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Palm Springs (Riverside, California)

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  • The Crowd: PBS SoCal shines on at 'Illumination' gala

    It was an evening of illumination. The 2011 PBS SoCal gala on Saturday evening attracted a crowd of nearly 500 guests converging upon the Orange County Fair & Event Center's hangar building in Costa Mesa. Co-chairs of the mega successful party Peggy...
  • 5.4 Quake Rattles Nerves, No Major Damage

    5.4 Quake Rattles Nerves, No Major Damage
    LOS ANGELES -- A strong earthquake hit Southern California at 4:53 p.m. Wednesday afternoon. The magnitude 5.4 quake was centered 28 miles south of Palm Springs near Borrego Springs, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. It was initially reported...
  • Loss of a special place

    Gay activists are delighted, and local historians should be pleased, that the City Council is requiring that a "bar" — a wine bar, to be precise — be included in the redevelopment of the Coast Inn. It may seem an odd request to make of a...
  • Man Arrested For Threats Made Against Seattle Congressman

    Man Arrested For Threats Made Against Seattle Congressman
    Seattlepi.com is a partner of catchwmw.com and q13fox.com A California man accused of making threats against Seattle Congressman Jim McDermott was arrested Wednesday, the Justice Department reported. Read the criminal complaint against Charles Turner...
  • Man Arrested For Threats to Rep. Jim McDermott

    Man Arrested For Threats to Rep. Jim McDermott
    A California man faces a federal charge for threatening to kill Congressman Jim McDermott.  An FBI complaint accuses Charles Habermann of calling McDermott's Seattle office and leaving profanity-laced phone messages on the voicemail.   Habermann is...
  • Granger man charged with threatening Donnelly

    Granger man charged with threatening Donnelly
    SOUTH BEND — Federal authorities have charged a Granger man with threatening U.S. Rep. Joe Donnelly and his South Bend office staff. Brett Keiling, 46, of the 10000 block of Anderson Road, called Donnelly’s downtown South Bend office...
  • Study: Bad local roads cost car owners $654 a year

    Study: Bad local roads cost car owners $654 a year
    Half of the major roads in San Diego are in poor condition, costing local car owners hundreds of dollars a year in repairs, according to data released Wednesday by a national transportation research group. San Diego roads were ranked the eighth worst...
  • Palm Springs' 'goat trails' by mountain bike

    Palm Springs' 'goat trails' by mountain bike
    Rocky and mostly barren, the San Jacinto and Santa Rosa mountains southwest of Palm Springs offer terrain hospitable only to king snakes, lizards and tortoises. Shade is almost nonexistent, and jagged rocks and barrel cactuses welcome visitors with...
  • Aileen Rinehart Schrader

    Aileen Rinehart Schrader
    Aileen Rinehart Schrader passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family on May 1, 2011 at the age of 89 in Palm Desert, CA. She touched the lives of so many people. She was born in Los Angeles, CA in 1922, the daughter of George and Ethel (Huntoon)...
  • Idyllwild

    Idyllwild, California What happens if, two-thirds of the way to a Palm Springs weekend, somebody grabs control of your family's vehicle, veers hard to the right, follows the cliff-clinging goat path known as California 243, then roars into the pines...
  • Rimrock Ranch fuses urban design with the rugged high desert

    Rimrock Ranch fuses urban design with the rugged high desert
    HERE IN the high desert north of Palm Springs, the tranquillity may be inspirational, but the elements can be harsh. Coping with 100-plus heat one month, flurries of snow in another can prove tough for residents in the cramped, wooden homes typical of the...
  • Southern California sizzles -- call it April madness

    Southern California sizzles -- call it April madness
    A second day of searing heat pushed temperatures to historic highs across the Southland on Monday, including Los Angeles, where readings broke records set more than 50 years ago. The temperature hit 100 degrees in downtown Los Angeles, breaking the...