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  • Soquel San Jose Road- UPDATE-2/19/17-1614-PMD

    (16:21) SOQUEL- Soquel San Jose Road will remain closed indefinitely. As of Saturday ,the roadway surface had sunk roughly another foot, north of Olsen Road. Public Works officials say that Read More
  • Ben Lomond Body-2/19/17-1540-PMD

    (16;07) BEN LOMOND- The Santa Cruz Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death of a Ben Lomond man. At about 11:30 a.m. Saturday Emergency crews responded to reports of man submerged Read More
  • Capitola Closures-2/19/17-1535-PMD

    (15:49) CAPITOLA- The city of Capitola sent out text messages to residents while the Public Works Department set up signs warning drivers of road hazards on Saturday. The department says Read More
  • Valencia Elementary Students Moved-2/19/17-1510-pmd

    (15:25) APTOS-Valencia Elementary School students will be attending classes on other campuses tomorrow (Tuesday). School district officials have decided to relocate the students due storm damaged roadways leading to the Read More
  • Salinas Homicide-2/19/17-1300-PMD

    (15:00) SALINAS- Salinas police are investigating a fatal shooting that took place on Saturday. Shortly after 10:30 p.m., patrol units responded to reports of gunfire on the 300 block of 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

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A Salinas man was found guilty Friday.  28 year-old Wilfred Urias Echevarria was found guilty of 2 counts of injuring his wife during an argument back in October of 2015.   Echevarria  faces a maximum sentence of 4 years behind bars when he returns to a Monterey county court room for sentencing.

 

ABOUT  1650  PEOPLE  ARE  IMPACTED  BY  A  BOIL  WATER  ORDER  THAT  HAS  BEEN  ISSUED  FOR  THE  580  HOUSEHOLDS  SERVED  BY  THE  BIG  BASIN  WATER  COMPANY.   ALTHOUGH  THE  PROBLEMS  CAUSING  THAT  HAVE  NOW  BEEN  ADDRESSED,  IT  WILL TAKE  SOME  TIME  FOR  THE  SYSTEM  TO  RE-PRESSURIZE  WITH  CLEAN  WATER.  THOSE  RESIDENTS  ARE  ASKED  TO  BOIL  WATER  FOR  AT  LEAST  1  MINUTE  BEFORE  DRINKING  IT,  OR  USING IT  TO  COOK WITH  (IN  ORDER  TO KILL  BACTERIA  THAT  COULD  CAUSE  INTESTINAL  DISTRESS).

A  SANTA  CRUZ  INTERSECTION,  THAT  WAS  CLOSED  FOR  A  WHILE  LAST  NIGHT,  HAS  SINCE  RE-OPENED.    THAT  AFTER  A  SEMI-TRUCK  REPORTEDLY  CRASHED  INTO  A  POWER  POLE  AT  THE  INTERSECTION  OF  PACIFIC  AVENUE  AND  CENTER  STREET.   

 

 
A  MAN  WAS  SHOT  AND  KILLED  IN  SALINAS  VERY  EARLY  THIS  MORNING.    THE  JUST  AFTER  MIDNIGHT  SHOOTING  TOOK  PLACE  NEAR  THE  100  BLOCK  OF  NORTH HEBBRON  AVENUE,  WHERE  SALINAS  POLICE  OFFICERS  FOUND  A  39  YEAR-OLD  MAN  SUFFERING  FROM MULTIPLE  GUNSHOT  WOUNDS.    HE  WAS  PRONOUNCED  DEAD  AT  THE  SCENE.  ANYONE  WITH  ANY  INFORMATION  ABOUT  THIS  FATAL  SHOOTING  IS  ENCOURAGED TO  CONTACT  THE  SALINAS  POLICE  DEPARTMENT.  

 

HIGHWAY  17  HAS  PARTIALLY  RE-OPENED.      AS  OF  EARLIER  TODAY,  THE  C.H.P.  HAS  RE-OPENED  1  LANE  IN EACH  DIRECTION.    DRIVERS  ARE  ASKED  TO  DRIVE  CAREFULLY.

(15:54) PACIFIC GROVE- Pacific Grove police arrested two people during a probation compliance check on Thursaday. Shortly before noon officers conducted a probation search of a residence on the 400 block of Grand Avenue. Police seized five firearms, high capacity magazines, ammunition, approximately two grams of methamphetamine, narcotics paraphernalia and over twenty morphine pills. Four of the firearms were reported stolen out of Monterey. 46 year old Herbert Stevenson and 40 year old Lorien Weaver were arrested for violation of probation, being in possession of a firearm, being in possession of ammunition, possession of stolen property, possession of a controlled substance while armed, child endangerment, possession of high capacity magazines and possession of a controlled substance. They were booked into Monterey County jail.

 

(11:15) Los Gatos and Monterey County - Due to unsafe road conditions school officials have announced that some schools will be closed TODAY.  All schools in the Loma Prieta Unified School District, Cooper Elementary School and Apple Pie Preschool in Big Sur are closed.    

 

(10:55) Santa Cruz County - California Highway Patrol reported at 9:45 this morning that highway 17 is shut down in all directions due to unsafe road conditions.    Traffic going northbound can only go as far as Granite Creek, and southbound traffic can only go as far as Summit Road.   Big rigs cannot pass over Soquel-San Jose Road, drivers are being told to use Highway 101.    This is an indefinite closure; the mudslide location is extremely unstable.   Highway 17 is expected to be closed for at least 24 hours, but it may take longer to reopen.    For more information on road closures go to sccroadclosure.org

 

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