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  • Deported sex offender arrested by Border Patrol in Riverside County

     
    An illegal immigrant who is a convicted sex offender and carjacker has been arrested in Indio after reentering the U.S., federal authorities said Thursday. The 37-year-old man, who was heavily tattooed with emblems of the Border Brothers street and...
  • Riverside County mother convicted in beating death of son

     
    An Indio mother was convicted Thursday of beating her 21-month-old son to death in 2007. Ana Alica Cedillo, 27, was convicted of murder after the bruised and bloody body of her son Oscar was found inside the home on Sept.......
  • KCRW spins a summer of free music

     
    In middle school, my mom used to drop me off at One Colorado in Old Town Pasadena with money for a movie and instructions not to wander more than two blocks in any direction. I’ve since gotten my driver’s license, a Tiffany & Co. has replaced the...
  • Toddler Shot on Playground

    COACHELLA -- A 3 year old girl is hospitalized after being shot on playground in Riverside County. The toddler was shot twice, in both legs. It happened around 7:30 pm. on August 18 at the playground on Soledad Place, according to Riverside County...
  • Man Arrested in Deputy Shooting

    DESERT HOT SPRINGS -- A 22-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly shooting a sheriff's deputy in the face near Desert Hot Springs. Javier Trani of Desert Hot Springs will be booked for suspicion of attempted murder of a police officer and an...
  • Riverside County Fair & National Date Festival

    Daily Feb 13 - 22 Price: $8 adult; $7 senior (55+); $6 youth (5-12); Free, children (5 & under); $25 season pass Riverside County Fairgrounds 82-503 Hwy 111, Indio, CA  92201
  • Where to buy

    Want to find out where products we found at the International Builders Show will be sold? A SIDE OF BARK: Poplar bark siding from Barkclad Natural Products, 217 Bethel Drive, Canton, N.C., 877-648-BARK (877-648-2275), barkclad.com MASHED GLASS: Echo...
  • Many still homeless from Easter quake

    Many still homeless from Easter quake
    Although Californians have opened up their wallets for earthquake victims in Haiti, victims of the Mexican earthquake within sight on the U.S. border have been left on their own, with many living in tents and eating at field kitchens, it was reported...
  • Indio Mother Convicted in Toddler Son's Beating Death

    Indio Mother Convicted in Toddler Son's Beating Death
    INDIO, Calif. -- A 27-year-old Riverside County mother has been convicted of murder for beating her 21-month-old son to death. A Superior Court jury convicted Ana Cedillo of second-degree murder Thursday in Indio. Cedillo was also found guilty of...
  • Ten Southern California Hospitals Fined For Code Violations

    Ten Southern California Hospitals Fined For Code Violations
    LOS ANGELES - Ten hospitals in Southern California have been fined for alleged code violations that endangered patient safety. The 10 hospitals are among 13 statewide that were assessed administrative penalties. The California Department of Public...
  • Escaped Inmates Recaptured Near Indio Jail

    Escaped Inmates Recaptured Near Indio Jail
    INDIO -- Four inmates who escaped as they were being taken to the Indio courthouse from the local jail have all been recaptured, according to Riverside County Sheriff's deputies. Residents were warned to stay indoors and at least one school was on...
  • California Earthquake Could Be the Next Katrina

    U.S. Geological Survey seismologist Lucy Jones remembers attending an emergency training session in August 2001 with the Federal Emergency Management Agency that discussed the three most likely catastrophes to strike the United States. First on the...