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  • Watsonville Shooting-4/30/17-1653-pmd

    (17:00) WATSONVILLE- Watsonville police are investigating a shooting. The incident took place near the intersection of Green Valley Road and Main Street at 3 p.m. Saturday. At the scene officers Read More
  • Murderer Denied Parole-4/30/17-1531-PMD

    (16:39) SANTA CRUZ- The Santa Cruz County District Attorney’s Office has announced that an inmate convicted of an 1989 murder was denied parole. On April 25th, The parole board denied Read More
  • Increase in Orca Sightings-4/30/17-1617-PMD

    (16:27)MONTEREY- Marine biologists are reporting higher than average sightings of Killer Whales in the Monterey Bay. The rise in sightings coincides with a higher than usual migration of Gray Whales Read More
  • Mussel Quarantine-4/30/17-1549-pmd

    (1541)CENTRAL COAST- The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) today announced the annual quarantine of sport-harvested mussels gathered along the California coast. The quarantine begins May 1 and applies to Read More
  • Boronda Road Widening Meeting-4/30/17-1603-PMD

    (15:35) SALINAS- Salinas community members are invited to a public meeting on Wednesday. At the meeting a discussion will be held on a proposed plan to widen East Boronda Road 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

A 25  YEAR-OLD  GANG  MEMBER,  AND  A  27  YEAR-OLD  GANG  MEMBER,   WERE  ARRESTED  IN  SALINAS  THIS  MORNING  AFTER  SHOTS  WERE  FIRED  AT  A SALINAS POLICE  OFFICER DURING  A HIGH  SPEED  CHASE  ON  LOCAL  ROADS.      A  3RD  SUSPECT,  DESCRIBED  ONLY  AS A MALE  IN  HIS  LATE  TEENS  OR  EARLY  20'S  (WHO IS CONSIDERED TO  BE ARMED AND DANGEROUS)   IS  STILL  AT-LARGE.     THE  CHASE  BEGAN SHORTLY AFTER  MIDNIGHT  AND  ENDED  WHEN  THE  SUSPECT  VEHICLE  HIT  A TREE  NEAR  NATIVIDAD  CREEK  PARK,  AND  THE  3 SUSPECTS  RAN  INTO  THE  PARK.       THE  25  AND  27  YEAR-OLD MEN  WERE  BOOKED INTO  MONTEREY  COUNTY JAIL.     ANYONE WITH  ANY  INFORMATION ON THE 3RD  SUSPECT  IS  ENCOURAGED  TO  CONTACT  THE  SALINAS  POLICE  DEPARTMENT.

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