Temecula man’s 3rd DUI kills Winchester woman

UPDATED: Tuesday, May 26, 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., With additional details. WINCHESTER, Calif. — Authorities say an intoxicated driver with two prior Riverside County DUI arrests was arrested again after causing a deadly, three-vehicle, chain reaction crash that killed a Winchester woman Friday afternoon, May 22. Superior Court records indicate the alleged suspect, Joshua Asimovic Morris, 34, of Temecula, […]

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One dead, four injured after fatal Temecula crash

CORRECTED: The victim killed in this collision was driving westbound on Madera De Playa Rd. when this accident occurred, not northbound on Calle Contento, as originally reported. From CHP’s incident report: “On Saturday, May 16, 2020, at approximately 1650 hours, Party # 1 (Jeffers) was driving Vehicle # 1 westbound on Madera De Playa Road and was approaching a stop […]

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Temecula appoints John Crater as new Fire Chief

TEMECULA, Calif. ─ Temecula Mayor James “Stew” Stewart, Temecula City Manager Aaron Adams and CAL FIRE/Riverside County Fire Chief Shawn Newman welcome John Crater as the newly appointed Division Fire Chief for the City of Temecula, effective May 11, 2020. LEADING THE RCNS HEADLINES: DUI, reckless driving may have led to fatal Hemet crash SWAT standoff follows San Jacinto shooting […]

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Temecula Museum offers online Second Saturday cultural celebration highlighting Cuba

TEMECULA, Calif. — With the COVID-19 public health crisis and stay-at-home orders continuing to dominate headlines, the Temecula Valley Museum has adapted its very popular monthly Cultural Celebration events to offer the content online this month. The goal of the program is to embrace diversity and celebrate contemporary life in Temecula, while celebrating world culture with food, crafts, activities, and […]

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Temecula Valley Hospital seeks medical supplies, other donations

TEMECULA, CA – Local Businesses have an immediate opportunity to assist Temecula Valley Hospital. Across thenation, businesses are donating or selling supplies within their existing inventory to hospitals where supplies arebecoming scarce. Mayor James “Stew” Stewart supports this effort locally in response to Temecula Valley Hospital’srequest for assistance. LEADING THE RCNS HEADLINES: Fatal Perris shooting, stand-off leads to arrest Idyllwild […]

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Families invited to Temecula’s “Little Sprouts Seed Library” March 15

TEMECULA — Families are invited to discover the joys of gardening together when the Little Sprouts Seed Library launches again this Spring at 1:00 pm on Sunday, March 15, 2020 at the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library (30600 Pauba Road). LEADING THE RCNS HEADLINES: Murder investigation leads to arrest of Hemet man UPDATE: Perris triple murder suspect captured in […]

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Two adjacent Temecula retail centers sell for $26+ million

TEMECULA — CBRE’s Kirk Brummer announced today the National Retail Partners-West (NRP-West) has completed the sale of Bel Villaggio I-II & Bel Villaggio III in Temecula, California, adjacent retail centers, leased to a complementary mix of internet resistant tenants consisting of restaurants, retail and “daily needs” goods and services. The combined sale price was $26,100,000. LEADING THE RCNS HEADLINES: Shooting […]

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UPDATE: Man arrested after Perris gas station shooting that killed Temecula man

UPDATED: Feb. 26, 9 a.m. See Original Story below. PERRIS — Officials investigating the Feb. 2 shooting death of a Temecula man at a Perris gas station say they have arrested the man they allege was responsible for the man’s murder. The victim, who was later identified as 21-year-old, Gelder Funes-Lopez, was fatally shot while pumping gas at the Arco […]

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DUI suspected after Hemet motorcyclist, 34, hits big-rig head on

TEMECULA — A Hemet man was killed when he lost control of his speeding motorcycle and collided head-on with a tractor-trailer big-rig, Thursday evening, Jan. 30. Alcohol intoxication was considered a contributing factor in the deadly crash, which happened on Hwy 79/Temecula Parkway, between Butterfield Stage and Anza roads, in an unincorporated area just east of Temecula, CHP has since […]

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“American Farmer” exhibit to go on display at Temecula Valley Museum

TEMECULA — The Temecula Valley Museum is excited to announce a new exhibit,  American Farmer, coming to the location at the end of January. The exhibition, which was curated and organized by ExhibitsUSA, a program of Mid-America Arts Alliance, presents a collection of portraits showing the geographic and cultural diversity of the American Farmer. The temporary exhibit will be on […]

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