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Your dream of being in a movie with Iceman is about to come true.
The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department is searching for three suspects in an armed robbery that took place Tuesday in Yucca Valley.
The Cathedral City council has approved spending up to $25,000 to find its next police chief.
A Baldwin Park man was arrested on Thursday after police say he robbed a Thousand Palms gas station with a knife.
RoboLights - a Palm Springs Holiday tradition right up to when the city gave over $100,000 in taxpayer dollars for it to get lost just before receiving much more than that in free national television exposure - is likely headed to Desert Hot Springs sometime in 2020, but it will be a bit different, with less of a holiday feel, as it goes for more of a year-round experience - which means we might soon learn if RoboLights has the same appeal on a hot July night as it does in the weeks leading up to Christmas.
A man was hospitalized on Tuesday after he was struck by a vehicle in Indio.
You will only have the chance to vote for one Raul Ruiz for congress in 2020.
After six months of requests from local media, the Cathedral City Police Department posted a video on its YouTube page on Tuesday that shows former Police Chief Travis Walker in a physical confrontation with a teenage suspect.
Hikers have a few more options today as seven hiking trails, which were closed due to concerns about the potential for hazardous fires breaking out, were reopened Tuesday morning.
An illegal marijuana grow at a Palm Springs home was discovered by police after a concerned citizen called to report water running out of the garage.
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