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Indio man reportedly found with drugs, accused of brandishing gun inside La Quinta restaurant

An Indio felon was arrested after Riverside County sheriff's officials say he pulled out a handgun inside a La Quinta restaurant Sunday evening.Riverside County Sheriff's officials arrested Enrique Chavez, 22, of Indio, after they say he brandished a firearm inside a La Quinta restaurant. (Courtesy

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2017-12-18 18:15:25

Biking to Indio's music festivals will be a little easier, but not for a couple of years

2016 was a deadly year in the Coachella Valley when it came to pedestrian and bicycle deaths by way of vehicles. (8.22.17) Daniel Simon/The Desert Sun Anyone who's attended the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival or Stagecoach Country Music Festival understands the trials and tribulations of g

DESERT SUN - 2017-12-18 02:06:54

Indio Mayor Michael Wilson Responds To Criticism Over His Mayoral Seat

After a flurry of criticism, new Indio mayor Michael Wilson strikes back at those who say he does not represent the residents of his city. It hasn't been easy for Wilson. Critics have slammed him on everything from allegations of harassment and bullying to his unwillingness to consider sanctuary cit


Supervisor Perez to Hold Meet and Greet in Indio Tuesday

From the County of Riverside:Supervisor V. Manuel Perez continues his community outreach efforts with a meet and greet at the Indio Senior Center from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 19. The senior center is located at 45-700 Aladdin St., Indio, CA 92201. The gathering is an opportunity for resi


Man accused of girlfriend's murder will undergo mental competency trial

INDIO, Calif. - An Indio man accused of killing his girlfriend and setting fire to the Thermal mobile home she shared with her children will undergo a mental competency trial next month, to determine if he will faces charges that include murder, arson, assault and animal cruelty, a judge ruled Frida


The Legal Weed You Buy In January In CA May Not Be Safe: Report

CALIFORNIA -- If you're looking forward to legally buying recreational marijuana in California on Jan. 1, there's something you should know: It may not be the safest pot out there. The Associated Press reported that regulations still need to be put into place in the Golden State before marijuana gro

PATCH - 2017-12-17 22:37:14

Anne Rice, with son Christopher, hoping for 'Game of Thrones'-quality TV adaption of 'Vampire Chronicles'

Authors Anne Rice and her son, Christopher Rice, arrived early for a book-signing at Just Fabulous in Palm Springs. Fans in goth attire lined up on Palm Canyon Drive with copies "Ramses the Damned: The Passion of Cleopatra" under their arms. But Anne Rice, who lives in La Quinta, and Christopher, of

DESERT SUN - 2017-12-18 17:47:17

Here's how a couple got engaged using a shopping mall, movie theater and a flash mob

Chelsea Edwards headed to Westfield Palm Desert to do some Christmas shopping and watch a movie. Little did she know the trip was part of an elaborate wedding proposal organized by her boyfriend. Colin Atagi/The Desert Sun Chelsea Edwards thought she was going to Westfield Palm Desert Sunday to do

DESERT SUN - 2017-12-17 22:51:30

Tomah boys topple Logan in overtime

Trevor Shutter made a shot late in regulation to force overtime and lifted Tomah to a 79-71 victory at La Crosse Logan in a Mississippi Valley Conference boys basketball contest Friday. It was the MVC opener for both teams. Tomah improved to 3-1 overall, while Logan fell to 3-2. Tomah dominated the

LA CROSSE TRIBUNE - 2017-12-17 17:28:00

Roberts leads Tomah gymnasts at Baraboo

The Tomah High School gymnastics team launched its season Dec. 9 with a trip to the Baraboo Invitational. The Timberwolves scored 100.775 points and finished ninth out of nine teams. Tomah was led by Azalea Roberts, who scored 22 on the all-around. She was Tomah's top competitor on the floor exercis

LA CROSSE TRIBUNE - 2017-12-16 20:36:00

Local cancer patients, families receive personalized quilts

SPARTA, Wis. (WKBT) - A pair of families who have had a rough year are having their spirits lifted this holiday season. Mayo Clinic Health System in Sparta recently chose two families who have seen loved ones diagnosed with serious medical conditions as their 'Christmas Families.' They both received


Maureen Freedland: Help us help our inmates

The La Crosse Jail Ministry has co-sponsored an Angel Tree for 20 years with the West Salem Presbyterian and North Presbyterian Churches, so that children of parents in the La Crosse County Jail may receive a gift at Christmas. Children need to know their parents love them even as they are behind ba

LA CROSSE TRIBUNE - 2017-12-17 06:15:00

Kendhammer faces life in prison

A murder case that spanned a 15-month investigation, seven days of testimony and nine hours of deliberations was over in seconds. "Guilty." "Guilty." "Guilty." "Guilty." "Guilty." "Guilty." "Guilty." "Guilty." "Guilty." "Guilty." "Guilty." "Guilty." Todd Kendhammer, who was teary-eyed after the stat


Poor ice conditions send fishing season reeling

A few daring anglers have been playing tiptoe on the ice floes this week - with that light touch especially necessary because thin ice and open water have sent the ice-fishing season reeling. "I go by idiot," a fisherman responded when asked his name Thursday as he jigged on Swift Creek near the VIP


Westby Sons of Norway holiday party set for Dec. 19

The Westby Solvang Lodge 457 Sons of Norway group met at the Westby Community Room on Nov 28. Following the presentation of the American and Norway flags and singing of the National Anthems, President Sandy Iverson called the business meeting to order with a welcome to our new members, a total of 14


Art teacher made connections with West Salem students

WEST SALEM - Krista Beron was a connecting piece in the lives of her students and colleagues in the West Salem School District. The 39-year-old art teacher from West Salem Middle School died Dec. 6 of breast cancer, but the connections she made with her students and peers will not be forgotten, acco

LA CROSSE TRIBUNE - 2017-12-16 22:27:00

Linden police add pair of new officers at ceremony

Photo by Rebecca Panico From left are Linden Police Chief Jonathan Parham, new recruits Ariel Franjul and Carlos Ralda, and Mayor Derek Armstead. LINDEN, NJ - Joining the Linden Police Department was just one way for Ariel Franjul to give back to the United States after immigrating here from the Dom

UNIONNEWSDAILY.COM - 2017-12-18 19:39:01

Priciest home sales in Lindenhurst

The three highest-priced home sales in Lindenhurst last month ranged from $411,000 to $472,500. The priciest Lindenhurst home sold in November was a 4-bedroom, 2.5-bath home on .17 acres at 805 Anthony Drive that sold for $472,500. It was listed by Christina Aquino and Marguerite Karamoshos of Realt

LONG ISLAND BUSINESS NEWS - 2017-12-18 16:03:10

Teachers accused of sexual misconduct keep getting jobs in N.J. Here's why

The little girls would hold his hand and sit on his lap. They would kiss their first-grade teacher, and he would kiss them back. Keep it a secret, he warned the 5- and 6-year olds. Otherwise, he said, they could get into trouble. This alarming behavior, according to court documents, was no secret to

NJ.COM - 2017-12-18 12:00:00

Quijano to reintroduce driver's license bill for undocumented immigrants

Photo by Rebecca Panico. At a recent meeting in Elizabeth of Cosecha, an immigrant activist group, Carlos Castaneda discusses a bill that would grant N.J. driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants. State Assemblywoman Annette Quijano plans to reintroduce a bill that would provide driver's license

UNIONNEWSDAILY.COM - 2017-12-18 18:30:35