Former Corona tennis coach José Nino…

Former Corona High tennis coach and photography teacher José Nino had no plans for retirement as he neared 50 years of work at the school. That's logical since his life is an unplanned success story. An emigrant from Mexico, he… Read full article at Los Angeles Times

Students & parents detail school lockdown…

Students and parents detailed the moments leading up to a lockdown at John Kelley Elementary School, as police searched for an armed man in Thermal on Tuesday. Some students were a little shaken-up. "I kind of felt like a little… Read full article at KESQ News

Lockdown lifted at John Kelley Elementary…

Law enforcement lifted the lock down on John Kelley Elementary School and the Coachella Valley Unified School District in Thermal around 1 p.m. Tuesday, officials said. The lockdown had been in effect about two hours. These sites were locked down… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Why President Trump’s new sports medicine…

Following years of bipartisan work between members of Congress, President Trump signed new legislation that greatly improves legal protections for athletic trainers and other sports medicine professionals when traveling outside of their state of licensure to provide care to athletes.… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Cathedral City homecoming parade will close…

Cathedral City High School students will shower their community with school spirit this week, but it'll cause one major road to shut down for a couple of hours. The annual homecoming parade is scheduled for Thursday afternoon and, as per… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Gray, Freeman seek to represent Menifee…

The race for a seat to represent Menifee on the Perris Union High School District board is heating up with the increased public presence of candidate Michael Gray. Gray, a former teacher and administrator and current realtor, released the first… Read full article at Menifee 24/7

Soboba youth council gets involved

It’s a new year for the Soboba Youth Council to meet and plan its events for the upcoming session that mirrors the academic school year in San Jacinto. Several members were at a recent meeting that was called to discuss… Read full article at The Valley Chronicle

United Way of Desert’s Day of…

Throughout the Coachella Valley, over 140 volunteers covered 12 schools in 3 school districts to create the largest United Way of the Desert Day of Action to date. The day started promptly at 6:45 a.m. with Team Leaders showing up… Read full article at The Desert Sun