By Paulina Rojas
COACHELLA, Calif. — On a warm summer night the sound of shoes clacking on the floor radiated from the clubhouse at Las Palmeras Estates, a group of low-income housing units in Coachella.
By Christian Mendez
Coachella, Calif. — In Riverside County, the human trafficking industry thrives, thanks in part to the accessibility of freeways connecting the area to major cities like Los Angeles and San Diego.
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Mecca — As part of their Rethink Your Drink initiative, the Regional Access Project Foundation created infused waters for Mecca residents at a Movies In The Park event on Thursday, July 31.
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When Jose Alcantar was invited to attend the annual Sons & Brothers camp, he was just excited to get out of the desert for a few days — but he was taken by surprise by how much the camp had to offer.
By Aurora Saldivar, Coachella Unincorporated
Coachella, Calif. — Inspired by the mass quantities of food Americans throw away, Christy Porter decided to tackle the hunger problem in the Coachella Valley over ten years ago.
By Alejandra Alarcon,
Mecca, Calif. — Joel Diaz’s life has changed drastically since Timothy Bradley, the boxer he trains, became the WBO welterweight champion after beating Manny Pacquiao in a controversial split decision on June 9.