An Indio resident wants to know what is being done about the fly infestation near a watermelon field. You Ask. We Investigate.®. More>>
Drop off your unused school supplies to our KMIR Studios -- 72920 Park View Drive, Palm Desert -- until Aug. 20th. Your donations will be distributed on Saturday, Aug. 23rd at 8 a.m. For more info, go to cvrm.org More>>
Two people were injured when a vehicle crashed into a bus in Palm Desert today, a sheriff's sergeant said. The crash was reported at 11:30 a.m. at Fred Waring Drive and Warner Trail, where a vehicle struck a SunLine bus that had stopped to pick up passengers. More>>
A man is arrested in Yucca Valley for possession of a "potato gun."According to media reports, he is an acquaintance of missing Marine wife, Erin Corwin. More>>
The Leadership Coachella Valley program is accepting applications for its 2014-15 class, a spokeswoman said today. Up to 40 applicants will be chosen for the 10-month program, which runs September to June, spokeswoman Linda Davis said. More>>
Palm Desert homeowners can get up to $2,000 for replacing grass with desert plants via a new program through the city and the Coachella Valley Water District, a city spokesman said today. Starting Aug. 1, residents can apply for a $2 per-square-foot rebate for removing up to 1,000 square feet of turf More>>
The Palm Springs Swim Center will close for a month for sales tax-funded pool deck renovations, it was announced today. The center will close Aug. 3 and reopen Sept. 1. Organized swim teams don't meet in August, and overall pool usage declines, city parks and recreation director Vicki Oltean said. More>>
IDYLLWILD -- The city of Idyllwild is celebrating the city's return from the Mountain Fire. The Mountain Fire ignited July 15th, 2013, and forced the entire city to evacuate. More>>
RIVERSIDE -- Dozens of dogs are looking for new homes after a fire burned a home near Riverside. Saturday afternoon an attic fire damaged a home on Pick Place, south of Riverside. More>>
PALM DESERT -- A blood drive was held in Palm Desert Saturday in support of Liz Lopez.She's battling a rare, but treatable leukemia. More>>
CATHEDRAL CITY -- Cathedral City police arrested two teenagers after seeing a man walking through a front door with a cash register. More>>
PALM DESERT -- The College of the Desert football program is working with valley coaches and youth football players for it's first annual Roadrunner Football Camp held at the campus. More>>
TWENTYNINE PALMS -- The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department is searching several different locations today for Erin Corwin. On Saturday, officers said they had no additional leads that they're releasing. More>>
SALTON CITY -- On April 18th, 19-year-old Adrian Parra was shot dead by sheriff deputies during a traffic stop. It happened on Highway 86, near Salton City just before 6pm. Since then, his mother has been trying to find out why her son was killed.
It happened on Highway 86, near Salton City just before 6pm. Since then, his mother has been trying to find out why her son was killed.More>>
PALM SPRINGS - The first LGBT senior assisted living community will open to residents in September. It's the only one in the Valley catering to the LGBT community and the second one in the state.
PALM SPRINGS - The first LGBT senior assisted living community will open to residents in September. It's the only one in the Valley catering to the LGBT community and the second one in the state.More>>
Firefighters made quick work of a fire at a Palm Desert apartment complex this afternoon. The blaze was reported about 2:20 p.m. at The Regent at 73373 Country Club Drive. Firefighters saw light smoke when they arrived, and put out the fire a short time later More>>
The Living Desert will celebrate National Ice Cream Day and kick off National Zoo Keeper Week on Sunday with frozen treats for humans and animals. More than 40 animals will get treats from Ben Jerry's in Rancho Mirage, and the zoo's cafe will have a buy one/get one free special. More>>
Authorities today identified a 75-year-old woman who drowned in a hot tub at a Desert Hot Springs mobile home park. Firefighters were sent to Park West Mobile Home Park at 64625 Pierson Blvd. shortly after 11:30 a.m. Thursday, where staffers found Kathleen Roberts' body. She was pronounced dead at the scene, Jennifer Fuhrman of the Riverside County Fire Department said. More>>
Riverside County sheriff's deputies will be looking for drunken motorists and checking driver's licenses at a checkpoint in Coachella tonight. The checkpoint is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. and run through Saturday at 3 a.m. at an undisclosed location. More>>
Thousands took to social media to find formation and send messages of support for the victims of Malaysia flight MH-17 that was shot down over the borders of Russia and Ukraine. The digital timeline is growing as the tragedy continues to unfold in real time on social media.
