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  • Rare Haboob Passes Through Coachella Valley

    Rare Haboob Passes Through Coachella Valley

    Thursday, August 21 2014 7:57 PM EDT2014-08-21 23:57:23 GMT
    A haboob, an intense dust storm, started in La Quinta and has since rolled through the entire Coachella Valley. We have received several photos from viewers, including this one near Vista Santa Rosa from Bernabe Aceves.
    A haboob, an intense dust storm, started in La Quinta and has since rolled through the entire Coachella Valley. We have received several photos from viewers, including this one near Vista Santa Rosa from Bernabe Aceves.
  • KMIR NEWS EXCLUSIVE: Attorney for Erin Corwin's Accused Murderer Speaks

    KMIR NEWS EXCLUSIVE: Attorney for Erin Corwin's Accused Murderer Speaks

    Thursday, August 21 2014 8:52 PM EDT2014-08-22 00:52:01 GMT
    PALM DESERT - Christopher Brandon Lee's attorney spoke to KMIR exclusively regarding the murder case of Erin Corwin. He advised Lee to waive his extradition rights to speed up the legal hearings in order to look at the evidence carefully and legal strategies.
    PALM DESERT - Christopher Brandon Lee's attorney spoke to KMIR exclusively regarding the murder case of Erin Corwin. He advised Lee to waive his extradition rights to speed up the legal hearings in order to look at the evidence carefully and legal strategies.
  • YOU ASK. WE INVESTIGATE. ® Jewelry Store Dilemma

    YOU ASK. WE INVESTIGATE. ® Jewelry Store Dilemma

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 10:21 PM EDT2014-08-21 02:21:37 GMT
    INDIAN WELLS - Jay's Jewelry at the Village Shopping Center on Highway 111 closed its doors unexpectedly after owner Vincent Harold passed away in April. Since his death, some customers say they haven't received any of their jewelry back. There's a "For Lease" sign outside the store and a phone number to contact his daughter to arrange pick-ups by appointment.
    INDIAN WELLS - Jay's Jewelry at the Village Shopping Center on Highway 111 closed its doors unexpectedly after owner Vincent Harold passed away in April. Since his death, some customers say they haven't received any of their jewelry back. There's a "For Lease" sign outside the store and a phone number to contact his daughter to arrange pick-ups by appointment.
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