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The city of Indio was created out of a need for a stopping point for the Southern Pacific Railroad between Yuma and Los Angeles. The city was established at the halfway point, so that the engines could be cleaned of all the sand taken in and re-filled with water. It was to be named Indian Wells but because several other areas had already taken the name, it was decided to name the city Indio which means "Indian" in Spanish.

Population: 49116
Local Newspapers: Desert Sun, Hi-Desert Star Courier
Local Sports Teams: LA Avengers, LA Clippers, LA Dodgers, LA Galaxy, LA Lakers
Local Colleges: State UniversityN/A

Zip Codes associated with indio, california: 92201, 92203
Towns/Cities near indio, california : Coachella, La Quinta, Palm Desert, Bermuda Dunes, Indian Wells, Mecca, Cathedral City

Indio News
California Representative Reintroduces Chumash Camp 4 Bill in Congress

HR 1157 was introduced Friday by Rep. Doug LaMalfa, a Republican representing California's 1st District, and referred to the House Committee on Natural Resources. LaMalfa is the same legislator who submitted a bill in October 2013 asking for the same action. A hearing date has not yet been set, according to Third District county Supervisor Doreen Farr, who represents the Santa Ynez Valley. Actual text for HR 1157 was not available Tuesday afternoon. Noozhawk staff writer Gina Potthoff can be reached at . . Connect with Noozhawk on Facebook .

Indio Man Arrested in Palm Desert DUI Crash

The crash occurred about 12:20 a.m. at the intersection of Elkhorn Trail and Louisiana Street, sheriff's Sgt. Radek Horkel said. Daniel Adam Eschweiler was northbound on Elkhorn Trail, approaching Louisiana Street, when his Ford F-150 veered to the right and hit a Chevrolet van that was parked in front of a house, the sergeant said. Eschweiler was taken to a hospital for treatment of minor injuries, then booked into the Riverside County jail in Indio on suspicion of DUI, Horkel said.

El Centro Sector Border Patrol Agents Arrest Dangerous Gang Member

The man was questioned by agents and it was determined that his name is Alejandro Sanchez, a previously deported member of the "Sureno" prison gang. The El Centro Sector's Community Awareness Campaign is a simple and effective program to raise public awareness on the indicators of crime and other threats. We encourage public and private sector employees to remain vigilant and play a key role in keeping our country safe. Please report any suspicious activity to the Border Community Threat Hotline at 1-800-901-2003.

Local science fair students advance to county level

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Artifacts highlight Lone Woman story

For graduate archaeology student Tom Holm, an iconic children's story linked a cryptic chapter in California's past with a modern-day Indian tribe in San Diego County. Holm also hopes the Navy's announcement will shed more light on the Lone Woman of San Nicolas Island, a mysterious historical figure memorialized in the children's novel "Island of the Blue Dolphins," by author Scott O'Dell. Some of the American Indian artifacts that archaeologists have discovered on San Nicolas Island, which is part of the Channel Islands.

Redwood City CA: History Museum's FREE First Fridays Program

History Museum Continues Its Free First Fridays Program on March 6, 2015 The San Mateo County History Museum continues its "Free First Fridays" program on March 6, 2015. Not only is admission free the entire day , but two programs are planned for the public without any fees. The San Mateo County History Museum is located at 2200 Broadway within the 105-year-old "Old Courthouse" in Redwood City. For more information contact www.historysmc.org or 650-299-0104. For more information contact Mitch Postel, mitch@historysmc.org or 650-299-0104.

Navy recognizes tribe's connection to California island

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Two Women Accused of Identity Theft, Arrested

On Friday, three search warrants were served for the 69000 block of Beachcomber Way in the unincorporated area of North Shore, the 46000 block of Arabia Street and the 48000 block of Monroe Street in Indio. Nicole Pech, 34, of North Shore, and Nicole Ramos, 33, of Indio, were arrested Friday morning for multiple counts of identity theft, check fraud, possession of controlled substances and drug paraphernalia. Juan Carlos Rodriguez, 35, of North Shore, also was arrested on drug possession charges. -- By City News Service.

