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Joshua Tree National Park has announced that it had record setting attendance during Thanksgiving Weekend.The park announced that all 540 campsites were full and the west entrance experienced mile-long backups (!)! just to get into the park. In all,...
Grit Development, formerly Wessman development (with a recent name change, because, well, yeah), has informed the city of Palm Springs that the expected opening for its planned Virgin Hotel in downtown will not take place as planned in 2022...
A 44-year-old California Highway Patrol officer was arrested Friday in Twentynine Palms and is facing charges for his alleged conduct with at least two teenage girls, according to officials.Robert Stephano, of Joshua Tree, was taken into custody on Friday....
Waymond Fermon has been declared the winner in the race for to represent Indio's District 2 city Council seat.
Tired: buying a house. Wired: buying a house, saloon, church, blacksmith shop, and tiny town in the Hi Desert.You can do just that right now for the low, low price of $1.495 million as the Stargazing Desert Retreat is...
Palm Springs - a city that is always the last to embrace anything new or, well, anything - appears to have a plan to make sure that those Bird Scooters that popped up in Palm Springs last week do not...
Rare is it the Palm Springs area sees a day of rain, even rarer is it that there are two straight days of rain in the Coachella Valley - but, here we are, with a few sprinkles possible through...
CalTrans is closing down a section of Highway 243 beginning tomorrow, Friday, December 7 at 9 am. The closure location, just northwest of Lake Fulmor, will be a total shutdown in both directions, 24/7, until the work is completed.In...
Last week, KESQ announced staff cuts and a plan to simulcast their news after blowing up Local 2. They made their on-air staff read a ransom note-like message proclaiming it was a good thing, because, sure, *wink*. A few...
It's just the thing city residents have been asking for!