Live Newscasts, Breaking News, Up To The Minute Weather, Sports Updates and Traffic Alerts.
KMIR mobile offers extensive coverage of the stories that matter most from the NBC affiliate in Palm Springs, CA.
Watch KMIR News All Day Long!
Starting at 5 a.m. with Dan Ball, to KMIR News at 11 p.m. with Thalia Hayden and Gino LaMont, our app provides you Coachella Valley and Southern California news throughout the day powered by www.KMIR.com.
App features include:
-The latest weather forecast from your KMIR Weather Team including Chief Meteorologist Ginger Jeffries, Soumada Smith in the morning, and Bryan Gallo on the weekend
-Your Health Matters reports from Janet Zappala
-Local and state politics and government, including updates from Riverside County and Sacramento
-News, sports and weather photos from around the Coachella Valley
-Videos from our latest newscasts, as well as web exclusive videos
-Traffic alerts for I-10 and Coachella Valley roadways that could impact your commute
- The latest information from the You Ask. We Investigate.Â© reports brought exclusively to you by KMIR News
-Station contests and promotions
-School closings and safety alerts
-A way to submit your story to our You Ask. We Investigate.© Team
Plus, you can easily share this content and connect to your friends and family using the Facebook and Twitter feature on our app!
We have added support for iPhone X! While reworking some parts of the app we fixed and polished the navigation, video player and photo galleries.
Ratings and Reviews
Forget coming here for any kind of breaking news...or barely current news either.
In a word, stale. KESQ isn’t much better...
I think the app is just an afterthought, and no effort is put forth to make it a viable go-to source for any real news.
There was a multi agency fire in Cathedral City last night...12 Engines responding. Nothing about it on the app this morning. Last night at eleven pm, KESQ led with the story, with a reporter on scene...KMIR, oops sorry...NBC Palm Springs ... led with old news.. Same effort put forth on this app apparently..
KMIR.COM is too repetitive, much too NBC left wing, and too many reporters do not speak correct English. A sad story🤪
Dr Bill Johnson,
Poor at best
Having moved from MN the NBC affiliate app is the same format but content is soooo lacking and not up to date. It really is disappointing.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.