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Despite having over 68,000 residents, Perris, California, still doesn't rank among the top 100 most populated cities in the state. The "Farmer Boys" restaurant chain originated in Perris in 1981. Other places of interest include the Perris Valley Airport and the Valley Plaza Doctors Hospital. The city's population has nearly doubled since 2000, when there were just 36,000 people living there.

Population: 68386
Local Newspapers: The Press Enterprise
Local Sports Teams: Perris Sports Teams
Local Colleges: Perris Major Colleges

Zip Codes associated with perris, california: 92570 92571 92572 92599
Towns/Cities near perris, california : Romoland Sun City Nuevo Woodcrest Moreno Valley Lake Elsinore Canyon Lake

Perris News
Dozens protest in support of "Flower Lady" in Perris

People gather outside the Perris SheriffA*s Station to protest a viral video clip showing a Riverside County SheriffA*s deputy taking down Juanita Mendez-Medrano of Fontana who was selling flowers outside Perris High School in Perris Saturday, July 20, 2017. FRANK BELLINO, THE PRESS-ENTERPRISE/SCNG About 40 people gathered outside the Riverside County Sheriff's station in Perris on Saturday, July 22, to protest a deputy who in a video is shown taking down a woman selling flowers outside the Perris High School graduation in June.

Residents say chupacabra stalks mountains of Riverside County

M.J. Bunt of Riverside, holds a chalk board drawing of a animal she observered a few months back near the Box Spring Mountains in Riverside, Thursday, July 20, 2017. Bunt's friend Cary Shuker has also spot this animal they believe is a chupacabra.

Dona t rush to judgment over video of flower sellera s arrest, Perris mayor urges

Perris Mayor Michael Vargas said it's crucial not to jump to conclusions when viewing a 43-second video clip of a Riverside County Sheriff"s deputy taking down a woman who was selling flowers outside the Perris High School graduation in June. "A lot of times judgment is passed based on a quick video or a quick statement," said Vargas, a retired police sergeant.

Officer Takedown of Woman Selling Flowers Stirs Controversy

Twitter user @kill_Lem_all captured video of an officer arresting a woman selling flowers without a permit in Perris on June 7, 2017. Video of a police officer arresting a woman who was selling flowers without a permit near a high school graduation last month has sparked controversy on social media.

CA: Rough arrest of a street vendor caught on camera

Video of a woman being arrested in California for selling flowers to people in cars stuck in traffic is causing controversy. The video of a Perris police officer arresting a woman selling flowers without a permit in June is getting spread around social media, and it has many people talking.

The fire is burning in an area with scattered large lot homes and horse ranches

A brush fire has erupted off Highway 74 and Ellis Avenue in Perris and charred 10 acres within the first hour, according to a Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department news release. The fire was reported along the roadside at 3:34 p.m. and there are large-lot horse properties in the area, according to the CHP log.

Val Verde students will get Chromebooks to take home

The move is the next step in the Perris-based district's One to One program, which seeks to get a laptop in the hands of each student. It serves parts of Perris, Moreno Valley and the Mead Valley area.

Video of Riverside Sheriffa s deputy taking down woman selling flowers shared widely on social media

A video showing a Riverside County Sheriff's Deputy taking down a woman selling flowers in Perris is being widely shared on social media. Riverside County Sheriff's officials are looking into a widely shared video clip that shows a deputy taking down a woman selling flowers on a sidewalk in Perris on June 6. The woman in the video is trying to get away from the deputy, who grabs her by the hair and takes her down.

Jet ski races churn up excitement in Lake Elsinore

Personal watercraft racing returned to Lake Elsinore over the weekend with the "Best of the West" series taking over La Laguna Resort Saturday and Sunday. An International Jet Sports Boating Association sanctioned event, the competition is described by organizers as motocross racing on water.

100-mph chase from San Jacinto to Perris ended in crash that injured 3

A 23-year-old man badly injured himself and two others Tuesday evening, June 11, when he crashed into a truck and two other vehicles during a high-speed chase that ran from the San Jacinto area to Perris, California Highway Patrol officials said. Duque had not been booked into jail by Wednesday, but the CHP will be asking the District Attorney's Office to charge him with reckless driving and failing to yield to an officer, Officer Darren Meyer said.

The man was stabbed and later died at a local hospital

An early Wednesday stabbing victim in Perris subsequently died of his injuries later in the day, July 5, at a local hospital, according to a Riverside County Sheriff's Department news release. Deputies were called to the 100 block of East Seventh Street in the city at about 3:57 a.m. where they found the victim, just east of South D Street.

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.

More riders hopping on board Metrolinka s Perris Valley line

Commuters wait to board the Perris Valley Line Metrolink commuter train at Perris-South Station in November. Ridership has increased after a slow start, officials say.

Trailer, spot of vegetation catch fire in Good Hope area

Fire damaged a trailer and burned a quarter-acre of vegetation in the Good Hope area Sunday, July 2, fire officials said. The fire was reported just after noon in the 25500 block of Spring Street, just off Highway 74 between Perris and Lake Elsinore, a Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department news release said.

The cost of becoming a citizen and language barriers are cited as factors

Samantha Yanez, 21 helps Jose Olmos with paperwork to become a U.S. citizen during a citizenship workshop at Todec Legal Center in Perris in 2016. File photo by Frank Bellino, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG As President Donald Trump ramps up deportation efforts, immigrant rights advocates are urging eligible immigrants to waste no time in becoming U.S. citizens.

Army recruiting centers get new leader, library gets new books

New San Marcos Recruiting Company commander Capt. Garren Montes, center, and outgoing commander, Capt.

The buzz about bees swarming in Riverside County

Ron Duncan, owner of Ron's Bee Removal, shows the underside cover from an in-ground utility box covered with a bee hive outside a residents home in Perris on Monday, June 26, 2017. Bees are interesting creatures.

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