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Local News

  • 101 Fatality Near Gilroy-3/18/18-1639

    The CHP is investigating a fatal accident that took place Saturday morning. Authorities say that at about 8:15 a.m. A southbound Ford Explorer rear ended another vehicle near Buena Vista Read More
  • Carmel OI Shooting-3/18/18-1635-PMD

    Carmel police subdued a suspect using non lethal force on Thursday. Authorities say that three officers responded to the Carmel Mission to investigate reports of a man with a gun. Read More
  • Gilroy PD Seeks Assistance-3/18/18-1613-PMD

    The Gilroy Police Department is asking the public’s help in identifying two thieves. Authorities say that two women where caputured on surveillance video stealing purses and back packs from the Read More
  • LO Park Arrest-3/18/18-1552-PMD

    A Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s deputy arrested a suspected identity thief on Friday. The deputy was on a routine after hours patrol of the Jose Avenue park where he spotted Read More
  • Gilroy Cop Arrested-3/16/18-1715-PMD

    A Gilroy police officer has been arrested on suspicion of DUI. Authorities say that 40 year old Geoffrey Geurin was off duty when he was taken into custody late last Read More
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The  man  who  suffered  several  gunshot  wounds  in  a  Soquel  parking  lot  yesterday  is  expected  to  survive.    An  infant  (that  was  in  his  car  during  the  shooting)  was  not  hit  by  any  rounds.     18  year-old  San  Jose resident  Joshua  Strauss,  who  is  thought  to  have  been  the  shooter,   is  being  held  without  bail  in  Santa  Cruz  County  Jail.

Several  threats  have  reportedly  been  made  towards  pacific  grove  high  school.  Threatening  letters  have  been  found  in  the  girls  locker  room  and  bathrooms.   One  of  the  notes  read: " bang bang like Florida on “Walkout Day."


(10:45) The National Marine Fisheries Service and the Pacific Fishery Management Council reported that the northern Pacific sardine population has dropped 97 percent since 2006.  The voting members of the fishery council are scheduled to meet on April 8, to discuss a fishing ban.  The organization Oceana will also request that the fishery managers develop a recovery plan at the April meeting.    

(09:50) Castroville - Authorities reported that 2 people were arrested yesterday, after deputies served a search warrant in Castroville.   At about 6 a.m. Deputies served a narcotics related search warrant on the 10200 block of McDougall Street.  During a search deputies found 3 illegal firearms, 30.1 grams of methamphetamine, 7.8 grams of cocaine and a digital scale.  28 year-old Salvador Rocha and 21 year old Elizabeth Rocha were booked into the Monterey County jail for charges related to the sales of narcotics & illegally possessed firearms.

(08:55) Santa Cruz County - Jurors awarded a Capitola man millions in a sexual harassment lawsuit with an Aptos-based company.   Former Beverly’s Fabric truck driver, Cole Hudson, resigned in 2013 after being sexually harassed by a coworker, Dan Rangle.   Court documents stated that the problem went unresolved after Hudson reported Rangle's behavior to supervisors.   Yesterday the Jurors awarded Hudson $2.6 million.   

(08:00) Santa Cruz County - Govenor Jerry Brown has appointed Santa Cruz attorney, Timothy Schmal, to fill a Superior Court judge’s seat vacated when previous judge, Heather Morse, retired in November.  Schmal is a Democrat and is scheduled to start his new role on April 16.

(07:45) Santa Cruz County - The public is advised to avoid Laurel Glen Road at mile marker 1.97 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., today and tomorrow.  Crews are scheduled to conduct geotechnical testing for storm damage repairs.

(07:00) Monterey Bay - Applications are now being accepted for the Startup Challenge Monterey Bay.  The Startup Challenge  is a five month competitive acceleration process that teaches, coaches, mentors, networks and connects entrepreneurs to the knowledge and resources they need.  There are three divisions in the competition:  Venture Division, Main Street Division and Student Division.  The deadline to enter the Startup Challenge Monterey Bay is midnight on March 12th. To submit an application visit: app.reviewr.com


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