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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.

Population: 100173
Local Newspapers: Valley Business Journal
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers (NFL) San Diego Padres (MLB)
Local Colleges: National University Academy

Zip Codes associated with murrieta, california: 92562 92563
Towns/Cities near murrieta, california : Menifee Temecula

Murrieta News
San Diego Navy sailor and live in girlfriend accused of torturing 5 year-old boy

A San Diego Navy sailor and his live in girlfriend have been accused of child abuse and torture of a five-year-old boy. Murrieta Fire and Rescue responded to call of a young boy in distress, and on arrival, MPD and MFR located the five year old boy with severe injuries.

Woman killed in two-vehicle Murrieta crash is identified

The 52-year-old woman who died following a two-vehicle crash in Murrieta on Thursday, Aug. 10, has been identified, police said. Montes died at Loma Linda University Medical Center following the 8:49 a.m. crash at Hancock Avenue and Las Brisas Road North that left a BMW SUV tumbled onto its right side, according to a Murrieta police news release.

Want sunglasses to protect your eyes during the eclipse? Good luck

A strong run on eclipse-level sunglasses, coupled with an Amazon recall of some less-than-eclipse-level shades, has made legitimate eye protection difficult to come by in advance of the first total eclipse to hit the United States in 38 years. "We can't keep up with the demand," said Mike Fowler, owner of Orange County Telescope, a Santa Ana store that sells astronomy equipment.

Murrieta police arrest two after discovering stolen mail, forged checks

Michelle Hernandez, 38, was one of two people arrested after Murrieta PD stopped the vehicle he was in and found items such as stolen mail, forged checks and burglary tools. Dennis Carbajal, 38, was one of two people arrested after Murrieta PD stopped the vehicle he was in and found items such as stolen mail, forged checks and burglary tools.

California Division of Workers' Comp Suspends 5 Medical Providers for Fraud

California's Division of Workers' Compensation has suspended five more medical providers from participating in the state's workers' comp system, bringing the total number of suspended providers to 32. Leovigildo Sayat, a physical therapist in Lompoc who in October 2015 pled guilty in U.S. District Court for the Central District of California as a co-conspirator in a $15 million scheme to defraud Medicare by billing for physical therapy services never provided.

Facility is being pursued by San Marcos-based Granite Development

Certified nursing assistant Jacque Mora spends time joking around with Gladys Jackson, 87, after getting Jackson ready for bed on the skilled nursing floor at the Plymouth Tower in Riverside. San Marcos-based Granite Development is looking to build a 59-bed skilled nursing facility in Murrieta's health-tech corridor.

Can both sides of the immigration debate unite for civil dialogue?

Mary Ferris, left, who runs a Temecula ministry, is against immigration, as she dicusses it with Mary Estrada, who is for immigration, at the U.S. Border Patrol Murrieta Station on Monday, July 7, 2014. One woman doesn't understand why some people think she's a racist just because she supports increased immigration enforcement.

52-year-old woman killed in Murrieta rear-end crash

The rear-end crash was reported about 8:49 a.m. on Hancock Avenue and Las Brisas Road, said Murrieta police Lt. John Flavin.

Read to dogs? Apparently, they make good listeners at the Murrieta Library

Elliott Reeves, 2, listens along with Lucy as his mom Inga reads to them during "Dog Tales" at the Murrieta Library. At his age, it doesn't matter that Elliott Reeves, 2, can't read.

Two leaks in one week for Rancho Watera s aging pipe system

In the last week, the Rancho California Water District has suffered two pipe breaks that have unleashed more than 1 million gallons of water, a deluge large enough to supply more than seven families for a year. District officials say the two leaks aren't connected but the district's system is "beginning to age," which provides the right conditions for "small leaks."

Stan Smith, leader in Wildomara s incorporation effort, dies

When folks wanted to know something about Wildomar and the story behind it, they often turned to Stanley Bruce Smith. A longtime community activist and a city planning commissioner for the last six years, Smith died Wednesday, Aug. 8, at son Kevin Smith's house in Murrieta after a bout with cancer.

The 10 best breweries for craft beer in the Inland Empire

Inland Wharf is the newest craft beer brewery in Murrieta Thursday, August 10, 2017. FRANK BELLINO, THE PRESS-ENTERPRISE/SCNG The Inland Empire has blossomed with breweries in the last 10 years or so, but which ones are the best? Really, that's up to you to discover.

Irish hiker missing on Pacific Crest Trail in California

This undated Missing Person poster, distributed by the Murrieta, Calif., Police Department, shows photos and information about missing Irish hiker David O'Sullivan as they seek the public's help in locating him. Authorities are searching for O'Sullivan, who planned to hike the Pacific Crest Trail from Southern California to Canada.

Wildomar townhome project wins approval despite objections

A plan to build 163 townhomes in Wildomar along its southern border with Murrieta now has a clear path toward development after the City Council backed the project this week. Just when shovels will hit the ground on Camelia Townhomes is anybody's guess, given that most land-use projects in the city encounter legal challenges from a small but dedicated contingent of dissidents.

Murrieta residents take quest for a Dave and Bustera s into their own hands

Melissa Turcios and Miguel Rodriguez enjoy themselves at Dave's Arcade in the Dave & Buster's Restaurant, bar and arcade in Los Angeles. Dozens of Murrieta residents have signed a petition in a bid to get Dave & Buster's, a Dallas-based restaurant chain that allows patrons to play video games while sipping craft beer, to open a new location in their town.

Possible water main break floods Temecula street

A section of Jefferson Avenue in Temecula is under water, apparently due to a water line break on Tuesday, Aug. 8. CalFire/Riverside County Fire Department posted an activity log note that there was flooding at the intersection at 6:02 p.m. Looks like a water main break on Jefferson Avenue in to Temecula in between Winchester Road and Cherry Street pic.twitter.com/N69FzWTyJj Murrieta officials are assisting directing traffic but referred inquiries to Rancho California Water District or the city of Temecula.

Fate of Wildomar townhome project now in councila s hands

Wildomar land-use issues typically attract opposition, but a plan to build 163 townhomes on the southern border with Murrieta has become one of the most controversial in the city's nine-year history. City Council members are scheduled Wednesday to hold a public hearing on the proposed Camelia Townhomes, which would be built on 26 vacant acres along the southernmost stretch of Palomar Street.

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