‘Learning to live’ with COVID-19, immigration policy along with other top moments from the debate

‘Learning to live’ with COVID-19, immigration policy along with other top moments from the debate

Previous Twentynine Palms Marine sentenced to life for murder

Police shoot robbery suspects at Palm Springs casino parking area

Indio victim that is homicide

La Quinta rentals: Stiffer charges, fines proposed

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CVUSD unveils hybrid learning proposition

The college board would not accept a particular date for the in-person return. Your choice arrived times after some applicants urged care.

CSUSB faculty user works to save yourself Ebony churches

Earlier this March, Lacey Kendall, a broadcaster that is local news consultant and faculty user at CSUSB, Palm Desert Campus saw a need to simply help neighborhood churches.

Sue Townsley along with her spouse relocated towards the Coachella Valley last year, where she quickly immersed herself in volunteer work.

Systemic racism left Latino farmworkers and their loved ones susceptible to COVID-19

Latinos were denied pay that is fair making them vulnerable to COVID-19. In this six-part show, United States Of America TODAY investigates exactly how racism killed folks of color.

Indio council chooses against tamale festival alternate

The Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians offered an early-stage proposal to host the Indio Global Tamale Festival on tribal lands. Continue reading “‘Learning to live’ with COVID-19, immigration policy along with other top moments from the debate”