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Month: September 2019

Attorney vows to appeal to the Israel Supreme Court if needed in Valley surgeon’s extradition case

The attorney representing former Rancho Mirage plastic surgeon David Morrow says if a petition expected to be filed with the Israeli Minister of Justice is denied, he will consider taking the case to the Israel Supreme Court. Reached overseas on Friday, Nick Kaufman added that his client, “helped many. Judge Josephine Stanton (Morrow’s sentencing judge

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Palm Desert Little Caesars robbed

A Little Caesars in Palm Desert was robbed Friday afternoon, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. At 2:21 p.m. Friday, a man entered the business, which is located near the intersection of Highway 111 and Portola Avenue, and demanded money from the cashier. An undisclosed amount of cash was given to the suspect from

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IID official provides more info on ‘one of largest low-income’ solar projects in U.S.

On Wednesday, the Imperial Irrigation District announced what it’s calling “one of the largest low-income community solar projects in the nation.” The program in its current form aims to serve over 12,000 electric customers and is set to help provide relief in the form of reduced monthly bills under its Residential Energy Assistance Program (REAP)

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Rep Ruiz and Chairman Pallone introduce bills to address Native American health disparities

Congressman Dr. Raul Ruiz and Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Frank Pallone, Jr. introduced two bills Thursday to address health disparities and improve behavioral health resources in Native American communities. According to a news release from Ruiz’s office, many tribe members still do not have access to the health care they need to stay healthy.

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