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Local Entertainer Files Discrimination Lawsuit Against Hard Rock

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A well-known entertainer in the desert officially files a lawsuit against the Hard Rock Hotel. Alfie Pettit, known by his stage name Arial Trampway, filed a lawsuit in California Superior Court against the Hard Rock Hotel in Palm Springs, claiming the business discriminated against his DRG BRNCH show at the hotel. Pettit claims the hotel discriminated against him based on sexual orientation. He also claims witnesses, former employees of the Hard Rock, back-up his claims to such...

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Indio

New Details and More Charges Emerge in Hearing For Man Accused of Murdering Police Officers Video included

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Central Homicide investigators and a S.W.A.T. officer from the Riverside County Sheriff's Department took the stand in a preliminary hearing for John Hernandez Feliz, the man accused of murdering Palm Springs Police Officers Jose 'Gil' Vega and Lesley Zerebny. The judge did not allow cameras in the courtroom were not allowed in the courtroom but it was an emotional hearing. Families of the two fallen officers sat in the courtroom and sobbed as investigators recount...

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Indio, CA

Indio Mayor Michael Wilson Responds To Criticism Over His Mayoral Seat Video included

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After a flurry of criticism, new Indio mayor Mike Wilson strikes back at those who say he does not represent the residents of his city.

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Riverside County

Riverside County Confirms First Flu-Related Death

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A Murrieta child who recently died in Riverside County tested positive for influenza, according to health officials.

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Indio

Stone Temple Pilots Announced as 2018 Rhythm, Wine & Brews Experience Headliner

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Tickets went on sale today for the Rhythm, Wine & Brews Experience in Indio, which concert organizers announced will be headlined by Stone Temple Pilots. The concert's early bird sale began at noon for the March 3 event, held annually at the Empire Polo Club, site of the Coachella and Stagecoach music festivals. Stone Temple Pilots will perform along with The Psychedelic Furs, She Wants Revenge and more at the seventh annual festival, which boasts about 100 wineries and brewerie... More>>

Thermal

Man Accused of Girlfriend's Murder Will Undergo Mental Competency Trial

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An Indio man accused of killing his girlfriend and setting fire to the Thermal mobile home she shared with her children will undergo a mental competency trial next month.

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La Quinta

Deputies Apprehend Two Burglary Suspects in La Quinta, Two Schools Locked Down

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Two burglary suspects who fled from sheriff's deputies in La Quinta Friday were in custody, following a suspect search that included locking down two area schools. 

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El Centro

Border Patrol Delivers Gifts to Salvation Army

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U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the El Centro Station delivered gifts to the El Centro Salvation Army Wednesday morning. 

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Palm Desert

Living Desert Celebrating 25 Years of the WildLights Christmas Celebration

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The Living Desert zoo's annual Christmas celebration, ``Wildlights,'' begins tonight and will continue through Christmas Eve. 

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Palm Springs

Palm Springs Unveils the Downtown Redevelopment Project

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It's a day that's been in the works for years, and surrounded by scandal and controversy, Palm Springs is ready to officially unveil the downtown redevelopment project.

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Indian Wells

Indian Wells Considers Contributing For New Hotel

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Palm Springs isn't the only city with its eye on the hospitality industry. A hotel developer is asking the city of Indian Wells to contribute over $7.2 million to pay for public infrastructure.

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Desert Hot Springs

Two Firefighters Hurt in Desert Hot Springs Fire

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Flames ripped through a home in Desert Hot Springs just after 7:00 o'clock on Thursday morning. Firefighters found the attic fully engulfed in flames. Winds created dangerous conditions. The fire burned so hot the roof collapsed. "Fire continued to spread, firefighters had to retreat back and do a offensive attack," says Cal Fire Captain Fernando Herrera adding two firefighters were hurt fighting the fire, "two firefighters received minor injuries and both transported ... More>>

Banning

Man Who Allegedly Struck and Killed Motorcyclist in Banning Arrested

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A man who allegedly struck and killed a motorcyclist in Banning, then ran from the scene is in custody on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter and felony hit and run.

