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Avoiding a health code violation: In-depth look at Riverside County’s food safety inspection process

Most people don’t usually think about food safety until they or someone they know gets sick from contaminated food.  Every day, inspectors with the Riverside County Environmental Health Department go out and assess whether food facilities meet health standards. Most inspections are routine, but some are prompted by complaints.  A health scare at Desert Regional Medical

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News Channel 3 In-Depth: Pets on Meth

In light of National Pet Poison Prevention Week, a Palm Desert woman has an urgent warning after she recently rushed her dog to the animal hospital to find something she never expected: Her dog had ingested meth. And veterinarians say this is becoming increasingly common. El Paseo is one of the Coachella Valley’s most high-end

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City of Indio says its 911 emergency number remains down, offers backup number to call

A 911 service outage continued Tuesday morning in the City of Indio as residents were being urged to call a backup number to receive emergency assistance. Indio Police told KESQ News Channel 3 Monday evening its emergency calls were being rerouted to the City of Palm Springs 911 emergency dispatch center, then being redirected to Indio’s dispatch center

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Ancient Culture, Modern Presence: First look at Agua Caliente’s Cultural Plaza and Museum

The Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians is about to redefine the visitor experience in Palm Springs. More than five years after breaking ground, the long-awaited Cultural Plaza and Museum will open to the public on November 3rd.  But before that happens, News Channel 3’s Peter Daut got an exclusive tour of the new state-of-the-art facility. “Every video,

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News Channel 3 takes an in-depth look at SBCSD’s review of challenges with blizzard response

For the past six months, we’ve been pressing San Bernardino County officials about their handling of a powerful blizzard earlier this year. Some residents in the county’s mountain communities were left stranded for several days. “We felt really abandoned by the county,” Ellah Ronen, a Crestline resident. After declining our invitations for interviews, a county

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