• `Rock Fire’ in Anza Believed to Be Man-Made

    Riverside County Fire Department law enforcement Friday are looking for the owners of a marijuana cultivation site located in the area of a 295-acre brush fire on the south end of Anza that destroyed multiple homes and other structures. The blaze, known as the Rock fire, was reported shortly before 2 p.m. Tuesday in the […]

  • Thunderstorms Cause Power Outages In Coachella Valley

    Thunderstorms caused more than a thousand Southern California Edison customers to lose power throughout the Coachella Valley Monday. The power loss began in the early morning hours as thunderstorms hammered the region. As of noon, 488 customers were still without power in Palm Springs, mostly in the area of Alexander Way and Via Miraleste, near […]

  • Newest Wahlburgers Location Now Open

    The highly anticipated Wahlburgers has finally made it to our desert. “Three hours early, three hours early we have been waiting in line for this,” explained Kozie Santiago, Attendee. Founded by brothers Mark, Donnie, and Paul Wahlberg, Wahlburgers is a popular casual dining concept opening its latest location at Morongo Casino Resort and Spa. “It’s […]

  • Ticketmaster to service Coachella Valley Arena

    The upcoming Coachella Valley Arena announced a long-term partnership with Ticketmaster to employ their latest venue and ticketing technology. The arena, located near -10 and Cook Street, will be more than 300,000 square feet and feature 11,000-plus seats and include modern suites and premium hospitality clubs. The $277 million project will be the home of […]

  • Desert Hot Springs family seeks help finding missing 14-year-old

    The family of 14-year-old Jade Santiago is asking for the communities help in locating the teen who has been missing since June 27, 2021. Jade is described as a Hispanic female with black hair, brown eyes, approximately 5’2″ and 140 pounds. She could be wearing glasses or green contacts, a nose piercing, light blue jeans […]

  • Habitat for Humanity dedicated two new homes in Indio

    Habitat for Humanity Coachella Valley dedicated two new Indio homes to two East Valley families. The families received their keys in May following a year of wait due to the pandemic. The Perez family had been waiting since March 2020 while living in a small apartment with their two young children. They were excited to […]

  • Thunderstorms, Rain Arrive in Coachella Valley

    Thunderstorms brought rain to the Coachella Valley Wednesday, a rarity for summertime in the region. The National Weather Service reported .03 of an inch of rain had fallen at Palm Springs International Airport as of 4 p.m., with additional globules possible through about 7 p.m. Forecasters said the thunderstorms emanated from a low pressure system […]

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