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Local 3-year-old diagnosed with rare brain cancer continues to fight for his life at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

A local three-year-old boy continues to fight for his life at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital after being diagnosed with a rare brain cancer. We first introduced you to little Nathan Johnson in November, after he was diagnosed with an incredibly rare form of brain cancer: craniopharyngioma. Doctors said he had a tumor the size

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RivCo reports increase in pediatric COVID cases, urges vaccines across all age groups

Riverside County health officials are reporting nearly 2,000 new cases in the last 24 hours. The county’s case rate and positivity rate have also climbed dramatically. “Over the course of December we’ve seen cases slowly going up,” said Dr. Jennifer Chevinsky, Deputy Public Health Officer for the county’s department of public health.  The county says

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Between rain and COVID surge, local businesses grateful for support ahead of holidays

This week has brought some challenges for local businesses – between the rainy weather and surging COVID cases. Restaurants say, thankfully, customers and shoppers have still been out enjoying a festive El Paseo.  Some businesses have made adjustments to accommodate demand.   “We set up a table here…we set up an awning…we put up an umbrella…you

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Seniors at Legend Gardens Assisted Living abandoned by owner, forced to relocate ahead of holidays

Seniors at Legend Gardens Assisted Living are being forced out of their homes after the owner suddenly abandoned the center.  “Because there was no one to do financial means…they had to shut us down,” explained Carrie MacDonald, Community Relations Director, Legend Gardens Assisted Living.  MacDonald says the owner/CEO essentially disappeared. He has been unreachable. And

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PSP: Don’t try and park at the airport this holiday season

The Palm Springs International Airport says they anticipate a very busy holiday season. Per a release, Thanksgiving passenger counts exceeded 2019 numbers by more than 25%, and the airport parking lots reached capacity. Airport officials are forecasting Christmas and New Year’s travel to be even busier.  The PS International Airport has provided the following information/tips

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