Show Talk

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5

Local News

  • Los Padres Fire Restrictions-6/22/17-1844-PMD

    (18:50)BIG SUR-The U.S. Forest Service announced it will be implementing increased fire restrictions in Los Padres National Forest. The restrictions are in response to increasing potential for wildfires. The restrictions Read More
  • Carmel Burglary- 6/22/14-1825-PMD

    (18:38)CARMEL- A man pled guilt in connection with three separate thefts at store in Carmel. 33 Timothy Callahan year old was convicted of commercial burglary, evading police officers, and hit Read More
  • Castaneda Sentence Delayed-6/22/17-1800-pmd

    (18:06) SALINAS- Former Salinas Councilman Jose Castaneda’s sentencing has been delayed. During yesterday’s court proceedings Castaneda delayed sentencing by obtaining a new attorney. Castaneda was found guilty in May of Read More
  • Watsonville PD Officer Stationed-6/22/17-1751-PMD

    (15:56) WATSONVILLE- The Watsonville Police Department has announced a dedicated downtown officer. The department says the downtown patrol officer is expected to improve the quality of life in the area. Read More
  • Soquel Water District Notice-6/22/14-1619-PMD

    (17:21) SOQUEL- Soquel Creek Water District has released a revised Notice of Preparation (NOP) for an Environmental Impact Report. The report is for the Pure Water Soquel project. The project Read More
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5

KSCO Live Show: 831-479-1080 KSCO Office: 831-475-1080

Important! For Dead Doctors Don't Lie Use: 888-379-2552

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

Local News

(14:30) Salinas - A man was arrested at a Mall in Salinas, after being caught with narcotics.  The incident took place today at Northridge Mall when the Salinas Police Department and Monterey County Probation confronted a man in a parked car.  During a search of the vehicle, officers found several thousand dollars and an ounce of methamphetamine in the center console.  The man was arrested for transportation and sales of narcotics.  The Salinas Police Department is investigating the case. 

(09:45) Salinas - A man pleaded guilty to false imprisonment by violence against his mother, and resisting arrest while disarming an officer.   On June 5th 2015, 30 year-old Jose Velasco, of Salinas, beat his mother and dragged her by the neck through a street.   Police used a taser to control Velasco’s violent behavior, but it was ineffective.  5 officers then used their batons in an effort to detain Velasco.  Toxicology tests showed Velasco was under the influence of methamphetamine during the incident.  Velasco will be sentenced to 4 years in state prison on July 13.

 

(09:15) The National Weather Service of San Francisco and Monterey Bay has issued a heat advisory from now until Thursday.   Strong high pressure over California will continue to produce hot temperatures across inland areas.  The hot weather will create a situation in which heat illnesses are possible.   Drink plenty of fluids, stay in an air-conditioned room, stay out of the sun, and avoid leaving pets or family members in hot cars.   The heat advisory remains in effect until 9 p.m. on Thursday. 

(07:55) Santa Cruz - New information was released on Friday about a former Santa Cruz brain surgeon, accused of raping children with two nurses in Santa Cruz County.  A court document alleges 57 year-old Dr. James Kohut sought to impregnate women to have sex with their children.   Patterns of Dr. Kohut participating in child sex abuse crimes dates back to 1997 in Santa Cruz County, Seaside, Riverside and Sacramento.  Court documents also revealed that Kohut lured women and children from Ohio, Florida, Louisiana, Nevada and Australia.   Kohut now faces 11 felonies.   All charges are linked to lewd acts with children.  If convicted, Kohut will face a minimum 165-year prison term.   Kohut will be back in Santa Cruz County Superior Court at 8:15 this morning for a bail hearing. 

 

 

(06:40) Watsonville - Watsonville Police arrested 5 gang members who were in possession of drugs and a loaded gun.     The incident took place last night at 8:30 on the 100 block of E. Front Street.   Police reported that while they were on patrol they came across the suspects in a car acting suspicious.   Police searched the vehicle and uncovered marijuana, an open container of alcohol and a loaded handgun.    All 5 suspects were arrested for possession of the loaded firearm and a gang enhancement.

 

(14:31) APTOS- Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s deputies have arrested a suspect for the Ambrosia Restaurant burglary. The Aptos business was broken into and the cash register drawer and safe were stolen on June 9th. Surveillance of the theft showed the thief in distinctive clothing. Deputies working an unrelated case thought they recognized the clothing and reviewed body camera footage on an encounter with 48 year old Lief Cowely of Ben Lomond. Cowley was subsequently identified as the burglar and taken into custody on Wednesday and charged with the burglary.

 

(13:52) SCOTTS VALLEY- Animal Welfare officer from Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter served a warrant at a Scotts Valley residence on Thursday. The warrant was obtained after the agency received several complaints about animals being improperly treated. 34 dogs were removed from the premises. No arrests have been made in connection with the case. For information about the shelter and adoption , visit scanimalshelter.org.

 

 

(13:40) CASTROVILLE- The Monterey County Sheriff’s SWAT team served two warrants in Castroville on Thursday. Authorities are reporting that deputies seized nearly a pound of illegal drugs during the operation. 36-year-old Jose Guerrero and 35-year-old Israel Robles were taken into custody and booked for parole violation and drug charges.

 

 

 

 

 

KSCO Newsletter

Your Email:

We do not share your email with third parties.