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Murrieta has been one of the fastest growing cities in the state of California over the past decade. Their famous hot springs were once a major attraction for visitors in the early part of the 20th century. The city is named for two of its early inhabitants, brothers Esequial Murrieta and Juan Murrieta. The former purchased Mexican land grants, intending to raise sheep in the area, but instead, he returned to Spain and left the farm to his brother Juan. Murrieta Valley Unified School District happens to be the biggest employer in the city, with 1,900 employees in 2009.

Population: 100173
Local Newspapers: Valley Business Journal Courier
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers (NFL), San Diego Padres (MLB)
Local Colleges: State UniversityNational University Academy

Zip Codes associated with murrieta, california: 92562, 92563
Towns/Cities near murrieta, california : Menifee, Temecula

Murrieta News
MurrietaPanel approves Mitchell Crossing

Â* The Murrieta Planning Commission approved a housing development slated near the Clinton Keith Road/I-215 interchange Â* The decision will be appealed to the City Council, according to project foes, because they don't feel it's a good fit for the area. Â* If eventually built, the project will connect Sierra Lane with Mitchell Road, which will change traffic patterns in the area. The Murrieta Planning Commission this week approved plans for a multifamily housing project near the I-215/Clinton Keith Road interchange.

Murrieta Municipal Government Informs of Library Closure During Bike Race

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POLITICS: Stalemate would affect Inland workers

The Obama administration Monday appealed the suspension, arguing the president is within his legal rights to issue the actions. "We're being used as pawns in their political agenda," said Alcaraz, who is active in the National Border Patrol Council, the union that represents agents. "This is a dangerous game the Republicans are playing," Torres said in a news release. Calvert and other Republicans have said that only Congress, and not the president, has the right to make such sweeping changes to immigration policy.

MurrietaMURRIETA: Woman who faked cancer pleads guilty to felony

Cristina Lagman, 39, who is being held with bail set at $25,000, is scheduled for sentencing Monday, March 2, at the Southwest Justice Center in French Valley, according to John Hall, a spokesman for the Riverside County District Attorney's Office. Last year, Lagman had been sharing intimate details of her supposed struggle with cancer on Facebook, prompting people to stage fundraisers for her in Murrieta and Temecula. Lagman said she had weeks to live and posted photos of herself with no hair and wearing breast cancer awareness T-shirts.

Wood Burning Prohibited in Murrieta on Thursday

SCAQMD reminds residents in these areas that burning wood in their fireplaces is prohibited from midnight tonight through midnight on Thursday night. SCAQMD's no-burn alerts do not apply to mountain communities above 3,000 feet in elevation, the Coachella Valley, or the High Desert. SCAQMD's `Check Before You Burn' program starts each year on November 1 and runs through the last day of February. SCAQMD is the air pollution control agency for Orange County and major portions of Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Riverside counties.

San BernardinoCOMMUNITY NOTES: Red Dress Fashion Show fundraiser, more

Fashion show to raise awareness of heart health RIVERSIDE - Riverside Community Hospital has set the 6th annual Red Dress Fashion Show and Health Expo, Beauty from the Inside out, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 28, at the Riverside Convention Center. The next match is set for 10 a.m. March 19 at the club's greens, 4020 Bowling Green Lane, in Fairmount Park. The runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, with a vegetarian lunch, and continues from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday and Tuesday nights. Admission is $15 and registration is required.

What Americans Actually Think About Immigration

Republican governors in 26 states are suing the Obama administration, claiming that the order exceeded Obama's authority. 36 percent respectively), and their support for a path to citizenship, at 59 percent, is statistically indistinguishable from the national average. These 26 states are set apart less by the views of their residents than the actions of their governors. The immigration debate is a clear example of a terrain on which the pitched partisan battles waged by politicians have obscured the broad agreements of their constituents.

Marine Surprises His Children at School

After seven months serving overseas, Gunnery Sgt. Juan Jimenez surprised his two children at E. Hale Curran Elementary School in Murrieta on Tuesday. Jimenez was separated from his children while serving in the Middle East, where his unit provides mechanical support for aircraft fighting the terror group ISIS. And preschooler Isabel were surprised during library reading time when their father walked in. Fittingly, the class was reading the book "Hero Dad" by Melinda Hardin when Jimenez made his entry. "Can we go to Chuck E. Cheese?" he asked.

