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Month: May 2014

Debris fire sparks in Sky Valley

Cal Fire and Riverside County firefighters are battling a fire involving debris and woodchips in Sky Valley Thursday afternoon. According to officials, the fire is located near 18th Avenue and Long Canyon Road. As of 4:30 p.m., the fire has grown to about one acre. Firefighters said winds are about 10 to 15 mph with

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Power restored following electrical fire

An electrical vault fire caused a power outage for 113 Imperial Irrigation District customers in Indio Thursday afternoon. The Imperial Irrigation District said the damaged power lines were near Shadow Palm Avenue and Aladdin Street. The power outage affected residents of the Steadfast Cielo Vista Apartments. According to officials with I.I.D., the power was restored

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How TWC channel switch may affect you

If you’re a Time Warner customer, you’ve probably already noticed some channel changes. On Thursday the cable company announced the launch of a new, theme-based digital channel lineup to customers in the Coachella Valley. According to a TWC release, the new lineup groups channels together intuitively, making it easier for customers to find the programming

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UCLA to Establish Concussion Treatment Program

UCLA will establish what it bills as the world’s most sophisticated research, prevention, diagnosis and treatment program for concussions and brain injuries, with a particular emphasis on young athletes. The UCLA Steve Tisch BrainSPORT Program will include the first U.S. fellowship program to train pediatric neurologists who specialize in sports concussions. The fellowship, research, prevention,

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