(10:35) Watsonville - The 2nd Saturday on the Farm will be held this weekend. The family fun event offers unique interactive educational activities while learning about agriculture. Some of the activities include wooden cow milking and a kid-driven tractor. The event will be held tomorrow at the Agricultural History Museum, 2601 East Lake Avenue.
(10:30) Santa Cruz - The 43rd Annual Santa Cruz Fungas Fair is this weekend. Attendees will explore the world of Wild Mushroom Foraging and learn about the different species found in Santa Cruz. the 3 day event starts today. For more information visit: Santacruz.org
(10:00) Santa Cruz - The Santa Cruz police Department has announced that their 564-page policy manual can be found online for public review. The policy manual was posted in response to president Obama’s 21st Century Policing model that promotes transparency among law-enforcement agencies. To review the policy manual visit: Cityofsantacruz.com
(09:15) Salinas - Salinas Police reported there was a quadruple shooting last night (Thursday). The incident happened just after 9:00 on the 500 Block of Sunrise Street. Police are currently investigating the case.
(20:05) CORALLITOS- Eureka Canyon Road was closed yesterday afternoon. The closure took place ata bout 2:30 p.m. on the 2000 block when a tree knocked out power to the area and blocked the roadway. A mudslide also blocked a section of the road. Power was due on last night, and the roadway is scheduled to re-open sometime today.
(19:53) GONZALES- A Gonzales man who was fatally shot early New Years day was honored last night. 21 year Christian Rosales was shot while struggling with an armed robber in Salinas. Last night the Gonzales High School basketball team retired Christian Rosales’ jersey and uniform number 41. Rosales was Salinas’s first homicide victim of 2017.
(1943) PAJARO- A Pajaro River flood warning was cancelled last night(Thurs). The warning had been issued to residents of Pajaro over concerns the river might spike due to runoff from Llagas Creek in Santa Cruz County and the San Benito River Basin. The National Weather Service canceled a flood warning after the river dropped four feet below flood stage.
(19:05) HOLLISTER- The San Benito County Office of Emergency Services has declared the water in the Lover’s Lane neighborhood is unsafe. The area was evacuated on Tuesday after Pacheco Creek overflowed its banks. Although residents have returned to the neighborhood the water is not safe to drink even if it is boiled. The county plans to continue testing the water and will notify residents when it is safe to start using tap water.