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Drivers received free car washes today after a vehicle towing a trailer crashed into a fire hydrant sending a fountain of water into the sky near the Promenade Mall in Temecula.
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TEMECULA The Temecula Valley Law Enforcement Torch Run took place on Sunday, May 19.
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The Inland Valley Symphony presents its 2012-13 "Season Finale" on Saturday, June 1, at 2 p.m. with a repeat performance at 7. The concert will be held at the Gershwin Performing Arts Center, Murrieta Mesa High School in Murrieta, conducted by Anthony Parnther.
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The Temecula Valley Museum recently renovated its 'Touch History' children's area, making the inside of its exhibits accessible to visitors as well as interactive.
The California League of United Latin American Citizens is for the first time in 66 years holding its state convention in the Inland Empire.
E-Tech award submissions were judged on innovation, functionality, technological importance by a panel of highly-respected industry experts, reporters and analysts.
In this week's "So You Think You Can Dance," 18-year old Makenzie "Kenzi" Dustman, a senior from Great Oak High School, auditioned in Los Angeles and was sent straight through to Las Vegas.
A Temecula, California, couple whose special needs son was arrested in a massive drug sting at Chaperral High School have now, ABC News reports : filed a claim against the Temecula Valley Unified School District for unspecified damages, alleging the district administrators did not protect their special-needs son but instead "participated with local ... (more)
Tim Ritter is one of three people within the Temecula Valley Unified School District who were aware of the undercover police operation that occurred for several months on Temecula school campuses.
Jury selection is expected to get under way tomorrow for the trial of a Temecula teacher's aide accused of abandoning her 12-year-old daughter in a car without any clothes or food while the defendant went to work.
Blythe residents could face a 200-mile round trip to the nearest court if their in-town courthouse is closed Blythe residents are concerned over a proposal from the Riverside County Superior Court to shutter the one-judge courtroom in their town.
As detailed by Interim City Manager Aaron Adams during a budget workshop Wednesday morning, the city is looking at spending around $60.1 million in the upcoming fiscal year that starts July 1 and taking in around $60.3 million.
Armando 'Ed' Lopez, commander of Temecula VFW Post 4089, presides at a graveside remembrance for William Edward Kolb, a longtime U.S. Navy sailor, during Memorial Day program at Temecula Public Cemetery Monday, May 28, 2001.
The Farmers Market at The Promenade is still growing and this spring it added six new farmers, five plant merchants and six food vendors.