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A 50-year-old Landers man died at the hospital after he was struck by a Jeep Tuesday night at the intersection of Twentynine Palms Highway and Old Woman Springs Road in Yucca Valley.
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.
Palm Springs tied the all-time daily heat record for the second day in a row on Wednesday.
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.
Graduation ceremonies are usually fairly predictable. There's some singing from the choir, chats about the future from school staff, boredom in the stands as everyone just waits for the one student they came to see walk on stage for five seconds, and a nice, uplifting speech from the class's valedictorian. That was not the case in San Ysidro.
The Ontario arena that you have known forever as Citizen's Business Bank Arena will have a new name on July 1 as Toyota has inked a 10-year naming rights deal with the facility.
Yup, it was definitely hot on Tuesday in the desert.
If you look really closely, you might be able to spot some clues that this California license plate is not legit.
Looking to have a wedding in Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley? Get ready to spend some cash for it.
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.
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