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Local News

  • SC Neighbors Meeting-2/18/18-1306-PMD

    Santa Cruz Neighbors is holding a meeting this Wednesday. The meeting will feature a panel of city and county officials. The panelists will briefly present their perspectives on a series Read More
  • Canine Flu Outbreak-2/18/18-1246-PMD

    Veterinarians are reporting an outbreak of Canine Influenza is affecting the Central Coast. The outbreak is being caused by two different strains of the virus which are new to the Read More
  • King City DV Incident-2/18/18-1223-PMD

    Authorities arrested two people following a standoff at a King City residence on Saturday. Shortly after 2:30 p.m. multiple agencies respond to the 1300 block of Sussex Circle after receiving Read More
  • Bear Creek Roadwork-2/18/18-1202-PMD

    The Public Works Department of Santa Cruz County has announced work on Bear Creek Road. Work crews will be active near Ralston Ridge Road. The work will take place between Read More
  • Hollister Car Chase-2/18/18-1542-PMD

    Authorities are looking for the man who led Hollister police on a high speed chase on Friday. The incident took place at about 1:30 p.m. when a patrol unit attempted Read More
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THE ANNUAL U-C-S-C, PORTER MEADOW, 4-20 SMOKE-OUT IS ONE  OF THE BIGGEST ANNUAL EVENTS ON THE UNIVERSITY CAMPUS.            THE  U-C-S-C  POLICE  DEPARTMENT SAYS THE EVENT, WHICH DRAWS HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE, IS MORE OF A NUISANCE (AND BUDGET DRAIN) THAN ANYTING ELSE.   EVERY YEAR POLICE HAVE TO DEAL WITH PEOPLE WHO GET OVERLY INTOXICATED AND POSE A PUBLIC SAFTEY THREAT.   IT WILL COST THE UNIVERSITY 50 THOUSANDS DOLLARS TO ENSURE CAMPUS SAFTEY OVERNIGHT, AND ALTHOUGH POLICE WOULD PREFER THE EVENT DID NOT OCCUR AT ALL. THEY STATE THAT IT WOULD BE MUCH MORE PROBLEMATIC AND COSTLY TO TRY TO KEEP THE GATHERING OUT OF THE MEADOW.

 

 

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