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El Centro

Border Patrol Seeks 3 Year Old Who Showed Appreciation

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U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the El Centro Station are looking for assistance to contact a three-year-old boy named Brandon and his mother who stopped by the El Centro Station to show his appreciation. 

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Indio

Probation Search Leads to Weapons Arrest in Indio

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On December 12, 2017, Detectives from the Indio Police Department’s Street Crimes Unit were conducting follow-up reference several recent shootings.

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Salton City

Border Patrol Discovers Meth in Engine Compartment

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El Centro Sector Border Patrol agents assigned to the Highway 86 checkpoint, arrested a man suspected of smuggling methamphetamine inside a van engine compartment Wednesday morning. 

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Palm Springs

Cathedral City Man Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter for Causing Fatal Palm Springs Wreck While Drunk

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A driver who was under the influence when he caused a Palm Springs crash that killed a passenger in the other car pleaded guilty Thursday to DUI gross vehicular manslaughter and drunken driving charges.

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Desert Hot Springs

Two Firefighters Hurt, Five Residents Displaced by Attic Fire

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A fire that erupted in the attic of a Desert Hot Springs home left two firefighters injured and five residents displaced Thursday morning.

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Indio

School Teaching Golden Rule for Over Three Decades Closing, Leaving Educators and Parents Heartbroken Video included

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Children run to hug Eloise Freeman, at Trinity Lutheran Child Development Center, and tell her they love her frequently. Eloise, better known as Ms. Freeman, has worked at Trinity Lutheran Child Development Center for 35 years. As director, preparing students for elementary school is her passion. "The Lord blessed me with something that I love to do and very few people get that," she says adding that to her, little ones under her care are not j...

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La Quinta

Dehydrated Hiker Rescued from Bear Creek Trailhead

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The dog days of summer are long gone, but the weather can still pose a danger to hikers here in the desert as one man found out Wednesday. 

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Banning

Fire Crews Battling 15-Acre Brush Fire in Banning

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A 15-acre brush fire broke out in a rural area of Banning Wednesday afternoon. 

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Indio

Two Men Charged With Conspiracy in Alleged Palm Desert Purse Snatching

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Two alleged purse-snatchers accused of targeting victims sitting on a restaurant patio in the El Paseo shopping district of Palm Desert were each charged with conspiracy to commit a crime. 

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Indio

Gang Member Arrested After Shots Fired in Indio

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On December 12, 2017, Officer’s from Indio Police Department were in the area of Avenue 45 and Jackson Street when they heard gun shots coming from the desert field area. 

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Coachella Valley

Thousands of Faithful Commemorate Our Lady of Guadalupe Anniversary with Walk Across the Valley Video included

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Ana Silva and her daughter Vanessa Garcia from Coachella are praying for a miracle. "I have NF," says Vanessa. Her mother Ana jumps in, "Neurofibromitosis which is causes cancer in the body and there's no cure for it so i'm asking for Our Lady of Guadalupe to find a cure for it," adding that she has faith walking among the thousands of faithful in the valley who are commemorating a special day. According to believers, this day, December 12 , the anniv... More>>

Indio

Thousands of Pilgrims Walk in Honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe

The Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe is a big event in the Coachella Valley. Thousands gathered at Our Lady of Solitude Catholic Church in Palm Springs for a mass at 4:00 a.m., then, set off on a 35 mile pilgrimage in honor of the Patroness of the Americas. The spiritual journey to Our Lady of Soledad Church in Coachella takes over 12 hours. 

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Salton Sea, CA

Experts Say Water Recycling Plan Could Hurt Salton Sea Video included

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The Coachella Valley Water District wants to recycle more water to help sustain life in the desert. But that move could have some unintended consequences that critics claim would actually hurt our local environment. 

