The Reporter strives to make most of our reporting easy to comprehend and quick to read. As time and resources allow, however, we will take deeper dives into issues that effect our community. Below is our collection of those articles, some of which takes months to research and report.
This week, representatives from multiple local governments are meeting with elected officials and others in Washington, D.C. The goal? Build on recent bipartisan support to see commuter rail finally come to the Coachella Valley.
Community Assistance, Recovery, and Empowerment (CARE) Court is designed to help people with serious mental illnesses, including about 14% of those without housing here. But both supporters and critics are pointing out its potential flaws.
Can we the people step in to solve the issues around deaths involving guns where politicians on both sides of the aisle have failed? That’s the premise of exhaustive work being done by one local podcaster.
Think you know what’s happening in Desert Highland Gateway Estates? Think again. In this comprehensive report about the community, we dispel many of the myths.
Business owners live in fear of retaliation, police are stretched thin, and a growing community of unhoused residents vows to stay where they call home.
Exorbitant fees. Outrageous deposits. Nonrefundable charges just to be on a waiting list. Welcome to the Coachella Valley rental market, where even the would-be mayor of Palm Springs is struggling to find suitable accommodations.