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Local News

  • Watsonville Shooting-4/20/18-1533-PMD

    Authorities are investigating a shooting that took place on the outskirts of Watsonville Friday morning. Shortly after 11:30 a.m., police arrived to Riverside Drive and Industrial Road to a reported Read More
  • Free Shred Day Tomorrow 04/20/18A 05:35 S.S.

    A free paper-shredding event is scheduled to be held tomorrow. Up to 50 pounds of paper can be shredded for free, while additional shredding will cost people 25 cents per Read More
  • Development in SC? 04/20/18A 05:23 S.S.

    A developer has submitted plans to construct a 6-story mixed-use (residential/commercial) building where a Taco Bell currently sits on the corner of Laurel Street And Pacific Avenue in Santa Cruz. Read More
  • Heart Surgeon Charged 04/20/18A 05:14 S.S.

    A  local  heart  surgeon  has  been  charged  with  sexual  battery.      That  after  2  employees  of  Salinas  Valley  Memorial  Hospital  reported  that  they  saw  him  groping  a  patient  after  he  performed  surgery. Read More
  • KC Woman Accused 04/20/18A 03:10 S.S.

    A 20 year-old King City woman is accused of conning a man to drive her to an isolated area, where she robbed and then pistol-whipped her victim. Although the incident Read More
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 The city council of Seaside has given the newly formed Seaside Homeless Committee thirty thousand dollars to spend by the end of the fiscal year in June to address the homeless issue in their city.  The five members of the committee took an oath Thursday evening, and are hoping the plans to change the homeless issues in Seaside will have a positive ripple effect across the Central Coast.

The 61st annual Good Old Days celebration is returning to downtown Pacific Grove this weekend. The free two day event, is expected to draw over thirty five thousand people.  The rotary club parade will start at 10 a.m. on Saturday with over one hundred entries. There will also be forty food vendors, a pie eating contest, a mustache contest, and the largest arts and crafts fair in the Tri County area with over 240 vendors from all over the country.

 

THE INCIDENTS THAT HAVE SANTA CRUZ COUNTY

SHERIFF'S DEPUTIES SEARCHING TRAVERS LANE IN

THE CORRALITOS AREA HAPPENED A WEEK OR 2 AGO

AND LAST NIGHT. LAST NIGHT SOME PEOPLE WHO

HAD HAD THEIR VEHICLE CAR-JACKED A WEEK OR 2

AGO, SAW THE CARJACKER WITH THEIR VEHICLE.

WHEN THE CARJACKER SAW THEM, HE FIRED AT THEM.

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPUTIES RESPONDED

TO THE AREA LAST NIGHT, AFTER THE VICTIMS CALLED

THEM. DEPUTIES SAW THE VEHICLE INVOLVED, LOST

IT, AND THEN FOUND IT AGAIN ON TRAVERS

LANE....AND THAT'S WHY DEPUTIES ARE SEARCHING

THAT AREA NOW.

A 22 year-old Marina man has been found guilty of driving under the influence of methamphetamine. Jacob Rankin was seen speeding a vehicle through downtown Monterey last September, and then after he was booked into Monterey county jail he went into an hour-long rage. Rankin, who has 2 prior D.U.I.s, has been sentenced to spend 240 days in jail, and 5 years probation.

3 gang members have been arrested. Law enforcement officers were monitoring a stolen vehicle in Salinas when they spotted a handgun in one of the men's waistband. The 3 confirmed gang-members were booked into Monterey county jail, and the stolen vehicle was returned to its owner.

C.S.U.M.B.  plans  to  break  ground  Monday  on  its  new  student  union.    The  70,000  square  foot  Otter  Student  Union  is  expected  to  serve  as  a  central  location  for  students,  staff,  and  alumni….as  well  as  the  larger  Monterey  Bay  Community.      It  will  include  a  cultural  center,   a  coffee  shop,   the  university’s  bookstore, and  group conference  spaces  along  with  storefronts  and  Several  Dining  Options.    The new student union is expected  to  open  in  the spring  of  2020.

The  annual  “Operation  Chill”  is  slated  to  kick  off  soon  in  Monterey.     For  the  23rd  time  the Monterey  Police  Department  will  be  working  with a  local  7-eleven to  dispense  slurpees  to  children  and  youth  who  have  done  good  deedstaken  part  in constructive  activities,  and  performed  acts  of kindness.  Since  “operation chill’s”   inception  in  Philadelphia  in  1995,  more than 19-million  coupons  have  been distributed.      Each  coupon  can  be redeemed for a  small  slurpee  drink  at  participating 7-eleven stores.

Santa  Cruz  County  Health  officials  are  reminding  people  to  get  vaccinated  for  measles.    That’s  because  of  some  new  cases  of  measles  in  the  San  Francisco  Bay  Area.    Although  county  health  says  there’s  a  low  risk  of  getting  measles  in  general…..the  disease  is  considered  to  be  “highly  contagious”.     According  to  the  Center  For  Disease  Control And  Prevention,   measles  starts  with  a  fever,  runny nose,  cough,  red  eyes   and  a  sore  throat….and  then   is   followed  by  a  rash  that  spreads  over the body….beginning  at  the  hairline  on  the  face spreading  downward.    2  or  3  days  after  symptoms  begin,  white  spots  may  appear  in  the mouth.     A  person's  fever  may  spike  as  high  as  104 degrees  when  the  rash  appears.

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