Temecula, CA
The City That Shines Through The Mist
Area Code: 951 - Zip Code: 92592

Mobile  |   Map  |   Weather  |  Traffic  |  Home 



Happy Holidays!

  PLAY         HOTELS         GOLF         JOBS         MOVIES         RESTAURANTS         SHOPPING         DIRECTORY         NEWS         REAL ESTATE

Local  |  Sports  |  Community  |  Entertainment  |  Economy  |  Politics  |  More News


Lawsuit extends fascination with Kent State deaths 46 years on
The Ohio National Guard fires tear gas to disperse the crowd of students gathered on the commons at Kent State University to protest the war in VietnamA federal lawsuit filed on Wednesday revives lingering questions about the bloodshed at Kent State University, a traumatic event in U.S. history that still holds sway over many who lived through it 46 years ago. The lawsuit, filed by Buffalo attorney Michael Kuzma, asks the Federal Bureau of Investigation to release all records about a mysterious figure in the events of May 4, 1970, when Ohio National Guard troops shot dead four unarmed people and wounded nine others during a campus protest against the Vietnam War. The deaths inflamed emotions in a country already polarized over the war and left an image seared in the national memory: John Paul Filo's Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph of Mary Ann Vecchio grieving over the body of victim Jeffrey Miller.

Tesla accelerates to hit target of making 500,000 cars
Tesla Model S cars at a showroom in ShanghaiTesla on Wednesday said it was speeding the timeline for building half a million cars as it steps up production to meet growing demand for its electic vehicles. "Increasing production five fold over the next two years will be challenging and will likely require some additional capital, but this is our goal and we will be working hard to achieve it," Tesla founder and chief executive Elon Musk said in a letter released with a quarterly earnings report. Tesla received more than 325,000 orders for its Model 3 during the first week it began taking deposits, despite never paying for advertising or endorsements, according to the company.

Slain Navy SEAL was part of US rescue squad
Special Warfare Operator 1st Class Charles Keating IV, 31, of San DiegoA Navy SEAL who was killed by Islamic State fighters died while helping rescue a team of American troops from an unexpected firefight with the jihadists, an official said Wednesday. Charles Keating IV became the third US troop to be killed in the US-led coalition campaign against the IS group when he was struck by a bullet during a pitched battle on Tuesday. Keating, 31, from Arizona, was part of a "quick reaction force" comprised of special operations troops on a mission to support US military advisers working with local peshmerga forces, Baghdad-based US military spokesman Colonel Steve Warren said.

Slain Navy SEAL took lessons from running track into combat
In this photo provided by the U.S. Navy, Special Warfare Operator 1st Class Charles Keating IV, 31, of San Diego. Navy SEAL Keating was shot and killed Tuesday, May 3, 2016, in Iraq during a gunbattle that involved more than 100 Islamic State fighters. (U.S. Navy via AP)PHOENIX (AP) — In cross-country running, your team is only as fast as your slowest athlete. Slain Navy SEAL Charlie Keating IV took that to heart in his youth as a track star, turning around to cheer on his teammates after he crossed the finish line.

Yankees place Alex Rodriguez on DL with hamstring injury
New York Yankees' Alex Rodriguez walks back to the dugout after he struck out during the third inning of a baseball game against the Baltimore Orioles, Tuesday, May 3, 2016, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)BALTIMORE (AP) — Alex Rodriguez won't be around in the next two weeks to help the New York Yankees attempt to get out of last place in the AL East.

Panel: Painkiller training should be required for physicians
Panel: Painkiller training should be required for physiciansWASHINGTON (AP) — Doctors who prescribe painkillers should be required to undergo training aimed at reducing misuse and abuse of the medications, federal health experts say, though they acknowledge the challenge of putting such a mandate in place.

Nyquist draws No. 13 post as early 3-1 Kentucky Derby fav
Twenty horses are set to start in the 142nd Kentucky Derby on Saturday, May 7, 2016. The post position draw was conducted at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky., Wednesday, May 4, 2016. (AP Photo/Garry Jones)LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Doug O'Neill was all smiles after early 3-1 favorite Nyquist drew the No. 13 post for the 142nd Kentucky Derby.

