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Local News

  • Salinas Pot Robbery-7/15/18-645-PMD

    Monterey County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating a home invasion style robbery of a cannabis dispensary near Salinas. Authorities say that up to 6 assailants invaded the operation near the intersection Read More
  • Salinas 11th Homicide-7/15/18-621-PMD

    Salinas police are investigating the city’s 11th homicide of the year. Shortly after 5 p.m. on Friday the departments shot spotter system alerted patrol units of a shooting at East Read More
  • Oregon Woman Found Alive-7/15/18-1111-PMD

    An Oregon woman reported missing over a week ago has been found alive. 23 year old Angela Hernandez was reported missing on July 6th after failing to check in with Read More
  • Hollister 187 Suspect-7/13-18-1601-PMD

    A man suspected of 2014 homicide in Hollister is now in custody. Jose Barajas is wanted in connection with the fatal shooting of 18 year old Ariana Zendejas in August Read More
  • Sick Bobcats-7/13/18-1559-PMD

    According to Wildlife Emergency Services (WES) a high number of sick bobcats are being located in Santa Cruz County. Wildlife photographs of the animals indicate a skin condition brought on Read More
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The leader of the state's largest farm organization says he is gratified by the government’s decision to drop proposed regulations governing youth who work in agriculture.  The proposed rule, which would have restricted the ability of farmers and ranchers to hire people younger than 18, prompted more than 18 thousand comments from throughout the nation, mostly opposed to the proposal.

California Farm Bureau Federation President Paul Wenger said "Few issues galvanize family farmers and ranchers like this one did. Everyone who has grown up on a farm or ranch recognizes the value of allowing young people to learn by doing,".   Wenger also said that "No one cares more about the safety of young people than their parents, grandparents and family members (who work alongside them on the farm). "The number of on-farm injuries involving young people has been declining and all of us remain committed to reducing that number further."

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