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The city of Hemet is situated in the San Jacinto Valley, which is located in southern California in Riverside County. Hemet was founded in 1887 and incorporated in 1910. The town did not truly prosper until after the creation of Lake Hemet, which stimulated agriculture in the region. Hemet is proud to call itself the home of "The Ramona Pageant," the official outdoor play of California. The play was started in 1923, making it one of the longest running outdoor plays in the United States.

Population: 58812
Local Newspapers: Investor's Business Daily La Opinion LA Weekly Los Angeles Downtown News Los Angeles Independent Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings LA Sparks
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Zip Codes associated with hemet, california: 92543 92544 92545 92870
Towns/Cities near hemet, california : San Jacinto East Hemet Valle Vista Lakeview Homeland Winchester

Hemet News
Did Riverside County deputies cheat? A sheriffa s candidate wants answers

A candidate for Riverside County sheriff is calling for a civil grand jury probe after a report that at least 25 sheriff's employees cheated on a promotional exam. In a news release issued Thursday, Feb. 15, Dave Brown said the District Attorney's Office should review what effect any cheating might have had on criminal convictions in cases involving employees accused of cheating.

Hemet couple shoot home invader from Moreno Valley after he assaults them, police say

Dechawn Wallace, 27, of Moreno Valley was arrested on suspicion of home-invasion robbery, elder abuse and other charges after he was shot during a burglary in Hemet on Feb. 13, 2018. Two Hemet residents in their 70s fought back against a home-invasion robber, shooting him several times after he broke in and assaulted the couple, Hemet police said.

Community Pantry to celebrate new Hemet home

Valley Community Pantry Executive Director Jim Lineberger stands outside the charity's new home at Trinity Lutheran Church in Hemet. A reopening ceremony is set for March 10. The Valley Community Pantry, the San Jacinto Valley's food bank, plans a grand opening at its new location on March 10. The Pantry moved to Trinity Lutheran Church in Hemet from a storefront location a few miles away early this year.

Inland Empire gets its own Consumer Price Index, and the trend isna t pretty

ORG XMIT: GETAWAY24Csf A motorist keeps his hand on the pump as he fuels up the Dairy Queen gas station in Hemet, Calif., May 19, 2007. Story on the fluctuations in gas prices, which remain high, and how they are expected to affect folks planning to hit the road for the holiday weekend.

San Bernardino County supervisors halt decision on Oak Glen radio tower

The band of concerned citizens calling themselves Citizens for the Preservation of Rural Living sign-in people Tuesday, Feb. 13, at San Bernardino County Government Center who oppose Lazer Broadcasting's radio tower in Oak Glen, above Wildwood Canyon Park. Following a nearly 3-hour public hearing Tuesday, San Bernardino County supervisors suspended voting on an appeal by a citizens group that for a decade has attempted to block a broadcasting company's attempt to erect a radio antenna on an Oak Glen mountainside, above Wildwood Canyon Park in Yucaipa.

11 bald eagles seen Saturday in Southern California

The third bald eagle count of 2017-18 was very popular. More than 200 volunteers, twice the number of participants for the December count, helped the count on Saturday.

Newborn baby girl at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford is...

PALO ALTO, Calif., Feb. 12: Physicians at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford have performed open-heart surgery without a blood transfusion for the smallest infant ever to undergo such a procedure in North America. The surgery, on October 31, was done in a 10-day-old baby girl born in Hemet, California with a serious congenital heart defect.

Yucaipa, Oak Glen residents go another round with San Bernardino County over hillside antenna tower

A group of Oak Glen and Yucaipa residents calling themselves Citizens for Preservation of Rural Living are appealing yet another proposal for a radio tower, on a hillside above Wildwood Canyon Park. Oxnard-based Lazer Broadcasting Corporation, a Spanish broadcaster, is now proposing a 43-foot tall antenna, a 100-square-foot equipment shelter, parking space and security fencing on 38 acres near the intersection of Oak Glen and Wildwood Canyon roads, west of Pisgah Peak Road, in Oak Glen.

Hemet man struck, killed while walking along Highway 74

A 58-year-old man was struck and killed Sunday night as he walked along Highway 74 near 8th Street near Hemet, according to a California Highway Patrol statement. The unidentified man was walking south on 8th Street near Highway 74, just after 8 p.m. when he was hit by a gray, 2009 Nissan Frontier traveling west on Florida Avenue, the CHP statement said.

Marshall Hawkins to headline Black History Month concert in Hemet

Marshall Hawkins will headline the Fifth Annual Black History Month Concert on Sunday, Feb. 18 at the Diamond Valley Arts Center in Hemet. Marshall Hawkins and Seahawk MoJO will headline the Fifth Annual Black History Month Concert at 7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 18 at the Diamond Valley Arts Center in Hemet.

On the Road: Car been parked on your street for years? Herea s what to do

Q: Hemet resident Anne Kraft wrote to report that there are two cars parked in her neighborhood that have been there for more than two years. Both cars still have out-of-state license plates.

Why Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff doubts a cost-cutting consultant

Riverside County Sheriff's Corporal Rafael Victorio takes Kelvin Lampkin into custody for a parole violation during a call for trespassing at a strip mall in Hemet in this July 2017 file photo . A consulting firm getting more than $40 million from Riverside County to make county government more efficient used a misleading measure to claim it improved response times at the Sheriff's Hemet station, sheriff's officials said in a wide-ranging critique of the firm's efforts.

Hemet man must stand trial in death of girlfrienda s 4-year-old son

A Hemet man accused of killing his girlfriend's 4-year-old son must stand trial for assault on a child resulting in death. Derwin Keith Vining II, 28, was arrested in June following a Hemet police investigation into the death of Aamar Wade-Burleson.

Hemet man must stand trial in death of girlfriend's 4-year-old son

A Hemet man accused of killing his girlfriend's 4-year-old son must stand trial for assault on a child resulting in death. Derwin Keith Vining II, 28, was arrested in June following a Hemet police investigation into the death of Aamar Wade-Burleson.

Police seek leads in Hemet shooting, the victim is expected to survive

The shooting happened about 7:15 a.m. in the area of Acacia Avenue and Inez Street, Hemet Police Lt. Eddie Pust said.

Eight months of pursuing leads to 50 years of marriage for Hemet couple

Richard and Sharon Biber, of Hemet, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Jan. 27, 2018. Richard and Sharon Biber, 14-year residents of Hemet, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Jan. 27, with friends Phil and Ethel Rizzo, who are also celebrating 50 years of marriage.

Why it took more than a year for 20 defibrillators to be deployed in Riverside County

Hemet Fire Capt. Kurt Havlick holds an automated external defibrillator inside Hemet Fire Station Two in this 2016 file photo.

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