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Palm Springs

Palm Springs Police Department Collects Donations For The Elderly

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When it comes to donations during the holidays, many think about toys and other gifts for children. However, the Palm Springs Police Department is also helping the elderly this holiday season. The department hosted a "stuff the BearCat" event at the Palm Springs Walmart on Tuesday.  

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Palm Springs

Photos: Inside Elvis and Priscilla Presley's Palm Springs Honeymoon Hideway

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Elvis and Priscilla Presley's honeymoon hideaway in the Southern California desert is back on the market.  The Palm Springs landmark designed by influential modernist architect William Krisel has been listed for $5.9 million. The home was famously rented out by "The King" and his wife following their 1967 wedding in Las Vegas.  The midcentury modern residence at 1350 Ladera Circle features five bedrooms and five bathrooms on a little more than an acre of living s... More>>

Salton City

Agents Stop Vehicle and Discover Narcotics Inside Battery

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El Centro Sector Border Patrol agents from the Indio Station, assigned to the Highway 86 immigration checkpoint, arrested a woman suspected of smuggling drugs hidden inside her vehicle’s battery Monday afternoon. 

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La Quinta

Man Killed from Solo Vehicle Crash Into Wall in La Quinta Identified

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A man was killed Tuesday morning when his vehicle crashed into a wall in La Quinta. 

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Palm Springs

Authorities Raid Indoor Marijuana Grow Inside Palm Springs Gated Community, Seize More Than 1,200 Plants

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An indoor marijuana grow at a Palm Springs residence was raided by federal and local authorities Tuesday, with more than 1,200 plants seized by authorities. 

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Palm Desert

Three Hospitalized After Pickup Truck Plunges Off State Route 74

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A pickup truck plunged about 100 feet over the side of the highway south of Palm Desert Tuesday, leaving the truck's three occupants hospitalized. 

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La Quinta

La Quinta Business Owner Marks A Decade of Giving Video included

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This time of year Jonathan's Cleaners in La Quinta turns into a giving place. 

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Cathedral City, CA

Date Palm Bridge Project Causing Headaches For Morning Drivers Video included

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The gift of new bridge is coming to Cathedral City, but the Date Palm bridge expansion project may not be what you expect. Or more to the point, when you might expect it.

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Cathedral City

Local Dispensaries Prepare for Jan. 1

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There are medical marijuana dispensaries across the valley, but not all cities are ready for the new year. Desert Hot Springs will be deciding Tuesday night whether or not its dispensaries will include recreational use. The city of Coachella is also still deciding on permitting several dispensaries. Related: Coachella Residents Split On Proposed Marijuana District However, with the legalization of recreational marijuana sales around the corner, dispensaries that will be op... More>>

Rancho Mirage

Trial Begins for Male Nurse's Assistant Accused of Sexually Assaulting Eisenhower Medical Center Patient

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Trial proceedings began Monday for a former nurse's aide who allegedly sexually assaulted a woman who was a patient at the Rancho Mirage hospital where he worked. 

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Salton City

Border Patrol Seizes Meth Found in Vehicle's Gas Tank

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El Centro Sector Border Patrol agents assigned to the Highway 86 checkpoint, arrested a man suspected of smuggling methamphetamine inside his vehicle’s gas tank on Saturday morning. 

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Thermal

Suspect Arrested for Metal Theft, Vandalism of Farming Communities

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On Friday, December 8, 2017, at approximately 12:41 pm, Thermal Station Deputies, assigned to the Southern Coachella Valley Community Services District Team, continued their investigation into on-going metal thefts from the farming communities of Thermal, Mecca and Oasis. 

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Thousand Palms

Thousand Palms House Fire Quickly Contained to Attic

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Firefighters quickly contained a blaze that broke out in the attic of a Thousand Palms home Monday. 

