Kay Zwerling

Remembering Kay Zwerling 1921 - 2017

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Local News

  • Monterey Driver Killed-1/22/17-1123-pmd

    (11:23) MONTEREY- Monterey police are reporting a storm related death. The incident took place shortly before 6 a.m. on Friday. Police responded to a report of a crash near Skyline… Read More
  • San Lorenzo Flash Flood Warning-1/22/17-1100-pmd

    (11:08) SANTA CRUZ-The National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning for the San Lorenzo River for Sunday Morning. The warning affects areas between Ben Lomond and Santa Cruz. The… Read More
  • HIGHWAY 17 slides-1/22/17-956-PMD

    (10:00) SCOTTS VALLEY- Caltrans performed an emergency roadwork closure on highway 17 Sunday. Work crews closed the number 2 northbound lane at Vine Hill Road from 7a-m until 4 p-m.… Read More
  • Greenfield Stabbing-1/22/17-941-pmd

    (9:47) GREENFIELD- A woman was hospitalized in critical condition after being stabbed in Greenfield Friday morning. Patrol units responded to a call of a stabbing shortly before 9 a.m. on… Read More
  • Women’s March SC-1/21/17-1604-PMD

    (16:12) SANTA CRUZ- A crowd estimated to be between 10 and 15 thousand people assembled in downtown Santa Cruz near City Hall for the Women’s March on Washington at 1:30… Read More
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PG&E Troubleman: Rider on the Storm

Michael Olson rides along with PG&E Troubleman Ralph Storment to get a hands on perspective on the dangerous job of resorting electrical power during a storm.

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AN ARREST HAS BEEN MADE IN TUESDAY’S FATAL SHOOTING ON TOWT STREET IN SALINAS. 35 YEAR-OLD ANTONIO MARTINEZ, WHO IS BELIEVED TO HAVE KILLED 47 YEAR-OLD JUAN CARLOS PEDRAZA, WAS BOOKED INTO MONTEREY COUNTY JAIL. THE TOWT STREET HOMICIDE IS STILL BEING INVESTIGATED, AND ANYONE WITH ANY FURTHER INFORMATION IS ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT THE SALINAS POLICE DEPARTMENT, OR THE DEPARTMENT’S ANONYMOUS TIP LINE AT (831) 775-4222…OR THE WE-TIP CRIME LINE AT 1-800-78-CRIME.

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