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Temecula Man Wrongfully Convicted of 1998 Murder Exonerated

RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA — A Temecula man convicted more than 19 years ago in the death of a woman whose was body was dumped near a lake in the Temescal Valley was exonerated after a review of forensic evidence, culminating in his release from prison and the filing of murder charges against two other me

PATCH - 2018-10-15 23:03:57

Deadly Temecula Crash Reported, Victim ID'd As Local Resident

TEMECULA, CA — One person was killed in a Sunday evening crash in Temecula, the Riverside County coroner's office reports. The wreck, which happened around 6:15 p.m, led to the hours-long closure of an area roadway.

PATCH - 2018-10-15 14:02:31

Man killed in crash at Temecula Parkway and Old Town Front Street

On Monday, Oct. 15, the Riverside County Coroner released the name of a man who died in what was described by the Temecula Police Department as a "major collision" at about 6:15 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 14.

VALLEY NEWS - 2018-10-15 09:58:00

Man’s hat gets scorched by lightning during storm, Temecula police say

When running outside to secure items during a storm, maybe don’t wear a baseball hat for protection against the rain.A man ran out to close the windows on his truck Friday night when lightning struck the vehicle then “skipped off his hat through the metal button,” the Temecula Police Departmentposte

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2018-10-15 07:58:39

Man killed in Temecula traffic incident is identified

A man killed in a traffic accident in Temecula, at Temecula Parkway and Old Town Front Street on Sunday, has been identified as 64-year-old Patrick King, the Riverside County Coroner’s office said on Monday.

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2018-10-15 08:38:39

Woman killed when tree falls on vehicle in Tustin

Tustin Technical Rescue: 9:15 am Crews are onscene of a large tree that fell on a vehicle 14000 block of Red Hill. One female fatality in the vehicle, unknown age.pic.twitter.com/R2EeHQmGw8— OCFA PIO (@OCFA_PIO)October 15, 2018

FOXLA.COM - 2018-10-15 18:20:00

Man’s Body Discovered in Wash in San Bernardino

A wash south of the intersection of Highland Avenue and Macy Street in San Bernardino, pictured in a Google Street View image in March of 2018.Homicide detectives launched an investigation after the body of a man was found in a wash alongside the 210 Freeway in San Bernardino on Sunday, authorities

KTLA.COM - 2018-10-15 14:07:42

Former NFL player Kellen Winslow Jr. heads to court for preliminary hearing in 2003 rape case

RELATED:Kellen Winslow II, the former NFL player accused of rape, kidnapping, ordered to stand trial

SAN DIEGO CHANNEL - 2018-10-15 21:41:56

17-year-old killed in single-vehicle crash in Lake Elsinore

LAKE ELSINORE - A 17-year-old girl was killed when she crashed a car into a power pole in Lake Elsinore, authorities said on Sunday, Oct. 14.

VALLEY NEWS - 2018-10-14 09:04:00

Major construction activity expected on Temecula Parkway Interchange Project next week

Construction activity will include northbound I-15, northbound on-ramp, northbound off-ramp and westbound Temecula Parkway for excavation, rebuilding, repaving and restriping. Construction will necessitate continuous day and night closures throughout the interchange.

VALLEY NEWS

Carl Love: Will Murrieta, Wildomar voters buy sales pitches on boosting sales taxes?

Who can say no to that, especially in Murrieta, a city that has its own police and fire departments, a community that has long bragged about its low crime?

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE

California’s rent-control ballot measure, explained

You’ve probably heard plenty of conflicting messages about the merits of this statewide ballot measure, Proposition 10. To help you make sense of this complex debate and what it could mean for landlords and the nearly 6 million renters in California, we lay out the basics: the law that the measure w

SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS - 2018-10-14 13:00:01

Vista Murrieta leads Temecula Valley as game gets rescheduled due to lightning

At Temecula Valley High, the Golden Bears’ Southwestern League game with Vista Murrieta was called at 7:55 p.m., with Vista Murrieta leading, 14-7. With lightning flashing to the southwest and a heavy weather cell pelting the field with rain, the players were pulled off the field with 3:29 remaining

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE

Southern California braces for the first major Santa Ana winds since the devastating Thomas fire - Los Angeles Times

As sure a sign of the season as the pumpkin spiced latte, the Santa Ana winds are back.The season’s first red-flag warning for high winds was expected Sunday afternoon, bringing with it wildfire fears after a year that saw record-high temperatures and scant rainfall.

LA TIMES

Desert Daze 2018: What you need to know about the first two days of the festival

Jarvis Cocker performs on day one of the three day music festival Desert Daze at Lake Perris on Friday, October 12, 2018. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer)

DAILY BREEZE - 2018-10-14 10:54:06

Teenage girl dies in Lake Elsinore crash

The driver, who authorities have identified only as a 17-year-old girl from Lake Elsinore, was taken to a hospital, where she was pronounced dead. Authorities are not releasing her name until family is notified.

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE

Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival Wins International Awards

IFEA recognized the most outstanding examples of quality and creativity in the festivals and events industry during the awards. Winning entries came from organizations as diverse as the Cherry Creek Arts Festival in Denver, CO; the OC Fair in Costa Mesa, CA; the National Cherry Blossom Festival in W

PATCH

Temecula's Dark Side Ghost Tour haunts Old Town, Oct. 27

TEMECULA ─ Afraid of the dark? Join docent Dale Garcia for a nighttime walking tour of Old Town as he shares the dark and spooky side of Temecula’s history. Old Town Temecula’s past includes murders and, some said, ghosts.

VALLEY NEWS

California drivers are better than they're given credit for - Los Angeles Times

I strongly disagree with the column on California drivers that says "Los Angeles drivers stink” (“Leave Risky Driving Behind,” On the Spot by Catharine Hamm, Sept. 30).Brownsville, Texas, may be No. 1 in safety, but we all know statistics lie. I hazard a guess that it's No. 1 because there is no one

LA TIMES

Explore Southern California’s largest corn maze

TEMECULA, Calif. – The largest corn maze in Southern California has people of all ages a-maze-d!

FOX5SANDIEGO.COM