlled substances, falsifying checks, resisting arrest, and parole and probation violations.
Lake Elsinore Valley News
Jury sworn in trial of man accused of trying to kill mom
A jury was seated today for the trial of a Murrieta man accused of severely beating his 70-year-old mother and trying to starve her of oxygen. Gregory Alan Cornelius, 49, could face more than 20 years in prison if convicted of attempted murder, torture, elder abuse and false imprisonment for an alleged attack on his mom in April 2012.
The Village News
Temecula Valley International Film&Music Festival returns
Executive producer Agnes Gaertner speaks about her documentary film 'The 25,000 Mile Love Story' at a media event for the upcoming Temecula Valley Int... Nathaniel Burns, 9, a student at Temecula Preparatory School, speaks about a film he wrote, directed, and acted in, titled 'Super Movie' that will be ... Great Oak High School students, from left, senior Sabrina Canoy, 2014 graduate Justin Ricafort, and senior Matthew Perez will show their film 'Binary'... "After two-and-a-half years, we're coming back bigger and better," said Jo Moulton, founder and director of the Temecula Valley International Film & Music Festival, which will take place Sept.
Thu Sep 11, 2014
One Injured as Murrieta Home is Destroyed in Fire
A fire destroyed a single-wide mobile home in Murrieta Thursday, sending one resident to a hospital for treatment of breathing difficulties, authorities said.
TemeculaREGION: Victims of Sept. 11 honored at civic memorials
Temecula Mayor Maryann Edwards remembers walking into a restaurant for what was supposed to be a Rotary Club meeting and seeing a crowd huddled around a television. "Everyone stood there in silence," Edwards recalled on Thursday evening during the city of Temecula's annual Sept.
Police: Known Sex Offender Found Loitering, Sleeping Near Murrieta Swim School
A convicted sex offender was behind bars Thursday, following a recent arrest for violating his parole, according to police reports and jail records. 31-year-old Joshua Devin Robinson, who is a transient, was arrested on Friday, Sept.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
MurrietaTEMECULA: City backs Jefferson Avenue site for transit center
"We've worked hard to identify the best location for this much needed transit center," said Bradley Weaver, RTA spokesman. "We're confident this location gives us the greatest chance for success."
Tue Sep 09, 2014
San Diego Reader
$10 for Two Tickets to Get Shamrocked Irish Festival
Back for its second year, Get Shamrocked is one of the biggest Irish music festivals in Southern California, bringing you three days of the best Irish and Celtic bands and musicians, plus tasty food and drinks available for purchase. The festival takes place September 19th-21st at Murrieta Town Square Park, just an hour north of San Diego.
Mon Sep 08, 2014
Lake ElsinoreLAKE ELSINORE: Firefighters pumped for multipurpose 'quint' firetruck
Lake Elsinore's Rosetta Canyon Fire Station has a new firetruck with tall ladders that enable access to higher spots. Lake Elsinore's million-dollar baby - a 2014 custom-built, state-of-the-art, fire-engine red firetruck - is finally ready for action.
Lake Elsinore Valley News
Brothers arraigned in laser light assault on crew
Two brothers accused of flashing a laser light into a sheriff's helicopter, disrupting the crew as they carried out an operation in Temecula, pleaded not guilty today to a misdemeanor charge. Abrahim Rashid Khan, 20, and Shaun Ahmed Khan, 18, were arrested in July following the alleged laser light assault in the vicinity of Musilek Place and Wolfe Street.
Ellen DeGeneres Completes the ALS Bucket Challenge...and Nominates Kim Kardashian-Watch Now
Ellen DeGeneres ' long-awaited ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is finally here - and yes, it's even better than you could ever imagine. In celebration of the return of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the 56-year-old funnylady invited Anthony Carbajal - who spearheaded the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge after being diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease in January at just 26 years old - to the season 12 premiere of her show where the two doused themselves in freezing cold water to raise awareness for the cause.
Sun Sep 07, 2014
REGION: Drones hovering into the mainstream
After a semi slammed into a freeway overpass in Perris this summer, causing a collapse that blocked the road, emergency responders and the media descended on the scene as workers cleared the debris. Hovering overhead, taking in the scene on a camera, was a small, white quadcopter.
Smash and grab suspect arrested
On Friday, August 22, 2014, a deputy assigned to the Riverside County Sheriff's Department 's Southwest Station responded to a reported vehicle burglary occurring at a business in the 38000 block of Sky Canyon Drive, in the unincorporated area of Murrieta . The victim's purse was stolen when an unknown suspect broke the passenger side window of her parked and unattended vehicle.
Lake Elsinore Valley News
Local filmmaker uses Kickstarter to fund film
Filmmaker Bryan Caron knows the power of the Internet. Reaching billions of people every day Caron knew that it could be an effective way to finance his latest inspirational film, "Never Stop Living."