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THOUSAND PALMS, Calif. - The September Coachella Valley Spotlight recipient is Cathedral City High School. The funds from the $25,000 grant, provided by ...
Holiday hangover doesn't stop Rattlers from grabbing tournament opening victory The Desert Sun
As one might expect, Rancho Mirage was not its sharpest on day after Christmas, but still earned an easy tourney win.
Cathedral City falls just short in bid for first football win in two seasons The Desert Sun
Cathedral City High School came within inches of winning its first football game in two seasons Friday night. “We drove the ball down to the 1-yard line, but we ...
Cathedral City High student completes clumsy, cake-covered prom proposal KESQ
Cathedral City HS student Francisco Vizcaino was sure to make his prom proposal memorable, getting fairly creative, confectionary, and clumsy in his efforts.
Cathedral City renames two streets to honor local students KESQ
Two Cathedral City streets were renamed today in honor of a pair of local students being recognized for their academic achievements.
CCHS "Adopt-a-Family" program providing holiday cheer KESQ
Christmas cheer came a little early for some families in the the western Coachella Valley, all thanks to students from Cathedral City High School.
Local students take part in national school walkout KESQ
When the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High school happened one month ago, it hit home for a lot of students around the country.
Cathedral City commissions mural of two local sports heroes KESQ
Cathedral City is honoring two Coachella Valley sports heroes, world boxing champion Timothy "Desert Storm" Bradley and mixed martial arts and Ultimate ...
Three Coachella Valley high schools named among state's best KESQ
COACHELLA VALLEY, Calif.- - Three Coachella Valley high schools have been named to U.S. News and World Report's Best High Schools for 2018 list.
Students at Cathedral City HS now have their own swimming pool KESQ
Students at Cathedral City High School are excited to have their very own swimming pool at the school. It's the school's very first swimming pool since opening in ...
Volunteers help store over 5000 flags honoring fallen members of U.S. armed forces KESQ
Families and volunteers gathered at Patriot Park in Cathedral City on Saturday for a closing ceremony honoring our valley's veterans. Over 5000 flags have lined ...
Week 7: Friday's high school football scores: Palm Desert, Xavier Prep earn big wins The Desert Sun
Week 7 games include unbeaten Palm Desert vs. Shadow Hills as well as La Quinta vs. Rancho Mirage.
Cathedral City High students simulate earthquake disaster response KESQ
Students at Cathedral City High School were simulating a response to a major earthquake on campus Tuesday morning as part of the "Great ShakeOut" ...
Cathedral City's Kayla Rae Reid weds Ryan Lochte again, but this time in La Quinta The Desert Sun
Lochte and Reid exchanged vows during an outdoor ceremony Sunday at Morrow Ranch in La Quinta.
List of local Veterans Day events KESQ
People all over the United States will gather on November 11 pay tribute to the brave men and women have served or are continuing to serve our country.
Coachella Valley native and California school Counselor of the Year reflects on mentorship The Desert Sun
Josh Godinez, a Coachella Valley native and 2019 Counselor of the Year, says student culture has changed, but principles of mentorship are timeless.
Cathedral City set for Snow-Fest KESQ
A winter wonderland is coming to downtown Cathedral City next week.
Cannabis cultivation center seeks city approval, residents express concerns KESQ
CATHEDRAL CITY, Calif.- - From street level, it appears to just be another run-down building, a boarded-up husk of a former furniture store. But one company ...
6th annual Salute to Veterans Ride kicks off KESQ
Palm Desert, Calif. -- -. Hundreds of people came out to support local veterans and honor our local fallen heroes at Saturday's sixth annual "Salute to the ...
PSUSD implements closed campus policy for upcoming school year KESQ
Students in the west Coachella Valley will be heading back to school next week, but in the Palm Springs Unified School District there will be some very ...
Pool finally approved for Cathedral City HS KESQ
Cathedral City High School will beat the heat in their very own pool.
Cesar Chavez documentary screened for local high school students KESQ
Cathedral City High School students were given the first screening of the Cesar Chavez documentary called "Hailing Cesar", produced by Chavez's grandson.
Halloween 2018: Where to Go, What to Do in Greater Palm Springs Palm Springs Life
Time to eat, drink, and be scary. Here is a list of Halloween 2018 events for kids, families, and adults in Greater Palm Springs.
Coachella Valley students shadow Riverside County employees KESQ
Nearly 100 Coachella Valley high school students shadowed County Supervisor V. Manuel Perez and other county employees today during the 15th annual ...
Players walk out on softball coach at Cathedral City KESQ
CATHEDRAL CITY, Calif. - Tensions on the softball diamond at Cathedral City have been boiling between its players and head coach for two years.
From the league to the coaches to the players, everything feels new for Indio Rajahs The Desert Sun
With a new league configuration and a new head coach, Indio is excited for the new football season.
