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Murrieta has been one of the fastest growing cities in the state of California over the past decade. Their famous hot springs were once a major attraction for visitors in the early part of the 20th century. The city is named for two of its early inhabitants, brothers Esequial Murrieta and Juan Murrieta. The former purchased Mexican land grants, intending to raise sheep in the area, but instead, he returned to Spain and left the farm to his brother Juan. Murrieta Valley Unified School District happens to be the biggest employer in the city, with 1,900 employees in 2009.
Local Newspapers: Valley Business Journal
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers (NFL) San Diego Padres (MLB)
Local Colleges: National University Academy
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Towns/Cities near murrieta, california : Menifee Temecula
For the second time this week, Vista Murrieta High teen accused of threatening school
A 16-year-old Vista Murrieta High School student was arrested Wednesday after he made a threat against a school on social media hours before a Florida man opened fire on a high school, killing 17; the teen was the second student this week to make such a threat. "All threats towards our schools, students and staff are taken seriously by the police department, and when probable cause exists, criminal charges will be filed against offenders," the statement said.Vista Murrieta student arrested on suspicion of making criminal threats
A 14-year-old Vista Murrieta High School student has admitted to generating a threat of violence to an unnamed school posted on Snapchat but told officers he had no intention of following through with the threat, according to police. The student, who was not identified because of his age, was arrested Monday, Feb. 12, on suspicion of making criminal threats and booked into Juvenile Hall, according to a Murrieta Police Department news release.Redlands begins annual Lincoln celebration with pilgrimage, Lincoln Shrine open house
Participants of the Lincoln Pilgrimage hosted by the Boy Scouts of America walk the parade route during The Lincoln ShrineA's annual Open House celebrations in Redlands, Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018. Lincoln season - as it's called in Redlands - kicked off Saturday, Feb. 10, with the annual Lincoln Pilgrimage hosted by the Grayback District of California Inland Empire Council, Boy Scouts of America - and the Lincoln Memorial Shrine Open House .Man killed while crossing freeway ramp identified as Murrieta resident
The man who was struck and killed while crossing a 215 Freeway off-ramp on Jan. 30 has been identified as Eddie Burt, 60, of Murrieta, according to a Riverside County Sheriff/Coroner's news release. Burt was injured at 5:18 a.m. and pronounced dead at the scene at 5:39 a.m., according to the coroner's report.Murrieta man sent to prison for 2017 arson fire
A convicted felon who ignited a fire that scorched a field in Murrieta last year pleaded guilty Thursday to arson and was immediately sentenced to a two-year prison term. Matthew Thomas Hulbert, 34, of Murrieta was arrested about an hour after setting the May 22 blaze near the intersection of Hayes Avenue and Kalmia Street, according to Murrieta Police Lt.Death in rehab generates $7 million award
Shaun Reyna was delusional, despondent and desperate to get clean when he slit his neck and arms with a razor at a state-licensed detox center in Riverside County in 2013. For some two hours, Reyna bled out in his room at A Better Tomorrow's treatment center in Murrieta.DB Elisha Guidry signs with UCLA football
Vista Murrieta's Elisha Guidry is one of the area's best defensive backs. Info: The son of former UCLA defensive back Javelin Guidry and the younger brother of current Utah DB Javelin K. Guidry, Elisha Guidry had 67 tackles as a senior at Vista Murrieta High with an 11.11-second personal record in the 100-meter dash.Murrieta man who tossed bank robbery cash onto freeway is sentenced to 7 years
An ex-con who robbed a bank just east of Lake Elsinore and then threw wads of cash onto the 15 Freeway as he led sheriff's deputies on a chase that ended in a wreck was sentenced Monday, Feb. 5 to seven years in state prison. Thomas Jerome Burke, 25, of Murrieta pleaded guilty last week to robbery, and the Riverside County District Attorney's Office dropped a charge of felony evading.Woman suspected of stealing gold bars, cash in Lake Elsinore after owner attempts suicide
A Santa Clarita woman suspected of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash and precious metals from a Lake Elsinore homeowner was being held today in lieu of $399,000 bail. Yelena Alexandrovna Kellum, 42, was arrested and booked into the Byrd Detention Center in Murrieta on Saturday on suspicion of grand theft.Santa Clarita woman suspected of stealing gold bars, cash in Lake...
A Santa Clarita woman suspected of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash and precious metals from a Lake Elsinore homeowner was being held today in lieu of $399,000 bail. Yelena Alexandrovna Kellum, 42, was arrested and booked into the Byrd Detention Center in Murrieta on Saturday on suspicion of grand theft.Virtuoso Earns A Grand Prix Victory At Adequan West Coast Dressage Festival
Colsant runs the small private Pas De Deux Farm in Murrieta, California, where she teaches several lower level students, and trains with Kathleen Raine. She bought the 16-year-old U.S.-bred Dutch Warmblood gelding from his breeders Mark and Kim Carter.Melendez bill to protect Legislature workers who report sexual harassment moves forward
Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez, R-Lake Elsinore, speaks during the Riverside County Republican Party meeting in August 2017 at The Mission Inn Hotel & Spa in Riverside. A bill that would protect state Legislature employees who report sexual harassment is one step closer to landing on the desk of Gov. Jerry Brown.Murrieta woman a " 17, high and drunk at time of fatal crash a " sentenced to 4 years
A Murrieta woman was sentenced to four years in prison nearly one year after she slammed into Leah Jean-Larcher Reay, 26, killing the Wildomar woman. A Murrieta woman - who at age 17 and while driving drunk and high on cocaine slammed into a 26-year-old woman, killing the woman on impact - was sentenced to four years in prison after she pleaded guilty to felony vehicular manslaughter with gross negligence, Murrieta police said.Murrieta mom designs own line of tween undergarments
Her daughter's complaint about the way her panty line showed through her clothing drew Aida Yodites to her sketchpad to design a new line of undergarments for tween girls. "It hit me like a ton of bricks that my 10-year-old daughter was becoming self-conscious about growing up," Yodites said.Speeding, DUI blamed in Temecula-area rollover crash that killed 1, CHP says
A DUI suspect whose vehicle flipped in a Temecula-area crash - killing his passenger - was speeding prior to the incident, the California Highway Patrol says. Justyn Cabunoc, 23, of Murrieta was driving westbound on Camino Estribo at an unsafe speed about 6:53 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 28, when he failed to navigate a curve and his vehicle rolled into a dirt ravine, according to a CHP news release.Man killed trying to cross 215 Freeway off-ramp in Murrieta on foot
A 60-year-old man who tried to cross an off-ramp along the 215 Freeway in Murrieta on foot was struck and killed Tuesday morning, the California Highway Patrol says. About 5:20 a.m. Tuesday, the Murrieta man had pulled off the northbound lanes of the 215 Freeway at the Los Alamos Road off-ramp, and parked his 2012 Toyota Camry on the left shoulder, where it became disabled, according to a CHP news release.Former officer alleges corruption, abuse in Hemet Police Department
A San Diego police officer who spent one month working for the Hemet Police Department has filed a state complaint against the city, alleging that officers abused their power. Among the allegations by Murrieta resident Anthony Kitchen are that an officer destroyed evidence, another abused a prisoner and that slurs were used based on race, sexual orientation, gender and physical/mental disabilities.
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