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BODY FOUND IN FIELD - ID'd - 12/01/10 16:30 R.B.

THE BODY OF A MAN WHO WAS FOUND DEAD IN A FIELD SOUTHWEST OF SALINAS EARLIER TODAY, HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED AS 19 YEAR-OLD ALFRED MAGANA. MAGANA'S BODY WAS FOUND IN AN AGRICULTURAL AREA ON FOSTER ROAD, NEAR HIGHWAY 68. SHELL CASINGS WERE FOUND IN THE FIELD AND MAGANA HAD ALSO BEEN STABBED. POLICE ARE CURRENTLY INVESTIGATING THE HOMICIDE AS GANG-RELATED.

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STATE APPROVES CONTROVERSIAL FUMIGANT 12-01-10 14:00 a.v.

 

The state today approved a controversial fumigant to replace a so-called ozone-depleting pesticide for Strawberry production. Despite A statewide protest, cancer causing problems have been cited with the fumigant, Methyl Iodide, which is slated to replace the pesticide Methyl Bromide as an alternative to killing bugs, weeds and disease. The state department of Pesticide Regulation, beginning today, will register Methyl Iodide as a substitute for Methyl Bromide.

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LAS LOMAS FIRE 12-01-10 10:00 a.v.

Firefighters in North Monterey County extinguished a fire that broke out early this morning in the Las Lomas area. Early reports of the 3 a.m. structure fire on Thomas Road claim that a workshop was destroyed in the blaze. Investigations into what caused the fire continue, along with any other structures that may have been damaged by the blaze.

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SALINAS DEAD BODY FOUND 12-01-10 09:30 a.v.

A man who was shot to death, was discovered this morning in a field southwest of Salinas. Police say a farm-worker found the body at 7:17 in an agricultural area on Foster Road near Hitchcock Road and Highway-68. According to a CHP officer, multiple gunshot casings were also found in the area near the body. Investigators believe the fatal shooting was gang-related.

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UCSC Genome Sequence 12/01/10 0800 E.A.

Scientists at U.C. Santa Cruz have announced plans to sequence the genomes of 101 vertebrae within the next 2 years. This plan is the first step in a program to sequence the genomes of 10-thousand species by 2015. The project at U.C. Santa Cruz is part of an international effort, known as Genome 10-K, to gather specimens of thousands of animals from across the world, and unveil the evolution of each species genetic code.

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