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Man found dead on Palm Springs hiking trail
Christopher Wathen of Twentynine Palms was pronounced dead at the scene on the trail near Museum Drive, according to Riverside County coroner’s officials.A Palm Springs police watch sergeant had no information about when the death was reported or how the man died, but said that foul play was not sus
Hemet Couple Adopts Bearded Dragon They Discovered in Walmart Delivery Box
Falkor, a bearded dragon, was adopted by a Hemet couple after he showed up on their doorstep in a Walmart delivery package. (Credit: Al Brummett via Riverside County Department of Animal Services)
Hemet man completes basic training
The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills.
Hemet Closing Simpson Park to Public Access
From the Hemet Fire Department:Hemet Fire Department will close Simpson Park effective June 20, 2018 at 0800 hours. The extreme heat coupled with low humidity increases the threat of wildfire. Simpson Park has been identified as a high fire risk area and will be closed to public access. We encourage
'House of Horrors' Turpin daughter 911 call: 'We don't take baths, I don't know if we need to go to the doctor'
LOS ANGELES -- (KTLA) -- The 17-year-old girl who called police to report her abusive parents in Perris, California, said the house the family lived in smelled so badly that she could barely breathe, and she thought she and her 12 siblings might need to go to the doctor.
Yucaipa man accused of sending nude photos to detective he believed was a 14-year-old boy
Jason Williams was arrested when he arrived at Fourth Street and Yucaipa Boulevard in Yucaipa to meet with the 14-year-old boy he believed he was chatting with online, according to a press release. He was booked into West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga on suspicion of sending harmful ma
Teen's 911 call reveals abuse of 13 children in California family
The 17-year-old girl who called police to report her allegedly abusive parents in Perris, Calif., said the house the family lived in smelled so badly that she could barely breathe, and she thought she and her 12 siblings might need to go to the doctor.
Fixer Upper Property In Cabazon Could Be Yours For Just $139,000
CABAZON, CA — There aren't very many homes you can buy in California for under $150,000, but this home is on the market for just $139,000. Built in 1957, it's in some serious need of attention, but for the right buyer, it could be an excellent investment opportunity.
Turpin daughter’s chilling 911 call played in court as deputy testifies in Perris torture case
PERRIS, Calif. -- (KTLA) -- The 17-year-old girl who called police to report her allegedly abusive parents in Perris, California, said the house the family lived in smelled so badly that she could barely breathe, and she thought she and her 12 siblings might need to go to the doctor.
Crashes on IE's Ramona Expressway spark safety concerns
"You've got people passing you on the shoulder, people passing head-on on the one-lane bridge," said Katie-Jane Martinez.
Palm Springs To Hold Public Meeting Regarding District Elections
Though city officials denied the nonprofit's claims, they noted that municipalities that chose to fight litigious threats of that sort often lose, citing the northern Los Angeles County city of Palmdale, which lost a court battle over the matter and was forced to make the switch, as well as pay mill
Lake Hemet's Splashing Eagle Waterpark now open
Visitors to the lake can don their swimsuits, grab the children by the hand, and walk into the waterpark to jump, play and splash the day away at the park in a designated swim cove off Highway 74 east of Mountain Center. The swim park that is now open Thursday through Monday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Lake Elsinore Murder Under Investigation, Police Say
LAKE ELSINORE, CA — A Lake Elsinore man is dead after apparently being attacked at a local residence while he was working, and now murder investigators are searching for whomever killed him, the sheriff's department announced Wednesday.
Twentynine Palms man found dead on Palm Springs hiking trail
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Man Found Dead On Perris Street
PERRIS, CA — A man was fatally shot Tuesday in a Perris neighborhood, but no suspects were apprehended, authorities said. The victim was gunned down about 5:30 a.m. in the 400 block of East Seventh Street, near G Street, according to the Riverside County Sheriff's Department.
Turpin torture case: Parents expected to make major Riverside County court appearance Wednesday
Each defendant is charged with 12 counts of torture and false imprisonment, nine counts of child abuse and seven counts of cruelty to a dependent adult. David Turpin also faces one count of lewd acts on a child under 14 years old, and his wife is charged with assault resulting in great bodily injury
Temecula DUI Checkpoint Results Released
TEMECULA, CA — More than a dozen people were arrested at a weekend DUI/driver's license checkpoint in Temecula, the police department announced. Of those arrested, one person was nabbed on a felony DUI charge for being on probation for DUI and another three people were arrested after failing a sobri
Two critically injured in weekend shooting in Moreno Valley
Two people suffered multiple gunshot wounds in Moreno Valley early Sunday, June 17, in an incident that both victims fled.
San Bernardino County Sheriff’s officials correct details about suspect in Beaumont who approached girl
In the May 23 incident in Beaumont, a girl was walking in the area of Oak Valley Parkway and Cherry Avenue when she encountered a man who made advances toward her, according to a San Bernardino County Sheriff’s news release.
Three fires in one day; two near Idyllwild
The Indian Fire started mid-day Thursday, June 14 in Pine Cove. The U.S. Forest Service, with help from Cal Fire and Idyllwild Fire Department, kept the burn to 1.25 acres and controlled before dinner. The Incident Commander was Forest Service Battalion Chief Matt Ahearn. Photo by Steven King