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  • September 13 2023

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    By John Carey for the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. Broadcast version by Suzanne Potter for California News Service reporting for the Pulitzer Center-Public News Service Collaboration.Methane, one of the most potent greenhouse gases, is the major component of the biogas that seeps ...

  • May 28 2023

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    DLNews Consumer: Attorney General Bonta Announces Lawsuit Against Telecommunications Company over Billions of Illegal Robocalls. An Estimated 577 Million Robocalls were Sent to California Telephone Numbers on the National Do Not Call Registry    California Attorney General Rob Bonta is part of a gro...

  • May 26 2023

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    DLNews Biz: The Palm Springs Certified Farmers' Market will relocate as the weather gets warmer. This Saturday, May 27th, is the last day of our outdoor season. We are grateful for the community's support in buying local and sustaining family farms. Join us this Saturday for our final day of farm-fr...

  • May 10 2023

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    DLNews Jobs wanted: As a McDonald's employee, you can access various benefits, such as career development opportunities, flexible scheduling, and tuition assistance. The company is committed to investing in the communities it serves and providing meaningful employment to its crew and managers. Throu...

  • May 9 2023

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    By Caleigh Wells for KCRW.Hours after another storm soaked Southern California, LA County’s principal stormwater engineer Sterling Klippel stands at the base of the San Gabriel Dam, looking like a kid in a candy store. He gazes in awe at the thousands of gallons of stormwater rushing through this da...

  • March 18 2023

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    Suzanne Potter: Now, renters are getting hit with extra charges, and consumer advocates want the federal government to crack down on the so-called "junk rental fees."A new report from the National Consumer Law Center found many landlords charge excessive fees, not just for utilities but to process a...

  • March 10 2023

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    DLNews traffic: The City of Indio will be repaving various city streets, including portions of Oasis St, Madison St, Highway 111, Bristol St, Kenner Ave, and Dr. Carreon Blvd, between March 17, 2023, to March 31, 2023. Construction will occur between 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Mondays to Fridays.   Re...

  • Jan 18 2023

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    Josiah Vargas shows off some of the day's receipts from his regular burger joint. DLNews Staff: Josiah Vargas claims to have been given thousands of dollars instead of a burger at a McDonald's drive-in. The lucky customer reports this in a TikTok video, which has now been viewed more than a million ...

  • Dec 17 2022

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    DLNews Biz: You are not alone if you wonder why people spend so much during the Christmas holidays. According to recent studies, on average, American consumers plan to spend nearly $942 on gifts this holiday season - more than $57 more than last year.   "On average, American consumers plan to spend ...

  • Oct 13 2022

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    Rep. Mike Levin, Mayor Ernesto Gutierrez, Henry Bringas, Rep. Raul Ruiz DLNews City News: City leaders, residents, family members, and Representatives Raul Ruiz and Mike Levin celebrated the Ofelia Bringas Memorial Bridge's dedication on Thursday, October 6, 2022. During the program, the city unveil...

  • Sep 14 2022

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    NOTHING TO SHOW FOR 21 YEARS; CAMPUS SIZE DWINDLES WHILE PROJECT STALLS   Here are the facts:   Funding from a $346.5 million bond measure passed by Coachella Valley voters in 2004 was to be used partly to build this campus. As initially envisioned in 2011, the College of the Desert's West Valley C...

  • Sep 01 2022

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    PALM DESERT – A segment of Ramon Road in Thousand Palms will be resurfaced, and a drainage problem in Bermuda Dunes will be addressed this fall in new county transportation projects approved this week.   On Tuesday, the Riverside County Board of Supervisors approved the construction contract for the...