• North Shore families left without rooftops; little help from local leaders

    H undreds of locals in the far eastern Coachella Valley woke up to a dangerous scene. Dozens of downed power poles with lines dangling near homes, widespread power outages, road closures, and whole rooftops gone. The Centeno family knows first-hand, it was their roof that was ripped off of their home and flung across the […]

  • California’s Students Can Eat School Meals For Free

    When classrooms in California reopen for the fall term, every student, regardless of family income, will get a free meal in public school. “650 million dollars will be invested so that no child goes home hungry,” said Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia.  This is all thanks to the state’s budget surplus, 6.2 million public schools will offer […]

  • Students Soar High in CVUSD Aviation Program

    Joseph Howard Marrotte, a senior at Desert Mirage High School, never thought aviation would be in his reach. “Policemen, lawyers, things that you grow up thinking, that’s the only thing that is out there,” said Marrotte. Coming from a low income family, Joseph said it was difficult to see himself as a future pilot.  His […]

  • Kids survive catastrophic mobile home fire in Indio

    It started with flame and then the scream for help. That is what Inesa Bautista said she heard coming from her younger brother after their home at Pueblo el Sol mobile home park in Indio burst into flames. It then quickly spread to two other mobile homes, burning all three. “I don’t think i would […]

  • New SunLine service may improve public transportation in east valley

    Guillermo Gonzalez takes the bus every day from North Shore near the Salton sea to Coachella for work. He says his daily commute has always been a burden for him. “In North Shore the bus comes around every three hours,” said Gonzalez.  In parts of the far eastern valley, roads do not have a proper […]

  • Coachella Valley ‘Dreamers’ concerned about new changes for DACA

    Just two months ago, local DACA recipients were cheering as the Supreme Court ruled against the Trump administration’s reason for ending the program.  The Supreme Court said the administration had to restore protections and benefits for DREAMERS and begin accepting new applications. However, it’s not what happened. “These people are now afraid and frustrated,” Claudio […]

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