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  • Three Local Sisters Giving Back to Deserving Students

    Three Local Sisters Giving Back to Deserving Students

    Friday, February 16 2018 8:09 PM EST2018-02-17 01:09:45 GMT
    The Coachella Valley is home to the Kamoei sisters. They all graduated from Coachella Valley High School not too long ago, the eldest is class of 2005. But at their young age, Bahareh, Bita and Sara run their own real estate company. "Because we are all from the desert we have so much knowledge, like local knowledge of every city in the desert," Bita said. "The Coachella Valley has just been growing so much over the past few years" Real estate is not w...
    The Coachella Valley is home to the Kamoei sisters. They all graduated from Coachella Valley High School not too long ago, the eldest is class of 2005. But at their young age, Bahareh, Bita and Sara run their own real estate company. "Because we are all from the desert we have so much knowledge, like local knowledge of every city in the desert," Bita said. "The Coachella Valley has just been growing so much over the past few years" Real estate is not w...
  • Palm Springs, CA

    Feral Cat Population Increase In Palm Springs Neighborhood Prompts Health Concerns

    Feral Cat Population Increase In Palm Springs Neighborhood Prompts Health Concerns

    Friday, February 16 2018 7:52 PM EST2018-02-17 00:52:09 GMT

    People in the movie colony east neighborhood in Palm Springs say the feral cat population there is exploding and it could cause serious health problems for some.

    People in the movie colony east neighborhood in Palm Springs say the feral cat population there is exploding and it could cause serious health problems for some.

  • Powerful Earthquake Hits Oaxaca, Mexico

    Powerful Earthquake Hits Oaxaca, Mexico

    Friday, February 16 2018 7:22 PM EST2018-02-17 00:22:06 GMT

    A powerful earthquake shook buildings in Mexico City Friday evening. 

    A powerful earthquake shook buildings in Mexico City Friday evening. 

  • Cathedral City

    Flames Destroy RV in Cathedral City Resort Park

    Flames Destroy RV in Cathedral City Resort Park

    Friday, February 16 2018 6:47 PM EST2018-02-16 23:47:09 GMT
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    Firefighters in Cathedral City responded to reports of a fire around 2:00pm Friday at the Desert Shadows Resort RV Park.  

    Firefighters in Cathedral City responded to reports of a fire around 2:00pm Friday at the Desert Shadows Resort RV Park.  

  • Indio

    Police Investigate Robbery at Indio Business, Suspect Wanted

    Police Investigate Robbery at Indio Business, Suspect Wanted

    Friday, February 16 2018 7:00 PM EST2018-02-17 00:00:52 GMT

    Indio police are investigating a robbery at a business in the 81900 block of Hwy 111 near Monroe Street. 

    Indio police are investigating a robbery at a business in the 81900 block of Hwy 111 near Monroe Street. 

  • Indio

    Riverside County Fair and National Date Festival Opens Friday

    Riverside County Fair and National Date Festival Opens Friday

    Thursday, February 15 2018 1:53 PM EST2018-02-15 18:53:39 GMT

    The 72nd annual Riverside County Fair and National Date Festival in Indio will kick off 10 days of fun with a Friday morning opening ceremony and discounted entry for the first 2,000 guests. 

    The 72nd annual Riverside County Fair and National Date Festival in Indio will kick off 10 days of fun with a Friday morning opening ceremony and discounted entry for the first 2,000 guests. 

  • Coachella

    Coachella Woman Arrested for Alleged Fraud at Indian Wells Bank

    Coachella Woman Arrested for Alleged Fraud at Indian Wells Bank

    Friday, February 16 2018 5:04 PM EST2018-02-16 22:04:49 GMT

    A Coachella woman who allegedly tried to pass a forged check at an Indian Wells bank was in custody Friday following a weeks-long investigation. 

    A Coachella woman who allegedly tried to pass a forged check at an Indian Wells bank was in custody Friday following a weeks-long investigation. 

  • Palm Springs

    Police: Medical Condition Possibly Caused Woman's Fatal Palm Springs Crash

    Police: Medical Condition Possibly Caused Woman's Fatal Palm Springs Crash

    Friday, February 16 2018 1:07 PM EST2018-02-16 18:07:37 GMT

    A woman who crashed into a concrete wall at a Palm Springs apartment complex died of her injuries at a hospital, police said Friday. 