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Queens of the Stone Age Singer Apologizes for Concert Kick

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INGLEWOOD, Calif. (AP) — Queens of the Stone Age frontman Joshua Homme has apologized after a photographer claimed the singer kicked her camera while she photographed the band's concert in Southern California.

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Hundreds of Kids Gifted Bikes

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Santa got some help spreading holiday cheer to Coachella Valley kids as Variety the Children's Charity of the Desert hosted the 22nd annual Bike Giveaway at Palm Springs Motors. 

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Bermuda Dunes

Car Show Cruises to New Location Video included

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The second annual American Car Show, hosted by The American Outreach Foundation, cruised to Bermuda Dunes Airport on Saturday.  

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Coachella Valley

Families of Missing Couple Praying For a Christmas Miracle

December 10, 2017 marks seven months since Jonathan Darling Reynoso and Audrey Moran disappeared from the Coachella Valley. 

Their families are praying they're home for Christmas. 

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NBC News

Generation at Risk: America's Young Facing Mental Health Crisis

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Alex Crotty was just 11 when things started feeling wrong. It wasn’t just a matter of being unhappy. She always felt empty and miserable — never content or connected to other children. For years, she suffered alone, filled with shame. She switched schools, but that didn’t help. “I didn't feel unloved. I just felt numb to the world. Like, I was surrounded by great things, but just I couldn't be happy. And I didn't know why that was,” Alex told NBC News. ... More>>

Coachella, CA

Coachella Holiday Parade Lights Up Harrison Street

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The signs of the holiday season are everywhere but no where were they more visible Friday night then in Coachella as the city hosts it's annual holiday parade. 

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Indio

Indio Company Invents New Modular Housing

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A new way to build homes is being developed out of Indio. It's called the genesis system and it is a form of modular housing. Guy Assif of Quadrow Specialty Environments helped designed the buildings.

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Thermal

Vehicle Fatally Strikes Bicyclist in Thermal

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Police authorities are investigating a collision which left one person dead. 

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Coachella

DUI Suspect Arrested After Collision in Coachella

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On Friday, December 7, 2017, at 8:47 P.M. the Coachella Police Department responded to a traffic collision on Harrison Street and Westerfield Way in the City of Coachella. 

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Indio, CA

New Indio Mayor Begins Term Amid Criticism Video included

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New Indio Mayor Michael Wilson is facing criticism from sanctuary city activists and the community one day his term began. His critics saying the new mayor does not represent the views of the city's residents. 

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Palm Desert

Christmas Tree Prices On The Rise

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This holiday season, Christmas trees are more expensive. "You could get a 10 foot tree for $120, and now we can't get them for $120 some of them," said Rio Liberty, the owner of Liberty Trees at the corner of Highway 111 and San Luis Rey. 

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Cathedral City

Cathedral City Man Loses Family Home To Creek Fire

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Tucked away in Sunland, CA is an old English cottage built in the 1930's. The house belongs to the Sanders family, but was destroyed Tuesday afternoon by the raging Creek fire. 

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Indio

Indio Police Pursuit Leads to Three Arrests, School Lockdown

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Three suspects were taken into custody in Indio Thursday following a vehicle pursuit that triggered a residential neighborhood search and a brief lockdown of a local elementary school. 

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Palm Desert

Jurors Convict Hit Man Accused in Decades-Old Murder

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A contract killer who was hired 25 years ago to murder his employer's romantic rival, a Palm Desert man whose remains were found buried in a Nevada streambed, was convicted Wednesday of murder. 

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Palm Springs

Holstege and Middleton Sworn in to Palm Springs City Council

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Palm Springs swears in two new city council members and the city has made history. The city has gained national attention for the election of Lisa Middleton, a transgender woman, and Christy Holstege, who identifies as bisexual.

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Rancho Mirage, CA

SCE Transformer Inspection Policy Draws Criticism In Rancho Mirage Video included

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A Rancho Mirage man says Southern California Edison is playing favorites. The utility is ordering him to clear shrubs around a transformer in his front yard but neighbors right next door with even worse vegetation are not being asked to change a thing. 

