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(07:50) Santa Cruz - The Palo Alto Medical Foundation Department of Philanthropy announced that the third annual “Step into Fashion” fundraiser is scheduled to be held next month.  The designers will donate 25 percent of their sales to support cancer patients in Santa Cruz County.    Admission is $15 per person and includes free parking.  The event is scheduled to take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 14, at the Coconut Grove, located at 400 Beach Street, in Santa Cruz.   To purchase tickets visit: StepIntoFashion.org.


(07:20) Santa Cruz County - The Santa Cruz County Public Works Department announced that Jamison Creek Road will be subject to road delays next week.   Crews are scheduled to work from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. starting on Monday through Wednesday, March 21st.   For more information on this project visit: sccroadclousure.org.   



(07:10) Santa Cruz County - The County of Santa Cruz Environmental Health Department announced that Main Beach, Seacliff State Beach and Rio Del Mar State Beach have elevated bacteria levels.  The public is advised to avoid contact with the water at these locations.  For more information visit: Scceh.com



Cabrillo  College’s  Ethics  Bowl  Team  is  now  ranked  7th  in  the  nation.    that  after  the  team  advanced  through  the  Regionals  to  get  to  the National  Intercollegiate  Ethics  Bowl  Competition.   this  year  Cabrillo’s  team  consisted  of  Liv  JohanssonCameron  EllisConnor  DegraffJane  Tobias,  and  Ella  Carrol….and  the  team’s  coaches  were  Claudia  Close  and  Nancy  Brown

A  reception  is  slated  to  be  held  tomorrow  to  celebrate  the  Farr  Legacy  Collection  that  is  now  at  C-S-U  Monterey  Bay.     The  collection  includes  documents  regarding  the  public  service  careers  of  former  local  congressman  Sam  Farr,  and  his  father  (former  local  state  senator  Fred  Farr).   The  reception  is  scheduled  to  take  place  from  5 – 7  p.m.  at  C.S.U.M.B. ‘S  Tanimura  &  Antle  Family  Memorial  Library.

Four  local  8th  graders  suffered  minor  injuries  this  morning.   The  Dual  Language  Academy  students  were  injured  when  a  hit-and-run  driver‘s  vehicle  hit  their  school  bus.   The  Seaside  students  were  headed  to  U.C.  Berkeley  on  a  field  trip,  when  their  bus  was  struck  (while   on  northbound  Highway  101  near  Oakland  Road in San Jose).

The  deadline  has  been  extended  for  Cal-Am  Water  to  complete  the  permitting process  for  the  company’s  desalination  project.    The  California  Public  Utilities  Commission  made  that  ruling  yesterday.     Cal-Am  now  has  until  the  end  of  the  year  to  complete  the  C.P.U.C.  permitting process….instead  of June.

A  44  year-old  Salinas  man  has  been  sentenced  to  6  years  in  prison  for  molesting  a  teenage  family  member.     Although  the  girl  said  she  tried  to  push  Eliseo  Osuna  Reyes,  he  continued.     Reyes  was  convicted  of  a  violent  felony,   so  he  will  need  to  serve  at  least  85  percent  of  his  sentence  before  he  can  be  released.     Once  released  from  prison,  he  will  need  to  register  as  a  sexual  offender.

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