Thousands took to social media to find formation and send messages of support for the victims of Malaysia flight MH-17 that was shot down over the borders of Russia and Ukraine. The digital timeline is growing as the tragedy continues to unfold in real time on social media.More>>
A free shuttle dubbed the ``Palm Springs Buzz'' will begin ferrying visitors and residents around the city in November, a city spokeswoman said today. The Palm Springs City Council on Wednesday night unanimously approved the compressed natural gas-powered vehicle shuttle service, which is funded by the voter-approved Measure J tax increase and PS Resorts More>>
Coachella is ending its collection of clothing, toys and other items for Central American migrants, and will donate the remaining items to Imperial Valley nonprofits, it was announced today. Between Independence Day and July 10, the city collected more than a ton of canned food, clothing, shoes, medicine and toys. More>>
A woman drowned today in a hot tub at a Desert Hot Springs mobile home park, a county fire department spokeswoman said. Firefighters were sent to Park West Mobile Home Park at 64625 Pierson Blvd. More>>
Starting tomorrow night, road work at Cathedral City intersection is expected to cause traffic backups, a city spokeswoman said. Asphalt work is scheduled from 8 p.m. until 5 a.m. at Date Palm Drive and Vista Chino, Leisa Lukes said. More>>
An Irvine woman accused of leaving her pet in her vehicle in Coachella for more than a day -- resulting in the dog's death -- pleaded not guilty today to a felony animal cruelty charge. Charu Lata Khanna, 30, was arraigned at the Larson Justice Center in Indio and remains free on a $5,000 bond. More>>
RANCHO MIRAGE - We've all been on the receiving end of a robocall. Those unwanted, and uninvited calls from telemarketers. Does the national "do not call list" actually work? More>>
RANCHO MIRAGE - Law enforcement advises homeowners to take precautions even those living in a gated community.
RANCHO MIRAGE - Law enforcement advises homeowners to take precautions even those living in a gated community.More>>
A former Palm Springs baseball player is accused of raping an unconscious woman in Indio and leaving his cell phone and wallet at the scene, according to court papers filed today. Trent William Pell, 21, is charged with two counts of rape, one count of assault with intent to rape and a misdemeanor count of sexual battery stemming from the alleged June 16 attack More>>
Local water agencies will have to set new rules for enforcing recently passed emergency regulations that will include fines for people who waste water. City agencies have police departments to help them enforce laws but independently run water districts will have to figure out how to crack down on water wasters. More>>
Many couples try to stay together for as long as they could but not everyone could reach Wayne and Charlotte's milestone. The local couple is celebrating their 74th year of marriage! How did they do it? Take a look! More>>
About two-dozen musicians, including an American Idol finalist, are set to play in Idyllwild's annual mile-high jazz festival Aug. 15-17. The 21st annual edition of Idyllwild Jazz in the Pines will be held on the campus of Idyllwild Arts Academy, with most of the performances staged at the Holmes Amphitheater. More>>
A man drowned tonight in Rancho Mirage, according to Cal Fire officials.The incident was reported after 6 pm tonight on Gleneagle Drive and Palm View Road. The man was taken to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead.He has not been identified. More>>
An 18 year old man has been arrested for attempted murder stemming from a July 9th shooting at a Desert Hot Springs liquor store. After calls of shots fired came in near Palm Drive at Cahuillla Avenue, one man was sent to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. More>>
PALM SPRINGS -- Taxpayer dollars are helping to revitalize downtown Palm Springs, and some taxpayers want to know more about where that money is going. You may have noticed signs that say "free parking provided by Measure J funding." More>>
The Living Desert Zoo held specialized training to teach people how to prevent coyote attacks. Experts say this is a busy time of year for sightings because coyotes are trying to feed their pups. An expert from the Humane Society taught separate classes for about 75 experts and 100 citizens on "Coyote Hazing", a technique that wards off coyotes and trains them to not associate with people in the future. More>>
Commercial drivers passing through the Coachella Valley tomorrow should be aware that California Highway Patrol officers are looking for scofflaws. Extra officers will patrol the Coachella Valley and Banning Pass Wednesday through Friday, watching for speeding, tailgating and failure to use ``hands-free'' cell phone technology. More>>
The median price of a home in Riverside County rose by 11.4 percent in June, compared with the same month a year ago, while the number of homes sold dipped by 2.4 percent, a real estate information service announced today. More>>
A magnitude 3.1 earthquake was detected in Southern California on Monday, according to a computer-generated message from the U.S. Geological Survey. The earthquake, which was reported to have hit at 11:07 p.m., was centered nine miles east of Mecca, California and 15 miles east of Coachella. More>>
I'm so excited to report that "Fiddler on the Roof," one of the gems of the Golden Age of Musicals, is coming to the valley presented by the Greenroom Theatre Company. The show will be at Indian Wells Theatre at the CSUSB Palm Desert Campus. Performance dates are July 16th and 17th at 6 p.m., and July 17th at 1 p.m. Click here to buy tickets and support the Summer Theatre Academy. More>>
The National Association of School Resource Officers are holding their 24th annual conference at the La Quinta Resort. Over 750 attendees will be trained on the latest techniques, programs and products designed to preventing and coping with tragedies in schools. The four day event will include presentations from a survivor from the Virginia Tech shooting and hands on training on responding to an active shooter on a school campus. More>>
A Hemet police officer is the proud father today of a baby boy delivered by none other than the officer himself after his wife went into labor while the lawman was on duty.``I wasn't worried; it just happened so fast,'' said Officer Bryan Anderson of the birth of his son More>>
A felony animal cruelty charge was filed today against an Irvine woman who allegedly left her pet in her vehicle in Coachella for more than a day, resulting in the dog's death. Charu Lata Khanna, 30, is scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday morning at the Larson Justice Center in Indio. More>>
A Palm Desert woman accused of driving over a median, injuring one of her three juvenile passengers, is expected to face DUI and child endangerment charges, a sheriff's sergeant said today.The single-vehicle mishap occurred about 5:20 p.m. Saturday at Fred Waring Drive and San Pasqual Avenue in Palm Desert. More>>
LA QUINTA - A Valley resident claims her next-door-neighbor is constantly smoking pot permeating her backyard. "It smells like skunk," she says, adding it's affecting her health. More>>
Federal inspectors at Los Angeles International Airport seized a shipment of 67 giant African snails, which are classified as``a very serious threat'' to agriculture and public health in the United States. The snails consume more than 500 varieties of plants, and will even eat stucco off buildings. More>>
Many TIme Warner Cable customers experienced various levels of service outages over the weekend and now we apparently know why: Vandalism. The outage was reported at about 9 p.m. Saturday and affected Internet, phone and television service in several communities including Indio, La Quinta and Palm Desert.
