• Gubernatorial candidate Caitlyn Jenner visits the valley amid recall efforts

    As Governor Gavin Newsom hit the campaign trail this weekend to fight the republican-led effort to oust him, one of his challengers, caitlyn jenner makes her case during her visit to the coachella valley. Jenners main focus was on the topics of immigration and border security. “Imagine being the Governor of California and never even […]

  • State Senator Wants Answers to Claim Issues At Problem Plagued EDD

    Over a million Californians have had issues with their unemployment benefits from the Employment Development Department many have not received a single payment since the pandemic benefits were rolled out. “One of my constituents came to my office and gave us all of these,” says Sen. Melissa Melendez, R- Lake Elsinore, holding up over 100 […]

  • Riverside County outlines 3-phase plan to gradually reopen businesses after Labor Day

    Riverside County officials are trying to provide hope to suffering businesses and people with a three-phase reopening plan. “Timing is based upon seeing our number of cases have slowed down recently,” Brooke Federico, Public Information Officer for Riverside County, said. “We see our hospitalizations have also decreased.” In the letter addressed to the state, the […]

  • State politicians unhappy about President Trump’s new executive actions

    President Donald Trump signed new executive orders and actions that deal with everything from payroll tax cuts to unemployment relief. “I think it actually looks better doing the way we’re doing it. You can’t beat the deal we’ve made,” said President Donald Trump.  The new weekly unemployment bonus payment would be less than what people […]

  • Local Leaders Furious about ‘CARES Act’ Funding

    Help is on the way for cities across California hit hard by the coronavirus as a half-billion federal dollars are being distributed to help cope with severe financial losses. Great news, right? Well, not if you’re in the Coachella Valley where city leaders are outraged that they are being cut out of their fair share […]

  • New funds to help restore the Salton sea

    Despite pandemic related fiscal challenges, work on the Salton sea still remains a priority. Especially for Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia, from the 56th district, who helped get funds of over 47-million dollars for new river and Salton sea mitigation projects. “In the coming months, we’ll be breaking ground in the southern western part of the sea, […]

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