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More mosquito control treatments after samples in Indio & Mecca test positive for West Nile

The Coachella Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District is increasing mosquito control efforts after West Nile Virus was found in mosquito samples in Indio and Mecca this month. Two samples came from mosquito traps in Mecca, one near the intersection of Buchanan Street and Avenue 68 and the other at the intersection of Lincoln Street and Avenue 72. The disease was

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US security alert warns Americans overseas of potential attacks on LGBTQ events

WASHINGTON (AP) — The State Department renewed a global security warning Friday for Americans overseas, adding to it that LGBTQ people and events in particular face an “increased potential for foreign terrorist organization-inspired violence.” The alert is a standard renewal of travel advice telling Americans to exercise increased caution against possible attacks by violent extremist groups while

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County Planning Commission advances ordinance for Rancho community events in the Valley

This past Wednesday, May 15th, the County of Riverside held a planning commission public hearing to discuss the proposed Rancho Community Event Facility Ordinance and County department requirements for Rancho Community events in the Coachella Valley area. The ordinance advanced with a unanimous vote by the Riverside County Planning Commission, and is set for a

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Police rule out abduction, but locate victim of domestic violence incident in Palm Springs

Update May 17, 2024: The Palm Springs police department located the suspect vehicle and potential victim on Thursday just before 11:30 p.m. Police are saying it was not an abduction but a domestic violence incident. Detectives are now conducting follow-up investigations to identify any criminal violations. The Palm Springs police department says they encourage anyone

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Ribbon-cutting held for 1M square-foot cannabis cultivation campus in Coachella

A new one-million-square-foot cannabis cultivation campus is now open in Coachella. Green Horizons is on Avenue 48 near Dillon Road.  California State Treasurer Fiona Ma was at the ribbon-cutting ceremony, pushing for more banking access for marijuana businesses.  “I also testified in Congress about the Safe Banking Act. It was the first-ever Congressional hearing and

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I-Team: Foreclosure auction delayed for TALUS La Quinta’s resort land. Parcels set to be sold to satisfy loan obligations

Editor’s Note: A previous version of this story incorrectly included the on-screen logo of Silver Rock Development Inc. It has no affiliation with the SilverRock Development Company, LLC, Robert Greene, or any associated companies. Some of the partially developed land at the City of La Quinta’s TALUS luxury resort development was set to be sold at auction

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