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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
Luxury and Fun at the Expanded Pechanga Resort & Casino

The moment I walked into the sparkling lobby of Pechanga Resort and Casino in Temecula, I shifted gears and put myself in relaxation mode. I had escaped the daily grind and was ready for a day and night of luxurious dining, pampering and a little gambling.

Corona del Mar man crashes into tree, dies near Temecula

California Highway Patrol authorities are investigating a crash that killed a 68-year-old Corona del Mar man Tuesday in the community of De Luz near Temecula, officials said. The unidentified man was driving his 2007 Volkswagen south on De Luz Road near Via Vaquero Road around 11:45 p.m. Tuesday, according to a press release.

3 things to do in the Inland Empire this weekend, Jan. 19-22

Huey Lewis and The News and the Goo Goo Dolls will perform at the Career Builder Challenge in La Quinta. It's time for the weekend, so here's the latest edition of the Play List with ideas for what to do with friends, as a couple or with your family in the Inland Empire.

TWMXRS El Dorado Series | Glen Helen - Action from the first race of 2018

The first TWMXRS event of 2018 is in the books, as round one of the El Dorado series took place at iconic Glen Helen Raceway this past Sunday. With nearly a month since the last TWMX race, we were eager as ever to get the 2018 race season started.

Dine 909: Raise your mug and toast a pair of Inland Empire beer festivals on Saturday

In this 2015 file photo, school board member Dave Nemer, left, and Jim Elsasser, Claremont Unified School District superintendent, volunteer at the Brews & Bros Craft Beer Festival. The Brews & Bros festival is set for 1-5 p.m. rain or shine at Upland's Cable Airport, 1749 W. 13th St. Advance tickets to the family-friendly event, available online now, are $50 for general admission, which includes unlimited pours and a keepsake glass.

Winning a Water is Lifea artwork on display in Jurupa Valley, Eastvale

Imaginative messages of water conservation and stewardship will be on display in Eastvale and Jurupa Valley as part of the 2018 "Water is Life" Student Art Calendar and Exhibit Tour through Tuesday, Jan. 23. The tour features art from Metropolitan Water District of Southern California's Water is Life calendar contest, which includes the work of several Inland students. The Jurupa Community Services District, which is hosting the tour this week, received more than 400 poster submissions last year, four of which went on to the regional contest, one of which, a piece by Mariah Rosario from Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Eastvale, made it into the calendar.

Carl Love: 'Invaders' TV show episode stars the Temecula of our past

It's Temecula of about 50 years ago, though to the nation it was known as Kinney, a town in the science fiction TV show "The Invaders," which aired on ABC in the late 1960s. Much of the series' first show, called "Beachhead," was filmed in what was then the small town of Temecula.

Hear about discoveries that revolutionized geography

Geographer Joseph J. Kerski, author of "Interpreting Our World: 100 Discoveries That Revolutionized Geography," is the first speaker in the San Bernardino County Museum's 2018 Dome Talks series. His presentation is 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 18, at the museum, 2024 Orange Tree Lane, Redlands.

The new express route will bring morning and evening commute service between the two cities

A new express bus line from Temecula to Orange will soon be on the road, while other popular routes will be ramped up. The Riverside Transit Agency's new line, set to launch Monday, Jan. 29, is aimed at Temecula Valley residents who work in Orange County, agency spokesman Bradley Weaver said.

It happened Monday night in front of the station on Wolf Valley Road.

A Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire engine was involved in a traffic collision in front of a Temecula fire station Monday night, Jan. 15, according to a county fire news release. The collision was reported at 9:59 p.m. outside Fire Station 92 in the 32000 block of Wolf Valley Road, off Pechanga Parkway.

Courtyard Hotel Opens In Murrieta, CA

Courtyard by Marriott Temecula Murrieta is now open for business in Murrieta, California. Featuring an innovative lobby space as well as Courtyard's latest contemporary room design, the new hotel provides flexibility and choices that allow guests to optimize and elevate their travel experience.

Memphis girl marches with Martin Luther King Jr., becomes CEO and spreads tolerance

Martha Daniel will receive the Martin Luther King Drum Major Award this Sunday. The founder, president and CEO of Information Management Resources, Inc., a private contractor to defense department, is in her Aliso Viejo office.

Temecula driver killed in Fallbrook crash

A Temecula man was killed when his car crashed into a fence in Fallbrook, California Highway Patrol officers said Sunday. The man, 38, was driving west on Via Monserate near La Canada Road just before 7:30 p.m. Saturday when his car left the roadway for unknown reasons and careened into a fence.

IE Burglars Cut Through Barbershop Wall To Reach Valuable Loot Next Door

For a second time in six months, burglars broke into an Inland Empire barbershop, not for what was in the shop, itself, but for the valuable inventory next door. Medical marijuana dispensary THC Temecula is outfitted with a buzz-in security gate and cameras, which is likely why would-be thieves did not attempt to break into the store located at the 41800 block of Enterprise Circle Dr. South.

Offender in Temecula charged with threatening Murrieta officers along with drug and gun counts

A probationer, who allegedly threatened physical violence against Murrieta police officers investigating if he was dealing drugs from his home near a school, was charged Friday with making terrorist threats and other felonies. Evan Mason Brooks, 24, of Temecula was arrested Wednesday following a probation compliance check at his residence in the 46800 block of Peach Tree Street.

The roadwork will affect Temecula Parkway and freeway on-ramps

One westbound lane on Temecula Parkway, from Beford Court to the north 15 Freeway on-ramp, will be closed nightly beginning at 9 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 16, until 4 a.m. Friday, Jan. 19. The lane will also be closed from 10 p.m. Friday, Jan. 19, until 6 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 20. One eastbound lane on Temecula Parkway, from Old Town Front Street to the south 15 Freeway on-ramp, will be closed nightly beginning at 9 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 16, until 4 a.m. Friday, Jan. 19. The 15 south on-ramp will be closed during the same times.

For second time in 6 months, robbers break into Temecula barber shop...

Darla Liscombe, owner of The MenA's Room Barber Shop in Temecula, says burglars seeking to enter the business next door A- which she says is a marijuana dispensary A- entered through her shop. When Darla Liscombe, owner of The Men's Room Barber Shop in Temecula, received a call from her neighbor she wasn't ready to hear the news.

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