13 people injured following crash involving Greyhound bus on 10 freeway in Cabazon
At least 13 people were injured following a multi-vehicle collision in Cabazon.
Surge of desert surf parks stir questions in dry California
Hours from the California coast, surfers are hoping one of the next spots where they can catch a wave is in the desert.
Special Report: Palm Springs Mayor Lisa Middleton
There were reports that the Palm City Council approved a basic income program for transgender and non-binary residents -- regardless of income. However, Palm Springs Mayor Lisa Middleton says those reports are wrong. She joined us at FOX 11's special report to set the record straight.
California city to give universal income to transgender, nonbinary residents regardless of earnings
Transgender residents in one California city are eligible to receive a universal basic income of up to $900 per month solely for identifying as transgender or nonbinary — no strings attached.
3.1 magnitude earthquake shakes near Palm Springs
A small earthquake struck Monday near Palm Springs.
'Storyliving': Disney to develop US residential communities, starting in California
Disney plans to develop “Storyliving” residential communities across the U.S., including the first in Rancho Mirage, California, called “Cotino.”
Preliminary 3.7-magnitude earthquake reported in Riverside County
A preliminary 3.7-magnitude earthquake was reported in the southern part of Riverside County Tuesday afternoon.
Community gathers in honor of fallen Marine Cpl. Hunter Lopez killed in Afghanistan bombing attack
Community members gathered for the procession of fallen Marine Corporal and Riverside County's own Hunter Lopez.
Community gathers for procession of fallen U.S. Marine Cpl. Hunter Lopez
Community members gathered for the procession of fallen Marine Corporal, Hunter Lopez.
Parents, advocates challenge mask mandates at Riverside County schools
“All they're doing is hurting kids physically and emotionally by making them wear these masks. Mandating them is unethical," said Annette Hoegner, a volunteer ambassador for Children's Health Defense-California.
Mural honoring inaugural poet Amanda Gorman painted in Palm Springs
A colorful mural featuring Los Angeles native Amanda Gorman, the poet who read her work at President Joe Biden's inauguration and at the Super Bowl, is now on display in downtown Palm Springs.
Online auction to feature items from Elvis' honeymoon hideaway in Palm Springs
A collection of furniture and other items from the Palm Springs estate where Elvis and Priscilla Presley spent their honeymoon will be auctioned off on Jan. 16.
Palm Springs Film Festival to return in 2022
The 2021 Palm Springs International Film Festival has been canceled and will instead return in 2022, organizers announced Monday.
3.3 magnitude earthquake strikes near Palm Springs
A preliminary 3.3-magnitude earthquake struck Tuesday 4.6 miles northeast of Idyllwild and 7.3 miles west-southwest of Palm Springs.
'Captured Daydreaming', local artist overcomes challenges to create unique projects
A successful young artist has emerged out of the graffiti culture of Venice Beach to become an artist in residence at the Palm Springs Art Museum.
Firefighter injured while battling large brush fire in Palm Springs
A firefighter was injured while battling a wildfire in northern Palm Springs.
Highly contagious hemorrhagic rabbit disease found in California for 1st time
For the first time a highly contagious and deadly rabbit has been found in California, according to the Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW).
'Who's next?': Superstar Sia pretends to be lottery winner, pays for groceries at Walmart
Australian pop superstar Sia shocked shoppers at a Walmart in California on Wednesday when she pretended to be a lottery winner and bought groceries for them.
Two earthquakes strike Palm Springs area
Two 3.5 earthquakes were detected in the Palm Springs area Sunday.
Man sentenced to death for fatally shooting two Palm Springs police officers
John Hernandez Felix, 29, was sentenced to death for the murders of Officers Jose Gilbert “Gil” Vega and Lesley Zerebny.