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UPDATED: Man Killed After Driving Off Roadway on I-10
COACHELLA (CNS) – A man was fatally injured after being ejected from his vehicle when he drove up a dirt embankment and overturned down the hillside into a dirt wash area east of Coachella, authorities said Tuesday. Fire crews responded at 6:13 p.m. Monday to westbound Interstate 10 near...
I-Team: Talus construction funding remains elusive as the City of La Quinta issues a 60-day deadline
News Channel 3 has continuing I-Team coverage of the long-delayed Talus luxury resort development in La Quinta. The Robert Green Company promises the Coachella Valley’s first five-star development, including two branded luxury hotels by Pendry and Montage, a spa and conference center, and 84 turn-key single-family homes and condominiums. The development off Avenue 52, west The post I-Team: Talus construction funding remains elusive as the City of La Quinta issues a 60-day deadline appeared first on KESQ.
Developers cancel plans to renovate Indio Fashion Mall
Plans to renovate the Indio Fashion Mall have been canceled, the city of Indio announced on Tuesday. City officials said the Haagen Company, owners of the Indio Fashion Mall since 2018, notified the city that the company will no longer pursue redeveloping the site in its enclosed mall format. The company planned to turn the The post Developers cancel plans to renovate Indio Fashion Mall appeared first on KESQ.
The Illuminators Names Incoming Officers, Five Board Members
The Illuminators have named the incoming officers for 2023-24 and have appointed five new board members to its Constellation of Hilites. Greg Siegel from Idahoan Foods will serve as this year’s headlite and president. “The Illuminator organization will continue to support our three pillars: first, education with more than...
Palm Springs Police Department Investigating Early Morning Traffic Collisions
Just before 2:00 AM, on Tuesday May 30th, a PSPD officer observed a traffic collision on N Indian Canyon at the wash, after two vehicles passed him, at a high rate of speed, crashing through the south closure barricades. At the time, the road was closed due to blowing sand and low visibility. The vehicles continued through the wash, with one of the vehicles colliding with a large sand berm, that covered the entire roadway. The vehicle rolled over and became engulfed in flames. The driver, 18 year-old Michael Hernandez, sustained major injuries. He remains hospitalized and is facing DUI charges.
Cathedral City’s ‘Bazooka’ comes out victorious in front of hometown crowd
Rising boxer Leo ‘Bazooka’ Sanchez improved to 5-0 (4 KOs) after defeating Uhlices Reyes by knockout in the second round. The four-round super featherweight bout was the opening fight to open up the night at Fantasy Springs Casino. Bazooka had his grandpa and one of the best in...
Neighbors step in to help 17 people displaced after fire destroys Coachella apartment unit
May 30, 2023 2:00 PM Neighbors of the residents displaced by a fire at a Coachella apartment complex are offering assistance to the families who were forced to find temporary housing following Monday afternoon's fire. Maria Jesus Montero said she wasn't home at the time of the fire, but was alerted about it and rushed The post Neighbors step in to help 17 people displaced after fire destroys Coachella apartment unit appeared first on KESQ.
Driver dead after rollover crash on WB I-10 east of Coachella
Update 5/30/23 The driver was identified 32-year-old Rex Orton of Desert Hot Springs Original Report 5/29/23 One person is dead after a pick-up truck rolled over on the westbound Interstate 10 near Coachella. The crash was reported at 6:13 p.m.Westbound Interstate 10 near Milepost 63 which is a couple of miles east of the Dillon The post Driver dead after rollover crash on WB I-10 east of Coachella appeared first on KESQ.
146,110 SQFT Palm Springs Retail Center up for Sale with $31.5MM Asking Price
A 146,110 shopping center in Palm Springs has recently been placed up for sale. Located at 601 E Tahquitz Canyon Way, The Courtyard at Palm Springs, is listed with an asking price of $31.5 million, or about $215 per square foot, according to the marketing brochure from CBRE, which is acting as the exclusive advisor.
