Palm Springs

Recently published Palm Springs, California news stories from Cactus Hugs.

Palm Springs Police have closed 19th Avenue between McLane Street and Karen Drive "due to a windmill that is out of control."
According to the Desert Sun, the city of Palm Springs could potentially strike another terrible deal with the shady development company that it keeps striking terrible deals with.
Palm Springs is set to discuss a possible ban of plastic straws in the city next week.
Good news if you like cows, are a state senator, or did I already mention the cows? The Palm Springs Airport and the convention and visitors’ bureau are hard at work trying to get a route set up from the Coachella Valley's airport to Sacramento - which is surely the route your were most hoping for.
The Palm Springs Post Office on Amado Road was closed Thursday morning as officials worked to repair the damage after a van crashed into the facility Wednesday night.
The Desert Sun is out with a story about a Palm Springs resident witnessing a round of afternoon delight in their condo community's pool.
The Palm Springs Mounted Police Search and Rescue was called to rescue a male hiker a little before noon on Monday and, while they were carrying him out, received a call to help yet another dehydrated hiker on the same trail. Not that you need a reminder, but Monday was hot af in the Coachella Valley and, yeah, not a great day to go for a hike.
Esquire is out with their list of the "Best Bars in America" which features 27 watering holes they say "do the best job of deepening a sense of community and making everyone feel at home...while also pouring exactly what you need." The list includes bars from New York City to Honolulu - and even an old-school Palm Springs joint.
Remember how nice and cool and wonderful May was? Welp, those days are over, friend.
For more than a year now, a huge restoration has been quietly taking place at the famous UFO-shaped, Palm Springs home that was once owned by Bob Hope and his wife Dolores. The project aims to bring the home more in line with architect John Lautner's original plans and, well, I just can't wait to be invited to the housewarming party.
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