The Coachella Valley will enjoy cool, fall-like weather for at least a couple more days, according to National Weather Service reports, but high winds moving into the area will dramatically raise fire danger in large swaths of California as surface high pressure builds into the Pacific Northwest.
With the flick of one astonishingly large switch and lots of pale purple lighting, the 1970s seem to have made a comeback.
One of three lawsuits filed against the city and/or John Wessman involving the Desert Fashion Plaza revitalization project has been dropped, with an agreement to pay the city $1.4 million, the city’s attorney said Thursday.
With the cooler temperatures approaching, the Coachella Valley Association of Governments is reminding landscapers and gardeners of the dangers of scalping, a method of mowing grass to expose the stem before starting the reseeding process for the winter months.
Desert Sun assistant sports editor Shad Powers gives us his take on the Ron Howard film about the two-man battle for the 1976 Formula One championship.