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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

Murrieta News
Interfaith Council hosts 'Night of Music'

The Interfaith Council of Murrieta and Temecula Valley will present its annual "Night of Music," 6:30 p.m., Sunday, April 29, at Grace Presbyterian Church, 31143 Nicolas Road, in Temecula and will feature groups and singers of various faiths from throughout the community. The evening is free to everyone and will be appealing to all ages.

Got medication languishing in the cabinet?

The Drug Enforcement Agency will be working with local law enforcement this weekend to collect unused prescription medications and prevent abuse. Local law enforcement agencies are encouraging the public to get rid of their unused and expired prescription medications, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, April 28, during Prescription Drug Take Back Day.

10-year-old songwriter releases "Dance with Me"

Ten-year-old Isabella Leon, a Compass Charter School Murrieta student, released her debut music single, "Dance with Me," in late February on iTunes and Spotify. Her song focuses on girl power and independence as she sings "I'm a girl in command" to the upbeat drums and accompanying backup singers.

Domestic violence suspect tries to elude deputies, is captured in Lake Elsinore store

A 37-year-old man allegedly violated a domestic violence restraining order in Lake Elsinore Tuesday and then tried to elude sheriff's deputies by hunkering down inside a store that was surrounded and searched, culminating in his arrest. Brian Chiaffino of Moreno Valley was booked into the Byrd Detention Center in Murrieta on suspicion of obstruction of a peace officer and other felony allegations after the standoff in the area of Central and Dexter avenues.

Murrieta Homeland Security Agent convicted of illegally aiding Mexican national's return to U.S.

A Homeland Security Investigations agent from Murrieta has been convicted in federal court of aiding a Mexican national with a criminal record to re-enter the United States, an action federal agents said was done at the bidding of the leader of a Southern California organized crime group. Felix Cisneros Jr., 44, faces a possible maximum of 20 years in federal prison after he was convicted by jurors Monday of conspiracy, acting as an agent for another person in a matter affecting the government, falsification of records in a federal investigation and making false statements.

Lights for lives

For Tim Evans, the light from hundreds of flickering candles on New Year's Eve celebrates lives ended too soon. Evans is founder of The Unforgettables Foundation, which helps pay burial costs for Inland Empire families who have lost a child.

On the Road: Herea s why police need to use their cell phones while driving

A Murrieta police officer cites a driver for using a cell phone in this April 2011 file photo. One reader wonders whether it's legal for cops to use their cell phones while driving.

Though most would vote to give themselves more money, are these pay boosts worth it for residents?

Now suppose you could vote to give yourself more money . Sounds pretty good, right? Sign me up for that job! You mean I have to be a politician to be able to vote myself more money? Hmm, let me get back to you on that.

Hank Bachmeier, nation's No. 5 pro-style QB, discusses strong Oregon State Beavers interest

In the Pac-12 Conference, a college football program's fortunes are often an elite quarterback away from being a bowl contender.' Few are more aware of that fact than former Oregon State quarterback and current head coach Jonathan Smith, who led the Beavers to a 2001 Fiesta Bowl victory against Notre Dame as the star signal-caller.

Murrieta Council appro...Tony Ault

Murrieta City Council upheld its approval of helping fund the effort to return a portion of Redevelopment Funds taken away by the state in 2011 and tabled a decision to join a regional Joint Powers Authority promising to provide cheaper electrical energy for residents and businesses in its April 3 meeting.

Violin virtuoso Midori to perform in Murrieta

World-renowned violinist Midori will perform at the Gershwin Performing Arts Center, 7:30 p.m., Saturday, April 21, at Murrieta Mesa High School in Murrieta. The recital is being presented by the California Chamber Orchestra, in partnership with Temecula Presents and Midori's Partners in Performance program.

Vista Murrieta High School Drama Department presents 'Macbeth'

The Vista Murrieta High School Drama Department is proud to present William Shakespeare's famous tragedy "Macbeth." The show will run for four performances, 7 p.m., April 25, 26, 27 and 28, and will be staged in Vista Murrieta's Black Box Theater, located in room P-152 at 28251 Clinton Keith Road, in Murrieta.

Commerce Bank Of Temecula Valley: A Safe Merger Bank Merger Arbitrage With 23% Annualized Return

Thesis : I believe the acquisition of Commerce Bank of Temecula Valley will close by June 2018. The only hurdle left is obtaining regulatory approvals.

More homeless counted on Riverside County's streets for second year in a row

Volunteers Brittany Cardoza and Jacob Nuchols, both deputies with the Riverside County Probation Department , interview a homeless man living in a creek bed near Limonite Avenue and Clay Street during an annual homeless count in Jurupa Valley on Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018. For the second year in a row, Riverside County officials have recorded a jump in the number of people living on the streets of the sprawling Inland county even though Southern California's economy is thriving.

Wildomar felon facing weapons, drug charges

Felony charges were filed Tuesday against a convicted felon accused of dealing drugs in Murrieta and being in possession of a semiautomatic rifle and other weapons. Matthew Patrick Fromer, 46, of Wildomar faces two counts each of possession of controlled substances for sale and being a felon in possession of a loaded firearm and one count of being in possession of a gun while selling a controlled substance, with a sentence-enhancing allegation of committing a crime while on bail.

Continue reading Correctional Captain Misha Graves Makes History a '

On Monday afternoon, Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff announced the appointment of Correctional Captain Misha Graves to the rank of Correctional Chief Deputy and in the process made her the first African-American female to serve in this role. Graves has 21 years of correctional experience.

Motorcyclist dies after crash in Murrieta while fleeing from CHP officer

A motorcyclist died Sunday after crashing head-on into a car in Murrieta while fleeing from a California Highway Patrol officer. The CHP officer tried to conduct a traffic stop on a 2011 Harley Davidson motorcycle at 5:25 p.m. on the north 15 Freeway when the rider was passing slower moving traffic on the right-hand shoulder just north of Winchester Road, according to a CHP news release.

MURRIETA: Motorcyclist crashes head-on with car trying to evade CHP, is killed

A 51-year-old Palm Desert man suffered fatal injuries Sunday, April 15, when he crashed head-on with a car in Murrieta as he tried to evade a pursuing CHP officer. According to California Highway Patrol Officer Mike Lassig, a CHP officer tried to do a traffic stop on the motorcyclist on northbound Interstate 15 north of Winchester Road because he had been passing slower moving vehicles on the right shoulder.

Mobile blood drive opportunity to be held at Calvary Murrieta High School

Calvary Murrieta High School will host a mobile blood drive in partnership with the San Diego Blood Bank, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Friday, April 20, in a high school room on the secondary campus at 24275 Monroe Ave. in Murrieta. About one in seven people entering a hospital need blood.

Ex-con faces charges for allegedly shooting a man and setting fire to his remains in Perris

An ex-con was charged on Thursday with shooting a man and setting fire to his remains in a car abandoned on the south end of Perris. Mario Salvador Aleja Renteria, 29, was arrested Monday within hours of allegedly killing the victim, whom coroner's officials have only been able to identify as "Pollo," and was being held in lieu of $1 million bail at the Byrd Detention Center in Murrieta.

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