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  • Morgan Hill Quake-9/21/17-1704-PMD

    An earthquake struck near Morgan Hill yesterday (Thurs). The USGS is reporting that a 2.8 magnitude quake took place at about 10 a.m. The epicenter was 7 miles east of Read More
  • Soquel Student Unarmed-9/21/17-1726-PMD

    A Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office investigation has concluded that a student had no plans of carrying out a shooting at Soquel High School On Tuesday night deputies began investigating Read More
  • MONTEREY AIRPORT SOLAR-9/21/17-1729-PMD

    THE MONTEREY REGIONAL AIRPORT HAS RECENTLY INSTALLED MORE THAN 23 HUNDRED SOLAR PANELS. THE SOLAR ARRAY PRODUCES 1.5 MILLION KILOWATTS OF POWER ANNUALLY, AND WILL PROVIDE 95 PERCENT OF THE Read More
  • SC Ped Bridge Opening-9/21/17-1744-PMD

    The City of Santa Cruz is holding a ribbon-cutting for the Branciforte Creek Bicycle/Pedestrian Bridge and Multi-Use Trail Project. The public is encouraged to attend the ceremony at noon next Read More
  • Aromas Fire-9/21/17-1706-PMD

    Fire crews contained an Aromas fire on Wednesday. Shortly before 11:30 a.m. Cal Fire and North Monterey County Fire Protection responded to the 1700 block of Murphy Hill Road. At Read More
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A  Hollister  police  officer  was  injured  when  his  service  vehicle  was  hit  last  night.   Although  the  vehicle  was  seriously  damaged,  the  officer  suffered  moderate  injuries  and  has  been  released  from  the  hospital.  The  officers  was  in  pursuit  of  some  suspects  who  stole  items  from  a  Hollister  store  when  the  accident  occurred.    The  alleged  thieves  have  since  been  caught.

Three prostitutes,  working  at  3  separate  massage  parlors  in  Morgan  Hill  have  been  arrested.  Morgan Hill Police  officers  are  trying  to  uncover  any  connection  between  those  women.   The  prostitutes  were  cited  and released.  Anyone  with  information  on  this  case  is  encouraged  to  contact  the  Morgan  Hill Police  Department.   

A  convicted  felon  was  arrested  this  morning,  after  a  warrant  was  served  at  a  Marina  home.   34  year-old  William  Dixon  was  found  to  be  in  possession  of  a  semi-automatic  rifle  (that  was  equipped  with  a  high-capacity  magazine  and  a  silencer.   Dixon  was  booked  into  Monterey  County  Jail.

(10:05) San Mateo - In a move that could result in Silicon Valley billionaire Vinod Khosla being hit with tens of millions of dollars in penalties, The California Coastal Commission has begun an enforcement action against Khosla for his refusal to open Martins Beach in San Mateo County to the public.   Khosla is currently charged with at least five potential violations, with fees as much as $15,000 a day.   Because of the appellate court ruling San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office has told the public to feel free to ignore Khosla’s no-trespassing signs. 

(10:00) Scotts Valley - A woman was arrested last night in Scotts Valley after police stopped her for a mechanical violation and found the suspect, Yaminah Underwood in possession of several fraudulent credit cards and manufacturing equipment.  The department disclosed that this was not the first time Underwood, who is currently on probation, was found in possession of fake credit cards.   Underwood was arrested and booked at the Santa Cruz County Jail. 

 

(09:00) Marina - A Marina man has been taken into custody after a brief foot-chase on Tuesday.   Rodrigo Cecenas who was pulled over for a routine traffic stop, fled the scene, and a short foot chase began into a residential area.   The vehicle was determined to have been stolen and Cecenas was in posession of narcotics as well as driving with a suspended license.   The suspect was booked in Monterey County Jail.

(08:50) Santa Cruz - New video evidence has been uncovered in a child sex abuse case that involves a santa cruz NEUROSURGEON and 2 nurses.   57 year-old Dr. James Kohut, faces 11 felonies linked to raping children.   Watsonville Nurse, 43 year-old Rashel Brandon faces 8 felonies and an Arizona Nurse, 30 year-old Emily Stephens faces 8 felonies linked with sodomy, lewd acts and copulation with children.   A new arraignment is scheduled to take place tomorrow at 8:15 a.m. in a Santa Cruz County superior court house.

(08:00) Santa Cruz - The Soquel Creek Water District will host the National Water Research Institute’s Independent Advisory Panel for the Pure Water Soquel Project at a meeting today to discuss the use of recycle water.   Topics of discussion include the water shortage in the Santa Cruz Mid County Region and discussion of why the district is investing in the development of sustainable drinking water supplies.   The meeting will be held today from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Capitola City Hall, 420 Capitola Avenue.   Questions can be submitted and will be responded to until next Wednesday, you can submit questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..   

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