• Living Desert Zoo and Gardens to Honor Frontline Workers With Discounts

    The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens announced Wednesday it will be offering first responders, health care workers and their families discounted admission next week to celebrate their service during the coronavirus pandemic. “These incredible health care heroes have persevered through extraordinary circumstances over the last year, and this is our small way of saying `thank […]

  • Coachella organizers address dates, refunds to festival goers

    Hundreds of hopeful Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival goers received an email from festival organizers addressing the cancelation of the popular event. “Thank you for holding your passes, your loyalty has not gone unnoticed,” read the email from organizers, “We are working hard to announce further updates about when we will be together again.” […]

  • CHP Officers Save Suspect Suffering Opioid Overdose During Arrest

    BANNING (CNS) – Two California Highway Patrol officers may have saved a 21-year-old man from fatally overdosing on opioids during a recent arrest in Banning, authorities said Tuesday. “Our officers’ roles changed from enforcement to guardians in the blink of an eye, ” CHP Officer Matt Napier said. Juan Balvin of La Puente was arrested […]

  • CHP: Safety Is Top Priority During Thanksgiving Weekend Travel

    RIVERSIDE (CNS) – Drive safe and sober during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend or face consequences, the California Highway Patrol warned Monday. The agency will initiate its annual Thanksgiving “maximum enforcement period” beginning at 6 p.m. Wednesday, when all available officers will deploy to catch drunk or drug-impaired drivers, speeders and other traffic violators. The MEP […]

  • Virtual Palm Springs International ShortFest Begins

    PALM SPRINGS (CNS) – The first virtual Palm Springs International ShortFest begins Tuesday, and a collection of film submissions will be available to watch online for free starting at 9 a.m. More than 300 films from 69 nations were selected for this year’s ShortFest, which will be held virtually for the first time in its […]

  • Officials Asking Everyone to SLOW DOWN

    RIVERSIDE (CNS) – Motorists who punch their accelerators because there are fewer vehicles on freeways amid the coronavirus emergency should remember they’re putting lives at risk in construction zones in Riverside County, and they will face consequences, officials said Thursday. “We will continue enforcement action for anyone driving in an unsafe manner,” California Highway Patrol […]

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