Downtown Palm Springs VillageFest summer Hours began June 1stPalm Springs TribuneNewsBreak Contributor
Palm Springs City Council To Discuss Request for Additional Funding for Homeless Navigation CenterPalm Springs TribuneNewsBreak Contributor
15-Year-Old Iliana Sierra Took Top Honors For her Architectural Model In Recent Palm Springs Unified School District High School Art CompetitionPalm Springs TribuneNewsBreak Contributor
Residents invited to June 7 College of the Desert West Valley Campus Listening SessionPalm Springs TribuneNewsBreak Contributor
After Electrical Issue, Rooster And The Pig Back Open. Rio Azul Closes Its Doors.Palm Springs TribuneNewsBreak Contributor
One Person Injured in Indio House Fire
One person suffered moderate injuries in a fire at a garage of a single-story house in Indio Monday evening and was hospitalized. Firefighters responded to the 38900 block of Rancho Los Cerritos Drive shortly after 8:25 p.m., according to the Riverside County Fire Department. Two additional engines were requested at...
Thermal man acquitted of killing daughter in Highway 74 crash
A Thermal man was acquitted Monday of causing the death of his infant daughter in a high-speed crash on the south end of Palm Desert. A Riverside jury deliberated nearly three days in the trial of 58-year-old Marcus Novell Green of Thermal before returning with not guilty verdicts on charges of second-degree murder and involuntary manslaughter for the June 27, 2016, death of 5-month-old Armani Green.
Coachella to Host Groundbreaking Event for $63M Affordable Housing Community
A groundbreaking event will be held Wednesday for the $63 million, 108-unit Tripoli affordable family apartments in Coachella. The event will be held from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at 51392 Cesar Chavez St., where the 2.8-acre community will be located, according to a statement from the city of Coachella. Representatives from the Chelsea Investment Corporation, Supervisor V. Manuel Perez, Coachella Mayor Steven Hernandez, and Council members Denise Delgado, Dr. Frank Figueroa, Stephanie Virgen and Neftali Galarza are set to be in attendance.
One arrested, two wanted after shooting outside Cathedral City Dollar Tree store
Police continue to search for two suspects wanted in connection with the shooting of a man outside of the Dollar Tree store in Cathedral City Sunday afternoon. The shooting happened outside the Dollar Tree at 30950 Date Palm Drive. An 18-year-old man was hospitalized after being struck by gunfire several times. There was no word The post One arrested, two wanted after shooting outside Cathedral City Dollar Tree store appeared first on KESQ.
Customer shot, pistol whipped at Dollar Tree in Cathedral City; police search for suspects
A search continued for two suspects who allegedly took part in a confrontation in which an 18-year-old Dollar Tree customer was struck by gunfire multiple times and pistol whipped, police said on Monday. A third suspect, 18-year-old Leah Lelani Lopez of San Jacinto, was arrested Sunday night for reasons unrelated...
Palm Desert teen takes steps toward walking again for high school graduation
Teen Sienna Coie has a look of determination as she glances down at her coral-colored sneakers. She carefully thinks of her first move, steading herself by gripping parallel bars on both sides of her body, and when she's ready, slowly takes a step, and then another. "The first steps are...
Beetlejuice Part 2 Hitting the Theaters in September. Coachella Valley’s Own Jenny Ortega Lands Big Role.
(Michael Keaton & Jenny Ortega) (Subscribe here for the latest stories from the Palm Springs Tribune ) The 1988 film “ Beetlejuice ,” directed by Tim Burton, is a cult classic. The dark comedy revolves around the story of Adam and Barbara Maitland (portrayed by Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis), a recently deceased couple who find themselves trapped as ghosts in their own home. Struggling to accept their newfound afterlife, they cross paths with a mischievous spirit named Beetlejuice (Michael Keaton), who offers to help them scare away their new living occupants of their house.
Male Brandishes Firearm at Dollar Tree
CATHEDRAL CITY — On June 4, at approximately 3:28 p.m., a customer inside of the Dollar Tree was confronted by a Hispanic male who brandished a firearm. The customer/victim lunged for the firearm, and a fight ensued, according to Sgt. Jeffrey Barnett. Two females accompanying the suspect attempted to assist the male and began to fight with the victim as well. After fighting over the gun for approximately 2 to 3 minutes, the suspects and victim reached a stalemate and agreed to stop fighting.
Top 10 things to do in the Coachella Valley this week, June 5-11
There are always plenty of things to do in the Coachella Valley. We've put together a list of events and entertainment happening this week. To submit an event for consideration, send an email to email@example.com with a brief description. Here are 10 things to do this week:. Trivia Night. Dacoda...