IDYLLWILD -- A woman was hurt today during a rock-climbing accident in Humber Park in Idyllwild, one day after another climber was killed near the same area. More>>
PALM SPRINGS -- Sunday was the final night of the Palm Springs Tattoo Convention. It brought thousands to town for the inaugural event. More>>
CATHEDRAL CITY -- Pets and their people gathered for a luncheon in Cathedral City Saturday. More>>
CATHEDRAL CITY -- Desert Ice Castle in Cathedral City invited valley residents to it's ice skating spectacular, the Hot Summer Ice Show on Saturday. More>>
PALM DESERT -- The Riverside County Sheriff's Department is hiring hundreds of people. A resource and career fair was held in Palm Desert Saturday morning. More>>
IMPERIAL -- The Imperial Police Department says a teenager has been reported missing from Imperial, CA. More>>
INDIAN WELLS -- The Riverside County Sheriff''s department is investigating after a motorcyclist was killed in a crash in Indian Wells Friday night. More>>
One of two men accused in a May 28 gang-related shooting in Indio pleaded not guilty today to a murder charge. Steven Moses Rapan, 23, of Indio is charged, along with 21-year-old Gary Griffin Ramirez, in the death of 37-year-old Douglas Yanez Jr., who was found dead near Kenner Street and Yucca Lane.A special circumstance allegation of murder for the benefit of a street gang makes them eligible for the death penalty if convicted. Rapan was arrested July 3 More>>
PALM SPRINGS -- Some local organizations are looking for new places to perform after the Annenberg Theater sent out an email saying they will undergo a reorganization. The theater is inside the Palm Springs Art Museum in downtown Palm Springs. More>>
The Disabled American Veterans organization and The Home Depot teamed up to transform the home of an veteran injured in Iraq. More>>
CATHEDRAL CITY - A gardener, an ice-cream vendor, it appears the suspect in a string of armed robberies was targeting defenseless people. 23-year-old Christian Cervantes is facing multiple felonies. More>>
A fire blackened 24 acres of brush in Thermal this afternoon as temperatures topped the triple digits. The blaze was reported about 2:15 p.m. in the 69400 block of Fillmore Street, and was burning medium to heavy fuel, Riverside County Fire Department spokeswoman Jody Hagemann said. She said more than 20 firefighters were sent to the scene, and no injuries were immediately reported. More>>
Local and international figure skaters will perform at the Desert Ice Castle in Cathedral City tomorrow. The ``Hot Summer Ice Show,'' which starts at noon, is a fundraiser for the complex's Future Champions program and hockey team for high schoolers.The Desert Ice Castle serves as a training center for competitive figure skaters, according to the Cathedral City Chamber of Commerce. More>>
According to the U.S. Drought Monitormost of California is categorized as being in an "extreme drought". While for some people, the importance of conserving water became a priority after the state's governor, Jerry Brown, declared a State of Emergency because of the lack of rainfall, others continue to waste our most valuable resource, water.Because some continue to disregard the critical state of our water supply, the state is considering statewide regulations that would impose fines of up t... More>>
LA QUINTA - The Desert Sands Unified School District is installing 153 new air conditioning units in La Quinta High School as part of a new renewable project funded by Prop 39 to support energy efficiency. On Wednesday and Thursday, two helicopters lifted the outdated AC units from the high school; the next step is installing the new units with cranes. More>>
Assemblyman V. Manuel Perez, D-Coachella, will travel with other legislators to Central America next week to discuss immigration and other issues. Perez, the Assembly majority leader, will be the policy lead on immigration for the delegation, which will visit El Salvador, Guatemala and Panama Monday through July 23. More>>
The Riverside County Sheriff's Department will hold a resource and career fair in Palm Desert this weekend. Potential applicants will have an opportunity to speak with recruiters and current employees about job opportunities and attend presentations on Saturday at the sheriff's Palm Desert station, beginning at 8 a.m.. More>>
The inaugural Coachella Valley Improv/Comedy Festival will begin a three-day run tomorrow in Indio. The weekend festival at the Indio Performing Arts Center will honor several entertainers and feature performances and workshops. Improvisation, sketch teams and stand-up comedians will compete More>>
The inaugural Palm Springs Tattoo Convention will get underway tomorrow at the Hard Rock Hotel. More than 75 tattoo artists will practice their craft at ``Palm Trees and Tattoos,'' which starts with a pool gathering and party on Friday and continues with the main convention Saturday and Sunday. More>>
The twin sister of Mark Norton, the man who died on the Fourth of July after being struck by a suspected DUI driver, speaks out for the first time and shared how the family is coping with her brother's death and thank the community for their support. More>>