Annual event honoring veterans opens this weekend in Cathedral City KESQ
The 12th annual Healing Field, a weeklong memorial honoring veterans who made the ultimate sacrifice, will open to the public on Sunday in Cathedral City.
Local teacher says religion may have cost him his job KESQ
CATHEDRAL CITY, Calif. - A few times a month, teacher and coach Robert Hudson meets students from the Fellowship of Christian Athletes club at Cathedral ...
Cathedral City Hitting its Stride Palm Springs Life
A wide variety of new projects and developments set to emerge in Cathedral City illustrate its depth and commitment to being an extraordinary destination.
Going Paperless Benefits Teachers, Students—and the Bottom Line EdSurge
Remember the many hours you used to spend preparing and printing documents each week, only to watch them make their way from students' desks to the ...
Pinyon Pines murder case: Defendants sentenced to life without parole The Desert Sun
Robert Pape and Cristin Smith have been sentenced to life without parole in the 2006 triple murders of Jon Hayward, his girlfriend, Vicki Friedli, and her ...
2006 suspect statements presented in Day 8 of Pinyon Pines triple murder trial KESQ
RIVERSIDE, Calif.- - After a 4-day pause, the trial of Cristin Smith and Robert Pape picked back up today. On Thursday, Day 8 of the trial, Riverside Sheriff's ...
Caregiver charged with murder, grand theft in death of elderly Indio woman The Desert Sun
A Palm Desert woman charged with murder for allegedly causing a string of overdoses in a woman she cared for, so she could gain access to the woman's ...
Relay for Life in Cathedral City March 14 KESQ
Relay for Life will take over Cathedral City High School's football field and track for 24 hours to raise funds and awareness for the American Cancer Society.
2019's Queen Scheherazade and her royal court crowned KESQ
Queen Scheherazade and her royal court have been crowned! Saturday evening, ten young women gathered at the Riverside County Fairground's Fullenwider ...
Pinyon Pines triple murder case featured on '48 Hours' two weeks before sentencing The Desert Sun
On Saturday, the CBS television show "48 Hours" featured an update to its Pinyon Pines triple murder case episode, after two Cathedral City High School ...
Riverside Countys 2019 Queen Scheherazade, Court Crowned Patch.com
Riverside County's 2019 Queen Scheherazade - Palm Desert, CA - Ten young ladies from across Riverside County competed for the crowns of Queen ...
Pinyon Pines murder trial: Everything you should know about the case The Desert Sun
Three people were found dead at a burning San Jacinto Mountain home on Sept. 17, 2006. The trial of two suspects began April 16, 2018.
State Meet Preview: Division IV MileSplit
Anthony Grover looks to repeat as individual state champion. Foothill Tech girls after three-peat. Laguna Beach aiming to be all-time state best in Division IV.
Lions girls' soccer cruises to opening round victory USA TODAY High School Sports
Cathedral City High School wasn't expecting to play Tuesday night. Tied for second place in the Desert Valley League standings, the Lions were so confident ...
Pinyon Pines: Twelve years after triple murder, trial finally set to start The Desert Sun
Robert Pape and Cristin Smith are suspects in the 2006 Pinyon Pines triple homicide. Their trial begins Monday and is expected to last six weeks.
Telecommunications expert takes stand to start Day 11 of Pinyon Pines murder trial KESQ
RIVERSIDE, Calif.- - On Thursday, Day 10 of the Pinyon Pines triple murder trial, the first family member of Becky and Vicki Friedli took the witness stand.
Cathedral City mayor Kathy DeRosa reflects on legacy The Desert Sun
On Tuesday, Cathedral City will swear in its first new mayor in 10 years when Councilman Stan Henry takes the reins from Kathy DeRosa, who has held the title ...
Mother of murder victim seeks custody of baby left behind KESQ
The mother of the young woman killed in a double-murder suicide in Palm Springs on Sunday, January 4, spoke to News Channel 3 and CBS Local 2 Thursday ...
High School thespians compete in inaugural Lucie Arnaz Awards KESQ
The inaugural Lucie Arnaz Awards, held today in Palm Springs, pitted young thespians from public and private high school theater programs throughout the ...
From Disney to Digicom: David Vogel leads local digital non-profit The Desert Sun
To understand Digicom and its metamorphosis, you first have to understand David Vogel.
70 years after WWII: Coachella Valley did its part The Desert Sun
Seventy years have passed since Japan surrendered on Aug. 14, 1945 — ending the United States' involvement in one of the most hellish chapters in its military ...
Candlelight vigil honors Palm Springs crash victims KESQ
Family and friends gather to remember Osvaldo Ramirez and Tierra Reagins, who were killed in crash over the weekend in Palm Springs.
Redondo Union High School marching band brings home state championship Beach Reporter
The Redondo Union High School Band and Guard has another tune to add to its arsenal: a celebration song for being named California State Band Champions ...
Thousands Attend MLK Parade In South LA CBS Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Thousands of people cheered and waved along the route of Monday's 33rd annual Kingdom Day Parade in South Los Angeles, ...
