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  • Victim ID’ed -3/2717-1708-PMD

    (17:13) SALINAS- The victim of a fatal shooting in Salinas last Thursday has been identified. Police have identified the man who was shot on the 2100 block of North Main Read More
  • Highway 17 landslide-3/26/17-1632-pmd

    (16:37) SCOTS VALLEY- Friday’s rains triggered a Highway 17 landslide in the early afternoon. The slide took place in southbound lanes near Pastiempo Drive shortly after 12 p.m. The slide Read More
  • Castle Rock Preventive Burns-3/26/17-1623-PMD

    (16:27) BOULDER CREEK- The California Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) has announced a planned burn. The department announced that starting today (Monday) crews are planning to ignite up to Read More
  • King City Arrest-3/26/17-1612-PMD

    (16:18)KING CITY- The King City Police Department has arrested a person of interest in last weeks shootings. As part of an going investigation into shootings Silver Saddle Motel, four search Read More
  • Salinas’ 13th Homicide-3/26/17-1548-PMD

    (15:55) SALINAS- A Salinas shooting left one man dead on Saturday. Authorities say that incident took place shortly after 11 p.m. on the 200 block of Dennis Avenue where police Read More
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Flooding, Road Closures As Heavy Rains Fall On Saturated Ground

After years of praying for rain, Santa Cruz County has had more than its fill. Looking for something to bet on now that the Super Bowl is in the past? Try betting on whether 17 will stay open!

Take A Look At Some Local Flooding

2  MEN  ARE  BEING  SOUGHT  IN  CONNECTION  WITH  LAST  NIGHT’S  ARMED  ROBBERY  OF  A  SALINAS  FAST  FOOD  RESTAURANT.  THE  8  P-M  ROBBERY  TOOK  PLACE   ON  SOUTH  MAIN STREET  NEAR BLANCO  ROAD.  THE SUSPECTS  WERE  LAST  SEEN  TRAVELING IN A 2-DOOR VEHICLE  THAT  WAS  HEADED  WEST  ON  HIGHWAY  68.  ANYONE  WITH  ANY  INFORMATION  ON THESE  MEN  IS  ENCOURAGED TO  CONTACT  THE SALINAS  POLICE  DEPARTMENT.

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