Murrieta Police Nab Door Kick Burglary Suspect

That's because they've arrested a man they believe is responsible for multiple burglaries and burglary attempts in the area, according to Murrieta Police Lt. "Further investigation revealed Wilson was involved in several completed burglaries on Malbec Court and Oxley Court," Conrad said. "It should be noted, Wilson is a product of AB109 - Ca State Realignment, signed into law in 2011," Conrad added. He's due in court on Thursday. You can reach Murrieta Police Detective Steve Whiddon at 951-461-6393.

MurrietaMURRIETA: Man testifies he strangled his grandmother

The 23-year-old Murrieta man charged with murder testified in his own defense Monday, Feb. 23. McLean, who is being held on $1 million bail, has pleaded not guilty. Prosecutors have said Sutton had allowed her drug-addicted grandson to live in her Murrieta home only to be strangled by him July 11, 2013. Sutton's remains have not been found. McLean said he had been arrested July 11 after Neil Erickson -- an acquaintance -- sprayed graffiti on a wall outside Sutton's home. McLean is expected to continue testifying on Tuesday, Feb. 24.

15 Jobs Available Right Now Near Murrieta

Looking to kick off this week with a job search? Dozens of listings have been added to the Patch Jobs Board in the Temecula Valley area in the last week alone, and here are just 15 of them. **Note: these jobs were available as of this posting, according to our partners at SimplyHired. Patch cannot guarantee that some have not been filled.

HS GametimeBASEBALL: Vista Murrieta, Great Oak ranked in preseason Div. 1 poll

The Southwestern League is new to Division 1 this season, but already two of the league's teams are ranked. The CIF-Southern Section released its preseason baseball polls on Monday afternoon, and among the most notable rankings was Vista Murrieta No. 6 and Temecula Great Oak No. Both teams were in Div. 2 with the rest of the Southwestern League in previous years. Here are the local teams ranked in the CIF-SS preseason poll, along with the No. Great Oak Others: Corona, Norco DIVISION 2 1. Redlands East Valley Others: Yucaipa DIVISION 3 1.

Get a Free Haircut from La Mode Salon

Every Wednesday, La Mode Salon offers a free haircut with any hair color service. La Mode Salon is an upscale hair salon in two locations: Menifee and Murrieta. Its team of professionals offers a wide array of hair color services, including all over color, blonding, highlights and ombre. La Mode Salon features a team of professional stylists with years of experience in styling and coloring hair. But new clients are sure to experience why La Mode Salon clients keep coming back for more. Hair cut, style and treatment.

Watch as Murrieta Firefighters Climb Dozens of Stories in Full Gear for Charity

The following announcement was submitted for publication on behalf of the Murrieta Fire Department: On Saturday Feb. 21, from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., two of Murrieta Firefighters will be "climbing for a cure" on a stair climber machine in front of Albertsons Grocery Store on Cal Oaks in Murrieta. This is a charity lead up event for the Scott Firefighter Stair Climb in Seattle, Washington which raises money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Now Hiring: Riverside Sheriff's Department Hosting Job Fair in Murrieta

If you've ever thought about starting a career in law enforcement, there's a perfect opportunity for you to learn more about it this weekend. The Riverside County Sheriff's Department is hosting a recruitment event in Murrieta on Saturday, Feb. 21, and anyone is invited to take part. "We'll be giving presentations every hour starting at 8:00 AM and ending at 2:00 PM regarding the application process and other available positions," an announcement from the department states.

Murrieta Probationer Accused of Selling Meth Nabbed During Traffic Stop

Murrieta police say they've arrested a man who was caught with methamphetamine for sales purposes. According to Sgt. Steve Dyer, a vehicle was pulled over for an alleged traffic violation on Friday, in the area of Los Alamos Road and Hancock Avenue. During that traffic stop, police learned that 19-year-old Brandon Sanchez, who is on active probation for two separate cases, was a passenger inside the vehicle. Jail records indicate that he was booked into the Southwest Detention Center on $5,000 bail. He remained locked up as of Wednesday afternoon.

Murrieta Girls Softball Looking For Snack Bar Coordinator

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Time Warner Cable bundles in Murrieta , California

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