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“We continue to play such a critical role in the fabric of the United States,”: Highlighting Black-owned businesses around the Coachella Valley

Juneteenth is a day of celebration for all in the United States, and it commemorates the day all enslaved African-Americans were emancipated around the U.S. “For me, it shows a day of celebration,” said Jarvis Crawford, President of the Palm Springs Black History Committee. “This is true Independence Day. We can actually say in 1865,

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Palm Springs Police Department launches new text response system that sends you updates on police reports

The Palm Springs Police Department is using new technology to improve communication between its department and the public. It’s being called ‘Power Engage’, and its designed to bring more transparency to police reports, as well as give people a way to send their feedback directly to the PSPD. News Channel Three’s Tori King spoke with

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Cathedral City Public Arts Commission looking for painters, muralists to paint 23 benches at Ocotillo Park

Cathedral City Public Arts Commission is seeking painters/muralists to paint 23 benches for a project at Ocotillo Park, centrally located at 33300 Moreno Road in Cathedral City. This neighborhood park offers a range of amenities, including ball fields, a basketball court, skateboard park, tennis court, tot lot, splash pad, barbeque stands, shade structures, and a

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Nurses from Desert Regional Medical Center protest revised lease proposal from Tenet Healthcare, which passed with a unanimous vote

The Desert Healthcare District Board of Directors voted unanimously to move a new lease proposal forward tonight. It comes after several community feedback meetings over the past few months, as well as some push-back from nurses on the hospital’s current operator, Tenet Healthcare. The new proposal was heard by both the Board and several dozen

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