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CAL-POLY REPORTS VIRAL MENINGITIS CASE 12-13-13 11:30 av

A CENTRAL COAST UNIVERSITY IS THE THIRD SCHOOL IN THE STATE TO REPORT A CASE OF VIRAL MENINGITIS IN THE PAST FEW MONTHS. A STUDENT, WHO LIVES OFF CAMPUS AT CAL POLY SAN LUIS OBISPO, WAS DIAGNOSED YESTERDAY, AND IS NOW UNDER-GOING TREATMENT.   SCHOOL OFFICIALS SAY IT APPEARS TO BE AN ISOLATED CASE THAT DOESN’T POSE A RISK TO THE REST OF THE CAMPUS.   MEANWHILE, FOUR STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SANTA BARBARA WERE DIAGNOSED LAST MONTH WITH THE DISEASE, ALONG WITH A STAFFER AT U-C RIVERSIDE.  

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MONTEREY BAY HARBOR/BOAT SINKS 12-13-13 11:00 AV

Environmental workers are on the scene after a 30-foot commercial boat sunk in the Monterey Bay harbor this morning.    Crews are making sure there are no oil leaks after the boat, named Andrea, was raised today at about 9 a.m.  So far, there are no reports of any oiled wildlife, however crews are still monitoring the area.   The Monterey County Coast Guard believes the boat had a small leak that went unnoticed by crew members.    Nobody was onboard the vessel at the time of the incident. 

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Boat Sinks in Monterey Harbor 12-13-13 11:00 av

Environmental workers are on the scene after a 30-foot commercial boat sunk in the Monterey Bay harbor this morning.    Crews are making sure there are no oil leaks after the boat, named Andrea, was raised today at about 9 a.m.  So far, there are no reports of any oiled wildlife, however crews are still monitoring the area.   The Monterey County Coast Guard believes the boat had a small leak that went unnoticed by crew members.    Nobody was onboard the vessel at the time of the incident. 

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Eighth DUI Plea 12-13-13 08:30 av

A man pleaded guilty yesterday to his eighth DUI charge, after he was convicted on felony charges for crashing his vehicle with his 8-year old daughter in the car earlier this year.    49-year old Rafael Ramirez Hernandez had a blood alcohol content level of 0.24%, over three times the legal limit, when he lost control of his vehicle on April 27th and crashed down an embankment of Varni Road.   Hernandez faces a maximum sentence of six years and eight months in jail, and is slated to be sentenced next month.  

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Salinas Warming Shelter 12-13-13 07:30 av

Salinas City officials announced yesterday the opening of a temporary shelter for people seeking a warm place on cold nights.   The warming shelter is located on 37 Central Avenue in Salinas, and will open on Wednesday December 18th.   Up to 40 single men and women will be able to shelter in from the cold on a first come first served basis.   Doors open at 7:15 p.m., and dinner will also be provided.   Participants will have to vacate the premises before 8 a.m. each day.    The shelter is expected to be kept open 7 nights a week through the end of March. 

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