    A woman who crashed into a concrete wall at a Palm Springs apartment complex died of her injuries at a hospital, police said Friday. 

  • Thermal

    Ex-Thermal Teacher Convicted in Child Sex Case

    Ex-Thermal Teacher Convicted in Child Sex Case

    Thursday, February 15 2018 7:26 PM EST2018-02-16 00:26:52 GMT

    Anthony Robert Korwin, 59, of Vista, a former green energy and technology teacher at Desert Mirage High, was convicted Wednesday.

    Anthony Robert Korwin, 59, of Vista, a former green energy and technology teacher at Desert Mirage High, was convicted Wednesday.

  • Gabriel Fernandez: Child Abuse Tragedy

    Gabriel Fernandez: Child Abuse Tragedy

    Thursday, February 15 2018 5:57 PM EST2018-02-15 22:57:58 GMT
    Eight-year-old Gabriel Fernandez's shocking death following years of child abuse allegations sparked calls for reform of the county's child protection system. The boy's mother and her boyfriend were charged in the boy's torture and death.  A jury found 37-year-old Isauro Aguirre guilty Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017. The boy's mother, Pearl Sinthia Fernandez, pleaded guilty to first degree murder Feb. 15, 2018-- five years after the boy's death. Eight-year-old Gabriel Fer...
    Eight-year-old Gabriel Fernandez's shocking death following years of child abuse allegations sparked calls for reform of the county's child protection system. The boy's mother and her boyfriend were charged in the boy's torture and death.  A jury found 37-year-old Isauro Aguirre guilty Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017. The boy's mother, Pearl Sinthia Fernandez, pleaded guilty to first degree murder Feb. 15, 2018-- five years after the boy's death. Eight-year-old Gabriel Fer...
  • Coachella

    Parolee Arrested for Alleged Coachella Shooting

    Parolee Arrested for Alleged Coachella Shooting

    Thursday, February 15 2018 3:44 PM EST2018-02-15 20:44:44 GMT

    A parolee who allegedly shot a person in Coachella last month is being held without bail. 

    A parolee who allegedly shot a person in Coachella last month is being held without bail. 

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  • Desert Hot Springs

    One Dead in Desert Hot Springs Shooting Wednesday Night

    One Dead in Desert Hot Springs Shooting Wednesday Night

    Wednesday, February 14 2018 11:48 PM EST2018-02-15 04:48:28 GMT

    One person is dead following a shooting in Desert Hot Springs Wednesday night. Police do not have a suspect in custody, 

    One person is dead following a shooting in Desert Hot Springs Wednesday night. Police do not have a suspect in custody, 

  • Coachella Valley

    Pete Carlson's Athlete of the Week: Ausencio "Chino" Lara

    Pete Carlson's Athlete of the Week: Ausencio "Chino" Lara

    Friday, February 16 2018 6:19 PM EST2018-02-16 23:19:55 GMT
    It all started by simply showing up to a cheer competition. Xavier Prep Junior, Ausencio "Chino" Lara says, "I was like, this looks really fun, I'll just do it." "He reached out to me via email and said I would really like to be a part of this and I said alright talk to our athletic director and got the thumbs up and Chino has decided to be our first male cheerleader in the history of Xavier cheer," his coach says. Chino is a linebacker and ru...
    It all started by simply showing up to a cheer competition. Xavier Prep Junior, Ausencio "Chino" Lara says, "I was like, this looks really fun, I'll just do it." "He reached out to me via email and said I would really like to be a part of this and I said alright talk to our athletic director and got the thumbs up and Chino has decided to be our first male cheerleader in the history of Xavier cheer," his coach says. Chino is a linebacker and ru...
  • Indio

    Driver Suspected of Killing Tour de Palm Springs Cyclist Had Suspended License, Multiple Speeding Violations

    Driver Suspected of Killing Tour de Palm Springs Cyclist Had Suspended License, Multiple Speeding Violations

