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10 hrs ago | Examiner.com
The city of Palm Springs is known for its architectural heritage. Everywhere one looks there is a something deemed culturally significant, and that includes the dive bars too.
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14 hrs ago | KESQ-TV Palm Desert
Paul Zellerbach said that contrary to what some critics believe, the DA's office learned new information recently which helped investigators bring charges in the case.
15 hrs ago | Patch.com
Just two weeks ago, we were seeing heavy rains and cold temps across the Riverside County region.
19 hrs ago | KESQ-TV Palm Desert
A 29-year-old former Yucca Valley resident pleaded not guilty Friday to gunning down a man next a party bus in Palm Desert more than two years ago -- leaving the man paralyzed -- and threatening a witness.
22 hrs ago | Patch.com
Riverside County supervisors this week supported two state Assembly bills targeting metal theft.
The City Council passed the desert's first municipal regulations regarding food trucks during its Thursday meeting, preparing the city for Riverside County's legalization of the mobile restaurants outside of special events next month.
"Wooky Woof" lives in Palm Desert with human companion Erin Hemenway, who rescued Wooky five years ago from the San Bernardino shelter.
The Village at University Park is the location for Palm Desert's newest restaurant -- Legacy Siam, sister to the popular Legacy Thai Cuisine in La Quinta, owned and operated by Ally and Chai Butrlakorn.
The future of "Project Runway" pooh-bah Michael Costello was sewn up when he was 14. That's when his couture collection debuted with Los Angeles' Lipstick Productions, which earned him a kudo in "Vogue" magazine's article about hidden talent in the City of Angels.
The following is a news release from the city of Palm Desert: Film fans and art lovers of all ages are invited to discover inspiring and thought provoking cinema at the 2014 Palm Desert Public Art Documentary Film Series.
Police said the 34-year-old victim from Rancho Mirage was approached by two suspects who asked to borrow his cell phone at Town Center Way and Fred Waring Drive.
I heard three great stories at the art opening for Sherry Wolf Friday at the Imago Galleries in Palm Desert and I can't get to the bottom of any of them.
Still no word tonight on the condition of the woman who was stung about 1,000 times by killer bees in Palm Desert last week.
The following is a press release from the office of Brian Nestande: Assemblyman Brian Nestande, R-Palm Desert, Monday honored Darleana McHenry as the 2014 Woman of the Year for the 42nd Assembly District during a special Assembly ceremony at the State Capitol.