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A Palm Desert man was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after police say he fell asleep at the wheel, then drove over a center divide into oncoming traffic on Monterey Avenue before crashing into a curb in front of College of the Desert early Sunday morning. Comment?
The La Quinta High School track and field team had several athletes do well at the Jim Polite Walnut Invitational on Saturday. Comment?
We asked readers to tell the circumstances of what brought them to live in greater Palm Springs. Comment?
Tennis legends, friends and family gathered last Sunday at the BNP Paribas Open to honor the memory of Annalee Thurston, beloved Indio Chamber of Commerce manager and trailblazing woman sports executive, during a dinner reception held in her name. Comment?
A 22-year-old parolee suspected in several Palm Desert residential break-ins was arrested Friday. Comment?
The Desert Sun and Mydesert.com were inundated with videos Friday as bands hustled to meet the noon deadline for the competition to perform at Tachevah: A Palm Springs Block Party. Comment?
This is the city, after all, that has seen some amazing growth in its entertainment offerings. Comment?
BrightSource Energy announced Friday it has signed a partnership agreement with Spanish solar company Abengoa for the construction and operation of its 500-megawatt Palen solar power plant to be located east of the Coachella Valley. Comment?
Whether Vons will ever move into the old Mervyn's building it bought in 2009 on Fred Waring Drive and Highway 111 depends on the economic recovery, a store official said this week. Comment?
A hiker suffering from dehydration northeast of Indio was airlifted to a hospital Friday. Comment?
A Palm Springs High School teacher accused of molesting at least one male student pleaded not guilty Friday to sodomy and other sexual offenses and was ordered into custody. Comment?
Behind their sprinters and throwers, the La Quinta High School boys' track and field squad defeated Palm Springs 691/3-582/3 on the road on Thursday. Comment?
Larger, plumper and juicier than kumquats, they are still small enough to eat in a couple of bites. Comment?
Four kindergarten classes at Hoover Elementary School in Indio learned about seven desert critters, thanks to The Living Desert's Wildlife on Wheels program and sponsor Assistance League of Palm Springs Desert Area. Comment?
It's a remarkable story of faith and vision. From the seeds of a dream to an organization that has become one of the major lifelines for thousands of east Coachella Valley residents, "The Narrow Door" stands as a bastion of hope for many in need. Comment?
The seeds have been sown to expand a home gardening program in Coachella Valley. Comment?
Exciting things are happening on the east valley dining scene. Soulful southern dishes are now offered on Mondays at Cafe Capitata in Spotlight 29 Casino. Comment?
California's unique culture has undeniably been shaped by the automobile. Believe it or not, the first California state highway bond issue was passed by voters in 1910. Comment?
The Palm Desert High School baseball team captured its fourth consecutive victory, combining 12 hits in a non-league triumph against Santa Ana Foothill. Comment?
With votes from all 438 precincts counted, Democratic Assemblyman Ben Hueso handily won the special election for the 40th Senate District, which includes parts of the Coachella Valley. Comment?