    Wednesday, February 14 2018 5:59 PM EST2018-02-14 22:59:07 GMT
    A Desert Hot Springs man accused of barreling through a group of Tour de Palm Springs cyclists at 100 miles per hour, killing one of them, had a history of speeding and other traffic violations, including three citations in the span of one month, according to court records. Ronnie R. Huerta Jr., 21, of Desert Hot Springs, is accused in the Saturday morning crash that killed 54-year-old Mark Kristofferson of  Lake Stevens, Washington, who was pronounced dead at the scene. A ...
    A Desert Hot Springs man accused of barreling through a group of Tour de Palm Springs cyclists at 100 miles per hour, killing one of them, had a history of speeding and other traffic violations, including three citations in the span of one month, according to court records. Ronnie R. Huerta Jr., 21, of Desert Hot Springs, is accused in the Saturday morning crash that killed 54-year-old Mark Kristofferson of  Lake Stevens, Washington, who was pronounced dead at the scene. A ...
  • Palm Springs

    Water Agencies Discuss Water Regulations In the Midst of Statewide Drought

    Water Agencies Discuss Water Regulations In the Midst of Statewide Drought

    Friday, February 16 2018 6:23 PM EST2018-02-16 23:23:00 GMT

    A warmer Winter is causing concern among water agencies across the Coachella Valley, potentially sending us back into another drought. 2017 was the wettest year the valley has had in almost a decade and it gave several water agencies a chance to really think about ways for cities and residents to conserve water.

    A warmer Winter is causing concern among water agencies across the Coachella Valley, potentially sending us back into another drought. 2017 was the wettest year the valley has had in almost a decade and it gave several water agencies a chance to really think about ways for cities and residents to conserve water.

  • School shooter will offer to plead guilty, public defender says

    School shooter will offer to plead guilty, public defender says

    Holding candles and each other, community members in Parkland, Florida, gathered Thursday night to honor the 17 people who were gunned down at the local high school.
    Nikolas Cruz wants to plead guilty so that he can avoid the death penalty and spare a traumatized South Florida community a trial that would recount horrifying details of his mass shooting, a top public defender said Friday.
  • Indio

    Gun Toting Teens Caught on Camera

    Gun Toting Teens Caught on Camera

    Monday, February 12 2018 9:49 PM EST2018-02-13 02:49:17 GMT
    An Indio homeowner, who did not want to be identified says, Friday night after he was alerted to as shooting in his neighborhood he checked his home security system. He says when he saw three teenage boys running with large weapons on the screen, he was stunned, "I was really shocked ... I did not expect to see the guns, to just see kids running then we see they were all rifles that really shocked us."  He says an officer told him one of the guns appears to ...
    An Indio homeowner, who did not want to be identified says, Friday night after he was alerted to as shooting in his neighborhood he checked his home security system. He says when he saw three teenage boys running with large weapons on the screen, he was stunned, "I was really shocked ... I did not expect to see the guns, to just see kids running then we see they were all rifles that really shocked us."  He says an officer told him one of the guns appears to ...
  • Cathedral City, CA

    Huge Marijuana Growing Facility In Cathedral City Now Under Construction

    Huge Marijuana Growing Facility In Cathedral City Now Under Construction

    Saturday, February 10 2018 12:31 AM EST2018-02-10 05:31:36 GMT

    A marijuana growing facility in Cathedral City is starting to take shape and when the project is completed it is set to be the second largest marijuana growing facility in the state. 

    A marijuana growing facility in Cathedral City is starting to take shape and when the project is completed it is set to be the second largest marijuana growing facility in the state. 

  • Former Playboy model claims she had an affair with Trump, report says

    Former Playboy model claims she had an affair with Trump, report says

    Friday, February 16 2018 1:02 PM EST2018-02-16 18:02:06 GMT
    President Donald Trump and his allies concealed an affair with a former Playboy model through secret meetings, payoffs and legal arrangements, according to a report published Friday in The New Yorker. Karen McDougal, a former Playboy Playmate of the Year, documented her alleged nine-month affair with Trump in an eight-page handwritten note shared with The New Yorker. McDougal, 46, claims Trump once offered to pay her after they had sex in a private bungalow at the Beverly Hills...
    President Donald Trump and his allies concealed an affair with a former Playboy model through secret meetings, payoffs and legal arrangements, according to a report published Friday in The New Yorker. Karen McDougal, a former Playboy Playmate of the Year, documented her alleged nine-month affair with Trump in an eight-page handwritten note shared with The New Yorker. McDougal, 46, claims Trump once offered to pay her after they had sex in a private bungalow at the Beverly Hills...
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