Skip to Content

Bianca Ventura

Bianca Ventura joined KESQ News Channel 3 as a reporter in February 2022.

Southwest Church hosts ‘Local Love’ community event benefitting Breast Cancer

Hundreds of people attended ‘Love Local,’ a community event benefiting the Desert Cancer Foundation. Dozens of vendors and community health centers set up at Southwest Church Sunday morning, including Riverside University Health System that was providing free breast exams for attendees.  The event serves as a preview of the 17th annual ‘Paint El Paseo Pink’

Continue Reading

Meet K9 Solo, Riverside County District Attorney’s Office newest Electronic Scent Detection dog

We’re getting to know a special team member with Riverside County District Attorney’s Office.  Solo is a two-year-old English Labrador, and the newest member of the county’s Child Exploitation Team.  Jason Polanco, Senior DA Investigator with Riverside County said, “I believe there’s four Electronic Scent Detection dogs (in the state of California), and we’re fortunate enough

Continue Reading

About 1,000 valley job seekers attend 28th Valley-wide Employment Expo

Almost 1,000 people seeking jobs attended the 28th Annual Valley-Wide Employment expo earlier this morning.  News Channel 3 was there throughout the entire expo, and is sharing how this event is opening doors for valley residents.  David Dai, with Riverside County’s In-Home Supportive Services said, “We’re looking to hire caregivers.” While Carmen cubero, with Sunline Transit Agency shared,

Continue Reading

Palm Springs Police Department outlines protocol for closing wash areas after low visibility causes deadly three-car collision off North Gene Autry

News Channel 3 reported yesterday that low visibility caused by wind and sand led to a three-car collision on North Gene Autry Trail at the wash. An investigation by the Palm Springs Police Department tells us that all three vehicles were traveling Northbound on Gene Autry when the collision happened.  The two vehicles in front

Continue Reading

Coachella Valley Mosquito & Vector Control District assess flood water left over from Hilary

Flooded and standing water that remains from Tropical Storm Hilary can be a breeding ground for mosquitoes during our hot summer months. We spoke to the Coachella Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District to see if they’ve been assessing a potential increase in mosquitoes. Fernando Gutierrez a spokesperson with the Coachella Valley Mosquito & Vector

Continue Reading
Skip to content