Palm Canyon Theatre's "18th SUMMER KIDS CAMP" Acting! Singing! Dance! Stage Combat! Improv! June 16th thru July 26th, Monday thru Friday 9-4. Early/Late drop-off is available. Open to kids 5-18. The children are broken up into 3 groups. Camp is $125 a week. Our Final Camp production is “Snow White and the 47 Dwarves”.For more information, call: 760-323-5123 Enrollment packets can be downloaded at: www.PalmCanyonTheatre.org More>>
Two Riverside County hospitals made Hospitals Health Networks magazine's annual ``Most Wired'' list, it was announced today. It was the third consecutive ``wired'' designation for Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage, the only Coachella Valley hospital on the list. More>>
A man was shot by an unknown assailant in Desert Hot Springs today and transported to a hospital for treatment of a non-life-threatening wound, police reported .Officers were dispatched about 12:20 p.m. to 12350 Palm Drive on a gunfire call and found the victim, whose name was withheld. Desert Hot Springs Sgt. Gus Paiz said. More>>
PALM DESERT - It's been four months since Wanda Moultrie's backyard was supposed to be finished, but she says she's having a difficult time getting United States Pools to complete the pool and spa. She's the fourth person to call KMIR complaining about United States Pools. More>>
California Highway Patrol officers arrested 21 people in the Coachella Valley area on suspicion of driving under the influence over the Independence Day weekend -- more than the previous two years combined -- but there were fewer collisions than last year, the agency announced today. More>>
More than 700 Southern California Edison customers in Palm Springs lost electrical service today as temperatures climbed toward 100 degrees. The outage, which affected 732 customers, was reported at 9:35 a.m. Power was restored to most of them by late morning; 163 remained without power at 12:45p.m. Powerr was estimated to be restored to most of the remaining customers by 2:30 p.m. More>>
The parents of three minors accused of tagging 19 spots in Coachella were sued today by the city. The lawsuit against Besna Sanchez and Rafael and Elizabeth Sandoval asks for damages up to $25,000, along with legal fees and costs. More>>
TWENTYNINE PALMS -- There's still no trace of missing, expectant mother Erin Corwin. It's been more than a week since she went missing from Twentynine Palms.Very few people are searching for 19-year-old Erin Corwin Tuesday, but the Morongo Basin Captain tells us they will have many more searchers Wednesday looking in specific target areas. More>>
DESERT HOT SPRINGS - A burglar broke into a home stealing a sealed box which contained human ashes. The family is pleading the criminal to bring back the remains. More>>
The hot, mineral springs that bubble up underneath the Spa Resort Hotel are sacred to the local native people and have drawn people from all over the world to the desert. The history of Palm Springs itself is tied to the famous mineral baths. More>>
The Riverside City Council could decide tonight to shut down the municipality's divisive red light traffic camera enforcement program. A public hearing is scheduled at 6:30 p.m. for the council to consider whether to deactivate the system installed in 2006. More>>
A La Quinta man has been arrested for crashing his golf cart while drunk, according to La Quinta Police. Police were led to the crash by a woman covered in dried blood. This all happened around 2:25 a.m. Monday, July 7th at PGA West. Police say the a woman approached the main gate with dried blood on her face, but no visible wounds to her body. The woman said she passed out on the golf course and that she remembered being with a man. That led police to 73-year old Gary Osborn of La Quinta. More>>
A judge today appointed a psychologist to examine a 22-year-old man suspected of making explosive devices at a Cathedral City mobile home. Sean Stewart Clarke pleaded not guilty to nine felony counts --including possession of an explosive device, arson, assembling a booby trap and disposing of hazardous waste and a misdemeanor count of being under the influence of a controlled substance More>>
Baseball fans can get free admission to a Palm Springs Power game on Wednesday if they bring an item for a local food bank, the team announced today.The team is hosting the drive to benefit several food banks, including FIND Food Bank in Indio and Manna Food in Cathedral City. More>>
Monsoonal storm pounds Lake Havasu City, Arizona on Sunday afternoon. The Coachella Valley is also on the lookout for afternoon showers and thunderstorms all week as the monsoon season is here. More>>
A magnitude-7.1 earthquake on the Pacific Coast has jolted a wide area of southern Mexico and Central America. At least two people are reported dead in Guatemala. The U.S. Geological Survey says the quake hit at 6:23 a.m. (7:23 a.m. EDT; 11:23 GMT) on the Pacific Coast 5 miles (8 kilometers) northeast of Puerto Madero, near the Guatemala border. Firefighters spokesman Raul Hernandez says at least two people were killed in the Guatemalan town of San Marcos. More>>
A special needs child named Heavenly and her family are asking for your help to find their friend and dog named Coco.He bonded with Heavenly and they desperately need your help!Coco has gone missing in Indio on Deglet Noor between Requa and Bliss.Coco is a male Shih Tzu and is neutered. He is very calm, sweet, and mellow and will only bark for a squeaky toy.He is dearly missed by Heavenly and her family and had a red collar and City of Indio license. Coco is also microchipped.The family canno... More>>
