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Beaumont woman details seeing the shocking moment Former President Donald Trump was shot during Pennsylvania rally

A woman with ties to the Coachella Valley is opening up about attending the Donald Trump Campaign event in Butler, Pennsylvania. She is sharing her first-hand experience with News Channel Three’s Tori King. Julissa Evans is originally from the Beaumont area but recently moved to Pennsylvania. She was one of thousands in attendance at Saturday’s

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Coachella Valley residents react to attempted assassination at Trump rally

Reactions continue to pour in from people across the Coachella Valley after Saturday’s attempted assassination at Former President Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Butler, Pennsylvania. As some valley residents prepared to attend church services Sunday morning, one group took their message to the street. Unite 911, a Conservative group in the Coachella Valley, organized a

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Assault investigation in La Quinta

Deputies were dispatched to the area of Washington St. and Avenue 47 just before 10 P.M. tonight regarding an assault with a deadly weapon. According to Riverside County Sheriff’s Office, deputies located multiple people involved in a physical altercation upon arrival. It was reported to officers that one of the people involved was armed with

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Dozens of karate students to compete in Coachella Valley’s First Annual Para-Karate Tournament tomorrow

Dozens of local karate students with special needs are coming together to compete in the Coachella Valley’s First Annual Para-Karate Tournament tomorrow. The event will take place at Rancho Mirage High School gym, located at 31001 Rattler Road, Rancho Mirage, at 10 AM. About 50 people with various disabilities- Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, visual disabilities,

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19 dogs rescued from Indio home, available for adoption at the Coachella Valley Animal Campus

Riverside County Department of Animal Services rescued 19 dogs from a property in Indio Friday morning. Animal Services officials were notified by Indio Police Department Code Enforcement officers regarding a possible dog hoarding case shortly before 10:30 a.m. According to the Indio Police Department and the City of Indio Code Enforcement, neighbors called with complaints

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