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College students clean up Desert Hot Springs

Students from the University of Oregon spent their spring break giving back. The group partnered with DACE, or Desert Alliance Community Empowerment, and spent the day Wednesday picking up trash in Desert Hot Springs. 

La Quinta brush fire contained 2 acres

Crews are on scene of a brush fire in La Quinta. It was reported just before 5:00 Sunday afternoon in the area of Jackson Street and Avenue 62.  

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Brush fire in Perris threatened structures

A brush fire that threatened structures in Perris has burned 16 acres. 

One Person Dead in Coachella Triple Shooting

20 Year Old Coachella Man Killed 

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Person hit, killed by car on I10 in Banning

A pedestrian was hit by a vehicle and killed on Interstate 10 in Banning Saturday.

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Shelter From the Storm celebrates 3rd annual New Beginnings Gala

Shelter From the Storm celebrates 3rd annual New Beginnings Gala

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Indio celebrates 85 years as a city

The City of Indio is celebrating 85 years in the Coachella Valley. Saturday the community gathered for a free day of fun at the Heritage Festival.


Martha's Village and Kitchen celebrates 25 years

Martha's Village and Kitchen is celebrating a milestone of service in the Valley. It's commemorating 25 years of providing homeless services.

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  • More 'Transformers' sequels, spinoffs coming

    Transformers Age of Extinction

    From Paramount Pictures

    The bot world is getting bigger. Paramount, Michael Bay and Lorenzo di Bonaventura are enlisting Akiva Goldsman to help the studio develop ideas and a team to work on future "Transformers" spinoffs and sequels, a source tells THR.


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8 foods that age your skin faster

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Yahoo! Beauty consulted nutritional therapist Petronella Ravenshear on what foods (and drinks) may be prematurely aging your skin.


Twitter reacts to Indiana "religious freedoms" bill

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Notable names on Twitter -- including celebrities, athletes and politicians -- are pushing back against an Indiana law that allows businesses to refuse service gay people on religious grounds. Click on to see who's making social media waves.

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