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John White

John White anchors News Channel 3 Live at 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., and 11:00 p.m.on KESQ-TV and CBS Local 2. Learn more about John here.

I-Team digs into what really happened in the forced removal of Section 14 families in Palm Springs

The debate over racial reparations continues to intensify in Palm Springs. It’s centered on one square mile of land known as Section 14 next to downtown Palm Springs which was cleared for new development over 50 years ago. The attorney representing Section 14 families and their descendants pointed out that Palm Springs apologized for its role in the

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In-Depth: Monkeypox stigma

A growing monkeypox outbreak in Riverside County is raising new concerns about the stigma it may create with the illness hitting mostly gay men. It has some people recalling the beginning of the early days of the fight against HIV and AIDS. News Channel 3 anchor John White is going in-depth, talking with 2 men who see

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I-Team goes in-depth on money and politics

We’re less than three weeks away from the June primary and some local races are beginning to take shape. Candidates are stepping up their fundraising games to get their message out ahead of June 7. Visit Our “Your Vote” Section for Election Coverage TV ads are hitting the airwaves, people still working on putting signs up,

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Local family raising money to help relatives in Ukraine who are running low on supplies

“What Russia is doing right now, It’s unheard of.  No one could ever, ever believe that something like this is even possible.” A local mother and daughter are watching the invasion of Ukraine with great concern for their relatives who are there.  Photos show Palm Desert residents Nadia Popova and her daughter Anastasia in happier times

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I-Team: Indio Police Chief says he won’t give in to what he calls “unethical bullying tactics”

Indio Police Chief Mike Washburn is stepping up his defense against multiple allegations coming from people and unions in his department. Washburn says he’s not planning on leaving as he faces new allegations from Indio Police Command Unit President Lt. Chris Hamilton. Hamilton, in a News Channel 3 exclusive interview, revealed that Riverside County District

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