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I-Team: Riverside County Registrar accuses District Attorney of interfering with election

A clash between riverside county’s top elections official and the county district attorney over the security of ballots. In emails and letters uncovered by the I-Team, the Registrar of Voters Rebecca Spencer accuses District Attorney Mike Hestrin of voter suppression during the recent election. Spencer wrote in an email to the board of supervisors in

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I-Team Exclusive: Will President-elect Joe Biden visit Sunnylands?

Since the 1960’s Sunnylands in Rancho Mirage has hosted Presidents, national and world leaders. News Channel 3’s Karen Devine spoke exclusively with Ambassador David Lane,  President of the Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands who says they’ve reached out to President-elect Joe Biden and are hopeful he and his administration will make use of the estate in the next

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I-Team: Palm Springs International Airport flights are booming despite pandemic

At Palm Springs International Airport, change is literally in the air. “It’s good for Palm Springs. It’s good for the airport. Because this is a wonderful airport. It’s absolutely beautiful,” said Cathy Conran-Smith, a traveler. Despite the pandemic, PSP is one of the few places in the nation where right now air-service is growing. It’s

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I-Team goes in-depth on DCA investigation into prominent Palm Springs doctor

News Channel 3’s I-Team is uncovering the latest details in the investigation of a prominent Palm Springs doctor who was arrested on Wednesday at his office. Agents from the CA Department of Consumer Affairs were on site of the office of Dr. Derakhsh Fozouni on East Tachevah Drive until late Wednesday afternoon. Fozouni, an obstetrician-gynecologist,

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I-Team: Palm Springs to rehire positions as extra tax money pours into city’s budget

The city of Palm Springs will rehire more than a dozen positions that had been eliminated from its budget during the pandemic, including several police officers and firefighters. The city council agreed Thursday evening to fill 7 firefighter positions and 6 positions within the city’s police department. The police jobs include 2 police sergeant positions,

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I-Team goes in-depth on the ballot reading process in Riverside County

The Riverside County Registrar’s office recently upgraded its elections tabulation equipment made by a company called Dominion.  In the June primary, problems arose in the state of Georgia where the high tech voting equipment also made by Dominion misfired.I-Team Reporter Karen Devine speaks with the Registrar about concerns regarding accuracy and how they are making sure every vote

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