2005 thru 2007
"The Adventures of Mayor Bias"
By Alex Wade Bias
Howdie...Welcome to MayorBias.com!

      I have designed/developed this Website for the sole purpose of providing the citizens of Desert Hot Springs with a "time-portal" that willl allow them to view the history of their City from 1999 thru Present.  As seen through the eyes of this "Independent Activist" who served as President Elect of DHS Lunch Rotary, served as Secretary of the DHS Chamber of Commerce, served as Chairman of DHS Ecomonic Development Commission, served as Chairman of The Mayor's Beautification Committee,  Co-founder  of Community Leadership Empowering All Residence ( C.L.E.A.R.),  and ultimately became the Mayor of Desert Hot Springs.

     As well as through the eyes of the Media that scrutinized every move that our fair city made:  The Desert Sun, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Press Enterprise, The Valley Breeze, Desert Local News, Desert Star Weekly and Friends of Desert Hot Springs.

     God Bless!

Mayor Bias
a.k.a. Alex W. Bias

For Our Readers Convenience, we have added four pages at the top of our Home Page.  DHS Fiscal Emergency and  Election - 2013 and Rick Daniels - Needles and DEAN GRAY - PARTNER ABUSER.  These pages contain all the relevent articles and are updated on a daily basis.   Please visit our News Articles Section for  Complete Archives of Articles, dating from 2003 thru the present.

Hundreds walk for peace, unity on MLK Day in Desert Hot Springs

Laura Yanez, CBS Local 2 Anchor & Reporter, Laura.Yanez@cbslocal2.com


POSTED: 05:40 PM PST Jan 17, 2016  UPDATED: 05:56 PM PST Jan 18, 2016 



City leaders and the Martin Luther King Commemorative Committee of Desert Hot Springs hosted its 2nd annual Peace and Unity Walk on Monday. Hundreds of people of all ages linked arms and began the walk at Desert Hot Springs City Hall to Desert Hot Springs High School.

In remembrance of Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy, the walk aimed to improve relations between people of different races and backgrounds, along with governmental agencies such as police and schools.

"I think it's good because it shows respect," said 10-year-old Mia Gonzalez.

The walk symbolized the march that Martin Luther King Jr. led across the Edmund Pettis Bridge in Selma, Alabama in 1965.

"In times like this it's important to remind the children it's not always about color. It's not always about where you come from, it's the opportunities ahead of you," said Dominique Thornhill of Desert Hot Springs.

Video link for walk –  http://www.kesq.com/news/desert-hot-springs-to-host-mlk-day-peace-and-unity-walk/37488204


 Exerts From 12-10-13 Article in Desert Sun

 Titled:  DHS Schedules Closed-Door Labor Negotiations


 According to city documents, Desert Hot Springs is on course to collect revenues of $13.9 million this fiscal year, and spend $18 million — more than $9 million on police and code enforcement services.

 The study, which Desert Hot Springs police Chief Kate Singer gave to Adams, found that the city’s violent crime index was 266.09 percent higher than the national average and the property crime index “exceeded the national average by 85.35 percent.”

 Desert Hot Springs also “surpassed the state crime index by 235.41 percent in terms of violent crime and 106.87 percent for property crimes.”

 Looking at annual crime data from 2007 to 2012, the study found that violent crime has been trending upward, while property crime is trending down.