This week we’re considering ‘Could you forgive the unforgivable?’ Life can bring us great challenges, place us in seemingly unbearable situations, darkness may come and seem to obscure all light.…Read More
Santa Cruz Harbor officials are warning boaters of possible hazards. On Friday the harbor released a statement warning mariners of possible hazards due to dredging operations. The annual dredging permit…Read More
A Salinas man accused of killing two women while driving under the influence outside of Natividad Medical Center last month, was charged with dual murder charges today, and was assigned 2.5-million dollars bail. 23-year old Francisco Miranda is accused of killing 24-year old Linda Rascon Williams and 57-year old Cynthia Lane on November 20th. Miranda was charged and arrainged on two counts of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated, driving under the influence causing injury, hit-and-run resulting in injury and death, and driving with a suspended license due to a prior D-U-I conviction. He faces 34-years to life in prison, along with 6 months in jail if convicted.