New laws bring new questions about firearms and weapons in Riverside County

New laws bring new questions about firearms and weapons in Riverside County

A new law which addresses registering, regulating, purchasing, selling and possessing firearms in the state, which took effect Jan. 1, has some 6 million gun owners in the state wondering how those laws affect them. The sweeping changes to gun legislation over the past two years and subsequent court challenges, changing deadlines and contradictions in […]

SpaceX launch lights up So Cal skies

SpaceX launch lights up So Cal skies

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base shortly after 5:30 this evening has social media buzzing. Thousands took to Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms to discuss the launch.  Most people were unaware it was happening leading to plenty of questions and comments from posters. According to Spaceflightnow.com, Hawthorne-based SpaceX […]

Wildfire preparedness critical to save lives, property

Wildfire preparedness critical to save lives, property

Here in Southern California Wildfire is always a risk. But, the recent fires in Murrieta and the Fallbrook area should serve as a reminder as to how important it is to be ready should a wildfire occur. A good place to start is at the website, www.readyforwildfire.org, where readers can download Cal Fire’s Ready for […]

Bobcats trounce Cubs, 37-13, for Homecoming win

Bobcats trounce Cubs, 37-13, for Homecoming win

Bobcat fans turned out in full force to cheer their team on to the win at the homecoming game verses California School for the Deaf Friday, Oct. 27, bringing their overall record to 4-5. In their previous meeting, the Bobcats routed the Cubs, 49-14 and Friday night’s game was more of the same. Hamilton had all […]

Support our Troops finds new home, announces sponsorship details

Support our Troops finds new home, announces sponsorship details

Every year in December, Judy Harter and her crew of jolly elves come together in a show of support for military families through Temecula and the surrounding communities. This year’s Support Our Troops event, scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 3, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. promises to be bigger and better than ever, according to […]

Trailer destroyed in structure fire

Trailer destroyed in structure fire

A home was totally destroyed and two people were displaced following a structure fire in the 42200 block of Lilac Lane in Anza Tuesday, Oct. 10. The fire was first reported at about 9 p.m., officials said. The initial report, written by Riverside County Fire Department/Cal Fire Spokeswoman Jody Hagemann, indicated a singlewide mobile home was […]

Owning a gun in California shouldn’t be an exercise in live fire

Owning a gun in California shouldn’t be an exercise in live fire

For those considering buying a firearm in California, it’s important to know all the rules and regulations involved in the purchase, registration and possession of firearms in the state. Having the ammunition to navigate through the system can make the path to gun ownership much easier instead of an exercise in live fire. Most of […]

Ready.gov provides necessary resources for wildfire preparedness

Here in Southern California, wildfire is always a risk. But, this year thanks to soaking rains that brought the region out of the worst drought in the state’s history, the area has even more combustible materials than in previous years as new growth sprouted and took hold all throughout the Anza Valley Outlook’s coverage areas. […]

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