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The Pechanga Indian Reservation is just south of the city of Temecula, which itself is located in the southern end of the state of California. It forms the southwestern anchor of an area known as the Inland Empire region. Camp Pendleton and Naval bases in San Diego are both close to Temecula. It is reportedly still the only city in California to retain its original Indian name. One of the popular translations of the name is, "The sun that shines through the mist. " Pharmaceuticals health care company Abbott Laboratories is considered the top employer in the city.

Population: 105029
Local Newspapers: Valley Business Journal
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers (NFL) San Diego Padres (MLB)
Local Colleges: Brandman University

Zip Codes associated with temecula, california: 92590 92591 92592
Towns/Cities near temecula, california : Rainbow Murrieta Fallbrook Wildomar

Temecula News
Hitting the road for Memorial Day? You wona t be lonely

Though gas prices are a little higher this Memorial Day than last year, a post-recession record number of travelers are expected to hit road this weekend. But Southern Californians will be out in force this holiday weekend, taking trips expected to set post-recession records, travel officials say.

High fashion makes its way to Temecula for Fashion Week 2017

Model Amelia Su-Lin at Temecula Fashion Week 2017 for designer Dorothy Lee, CEO President, Founder for Before the Transition, Inc. on Day One, Friday, May 19, of Temecula Fashion Week 2017 benefiting Inland Valley Business Community Foundation held at the Temecula Civic Center in Old Town Temecula. Meghan Taylor photo Model at Temecula Fashion Week 2017 for designer Dorothy Lee, CEO/President, Founder for Before the Transition, Inc. on Day One, Friday, May 19, of Temecula Fashion Week 2017 benefiting Inland Valley Business Community Foundation held at the Temecula Civic Center in Old Town Temecula.

The fire was reported along Highway 79 west of Vail Lake.

Firefighters stopped a brush fire near Temecula at 3 acres Wednesday afternoon, May 24, the Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department said.

From hot and sunny to cool with a chance of showers before the heat returns again.

Robert Hernandez, 6, and Levi Forgerson, 6, both from Murrieta cool off from the hot weather at the Eagle Soar Playground in Temecula Tuesday, May 23, 2017. A sweltering heat that had most of the Inland Empire baking on Tuesday is supposed to be replaced by milder conditions later in the week, but things won't necessarily stay that way through Memorial Day.

The fire was reported shortly after 8:30 a.m. in the 41800 block of Shorewood Court.

Nine people were displaced after a blaze broke out at a Temecula home early Monday, May 22, fire officials said. The fire was reported shortly after 8:30 a.m. in the 41800 block of Shorewood Court, according to a Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire news release.

Developer reviving Temecula water park project

The City Council on Tuesday, May 23, will be discussing in closed session the potential sale of land at the corner of Dendy Parkway and Diaz Road, a 32-acre parcel that has long been eyed as a potential site for a water park by city officials and developers, including the team that managed Wild Rivers in Orange County . "Right now we're probably only ready to discuss the possibility of another application for a water park," said Mayor Maryann Edwards on Monday.

4 new priests ordained for Diocese of San Bernardino in Chino Hills

CHINO hills >> Four new priests that will serve a large swath of the Inland Empire, from Temecula to Rancho Cucamonga, were ordained Saturday in Chino Hills, part of a sustained focus on filling a shortage of priests as the Catholic population of the region continues to rise . Fidel Rivero of Barstow, Alwyn Anfone of Texas, Juan Sandoval of Upland and Alex Rodarte of Rialto became priests as Bishop Gerald R. Barnes laid his hands upon their heads, a gesture then repeated by each of the already ordained priests in attendance.

Could area be adding a craft countrya to wine county fame?

Paul Caquanni of Orange County is here with his family, watching the beer he's drinking being made on a weekday afternoon in Temecula. "It's a cool idea, having it open like this," he says as workers in the foreground toil at one of the 14 micro-breweries that have emerged in Southwest Riverside County in the past decade.

IE cities coming to terms with marijuana

With increasingly liberalized public attitudes and laws regarding marijuana, Inland communities have had to confront the question of how to deal with it. While most Inland governments chose not to permit medical marijuana businesses authorized by Proposition 215, the passage of Proposition 64 and the legalization of recreational marijuana for personal use, cultivation, manufacturing and sale has forced the hand of Inland cities and counties more inclined toward prohibition.

Linfield Christian to present a oeFiddler on the Roofa

"Fiddler on the Roof," the tale of a Russian father who tries to maintain tradition despite outside cultural influences, is coming to Temecula. Linfield Christian High School will bring the production to life at 7 p.m. May 25, 26, 27 and 28, as well as 2:30 p.m. May 27 and 28 at the school's gym, 31950 Pauba Road.

Drug activity check in Temecula leads to 5 arrests

A check into possibly drug activity at a Temecula apartment Thursday night resulted in the arrest of five people for a variety of offenses including identity theft, official said. Riverside County sheriff's deputies arrested Frankie Kerley-Baird, 55, of Temecula, Randy Lozano, 40, of Temecula, Roxann Sanchez, 41, of Lake Elsinore, Marc Passamonte, 51 and Constance Valera, 49, both of San Pedro reportedly for a variety of drug-related offenses.

The suspect escaped with the merchandise but surveillance cameras captured photos of him.

Deputies seeking the public's help to identify this man suspected in the Tuesday, May 16, robbery of a business in Temecula. Riverside County Sheriff's deputies are seeking the public's help to identify a suspect who struggled with retail business employees who confronted him Tuesday, May 16, in Temecula after they spotted merchandise he had not paid for, according to a sheriff's news release.

Temecula school district looking to cut school nurse positions

Dozens of people showed up to the May 16 school board meeting in Temecula to protest a proposed reduction to the district's ranks of nurses. An organized protest by dozens of parents and supporters of school nurses forced the Temecula Valley Unified School District board to postpone action on a plan that would drop the number of licensed vocational nurses from 21 to 10. If the reduction plan is eventually approved, the district would employ nine registered nurses, or RNs, the vocational nurses, a Special Education nurse and a team of 27 health techs, or health clerks, according to Laura Boss, district spokeswoman.

a Ride of Silencea in Riverside, Temecula honor injured, killed cyclists

At least two Inland groups - one in Riverside and on in Southwest Riverside County - on Wednesday, May 17, plan to ride through their respective cities in complete silence to honor fellow cyclists who have been killed or injured by cars. The group isn't the only one participating in the "Ride of Silence" event.

Santa Barbara Golf Club on right path with new management group

A year under new management and several months of wet weather have brightened the forecast at Santa Barbara Golf Club. The municipal course in the destination city on the Central Coast has been under the green thumb of CourseCo since last July.

3 men arrested in connection with 9 Temecula restaurant burglaries

Deputies arrested three men early Saturday, May 13, in connection with nine burglaries reported at Temecula restaurants, according to sheriff's officials. Darrell Daniels, Tywane Shelmon and Christopher Wheeler were arrested in connection with multiple Temecula burglaries early Saturday, May 13, 2017.

Body of drowning victim recovered in eastern Oklahoma lake

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says the body of 24-year-old Casey Reilly of Temecula, California, was pulled from about 7 feet of water in Lake Eufaula on Monday morning.

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