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  • Center for Biological Diversity
    TEMECULA, Calif.— In a victory over a development that could doom local mountain lions, a judge issued a scathing ruling against the proposed 270-acre Altair development in Western Riverside County in California. Judge Daniel Ottolia found that the development’s environmental review failed to properly account for impacts to imperiled Santa ...
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  • Patch
    April's full moon is a supermoon, and it's the brightest of 2020. Here's how to see the full pink supermoon in Temecula.
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  • recordgazette.net
    Spokesperson Don Escalante said blood drives that were set for Corona, Eastvale, Temecula, Murrieta,Coachella Valley and Palm Springs, suddenly were non-existent. Escalante said he talked with Bette Rader, director of the Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, and she offered the chamber parking lot on Beaumont Avenue so LifeStream could hold blood drives.
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  • USA Today
    Bellator postponed three additional events from its May calendar due to the coronavirus pandemic. Bellator 232 (San Jose, Calif.) on May 9, Bellator Europe 8 (London) on May 16 and Bellator 243 (Temecula, Calif.) on May 29 were all pushed back due to safety concerns over the ongoing crisis, causing more than 30 matchups to fall apart.
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  • The Iron Mountain Daily News
    Cunningham is ranked second in the senior class. The 6-foot-11 Mobley attends Temecula Rancho Christian in California and is headed to Southern California. The 6-foot-6 Cunningham is from Texas and attends Montverde Academy in Florida. He has signed to play at Oklahoma State next season.
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    The Go-Go’s still have a 12-night tour on the books — for now, at least — for late June and July, including two nights in Los Angeles, and shows in Costa Mesa and Temecula. So life is good as Valentine and the Go-Go’s mark four decades since Valentine and Caffey ran into each other at the Whisky. “Most people at 61 are sort of ...
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  • Orange County Register
    On Tuesday, March 31, Temecula City Clerk Randi Johl helped lead a webinar for several hundred local government officials on “Transparency, Public Access & Trust: Keeping Local Government Open Through Social Distancing.” “We need to find a meaningful way to still engage, and not only hear, but listen to the public,” Johl wrote in an email.
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  • U.S. News & World Report
    One way to do that is to purchase an annuity with an income rider that is inflation adjusted, says Steve Sexton, a financial professional and CEO of Sexton Advisory Group in Temecula, California. Another option is delaying the start of Social Security benefits. For each year you delay the start of benefits past your full retirement age until ...
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  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    Low-lying areas in the Inland Empire could see some flooding Monday, but the rain showers will be much lighter the rest of the week.
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  • MyNewsLA
    High temperatures Monday could reach 57 degrees in Riverside, 67 in the San Gorgonio Pass, 75 in the Coachella Valley, 40 in Idyllwild, 53 in Temecula and 57 in Hemet. The storm is expected to move east out of the region through Friday, then dry weather will return through at least the weekend, Miller said. Sign up here for our free newsletters.
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  • Mail Online
    American Idol's Top 20 finalists turned into the Top 21 on Sunday's show as judges could not decide between two similarly stellar contestants.
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  • Albany Democrat-Herald
    You have run out of free articles. You can support our newsroom by joining at our lowest rate! SWEET HOME — The Oregon Jamboree will host another five free virtual jam sessions this week on its Facebook page.
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    The small desert community of Borrego Springs, located in the middle of the vast Anza-Borrego Desert State Park in northeastern San Diego County, is getting hit in every direction
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  • The Press-Enterprise
    Three hospitals in western Riverside County were able to replenish their critical stock of N95 masks thanks to a donation from The Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians. Temecula Valley Hospital, Rancho Springs Medical Center and Inland Valley Medical Center each received 1,000 masks for doctors, nurses and other frontline medical staff ...
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  • Los Angeles Times
    The earthquake at 6:53 p.m. occurred 11 miles southeast of Anza, 18 miles southwest of Palm Desert, 18 miles northwest of Borrego Springs, 23 miles southwest of Indio and 36 miles east of Temecula. The epicenter was in a remote mountainous area, where strong shaking was recorded. But the closest cities in the Coachella Valley encountered only ...
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