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October 9, 2015: Brown Signs Bill Enabling Individuals to Receive High School Diplomas

(08:05) SACRAMENTO - Governor Jerry Brown has signed legislation that will enable thousands of individuals to receive their high school diplomas. SB 172 allows any student who failed the California High School Exit Exam to claim their diplomas if they fulfilled all other graduation requirements. The bill also suspends the exam for three years. During that time, the state plans to update the exam to reflect current educational standards. (S.G.)


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October 9, 2015: Blue Shield Awards Grant Funds to Santa Cruz Community Health Centers

(07:44) SANTA CRUZ COUNTY - Santa Cruz Community Health Centers has been awarded $10,000 for its commitment to innovative, high-quality care. Blue Shield of California Foundation has provided the grant funds in recognition of the health center as a vital member of the state’s safety net. The health center will use the funds to provide services to the county’s most vulnerable populations. (S.G.)



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October 9, 2015: Phase II of San Lorenzo River Parkway Project to Begin

(07:42) SANTA CRUZ - A construction project in Downtown Santa Cruz is expected to cause traffic delays next week. Beginning Monday, crews will begin Phase II of the San Lorenzo River Parkway Project. Work will be conducted along the west levee between Laurel Street Extension and the Water Street Bridge. The project will include landscape improvements and the installation of lighting and signage. The public should expect delays when traveling in the area until the project is completed in December. (S.G.)

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October 9, 2015: Salinas Women Arrested for Tax, Mortgage Fraud

(07:06) SAN JOSE - Two Salinas women have been arrested on multiple charges in connection with a tax and mortgage fraud scheme. 39-year-old Elizabeth Calderon and 54-year-old Esther Sanchez are accused of filing false tax returns, theft of government funds, identity theft, and conspiracy. Officials say Calderon used her position as a tax preparer to file over a dozen false individual tax returns. Sanchez conspired with Calderon to submit a loan application containing false information to Bank of America. On Thursday, both women were indicted and made their first appearance in federal court in San Jose. (S.G.)


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October 9, 2015: Man Arrested in Watsonville for Violating Probation

(07:05) WATSONVILLE - A man was arrested in Watsonville early Friday morning for violating probation. Deputies were dispatched to the 1800 block of Freedom Boulevard following a report of a man passed out in a running vehicle. At the scene, deputies contacted 35-year-old Armando Zepeda and discovered he was on probation for burglary. Zepeda was arrested on suspicion of being under the influence of drugs and possessing drug paraphernalia. He was booked into county jail. (S.G.)


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