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Jeff Stahl

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Desert Regional Medical Center pushes back against nursing union claims of serious health and safety concerns

Desert Regional Medical Center is pushed back Tuesday against a nursing union and its claims of serious health and safety concerns at the Palm Springs hospital managed by Tenet Healthcare. The California Nurses Association represents California nurses. It said Monday that Desert Regional Medical Center registered nurses had launched a new billboard campaign to raise public

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Businesses damaged in Palm Desert shooting

Several Palm Desert businesses saw windows damaged in a Thursday night shooting. Riverside County Sheriff’s Deputies were investigating the incident reported shortly before 10:00 p.m. in the area of Highway 111 and Portola.  Deputies said the suspect fired several shots and that multiple businesses received damage from the shooting near Fashion Nails, and Golden Smoke Shop

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I-Team investigation ‘Half a Year After Hilary’ reveals continued struggles and lessons learned

An I-Team investigation reveals the daily struggles some Cathedral City residents still say they face six months after Tropical Storm Hilary and their reactions to the city’s storm response.   “So at this point, we’re still living out of bins in our bedrooms and in our bathroom,” said Beatrice Toledo whose Cathedral City home was flooded by a mudflow

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Jennifer Lopez coming to Acrisure Arena for “This Is Me…Now The Tour”

Jennifer Lopez is set to take the stage at Acrisure Arena for her “This Is Me…Now The Tour.” Acrisure Arena & Berger Foundation Iceplex announced the upcoming concert event, which is set for Friday, July 19 at 8 p.m. Lopez, considered one of the most influential entertainers of our time with a career spanning four decades, is making her highly anticipated

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Update: California State University faculty reach tentative deal

Updated post by Olga R. Rodriguez (AP): SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — California State University faculty members reached a tentative contract agreement Monday, the same day that nearly 30,000 professors, librarians, coaches and other workers struck at the nation’s largest public university system, their union announced. Members of the California Faculty Association will return to work

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I-Team: Hazardous Haze poses threat to Coachella Valley’s health and economy

Coachella Valley air quality has diminished dramatically since the end of August due to the impacts of Tropical Storm Hilary. Local experts now say they are worried about the valley’s wind-borne dust problem, which has intensified since the storm, and whether this could become a permanent hazard to our health and local economy. Riverside County Supervisor Manuel Perez

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City of Indio approves pay and benefits increase for Police Department

Indio Police are getting a pay raise as part of a new 3-year contract agreement with the city. The Tentative agreement was approved Thursday evening by the city council. A staff report said the compensation package, negotiated by the Indio Police Officers’ Association for the city’s 88 full-time police department employees, is meant to attract and retain a high-caliber workforce. The memorandum of

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Indio Rotary Club celebrates its 75th anniversary by noting its many civic projects

There are 14 Rotary Clubs throughout the Coachella Valley. The Indio Rotary Club celebrated its 75th anniversary at the Coachella Valley History Museum in Indio on Saturday afternoon with a 1949-themed luncheon.   It’s the third longest-standing Rotary club in the Coachella Valley, only behind Palm Springs and Palm Desert. Members and local dignitaries recognized the club

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Alaska Airlines cancels more flights in and out of Palm Springs

Alaska Airlines canceled more flights in and out of Palm Springs Thursday as it copes with the temporary grounding of its Boeing 737 Max 9 aircraft fleet. Seven flights were canceled for Thursday’s flight schedule to and from New York’s JFK International, Portland, and Seattle airports, according to the airport’s website.   This follows several other Alaska Airlines flight cancellations earlier in the week locally,

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