City of Palm Springs hires Denise Goolsby The Desert Sun
Denise Goolsby is hired by City of Palm Springs as manager of the Office of Neighborhood Involvement.
History of police officer deaths in Coachella Valley area The Desert Sun
At least 20 local law enforcement officers have died in the line of duty since 1956.
Marines release discharge information for Daniel Knauf KESQ
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. - We're learning more information about the former Marine suspected in a double murder suicide in Palm Springs. Police began ...
The LA International Music Festival Tickets - Walt Disney Concert Hall L.A. Weekly
Get tickets for the upcoming The L.A. International Music Festival event at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.
Top Riverside County Students Recognized at Awards Dinner Patch.com
Palm Desert, CA - Top students from 55 Riverside County comprehensive public high schools were honored at academic awards dinner.
Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort to Present Thanksgiving Celebration Patch.com
Palm Desert, CA - The celebration begins Friday, Nov. 25.
200 Artists From 60 Major Museums And 25 Countries Turn Indian Wells Into An International Art Destination PR Web
Indian Wells, CA (PRWEB) February 01, 2018 -- The Coachella Valley is set to bloom in a colorful efflorescence of fine art at the 16th annual Indian Wells.
Coachella Valley volunteers time during Thanksgiving The Desert Sun
Lou Salute and neighbor Terri Kirshner worked in rhythm Thursday morning, placing slices of pumpkin pie, butter and utensils on plates filled with turkey and all ...
Holiday-themed events throughout Coachella Valley The Desert Sun
Comedy, orchestra, ballet to get you in holiday spirit.
Records shape story of Pinyon Pines killings The Desert Sun
Timothy Summerlee was among 22 witnesses who testified before a grand jury in March for the triple homicide that night in 2006 in Pinyon Pines, a scene ...
Altura Credit Union awards $42000 in college scholarships to local students CUinsight.com
RIVERSIDE, CA (July 6, 2016) — Altura Credit Union has awarded $42,000 in college scholarships to local high school seniors planning to attend college in the ...
Timothy Bradley Seeking Another Boxing Title For Youngest Child Patch.com
Palm Desert, CA - Coachella Valley native will attempt to end the first two-fight winless streak of his professional boxing career.
Pedego brings electric bikes to La Quinta The Desert Sun
Pedego opens first valley store, hoping battery-powered bikes will appeal to snowbirds and tourists.
Girl in NJ threatening suicide saved by California teen who saw her ominous blog post - NY Daily News New York Daily News
The post wasn't even a veiled threat, and the teenager typing on the other end meant it when she said she was going to kill herself. Jackie Rosas, an 18-year-old ...
National Philanthropy Day grows up The Desert Sun
In a community with over 800 charities and non-profits, there is a great deal of turnover. They come and go, with some becoming icons while others disappear.
Bighorn Golf Club in Palm Desert announces promotions The Desert Sun
This week, Your Business Your News -- a business roundup -- includes Desert Hot Springs' new police chief, staff changes at Bighorn Golf Club in Palm Desert ...
West valley restaurants offer Thanksgiving menus The Desert Sun
From Palm Springs to Rancho Mirage, restaurants, resorts and casinos create holiday menus and traditions.
Ask Larry: Byron Smith? The Desert Sun
Q: Could you explain what the situation is with Byron Smith? Is he eligible for the Web.com finals? A: No, unfortunately Smith didn't qualify for those finals.
200 Artists From 60 Major Museums and 25 Countries Make Indian Wells An International Art Destination PR Web
Indian Wells Arts Festival will showcase 200 top artists from 60 major museums, 25 countries and over 20 states across the nation, March 31 - April 1 & 2, 2017.
Experience the International Palette of the 2017 Indian Wells Arts Festival PR Web
Coachella Valley attracts tourists and art enthusiasts with international art show Indian Wells Arts Festival.
Engineering Students Win Award from National Clean Energy Contest UC Riverside
February 16, 2011: Design project to develop clean, affordable fuel cells to generate electricity yields students' third national award in a year.
4 Temecula Students Named Among Countys 10 Brightest Patch.com
Temecula, CA - Great Oak High School's Alison Long, Marianne Dang and Jae Shin, and Chaparral High School's Yuzhu (Emma) Mei, were named to Riverside ...
Arbitrary School Suspensions On The Rise? Neon Tommy
Caught on film watching a fight outside of school, Gabriel, from Cathedral City High School, was suspended when authorities at his school got a hold of the ...
Is the High School Boys 800m Getting Faster in March? MileSplit
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Claudia Lane and several strong teams headline Division 4 MileSplit
Claudia Lane is the headliner but don\'t fall asleep on the team battles in this division.
Vista Murrieta Student Named to All-County Academic Team Patch.com
Murrieta, CA - Roger William Ibarra, a senior at Vista Murrieta High School, was among 10 students named to the All-County Adademic Team in a ceremony ...
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