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Indio, California is located in Riverside County. Zip codes in Indio, CA include 92201, 92203, and 92202. The median home price in Indio is $289,000 which is roughly $128/per square foot. More Indio information.

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31 min ago | Patch.com

Authorities Investigating Deadly Palm Desert Interstate Crash

An investigation was continuing Monday into a crash that killed a 25-year-old Indio man who was thrown from a pickup truck that veered off Interstate 10 in Palm Desert and overturned. The crash on the eastbound 10, east of Monterey Avenue, was reported at 5:40 a.m. Sunday.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Examiner.com

Southern California: temperatures soar as hopes for El Nino lessen

A plume of warm sea water was much more evident in June west of South America, than in August. This could negatively affect the likelihood of what might have been a wet California winter A plume of warm sea water was much more evident in June west of South America, than in August.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

The Fresno Bee

Maryann McGovran and Rick Farinelli: Prop. 48 would right wrongs

The North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians - with nearly 2,000 citizens, one of the largest federally recognized tribes in California - has been striving for decades to restore its tribal status and reclaim a fraction of its rightful lands. Similarly, the 660 citizens of the Wiyot Tribe near Humboldt Bay have been working to achieve economic self-sufficiency while protecting their environmentally sensitive coastal lands from development.

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Chico Enterprise-Record

Paskenta tribe votes to keep new leaders

CORNING >> In an election to decide who should lead the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians, which owns Rolling Hills Casino and had been embroiled in a leadership dispute since April, the tribe overwhelmingly voted to keep ousted members off the tribe's governing council. Tribal treasurer Ambrosia Rico announced that members voted 138-61 to keep new leaders - vice chairwoman Latisha Miller, secretary Andrew Alejandre, member at large Natasha Magana, and Rico - in place.

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The Press-Enterprise

HemetBACK in the Day: San Jacinto's Indian architecture movement

The Hogan Indian arts and crafts store, circa 1940. This building was and is an important example of Oscar Hofmann's push for Indian architecture in the San Jacinto Valley.

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Holtville Tribune

California Energy Commission Presiding Member's Proposed Decision Released for Palen Energy Project

The California Energy Commission committee that is conducting proceedings on the proposed amendments to the Palen Solar Power Project issued its Presiding Member's Proposed Decision today recommending approval of a Reduced Acreage Alternative to the project now known as the Palen Solar Electric Generating System . In its decision, the committee - Commissioner Karen Douglas, presiding member, and Commissioner David Hochschild, associate member-said the Reduced Acreage Alternative with a single solar tower is a superior alternative to the proposed PSEGS amendment.

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The Press-Enterprise

Union chief's lawsuit against Zellerbach, county may end soon

A lawsuit filed by the head of Riverside County's prosecutors' union, claiming he was transferred to Indio because he supported challenger Michael Hestrin over incumbent District Attorney Paul Zellerbach in the June 3 election, may soon be resolved amicably. The suit was filed Sept.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

SFGate

Ishi, 'last wild Indian,' embraced adventure of life in S.F.

An Indian known as Ishi is shown in this July 1912 portrait made in San Francisco. Nearly 90 years after an Indian known as Ishi walked out of the wilderness and was put on display as the "Last Wild Man in North America," his brain is being brought back home from the Smithsonian Institution to California for a proper burial.

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SFGate

Vote yes on Proposition 48 tribal gaming

Voting Yes on Proposition 48 and reaffirming Gov. Jerry Brown 's tribal gaming compacts - already ratified by the Legislature, including every San Francisco delegation member - is not just vital for job creation and local control in one of California's poorest regions, but it also rights a historical wrong at no cost to taxpayers. The North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians near Yosemite - with nearly 2,000 citizens, one of the largest federally recognized tribes in California - has been striving for decades to restore its tribal status and reclaim a fraction of their rightful lands.

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Examiner.com

Robert Downey Jr in drug court with son Indio Downey

Indio Downey was in court today and his father, Robert Downey Jr., was in court with him as he pled guilty for possession of cocaine, TMZ is reporting today. The judge told Indio Downey that he has the chance to wipe the slate clean if he completes the program, watches his association and stays away from drugs.

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Los Angeles Times

With the Voidz, a startling shift for the Strokes' Julian Casablancas

In his latest side project, Julian Casablancas trades the tidy songcraft of the Strokes for the punk-fueled, uncompromising political invective of the Voidz's 'Tyranny.' And it suits him just fine.

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Courthouse News Service

Investors Say They Were Rolled for $14.5M

Fraudsters rolled Chinese investors for $14.5 million by claiming that if they put the money into a debt-ridden California mall they could get legal residency, the investors claim in court. Plaintiffs Liu Aifang et al. all applied to become permanent U.S. residents by investing $500,000 each in a limited partnership called Velocity VIII.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

TwinCities

Replacements redux: Fans recall their first go round

APRIL 18: Musicians Tommy Stinson and Paul Westerberg of The Replacements perform onstage during day 1 of the 2014 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival at the Empire Polo Club on April 18, 2014 in Indio, California "I was in rehab, and they let us out on weekends to go to these sober dances," the 53-year-old guitarist and producer said. "And some idiot booked the Replacements to play a sober dance.

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KESQ-TV Palm Desert

Indio police carefully track suspect after possible shots fired

A short pursuit has turned into an altercation with police in the area of Dillon Road and Fargo Canyon Road in the Indio Hills area. Around 10:20 a.m., police were called out to the Talovera area after a suspect was reportedly keying cars.

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Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Sacramento LGBT Community Center hires executive director

Donald Bentz, a longtime advocate for marriage and gender rights, has been hired as executive director of the Sacramento LGBT Community Center. Most recently, Bentz served as the executive director of the Equality Hawaii family of organizations that helped to foster marriage equality and civil unions in that state.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

KESQ-TV Palm Desert

Man due in court Thursday

One of two men accused of causing the death of an 81-year-old woman while racing their BMWs is due in court Thursday. Wade Wheeler, 32, of Rancho Mirage is scheduled to be arraigned at the Larson Justice Center in Indio in connection with the June 18, 2013, crash that killed Barbara Schmitz and seriously injured her husband Gerald in Rancho Mirage.

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KESQ-TV Palm Desert

Sinkhole on Avenue 42 may impact traffic until Thursday

A sinkhole is causing traffic issues on Avenue 42 in Indio. Officials with Indio Public Works said the sinkhole isn't weather-related; it was caused after the center median irrigation system failed.

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WaterWorld

Power Sharing: Water Authority Integrates Neptune's R900 Data into Water Distribution Network

Since implementing Neptune premier enterprise partner IDModeling's SedaruA software in December 2011, Indio Water Authority in Indio, Calif., has been able to take data from different data centers -- including SCADA, GIS, backflow, and inspection, to name a few -- and coordinate it with communications and personnel in real time across its different departments. A customer's high water bill complaint can now be addressed during the actual call rather than creating work orders and sending out crews to investigate.

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Wed Sep 03, 2014

Albany Times Union

Zac Brown superb at SPAC

Singer Zac Brown performs with the Zac Brown Band on day 3 of the 2013 Stagecoach Music Festival at the Empire Polo Club on Sunday, April 28, 2013 in Indio, Calif.

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KESQ-TV Palm Desert

Demolition begins on Spa Resort Hotel in Palm Springs

On Wednesday morning, the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians began demolition of the Spa Hotel, Spa, Fitness Center and Canyon Conference Center in downtown Palm Springs.

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