Sheriff's Department confirms investigation at CVHS over nude pictures

The Riverside County Sheriff's Department confirms that there is an active investigation at Coachella Valley High School, over an incident involving nude pictures and social media.

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Maxcy's is the target of an armed robbery

A restaurant employee confirms there was an armed robbery Wednesday night at Maxcy's Grill on Grapefruit Boulevard in Coachella.

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3.2 Earthquake near Catalina

 A magnitude-3.2 earthquake struck at 10:12 p.m in the Gulf of Santa Catalina, 12 miles south of Avalon, according to the Caltech Seismological Laboratory. No injuries or damage reported.

Local Hospitals Ready If a Patient Ever Tests Positive for Ebola

News about the first case of the ebola virus in the United State's is putting people on edge. Many are wondering if hospitals here in the valley could handle an infected patient.
  

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Tennis For Fun in La Quinta

The USTA is co-sponsoring 2 free events on Friday and Saturday at the Tennis for Fun event at La Quinta's Fritz Burns Park.

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Valley stranger danger reports spark concerns and need for education

A recent string of attempted child abductions in the Coachella Valley has some parents concerned. A family safety advocate who's far too familiar with the reality of a missing child says parents can be pro-active to help prevent tragedy happening to their household.

Sheriff's Department confirms investigation at CVHS over nude pictures

The Riverside County Sheriff's Department confirms that there is an active investigation at Coachella Valley High School, over an incident involving nude pictures and social media.

Palm Springs to use grant money to inventory trees

The city of Palm Springs will count more than 15,000 trees paid for by an $80,000 grant from the Southern California Association of Governments.

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Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus in Palm Desert

Palm Desert is the first urban area in the Coachella Valley this year where mosquitoes have tested positive for West Nile virus.

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  • William, Kate warn paparazzi to back off baby George

    Prince George looks at bilby

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    Lawyers for Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, have sent letters to two photographers asking them to stop following the couple's son, Prince George, and his nanny around public parks, Buckingham Palace said Thursday.



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