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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.

Neighborhood Hero: Jo Rosen, founder of the Parkison’s Resource Organization

An estimated 10,000 people in the Coachella Valley have Parkinson’s disease. This past year, News Channel 3’s John White has been serving on the board of the “Parkinson’s Resource Organization” and is now the co-chair. He introduces us to Jo Rosen, founder of Parkinson’s Resource Organization and a “Neighborhood Hero” who’s been making a difference

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Your Vote 2024: California U.S. Senate Seat

News Channel 3’s John White is going in-depth on the primaries for U.S. Senate in California. New campaign finance data is out today, revealing how the candidates are prepared for the primaries and the general election, should they be one of the two top finishers in March. You can do your own research here: https://www.fec.gov/data/elections/senate/CA/2024/

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Your Vote: Previewing Nov. 2024 rematches

We are one year from the next general election and two local races are shaping up to be re-matches from 2022. The 47th Assembly District and the 41st Congressional District races will again be expensive, hard-fought races in 2024 In the 41st congressional district race, Incumbent Republican Ken Calvert will once again face Democratic challenger

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The Power of Water: In-depth look at the water and mud flow damage from Tropical Storm Hilary

The Coachella Valley will be dealing with the aftermath of Tropical Storm Hilary for a long time. Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District General Manager and Chief Engineer, Jason Uhley, showed News Channel 3’s John White why this storm created so much damage, especially along the Interstate 10 corridor. While rainfall totals in other

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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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