Downtown Palm Springs VillageFest summer Hours began June 1st
Subscribe here for the latest stories from the Palm Springs Tribune. Palm Springs VillageFest, one of Coachella Valley’s most popular weekly street fair runs every Thursday night along Palm Canyon Drive between Baristo and Amado Roads.
Firebirds look to close out series against Admirals in WCF Game 6
The Coachella Valley Firebirds are back inside their barn of Acrisure Arena against the Milwaukee Admirals for Game 6. A win tonight could mean an end to the Western Conference Finals series and a chance at the Calder Cup. The Firebirds lead the series 3-2 and just one win away...
More victims come forward after accused Palm Springs serial rapist arrested
More victims have stepped forward following the arrest of a 56-year-old man accused of multiple assaults, including felony sexual assaults. Hakan Isik of Desert Hot Springs was charged with violently attacking five individuals over the past year, and additional victims have now come forward to share their harrowing experiences. News Channel 3 reported the charges The post More victims come forward after accused Palm Springs serial rapist arrested appeared first on KESQ.
Firebirds inaugural season ‘Fires Up’ fans, businesses and local nonprofits
The Firebirds' Inaugural is season is one that will go down in history! The Arena and the Coachella Valley Firebirds have brought an undeniable liveliness to the valley. That energy goes well beyond the fans, businesses and local organizations are also sharing how much they have enjoyed working with the team. "You walk in and The post Firebirds inaugural season ‘Fires Up’ fans, businesses and local nonprofits appeared first on KESQ.
Coachella Youth Golf league returns for third year with more players, eight tournaments
Dave Menke knows that the junior golf league he and friend O.D. Vincent started in the desert in 2021 is a long-term project. But Coachella Youth Golf is on its way to filling the void Menke and Vincent saw for desert golfers. “We’ve got eight events over the summer, every...
Fans cheer as the Coachella Valley Firebird took the W in Game 5 of the WCF Series
Local fans have been cheering on their team at a watch party happening at Spotlight 29 casino in Coachella. The Firebirds merch lines filled up as locals purchased hats, shirts, key chains, and more. The Spotlight 29 Casino party is known for the special appearances of Fuego and the buttery popcorn. Each fan receives a The post Fans cheer as the Coachella Valley Firebird took the W in Game 5 of the WCF Series appeared first on KESQ.
16-year-old arrested on suspicion of threatening to shoot Cathedral City High School students
A teen was arrested today on suspicion of threatening to shoot students at Cathedral City High School. Police received a tip at around 6:30 a.m. Friday about an unidentified 16-year-old Cathedral City resident threatening to shoot students at the high school at 69250 Dinah Shore Drive, according to Sgt. Nate Hanley of the Cathedral City The post 16-year-old arrested on suspicion of threatening to shoot Cathedral City High School students appeared first on KESQ.
Woman accused of shooting husband in Coachella re-enters not guilty pleas
A 37-year-old woman suspected of fatally shooting her husband in their Coachella home re-entered not guilty pleas to felony charges today. Cindy Gicela Parra of Coachella was charged with one felony count each of murder, assault with a deadly weapon to cause great bodily harm and inflicting corporal injury on a spouse, according to court The post Woman accused of shooting husband in Coachella re-enters not guilty pleas appeared first on KESQ.
15-Year-Old Iliana Sierra Took Top Honors For her Architectural Model In Recent Palm Springs Unified School District High School Art Competition
(Iliana Sierra, Palm Springs Unified School District Student) The association of architecture as a work of art has never been stronger in the desert, especially after 15-year-old Iliana Sierra took top honors for her architectural model at the recent Palm Springs Unified School District (PSUSD) High School Art Competition Show sponsored by the Desert Art Center .
Desert Arc Recognizes Champions of Change
Doug Watson, Lori Serfling, Brooke Beare, Richard Balocco, Nancy Singer, Mary Hendler, Michelle Babitz, Glenn Miller, and Damian Jenkins. At its fifth annual awards luncheon held at Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa Rancho Mirage, Desert Arc honored five local individuals and companies that champion the nonprofit’s mission to enhance the quality of life for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Palm Springs Police launch suspicious death investigation after man’s body found in his home
Palm Springs police detectives launched a suspicious death investigation after a man's body was found inside his home on Thursday. The death was reported on June 1 at a residence on the 1600 block of E. Palm Canyon Drive. "Our dedicated team of investigators is actively working to determine the circumstances surrounding this death and The post Palm Springs Police launch suspicious death investigation after man’s body found in his home appeared first on KESQ.
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