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Temecula Valley Rocked By Another Earthquake
TEMECULA, CA — The ground below Temecula shook again Wednesday morning, about 12 hours after a large quake rolled through the region and was felt by thousands. Wednesday morning's quake measured in at 3.0-magnitude and was again centered near Aguanga. It struck at 6:34 a.m.
Driver who hit man, drove with body stuck in windshield jailed
VISTA, Calif. — A drunken California motorist who drove more than a mile (1.6 kilometres) with the body of the man she hit in the front seat of the car has been sentenced to 15 years to life in prison.The San Diego Union-Tribune says 31-year-old Esteysi Sanchez was sentenced Wednesday for the 2016 d
Magnitude 4.4 earthquake strikes east of Temecula
Several 10News viewers called in about feeling an earthquake around 6:24 p.m. Tuesday.The United States Geological Survey reports a magnitude 4.4 earthquake struck east of Temecula at that time.Viewers from Temecula, Vista and Clairemont called 10News to say they felt it.For more information from th
Tony is living without SKIN, please read his story at the link below. - Temecula, CA Patch
My best friend Tony Viscosi needs ourHELP.He moved to Temecula in 1979. He went to Temecula Elementary / Junior High graduated from Fallbrook High and also attended Elsinore High. Tony was always a well liked, nice guy who has never hesitated to help others. Well, HeNEEDS OUR HELP. He had a MAS
Hidden Temecula Gem Offers Incredible Entertaining Options: $1.9M
TEMECULA, CA — Tucked away in the gated community of The Reserves in Temecula, this property offers more than 2.8 acres of land with a sprawling 6,900 square-foot home designed for the entertainer-at-heart.
Firefighter impostor caught on video in Lake Elsinore
"The more we reviewed the footage, saw him peek over the wall into my home where my grandchildren were sitting eating lunch, it was devastating to the point where I'm ready to sell and move," Cody said.
Holy Fire is 72 percent contained, Ortega Highway reopened to traffic
the Holy Fire, which is 72 percent contained after charring 22,986 acres in the Cleveland National Forest.
Earthquake Rattles Temecula Valley: Did You Feel It?
TEMECULA, CA — A 4.4 magnitude earthquake rolled through the Temecula Valley on Tuesday evening. It hit at 6:24 p.m., according to the U.S.G.S.
Woman Convicted of Murder in Gruesome DUI Crashed Sentenced
Esteysi “Stacy” Sanchez had at least five alcoholic drinks, plus beer, in the hours before her car struck a pedestrian on July 27, 2016. She wasconvicted of murderin April.
Holy Fire containment rises to 72 percent in Lake Elsinore-Corona
The wildfire has burned 22,986 acres across 10 days and destroyed at least 12 structures in the Cleveland National Forest with more than 1,300 firefighters on the front lines.
Police ID Oceanside Man Found Dead Under Suspicious Circumstances
OCEANSIDE, CA –Police Wednesday identified a 77-year-old Oceanside resident who was found dead under suspicious circumstances.John Anthony Roth's wife reported discovering him not breathing at their residence in the 500 block of North Tremont Street upon returning from her job at a local nursing hom
Holy fire containment now at 72 percent; Trilogy community remains under voluntary evacuation
The Holy fire burning in the Cleveland National Forest in Orange and Riverside counties was 72 percent contained and at 22,986 acres on Wednesday morning as firefighters continued to tighten lines around the nine-day-old blaze.A voluntary evacuation order remained in effect for the Trilogy community
Open Auditions! - Temecula, CA Patch
Synopsis:They're creepy and they're kooky, mysterious and spooky-and they also sing! This entertaining musical, from the television classic, lights up the stage as Morticia, Gomez, Uncle Fester, and Lurch put on their macabre best when daughter Wednesday brings home a young suitor from the outside w
Eight arrested in connection with busted pot grows in Murrieta
On Tuesday, the Murrieta Police Department announced in a press release the arrest of eight adults last week in connection with a series of search warrants that resulted in the recovery of more than 7,000 marijuana plants and the theft of more than $200,000 in electricity.
Family Of Murrieta School Drowning Victim Details $11M Settlement
MURRIETA, CA — The family of a 13-year-old drowning victim who was pulled to the surface of a Murrieta high school pool by his classmates, with little to no help from lifeguards, Tuesday detailed an $11 million settlement with the Murrieta Valley Unified School District.
Earthquake In Riverside County Rattles Northern San Diego County
AGUANGA, CA – A 4.4 magnitude earthquake struck Riverside County, rattling northern San Diego County on Tuesday evening. The quake was recorded at 6:24 p.m. more than four miles east-northeast of Aguanga in the Inland Empire, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Tony is living without SKIN
Tony needs our HELP. He took a medication and had a massive immune reaction which has landed him with a disease calledErythrodermic Syndrome.The first time he had this event he wound up in the burn unit at UCSD. That was just the beginning. Tony now loses all the skin on his entire body in (est. 3 m
Murrieta Valley Unified pays $11 million settlement and apologizes for boy’s death
Sabrina Pierce, the mother of Alex Pierce, speaks during a press conference to announce an $11 million settlement in the wrongful death lawsuit filed against Murrieta Valley Unified School District on Thursday. Aug. 14, with her husband, Rodriguez.. Alex was a seventh-grade Dorothy McElhinney Middle
John Roberts has Cancer and Needs your Help. - Temecula, CA Patch
Johnny Roberts, our beloved cowboy, veteran and Rotarian, has been a huge influence in the Temecula Valley to those who know, love and respect him. He has given so much of himself to others and now it’s time for us to give back to him.
Amid Holy Fire, Lake Elsinore residents clean up pink fire retardant
"We do everything we can to avoid targets on the ground whether it's fire equipment, homes. Obviously the conditions are ever-changing. There's wind, that's a huge factor," said Fred Mata, an engineer with CAL Fire.