Kay Zwerling

Remembering Kay Zwerling 1921 - 2017

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Local News

  • Highway 17 Roadwork-1-15-17-1439-PMD

    A rock slide prevention project is scheduled to start on Highway 17 tomorrow (Tuesday). Work crews will begin installing a net wall near Vine Hill Road. Cal Trans will close Read More
  • King City Fatal Shooting-1/15/17-1432-pmd

    (14:36) KING CITY- King City police are investigating a fatal Friday shooting. The incident took place on the 200 block of 7th Street shortly after 6 p.m. Arriving officers located Read More
  • Salinas Shooting-1/15/17-1413-Pmd

    (14:23) SALINAS- A shooting in Salinas injured one person Saturday night. Shortly before 10 p.m. patrol units responded to a shooting near Sieber and Orchard Avenues. At the scene officers Read More
  • Watsonville Car Chase-1/15/17-913-PMD

    (13:42) WATSONVILLE- Authorities are looking for two people involved in a car chase in Watsonville Saturday. Police say that shortly before 11 a.m. an officer approach a green Honda containing Read More
  • Watsonville Shooting-1/15/17-855-PMD

    (13:36) WATSONVILLE- Watsonville police are investigating a Saturday shooting. At about 12:30 a.m. patrol units responded to a reported shooting at the intersection of East Lake Avenue and Jefferson Street. Read More
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PG&E Troubleman: Rider on the Storm

Michael Olson rides along with PG&E Troubleman Ralph Storment to get a hands on perspective on the dangerous job of resorting electrical power during a storm.

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CABRILLO COLLEGE HAD CLASSES INTERRUPTED WEDNESDAY AFTER SOMEONE REPORTED A SUSPICIOUS PACKAGE ON A RECYCLING CONTAINER NEAR THE 400 BUILDING ON THE UPPER CAMPUS.   THE 400 BUILDING AND BUILDINGS IN THE VICINITY WERE EVACUATED.   THE SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENTS, BOMB DISPOSAL UNIT WAS CALLED TO THE SCENE, AND THE PACKAGE WAS DESTROYED. STUDENTS WERE KEPT INFORMED OF CAMPUS CONDITIONS THROUGH TEXT MESSAGES VIA THE U-ALERT SYSTEM., AND THE CAMPUS WAS DECLARED SAFE AT 2 P-M. YESTERDAY AFTERNOON.

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