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  • MAN CARRYING FIREARM ARRESTED 07/19/17 17:42 SF

    A MAN HAS BEEN ARRESTED FOR CARRYING A LOADED GUN. ON TUESDAY, THE CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL AND THE SALINAS POLICE DEPARTMENT SERVED A SEARCH WARRANT IN VENTURA WAY IN SALINAS. Read More
  • DETWILER FIRE YOSEMITE 07/19/17 SF

    A WILDFIRE HAS HIT THE RUGGED MOUNTAINS OUTSIDE YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK AND HAS PLACED 1,500 STRUCTURES UNDER THREAT. THE DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY AND FIRE PROTECTION SAYS THAT THE FIRE NEARLY Read More
  • SYRINGES ON BEACHES 07/19/17 SF

    ACCORDING TO THE NEEDS SOLUTION TEAM, 14,620 NEEDLES HAVE BEEN DISCARDED IN PUBLIC OVER THE PAST 4 1/2 YEARS IN SANTA CRUZ COUNTY. SYDNEY FISHMAN HAS MORE FOR KSCO. VOICER: Read More
  • ANIMAL SHELTER SPCA 07/19/17 SF

    THIS PAST WEEKEND, 73 ANIMALS WERE BROUGHT INTO THE SPCA ANIMAL SHELTER IN MONTEREY COUNTY WHICH IS A HIGH NUMBER. IT IS AN OPEN ADMISSION SHELTER AND THEY DO NOT Read More
  • MOUNTAIN WINERY FIRE 07/19/17 SF

    NEAR THE MOUNTAIN WINERY IN SARATOGA, A FIRE WAS REPORTED AT ABOUT 3:10 PM ON MONDAY. SYDNEY FISHMAN HAS MORE FOR KSCO. BY 10 PM, THE FIRE BLAZED 10 ACRES Read More
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Flooding, Road Closures As Heavy Rains Fall On Saturated Ground

After years of praying for rain, Santa Cruz County has had more than its fill. Looking for something to bet on now that the Super Bowl is in the past? Try betting on whether 17 will stay open!

Take A Look At Some Local Flooding

BIRD  EXPERTS  AREN’T SURE  WHY,  BUT  THE  BLUE-FOOTED  BOOBIES,  WHICH  NORMALLY  DON’T COME  THIS  FAR  NORTH,  HAVE  BEEN  SPOTTED  ALL  AROUND  THE  MONTEREY  BAY  AREA  THIS  WEEK.   THE  LARGE  SEA  BIRDS,  WITH  FEET  THAT  RANGE  IN  COLOR  FROM  LIGHT  TURQUOISE  TO  DEEP  AQUAMARINE,  HAVE  BEEN  SPOTTED  IN  SANTA  CRUZ,  ON  THE  BLUFFS  IN  CAPITOLA,   IN  MONTEREY,   AND  AROUND  POINT  PINOS.

Ebird.org has a blue-footed booby map that bird watchers add to with reports of sightings. 

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