A woman lost her husband, father and uncle when asmall plane crashed in the Santa Ana mountains off Ortega Highway near Lake Elsinore over the weekend, killing all three men aboard, relatives said. Relatives identified 32-year-old Jacob Griffiths of Irvine as one of the three men on the plane. More>>
The search continues this holiday weekend for 19-year-old Erin Corwin of Twentynine Palms.Corwin was reported missing by her husband last Sunday. More>>
PALM SPRINGS -- We now know the name of the man suspected of hitting a motor-scooter head-on in Palm Springs, killing the rider and then fleeing the scene with the scooter lodged to the front of the truck. More>>
A magnitude 4.6 earthquake rattles parts of the Coachella Valley today. The quake struck at 10 a.m. and was centered near Big Bear. It was felt widely across the Coachella Valley. So far there were no reports of injuries. We'll have the very latest on KMIR News at 6 p.m. More>>
The Marriott Shadow Ridge Golf Club held a family golf festival for golfers of all skill levels on Saturday. More>>
PALM DESERT -- The city of Palm Desert threw a massive party to celebrate the Fourth of July. More>>
TWENTYNINE PALMS - About 30 search and rescue volunteers along with a specialized team of investigators are continuing to search for 19-year-old Erin Corwin, who is two months pregnant. She was reported missing one week ago.
TWENTYNINE PALMS - About 30 search and rescue volunteers along with a specialized team of investigators are continuing to search for 19-year-old Erin Corwin, who is two months pregnant. She was reported missing one week ago.More>>
There was a deadly accident in Palm Springs late this morning.The driver of a pick-up truck hit a motorcyclist head-on, then fled. The motorcyclist died at the scene.The crash happened around 11:30 this morning near Indian Canyon and Tamarisk Road.The motorcycle was heading northbound on Indian, while the pick-up was heading south. More>>
Heavy summer rain pummeled the Idyllwild area today, as forecasters predicted nickel-sized hail in the mountains of western Riverside County. What first started as light rain at noon, turned into a heavy storm a half hour later, with heavy rain reported in the Lake Hemet area. More>>
The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in the Inland Empire was at its highest amount for Independence Day since 2008, $4.143, today. A run of eight increases in nine days ended today when the average price in Riverside and San Bernardino counties was unchanged. More>>
Police are searching for an elderly woman who went missing in Indio earlier tonight. Bettie West Pente is 88 years old and walked away from the Indio Nursing and Rehabilitation Center on Monroe street around 5:30 p.m. More>>
Coachella Valley residents and visitors can stay cool at community pools tomorrow while waiting for Independence Day fireworks. Locations and hours:-- Pool at Palm Springs Pavilion, 401 S. Pavilion Way, Palm Springs, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. More>>
KMIR has received word that the Palm Springs Art Museum is halting rentals for the Annenberg Theatre and this apparently includes all the shows that were booked into that space. The theater is inside the Palm Springs Art Museum in downtown Palm Springs. They sent out an email saying the theater is going to undergo a reorganization. The Annenberg Theatre manager says the art museum needs to do this to focus its energy on its own programming and mission. More>>
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: As the search continues for missing 19-year-old Erin Corwin, her husband, 21-year-old Cpl. Jonathan Corwin spoke EXCLUSIVELY with KMIR News' Gitzel Puente. More>>
With today being getaway day, Riverside County residents looking to head out of town this Fourth of July weekend should brace for more traffic than usual as an expected 2.88 million Southern Californians hit the road. The number of Southlanders traveling -- mostly on road trips -- is up 1.5 percent over the same period last year, according to a forecast from the Automobile Club of Southern California. More>>
LA QUINTA - Many local business owners and employees reacted to the minimum wage increase starting July. It's a heated debate: some say it's necessary to provide more for their families; others say consumer goods will go up in price. More>>
KPSE is partnering with the City of Palm Desert and Mix 100.5 to bring you fireworks on Independence Day.The fireworks will be launched from Civic Center Park at 9pm. The show is set to music, which will be broadcast live on MIX 100.5fm and the show and music will be carried live on KPSE from 9-9:30pm and then rebroadcast in its entirety 9:30pm-10pm.Below is information regarding the City of Palm Desert’s 26th Annual Independence Day Celebration: Road Closures Magnesia Falls at Monterey and ... More>>
A 21-year-old Palm Desert man was arrested today in the fatal shooting of a 20-year-old man in Indio, a police spokesman said. Shawn Anthony Wynn was arrested about 3:35 p.m. in the death of Indio resident Juan Carlos Hernandez, who was found shot to death June 16 in an off-white Cadillac parked near Lancer Gate and Merlin Drive, Indio police Sgt. Dan Marshall said.Detectives believe there may be one or more suspects still at large, he said.
