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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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The Power of Water: In-depth look at the water and mud flow damage from Tropical Storm Hilary

The Coachella Valley will be dealing with the aftermath of Tropical Storm Hilary for a long time. Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District General Manager and Chief Engineer, Jason Uhley, showed News Channel 3’s John White why this storm created so much damage, especially along the Interstate 10 corridor. While rainfall totals in other

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News Channel 3 goes in-depth on fentanyl safety in local schools

Your back-to-school coverage continues with an in-depth look at how all three valley school districts are addressing the Fentanyl crisis.  I-Team Reporter Karen Devine has been covering the crisis extensively and this time Devine is showing us how educators are taking a proactive approach. Palm Springs, Desert Sands, and Coachella Valley Unified School Districts have all added

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Local program is getting homeless people off Coachella Valley streets but hitting roadblocks to helping more

A Coachella Valley effort to remove homeless people from the streets by offering them permanent housing is showing positive results but facing headwinds in its search for affordable homes to keep the program expanding. High housing costs are a part of California’s growing homeless population, and the Coachella Valley Association of Governments is now running into the same problem as so

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Courting Injustice: Why are so many local court cases being dismissed?

Since October, more than 1,700 court cases have been dismissed in Riverside County. These dismissals include cases involving child sexual assault, attempted murder, DUIs, and domestic violence. This is due to a backlog caused by the pandemic. Riverside Superior Court officials cited a lack of available judicial resources and courtroom space as they reinstated defendants’

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