The Desert AIDS Project is gearing up for the 25th Annual Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards. In honor of the fundraising event, NBC Palm Springs is doing a five-part series on the history of HIV/AIDS and where we are today.
Just South of the Coachella Valley a crisis unfolds every day. It takes place at the border between the United States and Mexico, and the Customs and Border Protection agents in charge of keeping the peace are now front and center of criticism following the “Zero Tolerance Policy” by the White House. The CBP agents […]
A newly discovered structure found along the San Andreas Fault near the Salton Sea could trigger the next big Southern California earthquake. A study by the Geological Society of America concludes the so-called Durmid ladder structure could be ground zero for the next “big one” on the San Andreas fault. San Francisco based TV station […]
On June fifth voters will make the decision on whether to approve or deny a four billion dollar bond that will pour millions into many natural restoration efforts including those at the Salton Sea and open more funding for local parks. One of the authors of Proposition 68, Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia, hosted a rally on […]
Local Salton Sea activists squared off with state water officials in Sacramento as water transfers from the Colorado River are set to expire. 15 years ago an agreement was made to cut off water transfers going into the Salton sea from the Colorado river. Now the Salton Sea is in more danger than ever. Did you […]
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Uriel es acusado de homicidio y se mantiene arraigado sin derecho a fianza, mientras las autoridades aún tratan de encontrar un motivo para el crimen.
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