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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.
Local Newspapers: Valley Business Journal
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers (NFL) San Diego Padres (MLB)
Local Colleges: National University Academy
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Towns/Cities near murrieta, california : Menifee Temecula
In Perris torture case, courtroom hears the 911 call of a Turpin kid's cry for help
Louise Turpin, left, with her attorney Jeff Moore, and husband, David Turpin, center, with his attorney Allison Webb appear in Superior Court in Riverside County, Calif. on Wednesday, June 20, 2018 for a preliminary hearing on charges that include torture and child abuse.REGION: Debate on over paramedic, firefightersa services
AMR Paramedic Eddie Tiet and Murrieta firefighter paramedic Ryan Roufs from Murrieta Fire Station #2, share in a laugh in-between calls in Murrieta Ca. April.19, 2012.Salaries on the rise for city employees, watchdog data shows
Salaries for the region's city employees have ticked up over the last few years, according to data from government watchdog Transparent California. But the numbers can be misleading - since cities in the Temecula Valley vary significantly by population, the Valley News has broken down public employees' pay by dollars per city resident.Murrieta Couple Who Abused 5-Year-Old Boy Until He Was Comatose Sentenced
White House: Trump Supports 'Moderate' GOP Immigration Bill The compromise bill would mandate that children with families seized entering the U.S. be kept together for as long as they are in the custody of the Homeland Security Department. MURRIETA - Authorities said a couple who abused a 5-year-old boy so severely he has to learn to walk and talk again, were sentenced Friday.Chris Fillmore Tests KTM's New 790 Duke For The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb
Chris Fillmore and his 790 Duke at the start line at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb course. Photo courtesy of KTM North America.Murrieta couple sentenced for severely abusing mana s 5-year-old son
A former serviceman from Murrieta and his girlfriend both pleaded guilty and were immediately sentenced Friday for severely abusing the veteran's 5-year-old son , leaving the child with lifelong injuries. Benjamin Matthew Whitten, 34, and Jeryn Christine Johnson, 26, were arrested in August following an investigation by Murrieta police.Opportunities offered by cities include yoga, tennis and self-defense classes
Rotary Club of Murrieta has given teachers in the Murrieta Valley Unified School District more than $5,000 in grants for special equipment and materials for use in their classrooms. The club has also awarded $3,000 for the district's Read 180 program.Valley Resource Center offers outreach to community
A crowd gathers for a ribbon cutting in celebration of the Murrieta Innovation Center's new office on May 17. Valley Resource Center hosted a ribbon cutting at the Murrieta Innovation Center, May 17, to celebrate their new office and fundraise for upcoming projects. The ceremony provided free food and drinks from Which Which Sandwiches, Archibald's Drive-Thru and Cynful Sweets.Family, Murrieta schools settle suit over 13-year-old boy's death after campus pool party
Alex Pierce, 13, died in July 2016 nearly a month after he had been placed on life support after a near-drowning incident at a pool party at Vista Murrieta High School. The family of a 13-year-old Murrieta boy who died in 2016 a month after being found underwater for two minutes at a school pool party has settled a civil lawsuit against the Murrieta Valley Unified School District, court records show.Murrieta man, 22, accused of killing his father
Police arrested a 22-year-old Murrieta man accused of beating and stabbing his father to death over the weekend, Murrieta police said on Monday. Just before 3 p.m. Saturday, June 9, officers were called to a home in the 39000 block of Sunrose Drive regarding after a man in his 50s who was found with significant injuries and pronounced dead at the scene.Murrieta Wildomar Chamber honored with President's Circle Award
Daneen Ashworth, center, of Compass HR and ambassador chair of the Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce accepts the California Chamber of Commerce President's Circle Award on behalf of the chamber, May 23, in Sacramento. MURRIETA - The Murrieta/Wildomar Chamber of Commerce is among a select group of local chambers of commerce that recently received the California Chamber of Commerce President's Circle Award.Father's Day Car Show returns for 48th year in Murrieta
Back for the 48th year in a row, Murrieta is hosting their annual Father's Day Car Show, 4 p.m. Saturday, June 16, at California Oaks Sports Park, 40600 California Oaks Road, in Murrieta. All ages of the community are welcome to attend.The 14th annual Temecula Wine & Music Festival held at Hawk Ranch
Michael Paulo and his dad, Rene, perform at the 14th annual Temecula Wine & Music Festival at Hawk Ranch Sunday, May 27. MURRIETA - The 14th annual Temecula Wine & Music Festival was held Sunday, May 27, at the Hawk Ranch in Murrieta. The festival specializes in a mix of pop, jazz and R&B artists and proceeds from the event went to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Southwest County.Barstow felon accused of attempting to haul away ATM in Murrieta arraigned
A convicted felon accused of trying to steal an ATM from a Murrieta store, along with a teen-aged boy, pleaded not guilty Friday to burglary and other felonies. Jalale Jamone Love, 44, of Barstow and the 17-year-old boy, whose identity was not released, were arrested in February following the alleged break-in at CVS Pharmacy in the 23700 block of Jackson Avenue.UCLA Sophomore Jeremy Ydens and Two Recruits Selected in 2018 MLB Draft
The Arizona Diamondbacks selected current Bruin sophomore, who turns 21 at the end of July, in the 33rd round with the 999th pick overall. Ydens was eligible this year, despite being just a sophomore because he will turn 21 before going back to school in the fall.Who will be Riverside County's district attorney?
Riverside County District Attorney Mike Hestrin's first re-election bid rests in the hands of voters today, who will choose between the incumbent and a Temecula appellate attorney running on a platform of social justice. Hestrin and Lara Gressley are the only candidates on the ballot.PE to celebrate HSGametime Athletes and Coaches of the Year for 2018
Riverside and San Bernardino County high school athletes competed in their final events on Saturday. On Tuesday night, the Press Enterprise will honor the best among them at the 2018 Press-Enterprise HSGameTime Athlete & Coach of the Year Awards.Melendez receives stellar rating from Southwest California Legislative Council
Southwest California Legislative Council recently released its annual scorecard for the first year of the 2017-2018 legislative session. The scorecard measures a lawmaker's record on backing legislation to support private and fiscal enterprise, as well as to improve California's overall business climate.Santa Rosa Plateau Summer Concert series announced
Plateau Vineyards in conjunction with the Santa Rosa Plateau Nature Education Foundation announced the "Live at the Plateau 2018 Summer Concert" series with the Bruce Springsteen Experience kicking it off Saturday, July 7. The series of six outdoor concerts held each Saturday from July 7 through Aug. 11, behind the Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve Visitors Center at 39400 Clinton Keith Road, presents top tribute bands that bring the signature sounds of the most popular music artists of our time. The concerts follow the weekly Santa Rosa Plateau Art Exhibitions that depict paint and photo outdoor scenes at the 8,000-acre nature reserve in the plateau above Murrieta and Wildomar.
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