Two Freshmen Standouts make All-Desert Valley League Softball First-Team
One of the biggest rivalries of all time here in the Desert Valley League is between Coachella Valley High School and Indio High School. From every sport to every season, including softball. Two freshmen who made immediate impacts on both teams got the high nod from coaches across the DVL.
I-10 freeway lane open again in Indio after concrete was sticking up out of the roadbed
A SigAlert was issued for a full lane closure along Interstate 10 in Indio Monday morning due to broken concrete requiring repair. The road was reopened as of 8:30 a.m. The freeway's eastbound number 3 lane was closed at 7:28 a.m. as the California Highway Patrol reported a piece of concrete sticking up from the roadbed The post I-10 freeway lane open again in Indio after concrete was sticking up out of the roadbed appeared first on KESQ.
Augustine Band rebounds with business ventures
With fewer than 20 members, tribe now owns casino, restaurant and organic farm. And more plans are in the works
Historian Memorializes Fallen Heroes at Palm Springs’ Memorial Day Flower Drop
It was a day of remembrance across the nation and here in the Coachella Valley. We attended the Palm Springs Air Museum's 26th Annual Memorial Day service where one historian is helping memorialize local fallen heroes. "Memorial Day for me personally is a time to reflect on people like Ming who didn't come home, on The post Historian Memorializes Fallen Heroes at Palm Springs’ Memorial Day Flower Drop appeared first on KESQ.
Former Modernism Museum Mixed-Use Commercial Building Up For Sale
When one door closes, another one opens. That is true for the building that currently houses the Modernism Museum at 370 N. Palm Canyon Drive . Originally designed and curated by former Palm Springs businesswoman Tracy Turco, the goal of the museum, which briefly opened its doors in October of 2022, was to showcase “the best of the mid-century modernism era from the late 50s to the early 70s,” and “to create a cultural institution inspiring the local community and visitors alike through the exploration and celebration of the history of all things mid-century modern.”
Memorial Day Flower Drop Commemorates 50th Anniversary of Release, Return Home of American Vietnam POW
A day dedicated to remember but to never forget. As hundreds gathered at the Palm Springs Air Museum to enjoy what it has to offer, it was also a time to honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. Especially the 31 local fallen heroes. Nearly every person in attendance had...
City Parks Prioritized in Cathedral City
CATHEDRAL CITY — The recent pandemic and the needs that arose out of the lockdown and stay-at-home periods caused the City Council and staff to “press forward quicker and more boldly” to rehabilitate and improve city parks that residents use, then-Mayor Raymond Gregory told Uken Report at the time.
Ignored and Unrepresented: Lake Tamarisk Desert Resort Residents Say Elected Officials and Government Agencies Are Not Paying Attention to Their Plight
In December, I spoke to Cynthia Walker, a resident of the Lake Tamarisk Desert Resort, about 50 miles east of Indio in the Chuckwalla Valley. She’d just put her home on the market, hoping to escape the tsunami of solar panels encroaching on her desert oasis. She expressed frustration...
Promises Made, Promises Kept
PALM SPRINGS — During the 2022 City Council election, Jeffrey Bernstein vowed that if elected, he would hold public listening meetings. He has kept his promise. Bernstein, elected to represent District 2, is preparing to hold his inaugural community meeting on Wednesday, May 31 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Vista del Monte Elementary School, 2744 N. Vía Miraleste.
Enjoy Dinner with Panoramic Views of the Coachella Valley at Peaks Restaurant
Celebrate Palm Springs Restaurant Week at the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway June 2 through 11, 2023. Peaks Restaurant, recently named #8 on Architectural Digest’s list of the World’s Best Cliffside Restaurants , will offer a special dinner menu along with the usual unbeatable views and a ride on the world’s largest rotating tramcar.
Wind remains for now, calmer and warmer conditions ahead
Windy conditions are set to continue as a low pressure system off the coast moves inland. Calmer mornings and windier afternoons and evenings are expected through Wednesday. Peak gusts could reach over 30 mph in some valley areas as winds strengthen. Strongest gusts will remain in wind prone areas near the San Gorgonio pass and the Northern Coachella Valley. Though stronger winds are expected once again today, there are currently no watches or warnings posted.
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