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  • More Customers Come Forward About 'Missing' Jewelry

    More Customers Come Forward About 'Missing' Jewelry

    Friday, August 29 2014 9:48 PM EDT2014-08-30 01:48:07 GMT
    INDIAN WELLS - More customers from Jay's Manufacturing Jewelers are coming forward about their missing possessions."We're talking about $11,000 worth of jewelry. I want it back, that's all I want. I just want my jewelry back," says Jerome Anifson of Thousand Palms. 
    INDIAN WELLS - More customers from Jay's Manufacturing Jewelers are coming forward about their missing possessions."We're talking about $11,000 worth of jewelry. I want it back, that's all I want. I just want my jewelry back," says Jerome Anifson of Thousand Palms. 
  • KMIR EXCLUSIVE: 'It was Like a Bad Movie' Says Armed Robbery Victim

    KMIR EXCLUSIVE: 'It was Like a Bad Movie' Says Armed Robbery Victim

    Thursday, August 28 2014 8:36 PM EDT2014-08-29 00:36:40 GMT
    PALM SPRINGS - 82-year-old Topper Smith was victim of an armed robbery inside his Palm Springs home at Sunshine Villas, a gated community."I came out of my room and found this man standing with his arm around her neck with a very large butcher knife in his hand," remembers Smith.
    PALM SPRINGS - 82-year-old Topper Smith was victim of an armed robbery inside his Palm Springs home at Sunshine Villas, a gated community."I came out of my room and found this man standing with his arm around her neck with a very large butcher knife in his hand," remembers Smith.
  • West Nile Virus Found in Desert Hot Springs

    West Nile Virus Found in Desert Hot Springs

    Saturday, August 30 2014 6:34 PM EDT2014-08-30 22:34:55 GMT
    DESERT HOT SPRINGS -- Twenty mosquito samples collected in the Coachella Valley have tested positive for West Nile virus, including this year's first positive sample from the western end of valley.
    DESERT HOT SPRINGS -- Twenty mosquito samples collected in the Coachella Valley have tested positive for West Nile virus, including this year's first positive sample from the western end of valley.
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