• Valley News
    Arlene Yates shows off a puppet of Haja, a character she created to teach students anti- bullying messages. Valley News/Will Fritz photo A Temecula resident is using her artistic and musical talents to educate children about diversity and acceptance. Arlene Yates, who lived in Fallbrook for close to 30 years, is a professional musician ...
  • Valley News
    TEMECULA — Razor blades were found in two separate incidents in Temecula attached to the inside of car door handles that the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department said were placed there to cause injury. The first report came at 11 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 9 at the 41000 block of Carleton Way and the second report came in at 9:12 a.m. at the ...
  • Valley News
    Ronald Frederick Dye, 72, of Murrieta, a retired Riverside County sheriff’s administrator, was among seven men allegedly snared in a sheriff’s undercover operation on Jan. 9 in Temecula. He was arrested on suspicion of soliciting. Dye has been the on ...
  • Philadelphia Inquirer on MSN.com
    Camden High’s basketball team will face off with the consensus No. 1 player in the nation on Saturday. Camden (10-1), led by Kentucky recruit Lance Ware as well as freshman phenom D.J. Wagner, will play in the Hoophall Classic in Springfield,
  • The Press-Enterprise
    Arnold Schwarzenegger in October of that year. Drug testing is still commonplace at most California companies, said Vikita Poindexter, whose Temecula-based consulting firm handles human resources operations and compliance issues for employers. “They’re still doing it, mostly because of concerns about opiates and meth and other drugs ...
  • BroBible
    Virtual jabs rarely turn into physical blows but there are certainly some exceptions and I can’t think of a better example than what might be my favorite saga in the history of the internet: Meet Me in Temecula. In 2014, a couple of guys on Twitter decided to spend Christmas engaged in an increasingly heated debate about Kobe Bryant before ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Marie Surakal serves legions of fortune-seekers Lunar New Year meals at Bamboo in the Pechanga Resort Casino in Temecula. “The dumpling name in Thai means bag of money, so we made them as a family in Thailand to add some lucky charm into our prayers.” Even though the Lunar New Year isn’t a holiday celebrated in Thailand, Surakal says her ...
  • Los Angeles Times on MSN.com
    Marie Surakal serves legions of fortune-seekers Lunar New Year meals at Bamboo in the Pechanga Resort Casino in Temecula. This year, she’s preparing thousands of golden bag dumplings. “The dumpling name in Thai means bag of money, so we made them as a family in Thailand to add some lucky charm into our prayers.” Even though the Lunar New ...
  • Antelope Valley Press
    The Temecula-based MVC Enterprises, also known as Moreno Valley Construction, was the lowest bidder out of a total of nine responsive bidders. The Marauder Complex project will include site work for utility connections for six modular buildings, fire lane access and hardscape requirements. Once complete, the complex will provide office ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    Oscar Rodriguez made 6. Temecula Valley 2, Chaparral 1. Goals – Pulopot (TV) 1, Witz (TV) 1. Saves – Underwood (TV) 5. Highlights: Kate Jacobsen and Eve Hoppe each made an assist for Temecula Valley. Vista Murrieta 5, Great Oak 0. Goals – Paulino (VM) 2, Gabriel (VM) 1, Castellanos (VM) 1, Scibetta (VM) 1.
  • NBC Los Angeles
    Ronald Frederick Dye, 72, of Murrieta, a retired Riverside County sheriff's administrator, was among seven men allegedly snared in a sheriff's undercover operation on Jan. 9 in Temecula. He was arrested on suspicion of soliciting. Dye has been the on-site operations coordinator for the Date Fest since 2009, according to the county Executive Office.
  • Daily Breeze
    The National Weather Service said the rain should subside by Friday afternoon, but the cloudy weather will remain through Monday.
  • The Press-Enterprise
    About 150 attended the grand opening of the Art by Inna Gallery. The consensus was it’s long overdue. With wealthy enclaves such as the Temecula Valley Wine Country, De Luz, La Cresta and Bear Creek, there is the money here to support the fine art found at the gallery, including works priced at more than $1,000. Eleven of the 12 artists ...
  • Valley News
    As the league gained momentum, five clubs made up this league. Now, in its second formal year, a team from Temecula has been established, bringing them to six. Including the Temecula Dear Brothers, the Crestline Highlanders, Palmdale Blue Stockings, Riverside Smudge Pots, Long Beach Oilers and Redondo Beach Wharf Rats make up league.
  • The Desert Sun
    Retired Coachella Valley sheriff's deputy among suspects in Temecula prostitution sting Ron Dye was a Riverside County sheriff's deputy from 1969 to 2004. He retired as a chief deputy sheriff. Check out this story on desertsun.com: https://www.desertsun.com/story/news/crime_courts/2020/01/16/former-she…-temecula ...
  • Valley News
    Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Emily Falappino sits at her desk inside the chamber offices in Temecula. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo Growing up, Emily Falappino shuffled around, living in and outside the Temecula Valley for many years. “I went between this little cow town called Temecula in the 1980s, and if I wasn ...
  • Valley News
    Valley News/Jeff Pack photo Since 2014, Gershon Bachus Vintners has been making its wines in a kosher-style, paying homage to the namesake the winery on the De Portola Trail in Temecula Wine Country. Gershon Bachus is the grandfather of Kenny Falik ...
  • Valley News
    Valley News/Visit Temecula Valley photo Visit Temecula Valley, in partnership with the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visit California, is currently promoting Temecula Valley Restaurant Month which features the classic hamburger for January. “Burgers are one of the top menu items people love to order when they travel, and we have ...
  • Valley News
    TEMECULA ─ It’s the New Year and time for resolutions and aspirations. Whether residents’ goals are to try new things, exercise more, meet new people or get in touch with their artistic side – the Temecula Community Services Department has a class ...
  • The San Bernardino Sun
    San Bernardino’s police chief and assistant chief will start making as much as law enforcement leaders in cities such as Thousand Oaks, Torrance and Temecula, whose per capita and average household incomes dwarf those here. Council members Theodore Sanchez, Sandra Ibarra, Juan Figueroa, Henry Nickel and Bessine Richard approved 9% pay raises ...