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Jeff Stahl

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Singer Olivia Rodrigo to kick off Guts World Tour at Acrisure Arena on February 23

Multi-platinum, three-time Grammy award-winning artist Olivia Rodrigo will kick off her highly anticipated Guts World Tour right here in Coachella Valley. The first show of the tour for the SoCal native is set for February 23, 2024 at Acrisure Arena. Rodrigo’s new album Guts was released September 8. The singer is setting out on a 57-date run, with stops in Miami,

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I-team: State safety inspections reveal conditions of buses transporting local students

Approximately 19,000 students are bused to and from classrooms each day on school buses around the Coachella Valley, and an I-team investigation reveals the information every parent or guardian needs to know about the safety and maintenance of those buses.  All three local school districts earned ‘satisfactory’ marks on their two most recent California Highway Patrol Terminal Inspections. However, CHP

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First Day of School: Students head back to class in the Palm Springs Unified School District Wednesday

Drivers will want to slow down in school zones around the Coachella Valley Wednesday, the first day of the 2023-2024 school year for the Palm Springs Unified School District.  An estimated 21,600 students are headed back into classrooms, along with teachers and staffers, for the start of the new school year. News Channel 3 interviewed Interim Superintendent, Dr. Tony Signoret

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I-Team: Most local school buses are now air-conditioned but students aren’t guaranteed a cool ride home

Students are returning to classrooms around the Coachella Valley this month as our summertime desert temperatures remain well-embedded in the triple digits. For parents with children who ride school buses to and from school each day, concerns about hot buses have long been a reality. Those who ride school buses at the start and end of their

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Local program is getting homeless people off Coachella Valley streets but hitting roadblocks to helping more

A Coachella Valley effort to remove homeless people from the streets by offering them permanent housing is showing positive results but facing headwinds in its search for affordable homes to keep the program expanding. High housing costs are a part of California’s growing homeless population, and the Coachella Valley Association of Governments is now running into the same problem as so

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I-Team: City of La Quinta issues 60-day deadline as Talus resort developer claims essential construction financing secured

An I-Team Investigation reveals developers still cannot say precisely when La Quinta’s Talus resort development, formerly known as SilverRock, will get the money needed to complete its construction. Construction crews have made little progress on the main resort since last summer. And the city has now issued a 60-day deadline. The Robert Green Company promises

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Two people forced from home by fire

Firefighters were called to a house fire in Windy Point that forced two residents from their home just west of Palm Springs early Thursday morning. Several firefighting agencies were working to control the flames for several hours as gusting winds made conditions difficult.  The fire was reported at 1:45 a.m. at a home on Parkmead Drive

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Indian Canyon Drive reopened Monday morning

Update: North Indian Canyon Drive  between Sunrise Parkway and Palm Springs Station Road has been reopened due to improved visibility. The road was previously shut down to all traffic earlier Monday morning due to low visibility from blowing sand. The closure extended through the Whitewater Wash between the city and Interstate 10 from Sunrise Parkway to Palm

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