Opponents Of 17-Ton Marilyn Monroe Statue In Palm Springs Dealt Blow By JudgeOpponents of the 26-foot Marilyn Monroe statue, which drew protestors to its downtown Palm Springs unveiling in June, were dealt a legal blow Thursday.
Watch: Bomb Pops, Other Icy Treats Melt In Front Of Popsicle Art Installation In Palm SpringsA display of six actual popsicles placed in front of the “Popsicles” sculpture by artist John Cerney melted easily in the 113-degree heat that was recorded in Palm Springs Sunday.
Palm Springs Breaks 128-Year-Old Record For Rainfall On June 23Palm Springs got a fractional amount of rainfall Wednesday, but it still broke a 128-year-old record.
Palm Springs Records 1st Rain On June 23 In More Than 100 YearsWednesday marked the first time rain fell in Palm Springs on June 23 in at least 128 years, according to the National Weather Service.
'Exploitative And Misogynistic': Protesters Greet Return Of 26-Foot Marilyn Monroe Statue In Palm SpringsThe 26-foot “Forever Marilyn” statue was unveiled Sunday night with a ceremony. The statue designed by the late artist Seward Johnson depicts Monroe in her iconic scene from the 1955 romantic comedy, “The Seven Year Itch.”
Authorities Recover Body Of 16-Year-Old Isaiah Benz Of Canoga Park In Lake HavasuThe search resumed at first light Monday morning, after authorities spent most of Sunday scouring the lake with the help of deputies in scuba gear, divers, side scan sonar technology and a helicopter from Native Air.
Palm Springs Reaches All-Time High Temperature Of 123 DegreesAccording to the National Weather Service, Palm Springs has reached 123 degrees just three other times – on Aug. 1, 1993, and back-to-back in 1995, on July 28 and 29. And sunset did not bring much relief – it was still 102 degrees at 10:30 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.
Palm Springs Officials Urge Hikers To Take Precautions In Triple Digit TemperaturesPalm Springs Fire Department Friday urged hikers to take precautions on local trails due to triple digit temperatures.
String Of Starlink Satellites Spotted Across Southern California OvernightThe unsettling sight was spotted at about 10 p.m. Wednesday night and were visible to eagle-eyed sky watchers throughout Southern California. The lights were the 60 Starlink satellites that were launched into space on Tuesday.
Riverside Deputy Fatally Shoots Man Allegedly Armed With Tire Iron Near CabazonA Riverside County sheriff's deputy Friday fatally shot a man allegedly armed with a tire iron near Cabazon.
Desert X Art Exhibit Opens In Palm SpringsOne of the first major art events in the country since the pandemic began opened Friday in Palm Springs.
'Don't Feel A Day Over 21': World War II Veteran Celebrates 100th Birthday In Palm SpringsSylvia Logan’s family surprised her at Sunrise Park, where they all donned masks and greeted her with balloons, including ones shaped in the numerals “100.”
Palm Springs Man, 19, Arrested In Murder Of 78-Year-Old Riverside GrandmotherSixto Jesus Garcia Pena, who was already in custody at the Imperial County jail for an attempted car theft, was arrested Wednesday by Riverside police detectives on suspicion of murder, home invasion robbery, and burglary.
'Sonny Bono Estate' In Palm Springs Hits Market For $5 MillionBono, the late singer turned mayor and Republican congressman, once lived in the Crestview Drive home that was built in 1940 by the Gillette razor family.
Palm Springs Aerial Tramway Back Open With Face Masks And Timed TicketsThe Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, which has been operating since 1963, reopened on Friday, with new safety rules in place to help cut down the spread of coronavirus.