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  • 64 Year Old Woman Died in Car Wreck 07/27/17

    On Tuesday, a Salinas woman died in a traffic accident on highway 68. The woman, driving a Honda Civic, died upon impact after colliding with a white Nissan Pathfinder. The Read More
  • Santa Cruz Free Online Video 07/27/17

    The Santa Cruz Public Library System is staying true to its mission statement and offering a new service: free on demand video streaming on its website, santacruzpl.org. Kanopy access, which Read More
  • Update on Detwiler Fire 07/27/17

    The Detwiler Fire, burning near Yosemite national park, has burned around 81-thousand acres is currently 75 percent contained. More than 49-hundred firefighters are working to get control of the wildfire. Read More
  • Update Park Fire 07/27/17

    As of this morning cal fire has reported that the park fire burning at the border of Fresno and Monterey County is still 99 percent contained. The wildfire started around Read More
  • Update on Hearing Kohut Case 07/27/117

    A former Santa Cruz brain surgeon was accused of raping children with two nurses in Santa Cruz County. 57 year old James Kohut allegedly sought to impregnate women to have Read More
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Flooding, Road Closures As Heavy Rains Fall On Saturated Ground

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Take A Look At Some Local Flooding

THE  2  BROTHERS  WHO  DIED  SUNDAY  DURING  A  CANOEING  ACCIDENT  IN  THE  LEXINGTON  RESERVOIR  WERE  35  YEAR-OLD  SCOTTS  VALLEY  RESIDENT  NICHOLAS  NELL,  AND  HIS  YOUNGER  BROTHER  (30  YEAR-OLD  APTOS  RESIDENT  RAYMOND  NELL).    THEIR  25  AND  16  YEAR-OLD  COUSINS  WERE  ABLE  TO  GET  TO  SHORE  SAFELY  AFTER  THE  CANOE  THE  4  WERE  PADDLING  FLIPPED  IN  FLIPPED  OVER  IN  WINDY  CONDITIONS.    NICK  AND  RAY  BOTH  WORKED  FOR  APPLE,   AND  WERE  REMEMBERED  BY  THEIR  FRIENDS  AND  FAMILY  MEMBERS  AS  A  FUN-LOVING  PAIR,   WHO  ALWAYS  ENJOYED  CHALLENGING  THEMSELVES  AND  EACH  OTHER.  THEY  ARE  SURVIVED  BY  THEIR  BROTHER,   SISTER,  PARENTS,  NICK’S  WIFE,  RAY’S SOUL-MATE,  AND  MANY  OTHERS.

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