A Murrieta man suspected of having a sexual fixation with socks was out on bail Tuesday, authorities said.
Vista Murrieta High School may have its second case of tuberculosis in less than six months.
The toddler was rushed to nearby Inland Valley Medical Center, where he received 50 stitches for tears to his head, jaw, neck and around his right eye.
A birthday party at a Temecula restaurant turned into a bloody affair when a woman allegedly stabbed one of the attendees.
An off-duty Riverside County sheriff’s deputy was sentenced Thursday to 40 years to life in prison for the shooting death of an unarmed man during a dispute at a Murrieta bar.
A 23-year-old high school basketball coach Thursday was facing criminal charges after she allegedly had a sexual relationship with a student.
Although he would never emerge from the persistent vegetative state caused by a car crash, Mikey Cortez’s family was not only there for him but also gave him a full life.
A man suspected of being intoxicated was injured Friday when he ran into traffic while fleeing police.
The owner of a dog that mauled a 3-year-old child at a home improvement store Saturday has been arrested after investigators learned of two additional incidents when the animal attacked small children, police said.
A 3-year-old Murrieta boy was expected to recover Monday after he was allegedly bitten by an Akita dog in a local home improvement store.
It’s that time of the year again when Christmas decorations adorn houses for blocks in communities throughout the Southland.
A former Mormon church official was sentenced to three years in prison Wednesday for sexually assaulting two teenage girls.
Parents with children at Vista Murrieta High School are buzzing about the student who tested positive for the lung and throat infection, known to spread through the air.
A lawsuit has been filed to overturn the city of Murrieta’s decision to ban medical marijuana dispensaries as well as pot delivery services.
Sixteen malnourished horses that were rescued from a boarding facility in Murrieta two years ago are now able to be adopted.