Shawn Anthony Wynn was arrested about 3:35 p.m. in the death of Indio resident Juan Carlos Hernandez, who was found shot to death June 16 in an off-white Cadillac parked near Lancer Gate and Merlin Drive, Indio police Sgt. Dan Marshall said.Detectives believe there may be one or more suspects still at large, he said.
CATHEDRAL CITY - Many residents at Date Palm Country Club have been living without gas for the sixth consecutive day after a fire broke out at the clubhouse's attic Wednesday evening .Cathedrall City Fire Department reported no injuries, but 75 homes have been without gas. More>>
A 38-year-old motorcycle rider died today from injuries suffered when he veered off a Cathedral City road and struck a sign. Thomas James Trollope Jr. of Desert Hot Springs apparently was westbound on Varner Road, east of Edom Hill Road, about 6:50 p.m. Sunday when he went off a curve and crashed into a sign warning of the bend ahead, Cathedral City police Sgt. Corwin de Veas said. Trollope declared dead at Desert Regional Medical Center about 12:50 a.m. Monday, he said. More>>
Palm Springs Police are investigating a shooting after a man with a gunshot wound was dropped off at Desert Regional Medical Center. More>>
INDIO -- Indio Police say a man is now behind bars for the murder of a 72-year-old man from Indio. Police arrested Joseph Gentile Saturday in Imperial Beach for the death of Guillermo "William" Saavedra. More>>
THOUSAND PALMS -- Some people here in the valley are preparing for an emergency whether it's an earthquake, fire or other natural disaster. The Riverside County Office of Emergency Services is helping get people ready. More>>
CATHEDRAL CITY -- Residents of Sungate Mobile Home Park in Cathedral city returned home after a mobile with explosive materials was burned down. Residents were able to return home Saturday and earlier than expected. More>>
LA QUINTA -- A local restaurant held a fundraiser Saturday night for a young girl here in the valley who is battling one of the most aggressive forms of child cancers. More>>
A woman convicted in the 2001 death of her infant daughter, who died in Desert Hot Springs of a fractured skull and other injuries within about 18 months of another of her children, was sentenced today to 15 years to life in prison after making a teary statement blaming their "devil'' father. Krissy Lynn Werntz, 34, was found guilty of second-degree murder in April for the death of her 10-week-old daughter, Montana, whose decomposed remains were found in an Arkansas storage unit a year after... More>>
CATHEDRAL CITY -- Every single resident at the Sungate Mobile Home Community in Cathedral City is out of their home forced to evacuate while a trailer contaminated with explosives is burned down. More>>
Authorities detained a ''person of interest'' and served search warrants today in connection with the fatal shooting of a 20-year-old man in Indio. The warrants were served in Thousand Palms and Indio in connection with the killing of Indio resident Juan Carlos Hernandez, Jr., who was discovered dead of a gunshot wound inside an off-white Cadillac parked near Lancer Gate and Merlin Drive on June 16, Indio police Sgt. Dan Marshall said. More>>
PALM SPRINGS - It's the one-year anniversary of same-sex marriage legalization in California, and many shop owners say they've seen an increase in business since DOMA was overturned. More>>
Felony charges were filed today against a 22-year-old man suspected of making explosive devices at a Cathedral City mobile home, which authorities plan to burn down in place Friday evening. Sean Stewart Clarke pleaded not guilty to nine felony counts --including possession of an explosive device, arson, assembling a booby trap and disposing of hazardous waste -- and a misdemeanor count of being under the influence of a controlled substance. More>>
A local group is giving back to the community in a very big way. Bighorn Golf Club Charities is awarding funds to help local non-profit groups with specific projects.
If you'd like to apply, the application is due on Tuesday.
