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Murrieta Business Honored With Several Advertising Awards
The following was submitted for publication by The Creative Bar: Local Branding Agency, The Creative Bar, was honored with 5 awards this weekend at the American Advertising Awards in Riverside, CA.
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TEMECULA: Wine Country plan could get final nod Tuesday
A lawsuit has been filed against the Temecula Valley Wine Country Community Plan, challening the "doughnut hole" carved out for the Calvary Chapel Bible Fellowship Church.
8 hrs ago
Salt Lake Tribune
Mother and child Utah reunion only a click and 50 years away
When Ken Drake was born almost 50 years ago, he was swiftly taken to the nursery of St. Anne's maternity home for teen mothers in Los Angeles.
13 hrs ago
RIVERSIDE: Two stabbed, assailant at large
A man who stabbed two people at a bar in Riverside was at large and police were investigating, according to an official.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
California woman who got 1,000 bee stings expected to fully recover
Lance Davis, owner of Lance Davis Killer Bee Live Removal in Palm Desert, said 75,000 to 80,000 Africanized honey bees found in an underground Verizon vault first stung a Verizon employee who opened the vault Thursday then turned on the woman who was nearby, the Press-Enterprise reported.
RIVERSIDE: A hero's farewell for D-Day fighter
The casket of Walter Ehlers is carried by pall bearers from the 18th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division Soldiers, as they arrive outside the Medal of Honor Memorial for his memorial service at the Riverside National Cemetery on Saturday, March 8, 2014.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
RIVERSIDE: Cat rescued from middle of 91 freeway
Officers Tiffany Fuller and Jenny Selter, and Veterinary Technician Cynthia Gettis, with the cat rescued from a busy freeway Saturday, March 8. / PHOTO COURTESY OF RIVERSIDE COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES In the unlikeliest and most dangerous of places, a black cat was plucked to safety by animal control officers on Saturday, March 8 from Highway 91 in ... (more)
Grieving California mom takes downcross on road after group'sprotest, more appear
A grieving California mom who, under pressure from an atheist group, went to the site where her son was killed to remove a memorial cross was met at the scene by a throng of supporters who planted crosses of their own.
RIVERSIDE: WWII hero services today
Walt Ehlers often spoke to school children. Here, he is the featured guest at a 2009 Veterans Day event at a Costa Mesa school.
Lake Elsinore Valley News
Man faces sentencing for killing former schoolmate
An ex-con who gunned down a longtime acquaintance when the victim tried to collect a debt from him is expected to be sentenced today to 75 years to life in prison.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
The Desert Sun
Deliberations begin in murder trial in killing of two near UC Riverside
Jury deliberations got underway Friday in the trial of a gang member who fatally shot a young man and a boy outside a house party near UC Riverside in what the prosecution called an unprovoked attack but the defendant argued was a reaction to a perceived threat to his life.
RIVERSIDE: Dance school being ousted from downtown building
Katie McGuire, 13, works out in the 6th Level Advanced Pointe ballet class at Riverside Ballet Arts on Wednesday, March 5. The school is scrambling to find a new home after getting an eviction notice from its building's owner.
Lawyer: Sex Abuse Charges Against Ex-Educator Exposed On YouTube Too Old To Be Tried In Court
A lawyer for a California educator accused of sex crimes after a former student talked about sex-abuse allegations on YouTube said Friday that the charges are too old to be tried in court.
IMMIGRATION: Guatemala to open San Bernardino consulate
Riverside and San Bernardino counties have more than 31,000 residents who list Guatemalan ancestry, according to 2012 U.S. Census Bureau estimates.
RIVERSIDE: Teacher accused of molestation in court
Former Riverside Unified School teacher Andrea Cardosa sits in court and talks with her attorney Randy S. Collins as her arraignment is postponed in Department 63 in the Robert Presley Hall of Justice County of Riverside in Riverside, February 5, 2014.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Soot-Free Air in Reach in U.S.--But Not for Long
Considered inconceivable just a decade ago, achieving the federal target for fine particulates is perhaps one of the nation's greatest environmental success stories.
Extended benefit drop-off list is growing
JOBS18WLC.JPG Local unemployment numbers released from the California Employment Development Department Friday show a growing trend that the door of opportunity is open, but that does not necessarily translate into jobs.
MANUFACTURING: Riverside Convention Center's chandelier electrifies guests
Bryer-Trawick is owner and president of Architectural Custom, the Riverside company that designed and manufactured most of the light fixtures that cost the city $275,000, one of the most spectacular aspects of the formerly dreary building's $43 million facelift.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
JACOBSEN: Fundraiser to boost student-run clinic
Patients line up in November for a clinic at the First Congregational Church in Riverside staffed by UC Riverside medical students.