• Cathedral City Cove Undergoing Summer-Long Electrical Maintenance

    An entire neighborhood in the Cathedral City Cove is basically at the mercy of Southern California Edison while the utility works on a huge project in the area. Now people who live in the work zone say organization and communication is lacking. As Southern California Edison works to upgrade an outdated system, residents of the Cathedral City Cove can only stand by and wait. […]

  • District Attorney Reviewing Case Against Stepping Stones Learning Center

    A physical altercation that landed a student at Stepping Stones Learning Center in the hospital is now in the hands of the district attorney’s office. The executive director of the learning center accused of body slamming a 13-year-old boy. The case is under review by the district attorney’s office which will ultimately decide whether to prosecute. Meanwhile, former instructors at […]

  • Lost Dog Reunited With Owner After Four Years

    After arriving to the veterinarians office, Melisa Manning recounts the moment she found out her furry friend Nico was found alive after being lost for more than four years. “I got a call from the Avid Microchip company saying, ‘we found your dog.” I thought, ‘it’s not possible. This is a mistake. Can they make this big of […]

  • Fight Over Measure C In Palm Springs Smolders After Vote

    The hotly-contested Measure C ban on short term vacation rentals in Palm Springs was soundly defeated Tuesday night. But at least one-third of Palm Springs residents are still very unhappy about party houses in their neighborhood. Stakeholders in the battle over short-term vacation rentals disagree on pretty much everything. But the one thing they both agree […]

  • Measure C Dirty Politics?

    A nasty fight over short-term rentals is getting uglier as we approach election day. A video has surfaced of a signature gatherer hired by a consulting firm for the Yes on Measure C camp misleading potential voters. Opponents of Measure C say the video is proof of dirty tactics by supporters of the ban on vacation rentals in […]

  • WWII Veteran Honored At Palm Springs Air Museum

    More than 70 years ago, World War II veteran Nick Heurta fought in the South Pacific. On his 91st birthday, Huerta was honored at the Palm Springs Air Museum where he was brought face to face with the same model airplane he used to serve his country. Navy Seaman First Class Huerta was a tail gunner, also known as a “tail-end Charlie.” […]

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