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Palm Springs

Psychologist Evaluation Ordered For Palm Springs Man Accused in Mother's Shooting Death

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A woman shot at a Palm Springs home Monday was hospitalized in critical condition, and police were questioning several men. 

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Riverside

Felony Charges Filed Against 18-Year-Old Man Accused of Molesting Children at Riverside Motel

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Felony charges were filed Wednesday against an 18-year- old man accused of molesting two children in a Riverside motel room, and suspected of doing the same to dozens of other underage victims in various locations over the last eight years. 

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Indio

Former Assemblyman Pleads Not Guilty to Allegedly Helping Wife Commit Suicide

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The district attorney's office confirmed Monday that former California assemblyman and Palm Desert resident Steve Clute is facing a felony charge for allegedly helping his wife commit suicide last year. 

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Riverside

Man Arrested for Alleged Car Burglaries at Riverside Business

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A 55-year-old man was arrested for allegedly breaking into a Riverside business, burglarizing several company cars and attempting to get away in one of them, police said Wednesday.

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Hillside Brush Fire Prompts Evacuations, Traffic Disaster Near Getty Center

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Firefighters are battling a raging 50-acre brush fire that shut down the 405 Freeway near the world-famous Getty Center, prompting mandatory evacuations for residents and shutting down one of the busiest freeways in Los Angeles. 

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Palm Desert, CA

Trump Administration Proposes Change To Restaurant Tip Sharing Rules

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The Trump administration today continues it's efforts to role back Obama era regulations. This time it has to do with how restaurant employees share their tips.

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Desert Hot Springs

Desert Hot Springs City Council Recognizes Local 'California Teacher of the Year'

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 The city of Desert Hot Springs recognizes two teachers, one specifically for being the California teacher of the year, at Tuesday night’s city council meeting.

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Cathedral City

Cathedral City Fire Department Sends Engine to Fight Thomas Fire

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The Thomas fire in Ventura County is impacting people across Southern California and here in the desert. Four firefighters from Cathedral City left early Tuesday morning to help battle the flames. Battlion Chief Robert Allison said his firefighters are putting their lives on the line. "You could have brush anywhere from five or six to 15 to 20 feet tall," Allison said. "You're working an area that you're not familliar with and they're sticking y...

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Coachella

Pedestrian Struck by Vehicle in Coachella Suffers Major Injuries

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A male pedestrian is recovering from major injuries after being struck by a vehicle at Harrison and Avenue 52 in Coachella late Monday night. 

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Cathedral City

Cathedral City Officer-Involved Crash Took Place During Suspect Pursuit

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A Cathedral City crash that injured two California Highway Patrol officers and an uninvolved motorist and his passenger occurred during a pursuit of a speeding suspect who remains at large. 

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Palm Springs

Ex-Hotel Employee Accused of Installing Hidden Camera in Bathroom to Stand Trial

Ex-Hotel Employee Pleads Guilty to Installing Hidden Camera in Bathroom Ex-Hotel Employee Pleads Guilty to Installing Hidden Camera in Bathroom
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A former Palm Springs hotel employee who installed a hidden camera found by a guest inside a bathroom pleaded guilty Thursday to a misdemeanor invasion of privacy charge...

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Cactus City

Coroners Confirm Missing San Diego Veteran's Body Found in Cactus City

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The Riverside County coroner confirmed Tuesday that remains found inside a shallow grave in the desert east of the Coachella Valley last week were that of retired Army Capt. Julia Jacobson, whose ex-husband is suspected of murdering her.

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La Quinta

Exclusive: Fired Head Football Coach Looking for Explanation, Part One

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Three days after La Quinta High School's football season came to an end, so did Dan Armstrong's 23-year career as the Blackhawks head coach. 

