• Cathedral City State of the City: The Year We Rise

    [bc_video video_id=”6010444590001″ account_id=”5728959025001″ player_id=”Hkbio1usDM” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%”] From restaurants to car dealerships to more housing developments, there’s big plans for Cathedral City. Mayor Mark Carnevale called this year, “The year we rise,” in his State of the City address on Tuesday. “The casino is coming up, the cultivation buildings are coming […]

  • Small Child Rescued After Fire Near Downtown LA

    A toddler suffering seizures was rescued by firefighters and paramedics at the scene of a fire Monday. A structure fire in on the 1000 block of W. Wilshire Boulevard, near the Financial District in downtown Los Angeles, resulted in firefighters responding to the scene and putting out the blaze in a trash chute in approximately […]

  • Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs Leaves Town This Week

    The Hard Rock Hotel in Palm Springs is just shy of five years of being in business, but a statement from their corporate office said they will pull their brand from the desert on Thursday. The Coachella Valley locals are reacting over the hotel’s decision to leave town, such as Myra Monroy who hoped to […]

  • Non-Injury Fire Erupts Inside Palm Springs Restaurant

    Palm Springs, CA A fire broke out in the kitchen of a Palm Springs restaurant Wednesday morning, but was quickly contained by city fire crews. Story: Joshua Tree Couple Released From Jail Just before 8 a.m., Palm Springs police and fire personnel responded to a fire at Bongo Johnny’s Patio Bar and Grille, 214 E. Arenas […]

  • Shop Owners Take Storefront Back From Panhandler

    Palm Springs, CA Just yesterday shop owners were upset that Patrick Bradley continued to harass their customers, scaring them away. Today, those same shop owners took action to get their storefront back. “We have decided to go ahead and get a restraining order.” Patricia Nelson, the owner of Great Shakes in downtown Palm Springs, told us after and […]

  • Palm Springs City Council To Review Latest Plans On Indian Canyon Drive

    Palm Springs, CA The Palm Springs City Council on Wednesday night will review the latest plans that would make Indian Canyon Drive a two-way street. "Making Indian Canyon two-ways, if we can do it with outside funding from the county and the state, it will provide pedestrian safety, driver safety and improve all those business on Indian Canyon, helping […]

  • Construction Will Resume for ‘Stonehenge’ Andaz Hyatt Hotel

    Palm Springs, CA After years of delays, another controversial hotel project in downtown Palm Springs will be back under construction soon. The Andaz Hyatt Hotel is growing out of an empty lot on North Palm Canyon Dr. It has been sitting vacant and then unfinished since the height of the recession. Last week at the […]

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