2 hrs ago
MURRIETA: Remembering Kathy Gibbs
Kathy Gibbs, wife of the man was Murrieta's mayor the past year, died on Wednesday, Dec. 11 following a battle with cancer, according to a city news release.
4 hrs ago
Ex-Riverside County Deputy Convicted In Murrieta Bar Killing
A former Riverside County sheriff's deputy has been convicted of second-degree murder in the off-duty shooting of man in a Murrieta bar.
6 hrs ago
Murrieta Public Library Announces Holiday Closures
Due to historically lower attendance during the Holidays, the Murrieta Library is announcing the following Holiday closures for December and January: According to Library Manager Elise Malkowski "Although the Library building will be closed, the Library's web page is available 24/7 and is full of great resources for research and plenty of other ... (more)
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Ex-Mormon Bishop Sentenced to 3 Years, Sent to State Prison
The former bishop of a Mormon Church ward in Menifee was officially sentenced today to three years in prison for sexually molesting two teenage girls who attended his church.
Murrieta Holiday Home Decorating Contest: Map, Online Voting Now Available
Santa and his elves are looking for a little help this year in judging the entries for the City of Murrieta's 2013 Holiday Home Decorating Contest.
MURRIETA: The Living Nativity to be performed
Christmas is always a busy time and often the true meaning of Christmas is lost in the hustle and bustle.
MURRIETA: Jimmie Walker to perform at Aces this weekend
If things had gone differently in Jimmie "JJ" Walker's basketball career, the phrase "Dyn-o-mite!" may have referred to his jump shot instead of becoming a television show sensation.
TEMECULA: Maryann Edwards voted Mayor for 2014
Temecula Councilwoman Maryann Edwards, a member of the council since 2005, was elected to serve as mayor in 2014 by her peers on the council Tuesday night.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Investigation: Bicyclist Failed to Yield to Fire Engine
An investigation into an incident in which a Murrieta fire engine collided with a bicyclist has determined that the bicyclist failed to yield.
MURRIETA: Jurors deliberating fate of ex-deputy charged with murder
Dayle Long a ex-sheriff's deputy charged with murder makes his way into a Southwest Justice Center courtroom for closing arguments in French Valley December, 10, 2013.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Murrieta Police Investigating Bank Robbery
Murrieta police investigate a bank robbery Dec. 7, 2013 at Pacific Western Bank, 41831 Kalmia St. An investigation is underway into the robbery Monday afternoon of a Murrieta bank, a police lieutenant confirmed.
MURRIETA: Apartment project near golf course up again
A controversial proposal for apartments near an east Murrieta golf course is headed once again to the Murrieta Planning Commission.
24-Home Holiday Light Display Brings Smiles
If you drove down the sleepy cul-de-sac of Bainbridge Circle in Murrieta, California during the day you would never guess that at night it transforms into a musical light-fest that rivals even an electrical light parade.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Lake Elsinore Valley News
Testimony Concludes Tomorrow in Trial of Deputy Accused of Murder
The defense is expected to rest its case Monday in the trial of an off-duty Riverside County sheriff's deputy accused of gunning down an unarmed patron at a Murrieta bar during an argument.
HUNNEMAN: Side by side by Riverside
Good Sunday morning to you. Breakfast is at The Mill in Murrieta this morning and then it's off to find the perfect Christmas tree.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Tracking the Scent: Officers Invent Kit to Help Find The Missing
It is equally disheartening for law enforcement when their search efforts to track the missing are futile, a problem that two Southern California K-9 officers became determined to solve.
Lake Elsinore Valley News
Community joins together in Thanksgiving food giveaway
Volunteers from Calvary Murrieta School spent two days sorting and filling bags with food items donated by Century 21 Wright for a Thanksgiving giveaw... Pechanga and Verizon partnered with the Temecula Murrieta Rescue Mission to provide turkeys and meals for seniors, homeless and the needy this past Th... Volunteers from Pechanga, the Temecula ... (more)
Fri Dec 06, 2013
REGION: Cold prompts plea for natural gas conservation
With Inland Southern California under the spell of unusually cold weather, a utility is asking customers to conserve natural gas over the next several days.