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Palm Springs, CA

C.O.D. Eminent Domain Case Over Palm Springs Mall Goes To Court Video included

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The battle over the Palm Springs Mall is heading to court as attorneys for College Of The Desert try to invoke eminent domain after negotiations with the property owner failed.

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Thousand Palms

Man Trapped, Seriously Injured in Thousand Palms Worksite Accident

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Nearly two dozen firefighters responded at 10:44 a.m. to the Desert Recycling Center in the 27100 block of Sierra del Sol.

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Thermal

Distracted Driver Causes Crash near Dillon Road

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Riverside County Firefighters responded to reports around 11:40 AM of a traffic collision with extrication involving a passenger pick up truck and a big rig east of Dillon Road on Interstate 10.

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Coachella

Thousand Palms Man and Woman Charged in Alleged Coachella Summer Attempted Murder, Burglary

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Attempted murder and other felony charges were filed Monday against a Thousand Palms man accused in a Coachella burglary and assault last summer.

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Calexico

Border Patrol Agents Arrest Convicted Sex Offender in Calexico

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U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the El Centro Sector arrested a previously deported sex offender, who illegally entered the United States Sunday night.

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Rancho Mirage

Rancho Mirage Students Focus on Future in Automobile Industry

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Students at Rancho Mirage High School got up close with some unique cars Monday. It's all part of a program at their school to help those who are interested in the automotive industry, get expert advice from those already in the career.

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International Tamale Festival Steams Up Downtown Indio Video included

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Tis the season for tamales. The city of festivals hosting the nation's largest tamale festival. 

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Palm Desert

Vietnam Vet Visits Huey on Display Video included

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An U.S. Army Huey helicopter on display, is gutted, it can still transport Gary Lucas, to Vietnam 50 years ago. "I can almost hear their voices and relive the experience," says Lucas.  Lucas served two tours in Vietnam as an Army pilot, flying more than 740 combat missions. His job was to support troops on the ground. He remembers being called in to help a team that came under fire in the dead of night, the problem the enemy was only 75 feet away. "I did wh... More>>

Desert Hot Springs

Valley Man Battling Insurance Company After Partner Dies of AIDS Video included

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"He's the love of my life," says Rand Sauden through tears. Sauden says there's not a day that goes by that he doesn't think about his long time partner Robert Carey-Hogue, adding, "I miss him everyday. Carey-Hogue, died at the age of 40 of complications from AIDA in 2011. Sauden says PacificCare, his insurance company at the time he was sick stopped coverage for his HIV / AIDA medication, so they took them to court, "Our doctor testified at the injunction hearin...

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Palm Springs

Palm Springs Festival of Lights Parade Celebrates 25 Years

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Saturday, December 2, 2017, for the first time ever, KMIR News will broadcast the 25th Annual Palm Springs Festival of Lights Parade live. The event now draws an estimated 100,000 spectators to downtown Palm Springs every year. Beginning at 5:45PM, the parade will ring in the season with more than 90 floats decked out in holiday lights, celebrity guests like HGTV’s Desert Flippers, Eric and Lindsey Bennett, equestrians, bands, giant balloons overhead and more. Pairin... More>>

Coachella, CA

Coachella Residents Split On Proposed Marijuana District Video included

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The debate over a proposed marijuana district in the city of Coachella is starting to heat up as people who live in the area begin to think about the future of their city.

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Indio

Two Gang Members Arrested in Indio, Drugs and Weapons Seized

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On November 27, 2017, Street Crimes Unit (SCU) Detectives arrested 20-year-old Jackson Terrace gang member Jesus “Ghost” Zepeda for being a parolee at large.

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Palm Springs

Electric Bikes Have Same Road Rules As Cars

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For Dennis McCain, his electric bicycle is his only way to get around town. "I haven't owned a car in nearly 27 years," McCain explained.  Electric bicycles are seemingly getting more popular. Bryan Newman, the owner of Pedego Electric Bikes in La Quinta said more people are buying electric bikes. "This business has doubled every year, and I for see it to get better," Newman said. His bikes are the same as any other, except it can go up to 20 M...