You can call 760-610-8222 or go to www.bighorncares.com More>>
Two men suspected in the theft of lottery tickets and cigarettes from a Palm Springs gas station were behind bars today. The burglary was reported about 6 a.m. Sunday at a Shell station at 4875 E. Ramon Road, where two suspects had broken a window earlier that morning and made off with lottery tickets and cigarettes. More>>
Cathedral City fire officials tomorrow will spell out the difference between illegal and so-called safe and sane fireworks at a demonstration aimed at keeping desert residents safe this Fourth of July. More>>
Police today released the name of a 20-year-old man found fatally shot in a car in Indio last week and renewed their call for help in finding the killer. Juan Carlos Hernandez, Jr. of Indio was discovered dead of a gunshot wound More>>
Riverside County Superior Court officials today warned residents to beware of a scam targeting people who may have ignored a jury summons. According to Presiding Judge Mark Cope, people in recent weeks have been contacted by parties claiming to be with the Riverside County Sheriff's Department or the court More>>
At least 13 people, including the owner of an Indio auto body shop, were arrested today for allegedly taking part in a vehicle insurance fraud ring that involved the filing of false claims over staged or nonexistent collisions. Coachella resident Joel Saldana Paredes, 22, owner of Lightning Auto Body in Indio, was among those arrested. More>>
CATHEDRAL CITY - The fire department is awaiting approval from the Riverside County Environmental Health Department to burn down a mobile home at Sungate Country R.V. Park where they found explosive material Tuesday morning.The chief of police and the R.V. park's homeowners association met Wednesday afternoon to go over the next steps after the bomb scare. Once a date is set for the "controlled burn", residents of this 55 and older community will have to temporarily evacuate. Authorities conf... More>>
Albertsons will pay $3.3 million to settle a lawsuit alleging the grocery chain illegally transported, stored and disposed of hazardous waste at its stores and distribution centers, prosecutors announced today. More>>
UCR Palm Desert will start its Lit Flicks movie series tomorrow. The theme for the summer series is ``Dark Secrets, Real Lives.'' ``Quiz Show,'' directed by Robert Redford, will be shown at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in the campus auditorium. Each movie in the series is based on a work of literature. More>>
The Mourning Star Center in Palm Desert provides a supportive and safe environment that encourages the sharing of feelings to facilitate the process of healing for children who have lost a loved one. This week, the youngsters are rehearsing every day for their first stage production and film documentary under the auspices of the Los Angeles-based Naked Mind Theatre Group's SHOUT! - a program devoted to helping children emotionally heal through performance art. More>>
RANCHO MIRAGE - Eisenhower Medical Center welcomed their newest class of medical residents with a white coat ceremony Tuesday evening. There's a total of 22 medical school graduates. They come from all over the country to start their general medicine training at the hospital's School of Graduate Medical Education, the only one in the Valley offering a residency program. More>>
Eventbrite has named Palm Springs the most``artsy'' city in the country, a spokeswoman for the online event service said today. Eventbrite used data on population More>>
Augustine Casino will hold its first hot dog-eating contest, with $1,000 in prize money up for grabs, on the eve of the Fourth of July, a casino spokesman said today. More>>
A viewer asked us to look into watermelon fields in Bermuda Dunes that she claims attract flies and are a nuisance. The melon fields, located on Madison and 38th Street, are partially hidden from the street but are bustling with employees harvesting the crop. More>>
Coachella Valley cities will try to outdo each other this summer in collecting the most blood donations, a Desert Blood Services spokesman said today. More>>
Tens of people gathered at the Frank Sinatra house in Palm Springs to raise funds for The Trevor Project. The event was hosted by FourTwoNine Magazine who also put on a dinner and show the previous evening for the non-profit. More>>
Team USA was cheered on locally at Babe's Bar-B-Que and Brewhouse in Rancho Mirage. The World Cup match against Portugal ended in a draw but leading up to the game the fans were enthusiastic predicting a win for Team USA. More>>
Assemblyman Brian Nestande, (R) Palm Desert, held a town hall meeting to discuss the importance of technical and vocational training in public schools. Local business leaders and residents attended and agree that the state's economic prosperity depends on it's future workforce. More>>
The City of Desert Hot Springs has not come to a decision on whether or not they should disband its police department. The uncertainty is weighing heavily on the minds of their officers. More>>
Eastbound lanes of Highway 111 are back open again after being closed this afternoon following a three-car accident. It was reported around 2:30 this afternoon in front of The River in Rancho Mirage. Initial reports are that a pickup driving westbound on Highway 111 jumped the center island and crashed into an Audi and Chevrolet that were traveling in the eastbound lanes.Several people are reportedly hurt. More>>
A manhunt continues for a parolee who got away from officers after a pursuit Tuesday. KMIR News brought you EXCLUSIVE home surveillance video.
A manhunt continues for a parolee who got away from officers after a pursuit Tuesday.
KMIR News brought you EXCLUSIVE home surveillance video.
