Riverside County residents turned out Saturday to remember Sultan, the San Jacinto police dog who died in the line of duty earlier this week.
A vigil for Sultan is planned for Saturday in Hemet.
Days after the Lowery family were reunited with their dog, a pit bull they say was stolen from their San Jacinto yard and dyed black, they found “Coco” missing again Sunday.
A passenger on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle was killed and the driver seriously injured when the bike slammed into the back of a car early Saturday in San Jacinto.
One dog has a hair-raising tale of theft, concealed identity, a brazen escape and a lucky reunion with its owner.
Just a week after rain and mud threatened homes in San Jacinto, residents in an apartment complex have been ordered to evacuate Thursday as a powerful Pacific storm approaches.
Cleanup work continued Friday in Hemet and nearby San Jacinto where homes were nearly wiped out by mud and giant boulders.
The rain forced several rescues overnight Thursday due to mudslides and flash floods in Riverside County.
A boy suffered serious head injuries when he was struck by a hit-and-run driver while crossing the street in Riverside County, police said Thursday.
Gang sweeps and additional patrols in Hemet and San Jacinto resulted in 22 arrests this week, according to a law enforcement task force.
Also, a banner that read “Prayer Changes Things” has been removed from the teacher’s classroom.
A 54-year-old San Jacinto man was arrested on suspicion of stealing campaign signs, Riverside County Sheriff’s officials said Wednesday.
Joseph Mario Rodriguez, 18, is accused of crashing his car into two parked cars on northbound Santa Fe Avenue and Tenth Street at approximately 6:15 a.m.
Two people were arrested Saturday after authorities raided a home they said was the location of an illegal concentrated cannabis or “honey oil” lab.
The Hemet City Council met Tuesday night to discuss whether it should keep its own fire department, or if it should disband the department in favor of county services.