Deadly Hemet Fire Claims Four Lives

A deadly fire, reported just after 1 a.m. on Friday December 27, at an apartment building at 150 N. Allesandro Street, near Latham Avenue in Hemet

China convicts 3 researchers involved in gene-edited babies

A Chinese scientist who set off an ethical debate with claims that he had made the world’s first genetically edited babies

Woman sues Epstein estate, says she was 14 during encounter

A woman who says she was 14 when she had a sexual encounter with financier Jeffrey Epstein at his mansion sued

Firearms instructor took out gunman at Texas church service

A man who trained others in his Texas church to use guns to protect the congregation fatally shot a gunman

Hate crimes charges against man accused in Hanukkah stabbing

Handwritten journals containing references to Jews and anti-Semitism were found in the home of a man charged

San Jacinto Teachers’ Association Supports Hemacinto Assistance League

San Jacinto, CA – It turned out to be more than a night of camaraderie and fun for the San Jacinto Teachers’ Association (SJTA) members at a November social event.

Teasing Out the Bully

Some may say “It’s just kids being kids” or “That’s just part of growing up.” Why do some find it necessary to bully others? What’s it like to be the parent of a bullied child? And how does a school district, with thousands of kids, identify and respond to reports of bullying?

Woman accused in racist attack is charged in 2nd incident

An Iowa woman who told police she intentionally ran over a 14-year-old girl because she believed the girl was Mexican

Parkland school shooting trial delayed until at least summer

The trial of Parkland school shooting defendant Nikolas Cruz was delayed Thursday until at least next summer, when he will face

Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) Celebrates GED Earners

Dozens of Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) Adult Education students were recognized in a ceremony Wednesday evening for earning their GED