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Month: July 2020

Riverside County reports 382 new cases as hospitalizations continue to decrease

Cases Changes Today There were new coronavirus cases reported 382 new coronavirus cases since Thursday across Riverside County. This brings the total amount of cases up to 37,011. Riverside County public information officer Brooke Federico confirmed that technical difficulties in the reporting of cases since Wednesday. The county has been reporting lower than expected case

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PSUSD teachers will be able to teach from home or from inside their empty classrooms, per district board vote

Palm Springs Unified School District teachers will have the option to teach from home or from inside their empty classrooms as the upcoming school year begins for students next week with distance learning from home. The district reached an agreement with its teachers’ association — voted on and passed unanimously by the district board Friday

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Rabid bats confirmed in San Bernardino County

San Bernardino County Public Health authorities issued a warning about Rabid bats confirmed to have been found in the county within the past two weeks. There have been nine confirmed rabid bats discovered in Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana and Apple Valley, according to the county’s health department. “San Bernardino County Public Health is urging the public

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Extreme and Dangerous Weekend Heat

An Excessive Heat Warning covers areas from the Coachella Valley all the way to Tucson, and now includes the Inland Empire as well. That, coupled with the Coastal Heat Advisory, is in place until 9 p.m. Sunday. Speaking of Coastal areas, the East Coast is under threat of Hurricane Isaias, which is threatening to make

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Palm Springs police confirm double homicide in Desert Highland Gateway Estates

UPDATE: Palm Springs police released new details Friday morning on a shooting that occurred at approximately 1:15 a.m. on the city’s northside in the Desert Highland Gateway Estates. Police say they received several 911 calls after residents heard gunshots near Palm Vista and Granada Avenue. During that same time, Police said two apparent victims with

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