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Lake Elsinore: Algae blooms have Reached Toxic Levels, State Water Officials say Stay out of the Water

State Water Officials are warning the public to not go into the water at Lake Elsinore this Labor Day weekend. Algae blooms with cyanobacteria have reached toxic levels and a danger alert has been issued today. People and their pets are advised to stay out of the lake until further notice and to avoid areas […]Read More »

Temecula: The 11th Annual SOCAL Chef's Open was a Delicious Success for the Oak Grove Center

Chef Matthew Steffen of Cork Fire Kitchen Wins the Pinnacle & The Chef’s Grille’s Chef Martin Corso Wins the People’s Choice Award Top Chef’s from around Temecula Valley competed at Pechanga Resorts and Casino Monday to help raise money to serve at-risk and special needs youth at the Oak Grove Center. The Chef’s creations dazzled, amazed […]Read More »

SoCal: Climate Change Predicted to Bring More Extremes to Inland Southern California

Regional Report authored by UCR Researchers is included in California’s Fourth Climate Change Assessment By Sarah Nightingale RIVERSIDE, Calif.— Hot, dry weather in Southern California’s inland desert region is projected to become more extreme over the 21st century, according to a report written by researchers at UC Riverside and the U.S. Department of Agriculture that […]Read More »

Temecula: CHP's “Start Smart” Class for Teen Drivers & Parents is Wednesday, September 5

TEMECULA, Calif. – A teenager is killed in a traffic collision every four hours nationwide. That equates to more than 1,870 teenagers killed each year. Another 184,000 teenagers are injured in traffic collisions. These deaths and injuries can be substantially reduced or prevented by eliminating high-risk driving behaviors through education. The California Highway Patrol’s (CHP) […]Read More »

Video - MWGIC-EP-00071: Dark Poetry And The Public Goblins Of Wales

Courtesy of: Midwestern Geek In Cali Videocast Show Notes: “Dark Poetry And The Public Goblins Of Wales: Dark poetry influenced by the California fires, Public domain book excerpt on the Goblins and Elves of 19th-century Wales, brief Dan updates, future show plans, and more.” “The Month Of Mars” – a dark poem influenced by the […]Read More »

Education: Cal State University San Bernardino Named 'Best in the West' College by the Princeton Review

Cal State San Bernardino is one of the best colleges in the West according to The Princeton Review in its “2019 Best Colleges: Region by Region” website. The ranking contains 129 colleges and universities in 15 western states. The listing marks the 15th year that CSUSB has been recognized by the Princeton Review as among […]Read More »

Temecula: Pechanga Spa to Collect Hair Donations for Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October

The Spa will Give Free Haircuts and Styles for People willing to Cut & Donate Eight or More Inches of Hair – Short hair, don’t care! Those with long locks looking to chop them off can be a part of making a breast cancer warrior’s dream come true. This October, Spa Pechanga will offer free […]Read More »

Murrieta: Police Seek Help in Finding Missing Man

UPDATE: FOUND The Murrieta Police Department is actively looking for a Missing Person. Chea Soeun aka Paul was last seen in the area of Rockcrest and Daphne Drives on Wednesday 08/15/2018 at approximately 5PM. He is 5’6, 150 pounds and was last seen wearing a black ball cap, orange shirt and black sweat pants. He […]Read More »

Anime: The Art of Stan Sakai Creator of “Usagi Yojimbo”on Display August 25 - October 22 at the Temecula Valley Museum

Meet the Artist on Thursday, August 30 and Sign Up for 2 Free Workshops Stan Sakai has been working on the fan-favorite comic book “Usagi Yojimbo” series since 1984.The comic book legend whose career has lasted for more than 30 years recently won the First Joe Kubert Storyteller Award presented at Ontario’s Comic Con Revolution […]Read More »

Video - MWGIC EP-00070: Holy Inferno Batman - Midwest Nerd Chick Launched - Google Insecurity

Courtesy of Midwestern Geek In Cali: Show Notes: Holy Inferno Batman! Discussing the so-called “Holy” fire causing evacuations in Lake Elsinore, CA Links: http://iesportsnews.com/holy-fire-now-at-18200-acres-as-fire-intensifies-still-only-5-percent-contained/ http://iesportsnews.com/holy-fire-mandatory-evacuations-called-in-elsinore-southwest-riverside-county/ http://iesportsnews.com/trabuco-canyon-suspected-arsonist-arrested-for-starting-the-holy-fire-now-burning-4100-plus-acres/ —- Midwest Nerd Chick launches and I am crowing about it! Links: http://www.midwestnerdchick.com/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBFWLPAwFMJLU_njFuJNmnQ https://twitter.com/mw_nerdchick https://www.facebook.com/midwestnerdchick https://www.instagram.com/midwestnerdchick/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/tonya-riepe-158365b7/ That is a bad-ass logo! —- Google’s “insecure” badge on HTTP-only […]Read More »

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