BREAKING: Promenade bomb threat was “only shoes,” says RCSO

BREAKING: Promenade bomb threat was “only shoes,” says RCSO

Deputy Albert Martinez with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department has given the all clear following a bomb threat that caused the Promenade Temecula to be evacuated and surrounding roadways to be shut down. The Riverside County Hazardous Device Team arrived at the Promenade and upon investigation of the suspicious package determined the shoebox contained a pair […]

New supervisor names priorities going forward

RIVERSIDE – Former Temecula City Councilman Charles “Chuck” Washington took his seat Tuesday, March 10 on the Riverside County Board of Supervisors, pledging to support programs and policies that create jobs, control spending and ensure public safety. “In performing my duties, I will draw on my experiences as a veteran, airline pilot, small business owner, investor and 15-year councilman,” Washington […]

BREAKING: Governor appoints Temecula City Councilman Chuck Washington to the Board of Supervisors

On March 4, California Governor Jerry Brown appointed Temecula City Councilman Chuck Washington to fill the Board of Supervisors seat left vacant when former Supervisor Jeff Stone was elected to the California Senate. Washington is expected to join take his seat as a member of the Board of Supervisors at Tuesday’s regularly scheduled meeting. Board Chairman Marion […]

Search for missing hiker set to resume

Search for missing hiker set to resume

WARNER SPRINGS – The search for a man who disappeared during a hiking trek in the East County wilderness east of Palomar Mountain is scheduled to resume about 7 a.m. today. Authorities have searched in vain for two days for 28-year-old Chris Sylvia, who was reported missing Tuesday after he failed to arrive as planned at his final destination […]

69th Annual Riverside County Fair and National Date Festival to return

The 69th Annual Riverside County Fair & National Date Festival will be held Feb. 13-22, 2015. Every year, throngs of thousands arrive to watch the annual camel races, plays, demolition derbies, concerts and of course to enjoy world famous date shakes and fair food. This old fashioned fair offers old fashioned competition for pies, jellies, […]

Riverside County Board of Supervisors have bare minimum to hold meeting

RIVERSIDE – The Board of Supervisors had the minimum number of members on hand to legally conduct a meeting today but was forced to end proceedings early when one supervisor left to tend to other affairs. Under state law, legislative bodies must have a quorum available to carry out government business, and in Riverside County, […]

Police: Man posing as cop sexually assaults woman – Incident highlights need to exercise caution and recommends actions for motorists to protect themselves from impostors

CORONA – Corona police asked today for the public’s help in identifying a man who impersonated a cop to commit a sexual assault. “It’s a tragic event,” Corona police Sgt. Kim Velasco told City News Service. “We’re trying to get more details. Anybody who might have information should contact us.” According to Velasco, investigators have […]