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  • June 26, 2017: Stolen Property Returned

    Santa Cruz Police, Santa Cruz Fire, and Santa Cruz Sheriffs combined forces to make an arrest and return approximately $5,000 worth of stolen property to a camping gear store located Read More
  • SC Deputies Thwart Theft-6/25/17-1140-PMD

    (11:53) APTOS- Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s deputies thwarted an attempted trailer theft early Saturday morning in Aptos. Authorities say that at around 2 a.m. a patrol unit stopped a truck Read More
  • Mo Co Homelessness Up-6/25/17-11:20-PMD

    (11:28) MONTEREY CO.-Monterey County is experiencing a rise in homelessness. According to a January 2017 census report, the population of homeless in the county has grown by 23 percent since Read More
  • SC New Contra-Flow Bike Lane-6/25/17-1107-PMD

    (11:15)SANTA CRUZ- A reverse traffic flow bike lane has added to Pacific Street in downtown Santa Cruz. The street which is designated one way for motor vehicle traffic, now has Read More
  • Salinas Shooting-6/25/17-810-pmd

    (10:59)SALINAS- Salinas police are investigating a gang related shooting. Authorities say that at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, patrol units responded to reports of shooting victims on the 600 block of Roosevelt 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

JUVENILE ARRESTS HAVE DROPPED BY 43 PERCENT BETWEEN 2006 AND 2012 IN SANTA CRUZ COUNTY.     BUT, JUVENILE MISDEMEANOR ARRESTS FOR WEAPONS INCREASED 36 PERCENT DURING THE SAME PERIOD.     THESE FINDINGS ARE FROM A REPORT TO BE RELEASED TOMORROW (TUES) AT A PRESS CONFERENCE AND COMMUNITY DISCUSSION.     THE EVENT WILL INCLUDE AN INTRODUCTION BY WATSONVILLE POLICE CHIEF MANNY SOLANO, YOUTH SPEAKERS, AND SMALL GROUP DISCUSSIONS.       THE DISCUSSIONS ARE AIMED AT GATHERING COMMUNITY INPUT ON TOPICS INCLUDING ALCOHOL AND DRUGS, GANGS, AND YOUTH EMPLOYMENT.     THE EVENT WILL BE HELD FROM 9 A-M TO 12 P-M AT THE WATSONVILLE COMMUNITY ROOM, 1 SECOND STREET, IN WATSONVILLE.

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