By Gillian Flaccus
Riverside, California (AP)

A migrant encampment on tribal land with squalid living conditions was ordered to stay open by a federal judge April 30 even though its owner said he wouldn’t be able to pay for repairs.

U.S. District Judge Stephen Larson ruled that Desert Mobile Home Park will remain open until alternative housing can be built but banned any new tenants. He also appointed a court receiver to manage the park for two years and oversee repairs to shabby electrical, water and sewage systems.