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Palm Springs, CA

Fine Silt Proves Difficult To Clean After Flooding In Mobile Home Park

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The Safari Mobile Home Park in Palm Springs is finding it difficult to fully remove a fine silt that was left behind from a flood in September. 

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Palm Desert

Father Daughter Duo Take on Hardcourts at Xavier Prep

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Xavier Prep girls basketball enters this season with a news head coach, Thaddis Bosley. 

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Rancho Mirage

Masseur Arrested for Allegedly Touching Clients Inappropriately at Rancho Mirage Resort

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A masseur who allegedly touched clients inappropriately while working at a Rancho Mirage resort was released on bail Thursday following his arrest on suspicion of sexual battery. 

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Palm Desert

Second Suspect in Palm Desert Business Break-in Arrested

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On Sunday, November 26, 2017, at about 4:30 AM, Officers from the Palm Desert Police Department responded to an alarm call at a business located in the 34000 block of Monterey Avenue, Palm Desert.

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Indian Wells

"He's My Best Friend": Indian Wells Couple Celebrates 75 Years of Marriage

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Lorne and Anne Froats of Indian Wells are celebrating 75 years of marriage.

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Coachella Valley

Will Wave of Sexual Harassment Allegations Change the Workplace for the Better? Video included

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We've seen the headlines, woman after woman coming forward with allegations of sexual harassment against well known CEOs, comedians, news anchors and politicians. And men have come forward too. "They're powerful they can do things they can control people by giving them a job, a recommendation," says Ed Oehler from Ranho Mirage adding that he used to work in the corporate world where anti-harassment training is mandatory, "it's kind of surprising to see that people in g...

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    Local Entertainer Files Discrimination Lawsuit Against Hard Rock

    Local Entertainer Files Discrimination Lawsuit Against Hard Rock

    Sunday, December 17 2017 2:50 AM EST2017-12-17 07:50:55 GMT

    A well-known entertainer in the desert officially files a lawsuit against the Hard Rock Hotel. Alfie Pettit, known by his stage name Arial Trampway, filed a lawsuit in California Superior Court against the Hard Rock Hotel in Palm Springs, claiming the business discriminated against his DRG BRNCH show at the hotel. Pettit claims the hotel discriminated against him based on sexual orientation. He also claims witnesses, former employees of the Hard Rock, back-up his claims to such...

    A well-known entertainer in the desert officially files a lawsuit against the Hard Rock Hotel. Alfie Pettit, known by his stage name Arial Trampway, filed a lawsuit in California Superior Court against the Hard Rock Hotel in Palm Springs, claiming the business discriminated against his DRG BRNCH show at the hotel. Pettit claims the hotel discriminated against him based on sexual orientation. He also claims witnesses, former employees of the Hard Rock, back-up his claims to such...

  • Riverside County

    Riverside County Confirms First Flu-Related Death

    Riverside County Confirms First Flu-Related Death

    Friday, December 15 2017 7:38 PM EST2017-12-16 00:38:15 GMT

    A Murrieta child who recently died in Riverside County tested positive for influenza, according to health officials.

    A Murrieta child who recently died in Riverside County tested positive for influenza, according to health officials.

  • La Quinta

    Deputies Apprehend Two Burglary Suspects in La Quinta, Two Schools Locked Down

    Deputies Apprehend Two Burglary Suspects in La Quinta, Two Schools Locked Down

    Friday, December 15 2017 6:14 PM EST2017-12-15 23:14:34 GMT

    Two burglary suspects who fled from sheriff's deputies in La Quinta Friday were in custody, following a suspect search that included locking down two area schools. 

    Two burglary suspects who fled from sheriff's deputies in La Quinta Friday were in custody, following a suspect search that included locking down two area schools. 

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