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Gilroy robbery 12/23/10 7:30am TDH

 2-store owners were robbed in gilroy on tuesday night, shortly after closing their store.  The couple was walking to their car from their store on the 76-hundred block of monterey road at 9 p.m., when they were approached by     2-men.   1-was armed with a handgun, and the other had a knife.   They demanded money from the victims, and fled.   Gilroy police are asking anyone who witnessed the crime to contact authorities.

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East Market construction st. 12/23/10 7:30am TDH

 business is down on salinas’s east market street, but local small business owners are hoping the lull pays-off in the long run.   a multi-million dollar construction project from sanborn road to carr avenue has business owners dealing with 1-more obstacle this holiday season.  city officials hope that project to add landscaping and improve road conditions will ultimately increase business in the area.   the work is scheduled to be completed infebruary.

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W.V. Lt. to Become Sheriff 12/23/10 6:15am TDH

After 22-years with the Watsonville Police Department, Lieutenant Darren Thompson served his last day yesterday.   Thompson is resigning from the department, after being elected Sheriff of San Benito County.  He is set to be sworn in to the position on January 3rd.   Thompson grew up in Santa Cruz, and currently lives in Hollister.

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Pesticide Sprayer Loses Appeal 12/23/10 5:45am TDH

A California appeals court has ruled in favor of a Santa Cruz grower, who was awarded 1-million dollars in 2008, regarding a case of pesticide drift.  The decision by the 6th Appellate District court in San Jose lets stand the award, which was given by a lower court.   Larry Jacobs, president of Jacobs Farm/Del Cabo, had sued Western Farm Service, over the presence of their pesticides on his organic dill farm in Wilder Ranch State Park.   Western Farm Service, which is now part of Colorado-based Crop Production Services, had argued that it had not violated any law in applying the chemicals.  However, the 6th Appellate Court ruled that damages could still be sought, and the decision, if not further appealed, could open the door for other lawsuits.

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Court Date Set, Kidnapping 12/22/10 7:45pm TDH

A 21-year-old man accused of  kidnapping and robbing a los gatos family in 2009, has been given a court date.    Jyler Raines has been ordered to return to court on January 11th, to face charges that he kidnapped, assaulted, and robbed a family of 3.  The family was held at their Hidden Springs Lane home, and were robbed of vehicles, jewelry, and firearms.  Raines is alleged to have committed the crime along with Maurice Ainsworth.   Ainsworth escaped custody for 5-hours last month, after assaulting a sheriff’s deputy.  The 2-are expected to appear in court together.

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