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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

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For Warehouse Workers, Technology Starts to Look More Like Home

Smartphones, apps and even emojis are finding their way to logistics operations as companies look to lure workers raised on mobile tech A a new generation of workers enters the logistics workforce, companies are starting to design systems that look more like the technology that workers use in their everyday lives. PERRIS, Calif.-When Bert Hooper brings on new workers at TechStyle Fashion Group's 475,000 square-foot warehouse, he tells them, "If you know how to use a smartphone and you know how to use an app, you can do about any operation that we have in our facility."

After 30 years of talks, could Menifee schools finally add high school campuses?

Menifee Union School District trustees Bob O'Donnell, left, and Jerry Bowman look at displays of improvements that will be made to schools in the Perris Union High School District if voters pass an expected $148 million bond measure in November. Most children are educated through the Menifee Union School District in kindergarten through eighth grade before switching to the Perris Union High School District for ninth through 12th grades.

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.

Riverside County students plan walk outs, rallies for Columbine anniversary

Valley View High School students gather on March 14, 2018 for a rally against gun violence at the school's football stadium. This time around, few on-campus events are planned.

The U.S. Conference of Mayors, American Beverage Foundation will...

Perris will be recognized for its efforts to prevent diabetes, obesity and other illnesses through improved nutrition during its annual Health Fair Saturday, April 21 . Representatives of the U.S. Conference of Mayors and the American Beverage Foundation for a Healthy America will honor the city, which won a $100,000 award from the organizations to continue its initiative to create 30 community gardens that grow fruits, vegetables and herbs.

Two-story Perris home burns, 5 adults displaced

Firefighters responded to reports of a residential structure fire shortly after 6 p.m. in the 600 block of Nuevo Road, according to a CalFire news release. The first arriving engine company reported that fire was burning about 75 percent of the single-family residence.

City officials may ask voters to set the tax rates lower than those in nearby communities

Jean Dillard waits for customers at Green America in Perris, the first licensed medical marijuana dispensary in the Inland area in 2017. Moreno Valley officials may ask voters to OK a marijuana business tax that's lower than nearby cities.

Perris mother accused of driving drunk, injuring daughters in Homeland crash

A Perris mother is behind bars after California Highway Patrol officials said she was driving intoxicated and overturned her vehicle injuring her young daughters in Homeland. Floriceli Carol Sanchez-Reyes, 24, was booked into the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility late Sunday night after rolling her car on Highway 74 near Vincent Avenue, according to Riverside County sheriff's booking logs and CHP information.

Man faces 140 years in prison after conviction for molesting 2 kids in Chino, Perris

A Perris man faces 140 years in state prison when he is sentenced in June for the molestation of two children over an eight-year period in Chino and Perris. A jury convicted Alberto Ray Chavez, 29, of multiple felony counts Thursday in Rancho Cucamonga Superior Court, according to a news release from the San Bernardino County District Attorney's Office.

Deputies shoot man in Perris after he pointed gun at them, sheriff says

Riverside County sheriff's deputies on Friday night, April 13, shot a man who pointed a gun at them in Perris, the department said. Deputies initially went to the home in the 1100 block of Camino del Sol about 9:20 p.m. because of a report of a family disturbance and encountered a man holding a firearm.

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.

Perris, Redlands schools say social media threats against rallies not credible

A social media post threatening a shooting during a planned rally at Citrus Hill High School in Perris was deemed not credible Thursday, as was a non-specific picture that carried the same threat and caused concern at Redlands East Valley High School. The Val Verde Unified School District and officials at Redlands East Valley both said they planned to go ahead with their scheduled Friday campus rallies, but with extra security on hand.

Oxygen Media Presents Two Hour Special the Turpin 13: Family Secrets...

Oxygen Media , the destination for high quality crime programming, premieres a new two-hour special, "The Turpin 13: Family SECRETS Exposed" on Saturday, April 28 at 6pm ET/PT. Hosted and executive produced by Emmy and Peabody Award winning journalist Soledad O'Brien, the special will take viewers on a deep dive into the story surrounding the Turpin family and the parents, David and Louise, who have been charged with keeping their children shackled and starved within the four walls of their own Perris, California home.

Discovery of body in burned car leads to arrest of San Jacinto man

A San Jacinto man was arrested on suspicion of murder after firefighters found a body in a burned vehicle in Perris and Riverside County Sheriff's deputies connected that incident to an assault case in Lakeview, leading to the suspect, they reported Tuesday Mario Renteria, 28, was being held in lieu of $1 million bail at the Cois Byrd Detention Center in French Valley. Deputies from the Perris station were first called to the scene of a car fire where a body had been found by Cal Fire/Riverside firefighters after putting out the blaze shortly before 6 p.m. Monday, at Monument Parkway and Monolith Trail in Perris.

Reckless DUI driver at Orange Empire Railway Museum in Perris sentenced to one year in jail

A man who drove onto the grounds of the Orange Empire Railway Museum in Perris while under the influence of alcohol, injuring two people and sending terrified parents and children fleeing for safety, was sentenced Monday to a year in jail and five years probation.

California Lawmakers Consider How To Regulate Homeschools After Abuse Discovery

Neighbors write down messages for the Turpin children on the front door of the home of David and Louise Turpin in Perris, Calif. Police arrested the couple accused of holding their 13 children, ranging from 2 to 29, on Jan. 14, 2018.

Man killed in Perris; shooter sought

Riverside County sheriff's detectives are searching for the person who fatally shot a man Sunday evening, officials said Monday. Deputies were called to the 200 block of North Perris Boulevard just before 7 p.m. for a shooting, according to a press release.

Felons charged with robbing Perris store, shooting at guard

Two felons accused of robbing a Perris store and shooting at a security guard while making their getaway, then later attempting to evade sheriff's deputies, were both charged Wednesday with armed robbery and other offenses. Along with robbery, Esparza is charged with sentence-enhancing allegations of being a felon in possession of a firearm and committing a criminal offense within five years of parole from state prison, as well as probation violations, and Rangel is additionally charged with shooting at an occupied vehicle, assault with a firearm, evading arrest, being a felon in possession of a gun and parole violations.

Arts Council Menifee announces April 'Artist of the Month'

Richard Kettner, musician and teacher at Bell Mountain Middle School and Mt. San Jacinto College, is the April Artist of the Month as chosen by Arts Council Menifee.

Two dozen Inland schools among the statea s best

Alan Serrano plays the recorder in Beth Schwandt's fifth-grade music class at Lake Hills Elementary School in Riverside in September 2016. Lake Hills is one of 24 Inland elementary Schools named California Distinguished Schools.

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