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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

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County to spray mosquitoes in Murrieta that can carry infectious diseases

Riverside County vector control technicians sprayed to kill mosquitoes that could carry the West Nile virus near Ivy Street and New Clay Street in Murrieta last year. Similar operations have been conducted this summer to prevent the spread of infectious diseases.

Murrieta Valley schools looking for new board member

Murrieta Valley Unified School District officials are looking for candidates to replace board member Barbara Muir, who is stepping down Sept. 1 due to health reasons.

COPAN Diagnostics Inc. Showcasing PhenoMATRIX Smart Algorithms at AACC in San Diego

MURRIETA, Calif., July 24, 2017 : After a successful launch at the American Society for Microbiology Microbe 2017, COPAN is showcasing PhenoMATRIX to a wider audience at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry Annual Meeting at the San Diego Convention Center from August 1 through August 3. Smart phones in every hand. Driverless cars roaming around Silicon Valley.

No a riverwalka but widening project will deliver safer creek in Old Town Temecula

Crews work on the Murrieta Creek widening project in Old Town Temecula Thursday, July 20, 2017. The project will deliver new trails and a safer creek but no "riverwalk."

Norco man a " quadriplegic, advocate, businessman a " embarks on latest career: author

Norco resident Nick Hambrick, a 66-year old quadriplegic man who has been a disability advocate, an area manager for a bank and a business owner, recently published his first crime drama novel. Inspiration for his latest career struck Nick Hambrick of Norco a couple of years ago while he lay in a hospital bed.

Murrieta chooses district election map despite protest

But Murrieta's mayor pro tem was outflanked this week by his colleagues on the council, who voted to approve a new election map that divides the city into five districts for future elections. The council, by a 3-1 vote with Ingram dissenting and Councilman Randon Lane absent, voted to select the "yellow" map, one of three choices presented by a contracted demographer.

Wildmomar felon pleads guilty to identity theft, stolen credit cards

A convicted felon who broke into vehicles to steal credit cards that he later used to make purchases in Temecula and Wildomar pleaded guilty today to burglary and identity theft. During a status hearing at the Southwest Justice Center in Murrieta, Foster admitted the felony charges as part of a plea agreement with the District Attorney's Office.

Beaumont may move concealed weapons application process in house

The Beaumont Police Department is suggesting moving the Carry Concealed Weapons permitting process in house to ease the burden on the Riverside County Sheriff's Department and to speed up the process. The Sheriff Department issues most CCW licenses in the county, which can push waits for new permits to almost two years.

Riverside County to spray for mosquitos in Murrieta on Thursday evening

The Riverside County Department of Environmental Health will be spraying for mosquitos between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. in Murrieta Thursday evening, July 13, and residents are encouraged to stay inside for the period. Workers will be using mosquito control product Zenivex over an approximately 36-acre area bordered by Jackson Avenue to the north and Monroe Avenue to the southwest, according to a department news release.

Riverside County rehab center owner going to jail for insurance fraud

The owner of a southwest Riverside County drug and alcohol rehabilitation center, who filed fraudulent medical insurance claims that netted her more than $231,000 in ill-gotten gains, pleaded guilty Wednesday, July 5 to insurance fraud and was immediately sentenced to about nine months in county jail. Brooke Elizabeth Best-Freeman, 34, the operator of Best New Life Recovery, was also sentenced to four years on probation and will be required to pay restitution to two insurance companies, Health Net and Cigna.

Lake Perris camper stabbed multiple times

A 26-year-old Temecula man is in custody on suspicion of attempted murder in connection with a knife attack Tuesday, July 4, inside the Lake Perris State Recreation Area. Park Superintendent John Rowe said the attacked occurred around 6:30 a.m. when two campers were returning to Lake Perris after grabbing breakfast.

Teenager Camryn Barker rediscovers herself

Camryn Barker poses for a photograph at the Fusion Academy in Huntington Beach on Friday June 2, 2017. Camryn Barker poses for a photograph at the Fusion Academy in Huntington Beach on Friday June 2, 2017.

Felon who led cops on wild chase in Murrieta sentenced

A parolee was sentenced Friday, June 30 to eight years in state prison for leading police on a high-speed, twisting chase through Murrieta that ended when a patrolman forced him off the road. Riverside County Superior Court Judge Steven Counelis imposed the sentence required by law on David Michael Brown, 26, of San Bernardino, who was convicted in February of eluding a peace officer and attempting to elude a peace officer.

More than $1.7 million in drugs seized in Murrieta, San Clemente stops

The U.S. Border Patrol arrested two drivers and seized more than $1.7 million worth of heroin and fentanyl in two separate vehicle stops in Murrieta and San Clemente, a spokesman announced Friday, June 30. The first discovery occurred about 1 p.m. Wednesday when agents stopped a 46-year-old man driving a 2014 Nissan Versa near the Border Patrol checkpoint on Interstate 5 near San Clemente, Supervisory Agent Mark Endicott said. An agency K-9 alerted on the sedan during the stop, and a search of the vehicle turned up two duffle bags in the trunk containing 14 bundles of heroin weighing about 40 pounds.

Three Acclaimed Schools Serving Spencer's Crossing in Murrieta Named 2017 Gold Ribbon Schools

Brookfield Residential's beautiful Spencer's Crossing community offers so much to come home to, including four inviting neighborhoods with stunning home designs, vibrant recreation all year-round, and a prime Murrieta location with access to top-rated schools brimming with accolades. Most recently, one Menifee school and two highly regarded Murrieta schools serving Spencer's Crossing's families, were named 2017 Gold Ribbon Schools - distinctions that reflect their visionary accomplishments and shine a spotlight on the prestige of both esteemed districts.

Murrieta celebrates 26 years with a Birthday Bash and fireworks

Murrieta will mark its 26th year as a city on Saturday with a Birthday Bash at the sprawling California Oaks Sports Park. During the festivities, get down with Pat Benatar tribute act Live From Earth at 5 p.m. followed by Lights, a tribute to the rock band Journey, at 7 p.m. The night culminates with a fireworks show.

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RESIDENT Tracey Clarke asks the GWNC to withdraw support from a proposed five-story building on Melrose Ave., bordering Larchmont Village. A group of Larchmont Village residents continues to campaign against a new 52-unit mixed-use development planned for the corner of Beachwood Dr. and Melrose Ave. that is working its way through the planning process.

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