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(07:40) Caltrans announced 1 northbound lane of Highway 17, from Vine Hill Road to Laurel Road, will close between 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today and tomorrow.  The purpose of this two-day roadwork includes painting the sound wall.   Motorists should expect long delays up to 30 minutes.    

(07:20) Monterey - The Timely Warning Crime Bulletin reported a third rape incident on the CSUMB campus.  Female students were raped in residence halls on September 18, September 22 and October 6.  Anyone with information is encouraged to contact csumb.edu/police.

(06:50) Authorities reported that there have been at least 15 deaths from the fires that broke out in Sonoma and Napa counties.   The fires started just before 9:30 on Sunday night.  Hundreds of people are still missing.  The wildfires already rank among the five deadliest in California history.  On monday 72 firefighters from Santa Cruz County were deployed to Napa and Sonoma Counties to help.   The cause of the fires is still under investigation. 



Starting Friday construction work on a portion of Soquel Drive will reduce it from two to one lane. Soquel Drive in Aptos is an alternative to Highway 1 and the construction work is likely to slow down commuters. The project is expected to finish in December.

The official Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge ribbon cutting ceremony will be this Friday. Caltrans Public Affairs, engineering staff, dignitaries and the big sur local community will be present. The ribbon cutting will start at 10 am on State Route 1.

The Monterey Bay Economic Partnership is hosting its 3rd annual state of the region conference on November 8th. This year the theme is "let's get moving!" which will showcase ways to break through economic stagnation to get things done in important areas like housing, workforce and education, health care, and infrastructure. The conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency in Monterey for more information visit mbep.biz.


A Hollister man was arrested while drunk driving a stolen vehicle. Officers responded to a reported cart theft at a Quick Stop on san Felipe Road, when they found the care it was parked with Eduardo Garcia inside. Police arrested Garcia and booked him at the San Benito County Jail.

Local landfills will be accepting tires at no cost. As part of a local government effort to protect the environment, reduce fire danger, and eliminate mosquito breeding grounds residents are encourage to bring their used tires to a landfill where they will be recycled. Should residents need to drop off more than five tires, please call Santa Cruz County Public Works at (831) 454-2160 to arrange for a voucher.


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