Palm Springs Mayor Steve Pougnet annnounced today the city will be a ``host town'' for the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games, which will be held in Los Angeles next year. About 100 communities from San Luis Obispo to San Diego will participate in the host town program July 21-24, 2015. Host towns provide rest, training and cultural events before the Special Olympics, which will be held July 25-Aug. 2.More than 7,000 athletes from 177 countries are expected to participate. More>>
A Canadian woman thought she suffered from a stroke, but her doctor told her it was stress. The next time it happened, she recorded the symptoms for herself on her smartphone and now it's trending.The video of Stacey Yepes, 48, was eventually shown to doctors at Toronto Western Hospital.She'd had three mini strokes.Her local hospital is now taking a look at it so they can learn from her mini stroke.Take a look at the video. More>>
SunLine Transit Agency will offer free rides this morning as part of a nationwide effort to get people to use public transportation. It's all part of 'Dump the Pump Day" SunLine will provide free rides on all local routes from 5 a.m. to noon. More>>
SunLine Transit Agency will offer free rides tomorrow morning as part of a nationwide effort to get people to use public transportation. As part of Dump the Pump Day, sponsored by the American Public Transportation Association, SunLine will provide free rides on all local routes from 5 a.m. to noon. "In these tough economic times with high gas prices, everyone is looking for a way to save money. More>>
UCR Health held their first ever free health event in the Coachella Valley, they say it's the first of many and hope to establish a permanent facility that locals in need of healthcare can count on for their medical needs. More>>
A week-long, morning, summer camp for children at the Southwest Community Church is raising money for The Narrow Door, a local non-profit that helps feed food insecure families in the Coachella Valley. The goal is to raise enough money to build two mobile food kitchens that can make and deliver hot meals to people who often go to bed hungry. More>>
Neighbors who live behind a Palm Springs home say it's looked like a mess for way too long and it's time the owner cleaned up the yard. The owner says it's under construction and he plans to finish the home by September. More>>
A concerned mom wants to know why the Second St. Park in Cathedral City is in such poor shape. She wants the city to repair it so her children can play at the same park she used to play as a little girl. You ask, we investigate: run-down park. More>>
THOUSAND PALMS - Meet Scrappy and Chico. Scrappy is a terrier mix and Chico is a Chihuahua mix. They are both available for adoption at the Coachella Valley Animal Campus in Thousand Palms. More>>
PALM SPRINGS -- Some Palm Springs residents say an intersection in their city isn't only dangerous, it's deadly. One neighbor contacted KMIR, and he's started a petition to encourage the city to make Dinah Shore and Crossley Road intersection safer. More>>
An Indio resident says he paid a lot premium to live next to a park but the city failed to maintain the property and now it's a mess. He says he and his neighbors are tired of living next to the "smelly swamp" and wants the city to clean it up before someone gets sick. More>>
INDIO - A resident at Desert Cove Assisted Living complains the bus he takes outside the living home is almost never on time, forcing him to limit his therapy time at the Stroke Recovery Center in Palm Springs. "I had a 8:40 pick-up and they picked me up here at 9:10," says Martin Sherr, describing an incident last week. Sherr takes Sundial, an inexpensive transportation service for people with disabilities who are certified under the Americans with Disabilities Act. More>>
Alcohol and drug treatment is booming here in the valley. In fact, the number of treatment centers here has doubled in just the past 2 years.While that can mean more treatment options, it also means a greater number of businesses. Some of these businesses may just be looking to empty your wallet.In this special report, KMIR's Angela Monroe tells us how to avoid a rehab rip-off. More>>
CATHEDRAL CITY - Residents and people who own property in an area of Cathedral City known as the "Square Mile" say they're beyond frustrated with the conditions of the streets and asked KMIR to look into what, if anything, is being done about it.
YOU ASK. WE INVESTIGATE. More>>
CATHEDRAL CITY - A resident of Cathedral City emailed to ask us why center medians along Da Vall Drive on near Ramon Road have gone without landscaping for years. He has tried to get to the bottom of the problem on his own but because the property is on the border of Rancho Mirage and Cathedral City there is a question into which city should take responsibility for the maintenance. More>>
Two suspects are now in police custody in connection with the Pinyon Pines triple murder.
Private Investigator Luis B says this was a good day.
CATHEDRAL CITY - Because of Earth Day, a Sky Valley resident asked us to look into why the areas surrounding the Edom Hill Transfer Center, and now a closed landfill, are covered with trash and who is responsible for the clean up. You Ask. We Investigate. More>>
PALM SPRINGS - A resident of Thornhill Place Apartments in Palm Springs says that his apartment is infested with rats and when he tried to get Desert Property Management to help they tried to put a bandage on the serious issue by giving him rat traps. The city of Palm Springs says the dwelling was built without permits and is illegal. Now the resident is being evicted but says he came forward in hopes others aren't stuck living in the conditions he's been forced to live with for months. More>>
It happened on Highway 86, near Salton City just before 6pm. Since then, his mother has been trying to find out why her son was killed.
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Financial Analyst Brian Amidei discusses the top business news of the day.
Financial Analyst Brian Amidei discusses the top business news of the day.
Financial Analyst Brian Amidei discusses the top business news of the day.
Financial Analyst Brian Amidei discusses the top business news of the day.