A hiker was rescued from the popular Bump & Grind hiking trail on Wednesday afternoon after they suffered a leg injury.
El Paseo, Palm Desert’s slowing dying shopping and restaurant district, has been looking for ways to save itself from a slow death for a very long time now.  Suggestions and plans so far have ranged from a movie theater, taller buildings, professional offices, piano bars, and balloons!  None of those have, to this point, have rallied to the public as just the thing to Make El Paseo Great Again (#MEPGA), but now, a new voice has emerged in the local newspaper with a simple suggestion to save the street.
After years of fumbling and bumbling, the CV Link appears to finally be coming to Palm Desert next year. Where will the path for walkers, runners, cyclists, and (for some reason) small electric vehicles go? Here are the details.
Police are investigating a reported armed robbery at Sally Beauty Supply in Palm Springs.
Three students were arrested Sunday evening in connection wit threat against Desert Hot Springs High School posted on social media.
A 71-year-old woman drove her Mercedes into the Starbucks at Monroe and Avenue 42 on Monday morning.
There has been quite a bit of turmoil this past week in Rancho Mirage as residents have been showing up in droves to city meetings and writing scathing letters to the newspaper in an effort to stop a planned In-N-Out Burger that would be built on Highway 111. Residents have proclaimed the burger joint would bring crime and noise to the area.  And while residents may like that the area is currently a total snoozer, if the city doesn't do something quick, Rancho Mirage may just end up a ghost town.
The Palm Springs International Airport, a favorite amongst snow birds and...ummm...yeah, snow birds, is looking at upgrading its car rental facility for jaw-dropping $30 to $50 million, reports the Desert Sun.
The Riverside County Sheriff's Department seized over thirty firearms and 10,000 rounds of ammunition from an Indio home this week following a domestic disturbance call in the city of La Quinta.
Rita Lamb has been elected to Cathedral City's city council.
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