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Month: October 2020

Electronic voting in Riverside County experiencing delays

Saturday was the first day of in-person voting as 130 Voter Assistance Centers opened throughout Riverside County, but the process of voting experienced several delays. “We did see some significant volume in our voter registration look-up system and that has experienced some intermittent delays,” said Riverside County spokesperson, Brooke Federico. State Senator Melissa Melendez tweeted

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Riverside County focusing coronavirus testing efforts in Eastern Coachella Valley with help of new lab

Governor Gavin Newsom announced the opening of a new coronavirus testing laboratory in Valencia Friday morning. “Any time you can increase capacity statewide, it’s a good thing,” said Jose Arballo Jr., Riverside County Department of Public Health’s Public Information Officer on the local impact of this laboratory. According to Governor Newsom and his testing task

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PSUSD prep programs cleared to start athletic conditioning Nov. 2, Los Angeles Unified pushes back start date

After Desert Sands Unified completed one week of athletic conditioning, Palm Springs Unified will now allow for its student-athletes to participate as well. CIF postpones high school sports season, issues modified schedule for 2020-2021 Cathedral City, Desert Hot Springs, Palm Springs and Rancho Mirage high schools have all been cleared to start conditioning as early

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Now Hiring! Positions of all skill levels available to work for Riverside County

Positions available in Riverside County It’s a career opportunity to help neighbors in need. There’s more than 100 jobs available across Riverside County in 40 different departments. Opportunities are available for all skill and education levels, as the county looks to hire workers interested in improving the county’s quality of life “The common thread that

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Have you experienced voting problems? Send your tips through Electionland

KESQ News Channel 3 is a part of a nationwide media collaboration with ProPublica, a nonprofit investigative news organization, and its Electionland project. The project will track voting problems and election integrity. Voting problems would be things like mail ballot delivery problems, changed voting locations, long lines, registration problems, purged voter rolls, broken machines and

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Warmer weather for Halloween

Warmer weather than yesterday, Palm Springs has climbed into the low 90s this afternoon. A ridge of high pressure remains in place over the west coast through the Halloween weekend. This will keep temperatures warmer than normal into the first week of November. Just 1 day to go until the spookiest night of the year.

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