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Extension for Salinas City Mgr. 02-07-14 13:30 av

Salinas City Manager Ray Corpuz Jr. is expected to be offered a 3-year extension on his employment contract with the city.   The city council decided this week to extend Corpuz’s contract at the conclusion of his employment evaluation.    Corpuz, who makes just over $300,000 annually in salary and benefits, will not receive an increase in salary along with the extension.  

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Soldedad Shooting Victim 02-07-14 10:00 av

A Soledad man is listed in critical condition after suffering multiple gunshot wounds yesterday.    Police arrived to the 800-block of Toledo Street just before 8 p.m. to find a man who had been shot in the head and torso lying on the sidewalk.    No arrests have been made.   The suspect, who was last seen fleeing south on Toledo Street, is described as a teenage male with a medium to a thin build wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and gray nylon shorts.  

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Hwy 17 Overturned Car (thurs) 02-07-14 07:30 av

A driver traveling northbound on Highway 17 near Laurel Curve yesterday, caused a minor traffic delay when his car overturned.    According to the CHP, no one was injured in the 9:15 a.m. wreck.     Officers say it’s unclear what caused the incident, but say the weather was likely a factor.   There were no lane closures and the vehicle was removed by 10 a.m.

 

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Marina Missing Girl 02-07-14 07:00 av

Police in Marina are asking for the public’s help in locating an at-risk runaway teen girl.  16-year old Brianna Decker was last seen on the 3100 block of Crescent Avenue in Marina yesterday at about 4 p.m. wearing a burgundy colored zip-up style sweatshirt and either dark colored jeans or sweatpants and may be barefoot.   She’s about 5-foot-6 inches tall, weighs about 125 pounds with brown shoulder length hair and brown eyes.  Anyone with any information about the girl’s whereabouts, is asked to contact Marina Police.

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Crazy Horse Canyon Rd/Repair Work 02-07-14 07:00 av

The slow lane of southbound Highway 101 at Crazy Horse Canyon Road will temporarily shut down today for emergency storm drain repair.   Cal Trans is expected to clear out the drains, weather permitting, between the hours of 9 a.m. and noon.    The Crazy Horse Canyon Interchange on-ramps and off-ramps will remain open during the lane closure.   Cal trans reminds MOTORISTS HEADING TO THE PEBBLE BEACH GOLF TOURNAMENT TODAY, to GIVE THEMSELVES EXTRA TIME TRAVELLING THROUGH THIS AREA ON HIGHWAY 101.

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