Monthly Archives: November, 2020

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25 Local Author Launches Book to bring awareness to cancer and hope for grieving

Reverend Donna Shea, whose teenage daughter passed away from cancer in 2013 is releasing her book, “It’s Fine” A Mother’s View from the ICU,. ” on Sunday November 29th. This date marks seven years since Terisa’s passing from cancer and her family has continued to support the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, and bring awareness to fundraising opportunities

Fads Come and Fads Go

I am a big fan of fads. For me, fads provide a good study into a culture's whims and impulses, and highlight where we are psychologically as a nation. Some fads are short-lived even though they spread fast, but some do endure the test of time, if only to lose public enthusiasm slowly. Remember fidget spinners.


The emphasis was on giving during the recent Soboba Drive-Thru Turkey Giveaways for families struggling with the ability to have a fulfilling Thanksgiving holiday. The Soboba Foundation and the Soboba Casino Resort partnered with the cities, local agencies and school districts of Hemet and San Jacinto to provide more than 2,000 meal boxes to some of its neediest residents.

Barack Obama memoir off to record-setting start in sales

Former President Barack Obama's "A Promised Land" sold nearly 890,000 copies in the U.S. and Canada in its first 24 hours, putting it on track to be the best selling presidential memoir in modern history. The first-day sales, a record for Penguin Random House, includes pre-orders, e-books and audio.

Charlie Brown specials to air on TV, after all, in PBS deal

The “Great Pumpkin” never showed on broadcast television this year, but after a deal with PBS, the Charlie Brown Thanksgiving and Christmas specials will return to the air.


Armed Home Invasion Robbery

On March 21, 2023, about 6:30 PM, the Riverside Sheriff’s Moreno Valley Station deputies responded to a report of an armed home invasion robbery in the 15100 block of Perris Boulevard, Moreno Valley.

Fraud / Impersonating a City of Temecula Official

On March 20, 2023, about 10:15 am, deputies from the Riverside Sheriff’s Southwest Station responded to a residence located in the 30700 block of San Pasqual Road, Temecula, reference Garret K. Hodson, who claimed to be a draftsman, and a second suspect, who claimed to be a City of Temecula building inspector, located at the residence.

Gang Task Force Arrests Gang Members with Firearms

On Tuesday, March 21, 2023, at 6:45 P.M., the Coachella Valley Violent Crime Gang Task Force, with the assistance of the Palm Desert Special Enforcement Team, conducted an operation that resulted in the arrest of two documented criminal street gang members for firearms-related offenses.

Man gets 4 years for attacking police at Jan. 6 Capitol riot

A Virginia man who assaulted police with a stolen baton and used a flashing strobe light to disorient officers trying to defend the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021 was sentenced Tuesday to more than four years in prison.