Affidavit reveals details of Navajo girl's kidnapping death
This photo provided by San Juan County, N.M. Detention Center shows Tom Begaye of Waterflow, N.M. Begaye was arrested in connection with 11-year-old Ashlynne Mike's disappearance and death. The FBI said Mike, was abducted after school on Monday, May 2, 2016 and her body was found the next day. (San Juan County, N.M. Detention Center via AP)SHIPROCK, N.M. (AP) — On the far side of a desert hilltop in the shadow of the Shiprock Pinnacle, a towering monolith sacred to the Navajo Nation, the stranger ignored the cries of an 11-year-old girl.

Sidelined: LGBT laws, NCAA policy could keep teams at home
FILE - In this April 25, 2016 file photo, Krys Didtrey, left, and Gloria Merriweather, center, of Charlotte, N.C. lead the chants in opposition to the new North Carolina transgender law in the lobby of the State Legislative Building in Raleigh, N.C. Teams could pull out of scheduled NCAA events this spring because of new state laws in North Carolina, Mississippi and Tennessee while the sport’s governing body’s demands for discrimination-free environments at the places where its events are held won’t take effect until the fall. (Robert Willett/The News & Observer via AP, File) MANDATORY CREDITTeams could pull out of scheduled NCAA events this spring because of new state laws in North Carolina, Mississippi and Tennessee while the sport's governing body's demands for discrimination-free environments at the places where its events are held won't take effect until the fall.

Jury deciding fate of Cleveland man accused of killing 3
CLEVELAND (AP) — A man accused of killing three women and hiding their bodies in garbage bags charmed his victims to get close to them but also harbored hatred for the women in his life, a prosecutor told jurors Wednesday.

Coach: NC travel ban to cost Minnesota athletes opportunity
FILE - In this May 13, 2010 file photo, St. Cloud State third-baseman Sam Radbil celebrates after hitting a two-run home run during the Division II Central Regional NCAA baseball championship tournament in Farmington, N.M. A Minnesota state university system banned its athletic teams from traveling to tournaments in North Carolina, which passed a law that opponents say can allow discrimination against LGBT people. Most of the schools in that system are Division II or III schools; the University of Minnesota, a member of the Big Ten, is not one of them. The decision means that one of the top baseball teams in Division II, St. Cloud State, ranked No. 3 in one of the top 25 polls, will likely stay home and forgo the opportunity to reach its first Division II World Series later this month in Cary, N.C. (Xavier Mascareñas/The Daily Times via AP) MANDATORY CREDITST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota State-Mankato's baseball coach on Wednesday lamented the lost opportunity for his team if it were to qualify for the NCAA Division II championship and couldn't play because the tournament is in North Carolina.

Doctor called to help Prince is a longtime pain specialist
The building housing the office of Dr. Howard Kornfeld appears, Wednesday, May 4, 2016, in Mill Valley, Calif. Minneapolis attorney William Mauzy, who represents Kornfeld, said Wednesday that singer Prince had arranged an initial meeting with him the day before he died. Mauzy said Kornfeld had never met or spoken to Prince before the singer's representatives reached out to him on April 20. Mauzy said Kornfeld wasn't able to travel immediately to Minnesota, so arranged for his son Andrew to go instead. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)MILL VALLEY, Calif. (AP) — The Northern California doctor who was asked to help Prince before his death is an addiction and pain specialist who has championed the use of a semi-synthetic opiate to treat pain.

Miami Heat's Bosh out for rest of NBA playoffs
Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat watches from the bench against the Charlotte Hornets during game four of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals, on April 25, 2016"The Miami Heat and Chris Bosh announce that Chris will not be playing in the remainder of the 2016 NBA Playoffs," a joint statement from player and club said. Bosh hasn't played since February 9 due to a blood clots in his calf. In March, Bosh issued a statement saying his condition this season had "never been life threatening" and he was confident he would return to the court.

On Capitol Hill, GOP muted a day after Trump's ascension
WASHINGTON (AP) — The reaction of congressional Republicans to Donald Trump's ascension ranged from subdued to silent on Wednesday, a day after the billionaire TV personality was all but anointed as the party's presidential nominee.

AP Source: Coyotes to promote 26-year-old Chayka to GM
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — The Arizona Coyotes will promote 26-year-old John Chayka to general manager, making him the youngest GM in NHL history, a person familiar with the situation said Wednesday.

Get premium coupons in the Coupons.com Savings Club

 
    Top of page | Previous Page