Known for its world-famous concerts and star-studded film festivals, the Coachella Valley is a desert oasis of endless possibility. Those who choose to visit its sun-drenched cities will be captivated by the variety of sights available for tourists to admire. Follow the Coyote Chronicle as we go through a day in the Coachella Valley, exploring places and little moments not always observed by the naked eye. From morning to night, there is always something to behold. … [Read more...] about A day in the Coachella Valley (in pictures)
Saeed Villanueva |Staff Writer| Bus crash in Palm Springs took the lives of 13 people and injured 31 others. A USA Holiday tour bus was driving back to Los Angeles from a casino near Salton Sea on Sunday morning Oct. 23 when it crashed into a big rig truck. Most of the fatalities that occurred happened to people who were sitting towards the front of the bus. The driver, who died in the crash, has been identified as Teodulo Elias Vides, 59, of Los Angeles. According to CBS News, it seems like Vides did not brake before the crash happened. The truck was moving at only 5 mph because of construction on the freeway when the bus, moving up to 65 mph, rammed into it. He had been … [Read more...] about Palm Springs Bus Crash Leaves 13 Dead, 31 Injured
By Joshua Adamson |Staff Writer| Oct. 7 Bombshell Trump Video A previously unseen video in which Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump makes lewd comments about women was posted online by the Washington Post. The video, a conversation between Trump and Billy Bush, then of Access Hollywood, was filmed in 2005. Multiple Republican officials have called on Trump to resign from the race. Oct. 8 Vermont Police Shooting Justified Vermont prosecutors said that the fatal police shooting of an unarmed man was justified. According to state law enforcement, Franklin County Deputy Sheriff Nicholas Palmier shot Jesse Beshaw, 29, six times and brushed him on a seventh shot in … [Read more...] about News Briefs
By Ryan Libby |Staff Writer| Imagine you’re promised a fairy tale; yet thrust into a nightmare. Alone, vulnerable and with no foundational support, Amy Andrews was looking to escape her current life and told the story of how it all went wrong at the Anti-Human Trafficking awareness event last Tuesday, May 7 in the Santos Manuel Student Union. She described her encounter with human trafficking by being taken at a party when she was 12 years old. Two men approached her and asked if she wanted to come with them to Los Angeles. Since she believed there was nothing keeping her in Palm Springs, she went after the life she was promised by the two men. “[It] starts off with a fantasy … [Read more...] about Anti-Human Trafficking comes to CSUSB
By Angelice Romero |Staff Writer| With spring break right around the corner, the only thing on students’ minds should be resting, partying, and hitting the beach. The time off is to let loose and drink away the nights before we have to come back for the next quarter. Unless you're working during that week, you should be getting ready to have an eventful and relaxing time. Some students are off to the college kid’s dream vacation with bikinis, beaches and booze. Places like Cancun, Hawaii and Palm Springs have been filled with college students since Feb. 9 and they will have a wave of students coming in until mid April. During spring break in these hot-spot destinations, … [Read more...] about Spring break plans- Get to it!