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Indio awards gated community cleanest in the city

A Valley community where neighbors work together to clean house is named one of the cleanest by the city of Indio.

County celebrates progress at new law building

Riverside County is spending millions of dollars in the city of Indio, hoping to keep you safe and create jobs.  Public officials celebrated the progress of construction at its three-story, 90,000-square-foot law building at Highway 111 and Jackson Street. 

Tustin man arrested for Rancho Mirage burglary

A Tustin man has been arrested after officers found stolen property at his home from a burglary that occurred in Rancho Mirage last month.

Arraignment rescheduled for man charged in Pinyon Pines murders

The ex-boyfriend of a young woman killed in a 2006 triple murder in Pinyon Pines appeared in court Wednesday morning, but his arraignment was
rescheduled to May 16.

Three WWII planes on display at Palm Springs Air Museum

94-year-old Tuskegee Airman celebrates birthday in the sky

The last flying B-24 Witchcraft Liberator Bomber in the world takes flight with two other vintage planes at the Palm Springs Air Museum.

Local band getting opporunity to open for major act at Tachevah Block Party

Thanks to the music scene developing over the years in the desert, a local band is getting a huge opportunity to share the stage with one of today's biggest acts.

Indio Youth

Unrest between parents, board at local little league

The governing body of a local little league is under fire from parents who are unhappy about how things are being run.  The Indio Youth Sports Association is dealing with some major tension between adults and it's taking a toll on the kids. 

Cathedral City installs Cathedral Canyon crosswalk to slow speed and help keep pedestrians safe

Cathedral City creates safer route for Cathedral Canyon pedestrians

For years, students faced danger getting to school crossing Cathedral Canyon Drive. Now Cathedral City hopes a push of a button will help keep them and other pedestrians safe.

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What things cost in America: 1914 and 2014

Counting out money

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The Consumer Price Index rose 0.2 percent in March, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics said increases in the shelter and food costs accounted for most of the rise. See how much things like homes, cars and milk cost in 1914 compared to today's prices.

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Hundreds missing after South Korean ferry sinks

South Korean ferry sinks, rescuers

Kim Hong-Ji/Reuters

Rescue boats and helicopters are scrambling to find almost 300 passengers, including scores of high school students, missing after a ferry sank off the southwest coast of South Korea.

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