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Local News

  • SC Harbor Hazards-4/22/18-1051-PMD

    Santa Cruz Harbor officials are warning boaters of possible hazards. On Friday the harbor released a statement warning mariners of possible hazards due to dredging operations. The annual dredging permit Read More
  • SC Co Motorcycle Fatality-4/22/18-858-PMD

    The CHP is reporting that a motorcyclist was killed in a head on collision with a car near Santa Cruz on Saturday. The accident took place shortly before 2 p.m. Read More
  • Heroin Busts Increase-4/22/18-839-PMD

    A rise in Central Coast heroin arrests is underway. Recent busts in Monterey County indicate large quantities of the narcotic are available to drug users. Two pounds of heroin were Read More
  • Castroville Arrest-4/22/18-2053-PMD

    A Castroville man was taken into custody on assault with a deadly weapon and domestic violence charges following an investigation. On Friday, the Monterey County Sheriff’s SWAT Team served a Read More
  • Salinas Bank Robbery-422/18-1746-PMD

    A Salinas bank was robbed at gunpoint Friday morning. At about 10 a.m., two armed men entered Pinnacles Bank on the 1200 block of South Main Street. The men jumped Read More
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BICYCLE THEFTS IN SANTA CRUZ HAVE BEEN A PROBLEM OVER THE YEARS.  THE BIKES, AS WELL AS BIKE PARTS,  WERE OFTEN SOLD IN EXCHANGE FOR DRUG MONEY  IN 1996, A PROGRAM WAS STARTED TO ENSURE THAT THE UNCLAIMED, RECOVERED BIKES WENT TO GOOD USE. SEVERAL NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS WERE GIVEN THE RIGHT TO RECEIVE, AND REDISTRIBUTE THE BIKES TO LOCAL YOUTH.  HOWEVER,  OVER THE YEARS,  PROBLEMS AROSE BETWEEN THE CITY AND THESE ORGANIZATIONS.  THIS PROMPTED A SHUT-DOWN OF THE PROGRAM IN 2012.    IN JULY, AN ANNOUNCEMENT FROM THE CITY MANAGER’S OFFICE WAS ISSUED, STATING THAT,  FORMAL REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS TO RUN THE PROGRAM WILL BE PUBLISHED THIS FALL.  FUTURE DISTRIBUTORS MUST BE ABLE TO MAINTAIN A HEALTHY RAPPORT WITH CITY STAFF AND ADHERE TO THE RULES THAT WILL GOVERN THE PROGRAM.

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