Dr. Wallach & Dead Doctors Don't Lie Live Show: 888-379-2552

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

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

Local News

July 28, 2016: Watsonville Man Injured in Shooting

(18:43) WATSONVILLE- Watsonville police are investigating a shooting that took place yesterday (Thurs) afternoon. Authorities say that a 21 year old man was struck by gunfire in his vehicle near Lincoln and Center Streets, shortly after 2:30 p.m. , the victim was treated for non-life threatening injuries at the hospital. The shots were fired from a gray or silver pick-up truck. The shooting is not believed to be gang motivated. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Watsonville police.



JULY 28, 2016: Santa Cruz Man Reported Missing

(18:23) SANTA CRUZ- The Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing person. 18 year old Elliot Lee was reported missing on Wednesday by family members, who said he left the residence on July 5th. He was last seen in the downtown area of Santa Cruz on July 26th. Lee is white, six foot two, 170 pounds, with brown hair, and blue eyes. Anyone with any information is encouraged to contact authorities.


JULY 28, 2016: Santa Cruz Co. Residents Defensible Fire Space Inspections

(17:50) SANTA CRUZ- The Soberanes Fire has prompted defensible space inspections in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Cal Fire officials have been conducting inspections, making sure residents keep at least 30 to 100 feet of defensible space. The inspectors are looking for things like, trees touching roof tops, and dry brush that needs to be cut. Residents are also being advised to "Never mow on a dry windy day. Keep your mowing to before ten o clock, and use spark arresters where necessary, Homeowners should also make sure fire insurance policies are current.


July 28, 2016: Hartnell Grant

(17:03) SALINAS- Harntnell Community College has received a 2 point 375 million dollar grant. The federal grant will be used to assist migratory and seasonal farmworkers and their children to obtain the equivalent of a high school diploma. The college will get 475 thousand dollars a year for five years to implement the program.



July 28, 2016: Soberanes Fatality Identified

(16:52) MONTEREY- The Monterey County Coroner’s office has released the identity of the bulldozer operator killed at the Soberanes fire on Tuesday. Robert Oliver Reagan III died from injuries sustained when the bulldozer he was operating rolled. He was one of 60 private operators cutting fire brakes for Cal Fire fighters. A GoFundMe page raising donations for Reagan's family had raised nearly $24,000 by Thursday afternoon. He is survived by his wife and two young daughters.