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4 hrs ago | The Desert Sun
The Pinyon Flats killings of Sept. 17, 2006, are not the only triple homicides that remain unsolved in the Coachella Valley.
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8 hrs ago | Noozhawk
The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians is joining forces with Santa Ynez Valley Youth Recreation to replace Los Olivos Elementary School's unusable tennis courts with a state-of-the-art surface for both students and the community to utilize.
12 hrs ago | LA.com
Organizers said Friday morning the Stagecoach Country Music Festival, scheduled to feature superstar headliners Eric Church, Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan, sold out all of its passes.
The haunting melody of "Phantom of the Opera" rang through the huge dining room and into the halls of the Heritage Palms Country Club as The Woman's Club of Indio began their fundraiser.
Editor's note: Of California's nearly 60 Indian casinos, eight are in San Diego County.
The Coachella Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District in Indio says it's swarming season.
The end of the holidays led to typical seasonal job losses, bumping January unemployment up to 9.5 percent in Riverside County, data released Friday by the state Employment Development Department show.
Luke Bryan performs on the Mane stage during the Stagecoach Country Music Festival in Indio on Saturday, April 28, 2012.
The "City of Festivals" is toying with the idea of hosting a food truck festival later this year, possibly in the fall.
"Wooky Woof" lives in Palm Deset with human companion Erin Hemenway who rescued Wooky five years ago from the San Bernardino shelter.
Willie Watson To Release Debut Album 'Folk Singer Vol. 1' On May 6th Plus Spring Summer Us Tour And Festival Dates 2014 Acony Records is proud to announce Willie Watson's debut solo album Folk Singer Vol.
Not content to cater just to Southern Californians, the Rincon Indian tribe is getting ready to debut an ambitious $160 million expansion of its Harrah's-branded resort that it hopes will help elevate it as a world-class destination.
But since October, the Palm Desert Republican has been earning a monthly paycheck as a field representative in the district formerly covered by Sen. Bill Emmerson.