Tribes from around US gather to discuss legal marijuana

The conference was organized by Robert Odawi Porter, a former president of the Seneca Nation in New York, and Seattle marijuana business attorneys Hilary Bricken and Robert McVay. "They can sell to non-Indians, but the second they leave the reservation they get arrested," Stearns said. Some tribes said they would first consider regulating cannabis for medical use. "We're looking at what the benefits are, not only with revenue but with the medical relief we can give to our elders," said Lewis Taylor, chairman of the St. Croix Tribe of Wisconsin.

Grant Helps Teen Girls In The Coachella Valley Receive Mentoring

-- The following was submitted for publication on behalf of the H.N. And Frances C. Berger Foundation: The Ophelia Project has already supported the academic development and personal growth of 2,850 local teenage girls, but now thanks to a $25,000 Coachella Valley Spotlight grant, many more young women will receive beneficial mentoring through the program. The Ophelia Project received the grant from the H.N. "It's exciting to see how far the Ophelia Project has come," said Catharine Reed, Senior Program Officer for the H.N.

GW Signs Memorandum of Understanding with Agua Caliente Band Of Cahuilla Indians

"We are excited about this new and important partnership with the Agua Caliente Band, and we're honored to be the home of the Richard M. Milanovich Fellowship," said Gregory Lebel, director of NAPLP. "We are honored to work with the George Washington University to create the Richard M. Milanovich Fellowship," said Jeff L. Grubbe, chairman of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians. The Richard M. Milanovich Fellowship will honor the leadership and memory of Agua Caliente's chairman, who served the tribe for nearly 30 years.

Azealia Banks Announces Select North American Tour Dates

Azealia Banks has announced a short list of tour dates to support her recent album Broke With Expensive Taste, kicking off with the Coachella Festival in Indio, Calif., on April 10. Azealia Banks Poses Nude for 'Playboy' The six shows include back-to-back weekends at Coachella, and a sideshow at Club Nokia in Los Angeles in between. Azealia Banks North American Tour Dates: April 10 - Indio, Calif. @ Coachella Festival April 16 - Los Angeles, Calif. @ Club Nokia April 17- Indio, Calif. @ Coachella Festival May 11 - New York City, N.Y.

Taishan Dong vs. Roy McCrary: Winner, Scorecard and Reaction

Douglass Fischer February 28, 2015 McCrary didn't stand much of a chance from the get-go. Douglass Fischer February 28, 2015 Taishan got another knockdown in the third round. Francisco A. Salazar February 28, 2015 Little changed in the fourth, as Taishan continued to exert his advantage on the overmatched McCrary. Looks like Hong Man Choi vs Abdullah the Butcher. Friday's fight was evidence of just how raw Taishan is in the ring. Against a better opponent than McCrary, Taishan would've been in serious trouble Friday.

Golden Boy Live Early Results From Indio, Calif.

Indio, Calif . -- Super-sized heavyweight Taishan Dong opened up the Fox Sports 1 telecast with a four-round decision over Roy McCrary.

One Arrested, One Sought in Indian Wells Burglaries

An 18-year-old woman was arrested and a 31-year-old man was being sought in connection with a rash of burglaries at homes in Indian Wells, sheriff's officials said Friday. Deputies did find some of the property stolen during the burglary and arrested Carli Duncanson of Palm Desert, who was inside the vacant home, sheriff's officials said. Duncanson was booked into the Riverside County jail in Indio for investigation of possessing stolen property and vandalism, Munoz said. - By City News Service.

Sloan working on 'One Chord to Another' box set, playing Coachella ++ US tour dates in June

By Bill Pearis Sloan, who released the good Commonwealth last year, are busy working on the 20th anniversary vinyl box set reissue of 1996's One Chord to Another . The box set, out next year, will be similar in size and content to the one they did for Twice Removed . A Rdio stream of One Chord to Another is below. They'll also be doing some touring this year, playing Coachella in April and then a short Midwest/East Coast run this summer, including a stop at NYC's Rough Trade on June 29 . All dates are listed below...

Man arrested for carjacking after SWAT standoff in Indio

- An Indio man was arrested early Friday morning after a brief standoff with Desert Regional SWAT in the 81700 block of Dry Creek Lane. The victim is still recovering from facial injuries. Detectives with the Indio Police Department's Street Crimes Unit identified Garcia during the investigation and a warrant was issued for his arrest. Detectives continue to investigate the incident and anyone with information about the robbery is asked to call the Indio Police Department at 760-391-4051.

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