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DUI after Crash 02/12/12 9:20 p.m. TDH

A 52-year-old Livermore man is facing D-U-I charges, after crashing a motorcycle in santa cruz county.   At about 9 p.m. Saturday, Edward Gonzales wrecked his motorcycle as he attempted to exit highway-1 at soquel avenue.  Gonzales was airlifted out of the county to be treated for his injuries.  Tests allegedly revealed that he was under the influence, and Gonzales was arrested on suspicion of D-U-I.

Boogie Boarder Rescued, SCC 02/12/12 9:20p.m. TDH

A stranded boogie boarder was rescued by lifeguards in the live oak area of santa cruz county on Saturday.  The Arizona resident was stuck on some rocks near 19th avenue, and began yelling for help.  State parks lifeguards responded to Sunny Cove Beach at about 2:30 p.m., and launched a rescue effort.  The man was not injured.

Grant for SC Schools 02/12/12 9:20p.m. TDH

A grant worth nearly 260-thousand dollars has been announced for the santa cruz city school district.  The grant from the Packard foundation is expected to be disbursed over 3-years, in increments of 86-thousand dollars.  The grant money is earmarked to help fund the district’s “wetlands and watersheds program” for 5th graders, which allows students to do more field study at local water ways.

clambake for a cure 02/10/12 1140 e.a.

the 3rd annual clambake for a cure event is slated for today at 4 p.m.   the event is hosted by the golf and grapes foundation and will showcase celebrity chefs and local wineries to raise money for brain tumor research and treatment.  the clambake will be held at the marina view loedge at 30 old fishermans wharf in monterey.  tickets are 125 dollars, and the event runs from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.

occupy bank building arraignment 02/10/12 0600 e.a.

an arraignment hearing was held yesterday for 1 of the 11 people charged in connection with the takeover of a vacant bank building on river street in november.  becky johnson pleaded not guilty at the hearing yesterday, and she was released on her own recognizance.  johnson is due in court for a preliminary hearing on march 2nd.  another defendant named in the complaint was served with an arrest warrant on wednesday.  64 year old robert norse was released on his own recognizance, after being served with a warrant charging him with trespassing, felony conspiracy and vandalism