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Update: Nearly all power restored, IID asks customers to conserve

Nearly all power is restored in the east Coachella Valley. About 2,200 customers in the Thermal and La Quinta from 52 Ave to 65 Ave were affected.  Surge in power use in this area is causing power to go back out. 

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Coachella Valley celebrates Fourth of July

People across the country and right here in our valley are celebrating the Fourth of July this weekend with backyard barbecues, pool time and firework. 

Gov. Brown signs bill to close Bump and Grind Trail

Hiker dies on Bump and Grind trail in Palm Desert

A 61-year old man died just before one 1 p.m. Sunday on the Bump and Grind hiking trail. The Riverside County Sheriff's Department is investigating the hiker's cause of the death.

Power outage electricity generic

Update: Nearly all power restored, IID asks customers to conserve

Nearly all power is restored in the east Coachella Valley. About 2,200 customers in the Thermal and La Quinta from 52 Ave to 65 Ave were affected.  Surge in power use in this area is causing power to go back out. 

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Kids tee off in Palm Desert golf contest, family day

Some of the greatest golfers in history started swinging at a young age. Kids hit the green in Palm Desert, learning the sport and life lessons.

Photo courtesy of Steve Brown, The Sun Runner

Lake Fire 90 percent contained in San Bernardino mountains

After more than two weeks, firefighters have a good handle on the Lake Fire.

Lake Fire 85% contained after burning 31,359 acres

Firefighters continue to make good progress as they continue to attack the Lake Fire, which has been burning in the San Bernardino National Forest for over two weeks.

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Family and friends mourn loss of 4th of July crash victim one year later

When you're out on the roads this July Fourth weekend, a local family wants you to think about what happened to their loved one, one year ago.

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Lawsuit aims to pull the plug on Desert Hot Springs pot shops

There are new allegations of corruption against the city of Desert Hot Springs. The lawsuit being filing with the state aims to overturn the city's medical marijuana ordinance. 

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  • Thousands expected to gather for royal baby's christening

    Young British royal siblings George and Charlotte

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    A paddock in the English countryside -- more used to stampeding cows than people -- will open its gates Sunday to an influx of royal well-wishers, hoping to catch a glimpse of the country's newest princess.



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7 tips for healthy Fourth of July weekend

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Keep you and your friends and family healthy and safe over the Fourth of July weekend with these tips.

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Who's running and who could run in 2016?

Jim Webb, June 2015

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Former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb announced his campaign for president Thursday, becoming the fifth Democrat to join the primary contest. Find out who else is running and who some of the other possible candidates are.

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