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  • Soquel San Jose Road- UPDATE-2/19/17-1614-PMD

    (16:21) SOQUEL- Soquel San Jose Road will remain closed indefinitely. As of Saturday ,the roadway surface had sunk roughly another foot, north of Olsen Road. Public Works officials say that Read More
  • Ben Lomond Body-2/19/17-1540-PMD

    (16;07) BEN LOMOND- The Santa Cruz Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death of a Ben Lomond man. At about 11:30 a.m. Saturday Emergency crews responded to reports of man submerged Read More
  • Capitola Closures-2/19/17-1535-PMD

    (15:49) CAPITOLA- The city of Capitola sent out text messages to residents while the Public Works Department set up signs warning drivers of road hazards on Saturday. The department says Read More
  • Valencia Elementary Students Moved-2/19/17-1510-pmd

    (15:25) APTOS-Valencia Elementary School students will be attending classes on other campuses tomorrow (Tuesday). School district officials have decided to relocate the students due storm damaged roadways leading to the Read More
  • Salinas Homicide-2/19/17-1300-PMD

    (15:00) SALINAS- Salinas police are investigating a fatal shooting that took place on Saturday. Shortly after 10:30 p.m., patrol units responded to reports of gunfire on the 300 block of 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

SALINAS POLICE RESPONDED TO A DRIVE-BY SHOOTING IN THE AREA OF EAST LAUREL DRIVE AND NORTH SANBORN ROAD AROUND 11:30 THIS MORNING.    TWO PASSENGERS INCLUDING A CHILD WERE DRIVING WESTBOUND ON EAST LAUREL DRIVE, WHEN A GREY TRUCK (POSSIBLY A 2000 DODGE) PULLED UP NEXT TO THEM.    THE PASSENGER OF THE GREY TRUCK PROCEEDED TO OPEN FIRE ON THE VICTIMS, STRIKING THE DRIVER AT LEAST TWICE IN THE UPPER BODY.   THE DRIVER WAS ABLE TO TRANSPORT HIMSELF TO A NEARBY HOSPITAL BEFORE BEING FLOWN TO A BAY AREA TRAUMA CENTER, TO TREAT HIS SERIOUS BUT NOT LIFE-THREATENING INJURIES.  THE MOTIVATION BEHIND THE SHOOTING IS UNCLEAR HOWEVER INVESTIGATORS BELIEVE IT COULD BE GANG RELATED.      ANYONE WITH ANY INFORMATION REGARDING THE INCIDENT IS ENCOURAGED TO CALL 831-758-7321.

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