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  • Mo Co Bomb Threat-5/25/17-1757-PMD

    (18:40) CASTROVILLE- North Monterey County High School was locked down after receiving a bomb threat yesterday (Thurs). The call made by an anonymous female claimed there was a bomb on Read More
  • Salinas DUI Enforcement-5/25/17-1818-PMD

    (18:24) SALINAS- The Salinas Police Department is adding extra DUI patrols for the holiday weekend. The DUI officers have special training to help them detect when a driver is under Read More
  • Carmel Valley Fire-5/25/17-1650-PMD

    (17:02) CARMEL VALLEY- Cal Fire is working to contain a small fire in Carmel Valley. The blaze broke, near Schulte Rd at about 4 p.m. At this time Cal Fire Read More
  • Highway 17 Wreck-5/25/17-1629-PMD

    (16:41) SCOTTS VALLEY- A two car crash backed up traffic on Highway 17 yesterday (Thurs). The incident took place shortly before 1:30 p.m. when a motorist attempting to turn onto Read More
  • Suicide Prevention Grant-5/25/17-1606-PMD

    (16:22) SEASIDE- CSUMB has received a grant that will be used for suicide prevention. Yesterday (Thurs) Congressman Jimmy Panetta announced that California State University Monterey Bay will receive a federal 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

Although in 11 races in Santa Cruz County, candidates ran unopposed, that is not the case in the other 4 races. Roger Wildey, Robert Pursley junior, and Jim Hart ran for Santa Cruz County Sheriff-Coroner…..and the preliminary count shows Hart winning with 65.33 percent of the vote.

In the race for Santa Cruz County Supervisor (for the 3rd District), Ryan Coonerty beat out Bob Lamonica by getting 75.86 percent of the vote.

In another race…..Terry Medina, Greg Caput, Jimmy Dutra and Dana Salas all ran to become the Santa Cruz County Supervisor to represent the 4th district. The preliminary count indicates that incumbent Greg Caput (who received 45.47 percent of the vote) will face-off with former Watsonville Police Chief Terry Medina (who was the runner-up with 27.68 percent) in the November General Election.

In the Soquel Union Elementary School District, Amanda Jackson Miller and “Sandy” Erickson vied for a seat on the board, and Miller received 64.24 percent of the vote….handily winning that race.

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