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  • CSUMB Class 2017-5/21/17-1531-PMD

    (15:38) SEASIDE- CSUMB held graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2017 on Saturday. Over 2000 students from 31 countries and 24 states and as old as 72 were addressed by Read More
  • Salinas’s Northridge Mall-5/21/17-1314-PMD

    (15:23) SALINAS- The Northridge Mall in Salinas is changing business strategies. With the closing of malls across the country on the rise Northridge is encouraging new businesses. The malls are Read More
  • Salinas Fatal Hit and Run-5/21/17-1444-PMD

    (14:58) SALINAS-Salinas police have arrested two people in connection with a fatal hit and run. Shortly before 7 p.m. on Saturday a 61 year old male step into the roadway Read More
  • Morgan Hill Stabbing Arrest-5/21/17-1413-PMD

    (14:24) MORGAN HILL- Morgan Hill Police are investigating an apparent attempted murder and suicide. Shortly before 5 p.m. Saturday patrol units responded to reports of a knife attack on Biscelgia Read More
  • SC General Plan-5/21/17-1242-PMD

    (13:19)SANTA CRUZ- The Santa Cruz Planning Commission is currently weighing options for updates of zoning codes. The commission will holding the last of three public meetings this Thursday, focusing on 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

 

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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