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Horseback rider hospitalized after fall in Temecula
TEMECULA - A person who fell from a horse in Temecula was injured and rushed to a hospital on Saturday, April 20. The fall was reported at 9:11 a.m. in the 38000 block of Corralitos Road, an area where several equestrian facilities are located, according to the Riverside County Fire Department.
Temecula city council members propose resolution 'denouncing socialism/communism'
TEMECULA - Temecula city Mayor Mike Naggar on Friday, April 19 announced on his "City talk with Council Member Mike Naggar" Facebook page a resolution "denouncing socialism/communism" which he wrote with Temecula City Councilmember Matt Rahn.
Highgrove residents sue Riverside County over fee for long-gone sheriff’s deputy
A group of Highgrove residents led by community newspaper publisher Richard “Barney” Barnett is suing Riverside County, demanding to know how money from their county services fee is being spent.
No hot water, bugs, dirty conditions: Restaurant closures and other inspections in Riverside County, April 12-18
Here are the restaurants and other food facilities closed by health inspectors in Riverside County between April 12 and 18, 2019, according to the county’s Department of Environmental Health.
Man Arrested in Brutal Killing of 76-Year-Old Found Stabbed, Strangled in Her Arcadia Backyard
A man has been detained in the death of a 76-year-old found stabbed, beaten and strangled in her backyard in Arcadia nearly two weeks ago, authorities announced Saturday. Heber Enoc Diaz, 27, was arrested on suspicion of murder in the killing of Chyong Jen Tsai, according to the Los Angeles County S
Second person arrested in connection with death of Murrieta man
MURRIETA - A second person was arrested on Wednesday, April 17, in connection with an investigation into the death of 54-year-old Henry Stange, a Murrieta resident, who was discovered in June 2018 in a shallow grave on the San Bernardino County side of Joshua Tree National Park.
Death of cadet at Riverside County sheriff’s training center deemed suicide
A cadet died by suicide Thursday morning at the Ben Clark Training Center, Riverside County Sheriff’s Department officials confirmed Friday. “We can confirm that our staff received a call regarding the death of a recruit yesterday morning around 5:30 a.m.” sheriff’s officials said. ” … The incident
Temecula library sprouting more than book learning with 'Seeds of Life'
Children checking out a book at the Ronald H. Roberts library in Temecula may walk away with some surprises in little bags of seeds to grow at home thanks to television personality and Temecula resident Vlada Vladac.
Dana Point Bank Robbery Suspect Found Dead After Pursuit to Rancho Santa Margarita May Be the ‘Leatherface Bandit’: FBI
A suspect in a Dana Point bank robbery who was found dead in a vehicle at the end of a SWAT standoff after leading deputies on a pursuit to Rancho Santa Margarita may be the "Leatherface Bandit" serial robber, linked to three prior heists in Orange County, officials said.
Traffic collision on 15 Freeway in Temecula kills motorist
A motorist died in a traffic collision in Temecula on Thursday afternoon, April 18, the California Highway Patrol said. The crash was reported just after 2 p.m. on the northbound 15 Freeway south of Temecula Parkway. A witness said a blue Lexus hit a guardrail and a gray Ford truck in the center div
San Diego Sheriff’s responding to reports of accidental shooting of 12-year-old in Fallbrook
SAN DIEGO — San Diego Sheriff’s Department in Fallbrook are responding to the 900 block of Santa Margarita Drive in Fallbrook after reports that a 12-year-old was shot in the chest.
David And Louise Turpin Sentenced To Life In Prison For Torture, Child Abuse
RIVERSIDE (CBSLA/AP) – A Perris couple has been sentenced to life in prison for severe abuse and neglect of 12 of their children. David Allen Turpin, 57, and Louise Ann Turpin, 50, each pleaded guilty in February to six counts of cruelty to a dependent adult, four counts of.
2 Moreno Valley residents accused of robbery in Hemet
Two Moreno Valley residents wanted in connection with a robbery in Hemet were arrested Friday, April 19, at the end of a pursuit, authorities said. Robert Florez-Duque, 29, who is listed in the Riverside County jail log and Superior Court records as Robert Duque Flores, 29, was arrested on suspicion
Free Comic Book Day Vol. 6 arrives May 4 at the Temecula Library
TEMECULA – Comic book enthusiasts, unite! Assemble friends and family for Free Comic Book Day Vol. 6 Saturday, May 4, from 1-4 p.m. at the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library, 30600 Pauba Road.
Here’s what California marijuana smokers think about driving while high
Many cannabis-culture celebrations will take place on 4/20 (April 20), so here’s a look at some pot smokers’ opinions on driving and tips to self-assess if you are too high.
Officials Looking For Woman They Say Tossed Bag Of Puppies In Trash Bin
COACHELLA (CBSLA) — Riverside County Animal Services is hoping the public can help them identify a woman who is allegedly shown tossing a bag filled with puppies into a trash bin in Coachella Thursday.
Canyon Lake woman charged with accessory in slaying of Murrieta man
A Canyon Lake woman was re-arrested this week and charged in the death of a Murrieta man who prosecutors say was bludgeoned to death by the woman’s husband. Ashlie Nicole Stapp, 28, pleaded not guilty to a felony charge of accessory after the fact in Southwest Justice Center in French Valley on Frid
Police investigating rare triple homicide in upscale Glendale neighborhood
Glendale police continued to try to unravel the mystery of three men fatally shot in an upscale hillside neighborhood as officials identified the victims. The bodies of 36-year-old Deandre Tyronne Sims, 35-year-old Christian Marty Moukam and 50-year-old Leon Gough II were discovered early Thursday a
Possible Thunderstorms for the Sierra Nevada and the Foothills Including Mariposa County, Oakhurst and Yosemite Today (Saturday)
Thunderstorms are possible in Mariposa County, Oakhurst and Yosemite National Park. April 20, 2019 - The National Weather Service Hanford Office reports a few thunderstorms are possible this afternoon and evening.
Next Year’s 4/20 Celebrations In California Will Look A Lot More Legal
Next to the lemonade and gyros, California festival goers will soon be able to buy legal pot—a potential sales bonanza for local dispensaries and a boost to state tax revenues. But they’ll have to wait until next year’s 4/20, the informal holiday for cannabis enthusiasts, to buy weed outdoors.