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November 23, 2016: Good Samaritan Battles cancer

(08:00) Salinas -  A man who was honored by the Salinas City Council for rescuing a boy during an Amber Alert last August is battling cancer.  Victor Worden was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer in May of 2015.  Worden’s   daughters set up a GoFundMe page yesterday (Wednesday) to help pay for medical expenses.  The family has already raised $3,530 dollars in one day.  Their goal is to reach 5- thousand dollars.    

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November 23, 2016: Holiday Fundraiser

(07:35) Santa Cruz County - The Aptos United Methodist Church will be having holiday gift boutique this Saturday.  The event will have arts and crafts including jewelry, baked goods, scarves, handbags, candles, and soaps.  Proceeds will benefit the church budget which includes donations to Second Harvest Food Bank, Faith Community Shelter, and Salvation Army community dinners.  The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p-m this Saturday at the church, 221 Thunderbird Drive.   For more Information call  831-688-2210 or visit aptosumc.org.

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November 23, 2016: Update: CV Wine Ride Collision

(07:15) Carmel Valley - A Carmel Valley man who was arrested for ramming a wine tasting tour wagon pleaded not guilty in court yesterday.  Earlier this month 36 year-old Jefrey Moser was caught on video for rear ending the wagon on Carmel Valley Road.  The impact caused 1 of the 7 passengers in the wagon to be ejected.  The judge has placed Moser on a supervised release.  He is expected to be back in court December 13th for a preliminary setting.      

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Name Change For Food Bank 11/22/16B 19:06 S.S.

SAN BENITO COUNTY - A  local  food  bank  is  going  through  a  name  change  and  a  re-branding.      The  Community  Foodbank  Of  San  Benito  County  will  also have  a  new  logo.    The  changes  are  coinciding with  the  “12  days  of  giving”  campaign,   and  their  “holiday  food  and  fund  drive”.    

The  members  of  the San  Juan  Bautista -based  design  company  involved  donated  their  time  for  the  project. 

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Progresso Tamale Parlor To Close 11/22/16B 18:59 S.S.

HOLLISTER - The  owners  of  a  Hollister  institution  plan  to  close  its  doors  for  good  next  month.   The  Progresso  Tamale  Parlor  has  been  owned  and  operated  by  4  generations  of  the  Zuniga  Family.    The  plan  is  to  close  the  77  year-old  business  December  23rd.

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