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HIGHWAY 68 ACCIDENT- 03-27-14 11:00 SG

HIGHWAY 68 HAS REOPENED AFTER A FATAL ACCIDENT THIS MORNING.    ACCORDING TO OFFICIALS, A MAN WAS ATTEMPTING TO CROSS THE ROADWAY NEAR WEST PORTOLA SHORTLY AFTER 6 A-M WHEN HE WAS STRUCK AND KILLED BY AN ONCOMING VEHICLE.     WESTBOUND RESERVATION AND PORTOLA WERE REOPENED AT 8:45 A-M.

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OVERDUE FISHING REPORT CARDS- 03-27-14 10:00 SG

 

CALIFORNIA OFFICIALS ARE URGING STURGEON ANGLERS TO RETURN THEIR REPORT CARDS FOR 2013.   THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE HAVE HAD TO ISSUE A REMINDER AFTER ONLY 15-PERCENT OF CARDS WERE RETURNED AROUND THE JANUARY 31ST DEADLINE.     ANGLERS ARE REQUIRED BY LAW TO COMPLETE THE REPORTS SO THAT THE C-D-F-W CAN KEEP TRACK OF STURGEON POPULATIONS. FISHERMEN CAN EITHER MAIL IN THEIR REPORT CARDS OR FILL THEM OUT ON THE FISH AND WILDLIFE DEPARTMENT’S WEBSITE.

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WARRIORS ARENA BURGLAR- 03-27-14 9:00 SG

SANTA CRUZ POLICE ARE LOOKING FOR THE MAN WHO BURGLARIZED THE WARRIORS ARENA EARLIER THIS MONTH. OFFICIALS SAY THE MAN BROKE INTO THE KAISER PERMANENTE ARENA AND STOLE APPAREL, TRAINING GEAR, AS WELL AS CASH AND GIFT CERTIFICATES.    A PHOTO OF THE BURGLAR HAS BEEN POSTED ON THE SANTA CRUZ POLICE BLOG.     ANYONE WITH ANY INFORMATION IS ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT SANTA CRUZ POLICE.

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SANTA CRUZ WHALE FOSSIL- 03-27-14 8:00 SG

A FOSSIL FOUND IN SANTA CRUZ HAS REVEALED A NEW SPECIES OF WHALE.    PALEONTOLOGY GRADUATE STUDENT ROBERT BOESSENECKER RECOVERED A SKULL AMONG A TROVE OF OTHER WHALE BONES IN A CLIFFSIDE TEN YEARS AGO.     ACCORDING TO BOESSENECKER’S RECENT FINDINGS, THE FOSSIL BELONGED TO A WHALE 5-6 METERS LONG THAT LIVED IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN THREE MILLION YEARS AGO.   

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MONTEREY ACID ATTACKER UPDATE- 03-27-14 7:30 SG

A SALINAS MAN WILL REMAIN IN A STATE MENTAL FACILITY AFTER A COURT RULING MADE YESTERDAY.   42-YEAR-OLD SEAN ADAMS THREW SULFURIC ACID INTO THE FACE OF A BICYCLIST ON THE MONTEREY RECREATIONAL TRAIL IN 2000.    ADAMS WAS COMMITTED TO A STATE HOSPITAL AFTER BEING FOUND NOT GUILTY BY REASON OF INSANITY.    THIS WEEK, PROCEEDINGS DETERMINED ADAMS STILL POSES A DANGER TO THE PUBLIC AND WILL CONTINUE TREATMENT. 

 

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