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Corona teacher suspected of molesting student

CORONA – A Corona elementary school teacher suspected of molesting one of his female students was arrested today, and police said they believe there may be additional victims. Shane Alan…

Proposed LEUSD boundaries unfair say Alberhill Ranch residents

Like any other parent, Daniel Clausen works hard to ensure his children receive the education they deserve, but a recently proposed change to school boundaries and a yet…

Local News

Rain, up to 18 inches of snow accumulation expected this weekend

A cold low pressure system dropping south through California will bring rain and snow from…

24-year-old killed in Temecula early morning wreck

24-year-old killed in Temecula early morning wreck

UPDATE: 3:30 p.m.: The man killed in Friday’s crash was identified as 24-year-old Temecula resident Sean…

After positive experience, Temecula family works to raise money to grant wish to another

After positive experience, Temecula family works to raise money to grant wish to another

A Temecula family who was granted a wish for their son by the Make-A-Wish Foundation…

Valley News and Truax Group present awards for world record event

Valley News and Truax Group present awards for world record event

TEMECULA - On Jan. 17, a group of 1,989 people gathered together at Storm Stadium…

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Sports

Boys HS Basketball: Eagles in CIF-SS Div 5A Championships for first time

Boys HS Basketball:  Eagles in CIF-SS Div 5A Championships for first time

Rancho Christian downs Capo Valley Christian 68-66 The CIF Southern Section Division 5A Semifinal game was on the line; there were 3.9 seconds left on the clock and…

Rancho Christian’s Preston Diehl signs with UC Davis

Rancho Christian’s Preston Diehl signs with UC Davis

Rancho Christian High School recognized student athlete, Preston Diehl, Wednesday morning, Feb. 4, as a part of National Signing Day, when high school athletes from around the nation made…

Little Leagues join forces in Temecula, opening day ceremonies set for this weekend

Little Leagues join forces in Temecula, opening day ceremonies set for this weekend

On Feb. 28 the American and National charters of Little League in the Temecula Valley will have Opening Day ceremonies at the Ronald Reagan Sports Park in Temecula…

Temecula Warriors 10U Hockey team wins gold

Temecula Warriors 10U Hockey team wins gold

In a tournament that was organized by the Western Inline Hockey Association (WIHA) and held earlier this month, the Temecula Warriors 10U Hockey team, which is a part…

Education

Temecula Middle School student wins TVUSD’s annual spelling bee contest

Temecula Middle School student wins TVUSD’s annual spelling bee contest

Ten Temecula Valley Unified School District middle school students participated in the district’s annual spelling bee on Wednesday, Jan. 28.…

Local student wins first place in VFW Patriot Pen Awards

Local student wins first place in VFW Patriot Pen Awards

The VFW held its annual Voice of Democracy/Patriot Pen Awards Weekend on Jan. 22-23 in Sacramento. Allison Ohara (center) won first…

Real Estate

2015 real estate market starts slowly

Those hoping for a jump-start to the valley’s moribund housing market were in for some disappointment in January. Not only were sales down 30 percent from December…

Business

Amatulli Auto Parts Inc. has served Perris area for over 32 years

Amatulli Auto Parts Inc. has served Perris area for over 32 years

Amatulli Auto Parts Inc. in Perris has served the western Riverside County area with top name brand parts and high quality service for nearly 33 years.…

Dining

Happy’s Café’s cool sno-balls and other menu offerings make customers smile

Happy’s Café’s cool sno-balls and other menu offerings make customers smile

Happy’s Café in Old Town Temecula is under the new ownership of Jay and Marissa Watkins. They’re longtime Temecula residents who have created an avalanche of…

Home & Garden

Compost is recycled ‘black gold’ for your garden and easy to make

Compost is recycled ‘black gold’ for your garden and easy to make

Hello, fellow gardeners! Although I’ve written about compost before, it’s important to readdress. So let’s talk about what it is, why you should use it and how…

Opinion

Changing for the better

Benjamin Franklin once said, “Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement and success have no meaning.”…

Military

National Charity League supports local military families

National Charity League supports local military families

TEMECULA - National Charity League, Inc., Temecula Valley Chapter is participating in its national organization’s initiative to support military personnel and their families. …

Motor Scene

Temecula Rod Run to take place March 6-7

This year’s Temecula Rod Run in Old Town Temecula will take place March 6-7.…

Health & Fitness

Young Cancer Survival Coalition offers support, hope

Young Cancer Survival Coalition offers support, hope

Stori Nagel has led an interesting life. The 40-year-old wife and mother of three is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and PinUps for…