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gavilan theft 08/05/11 0900 E.A.

gilroy police are seeking information on the theft of over a thousand dollars from the gavilan college football team.  the cash was taken from a total of 10-thousand dollars the team raised at their margarita booth at the gilroy garlic festival.  police say that someone grabbed a handfull of money from the cash box while the coach was preparing to transport the money to the school’s office.  anyone with any information is asked to contact the gilroy police department. 

l.g. mom guilty – sex abuse 08/05/11 0700 E.A.

a los gatos woman accused of having sex with her son’s teenage friend has been found not guilty of 2 felony counts, but was found guilty of 1 misdemeanor county of molesting a child.  48 year-old sara cole had engaged in a sexual relationship with a 16 year-old friend of her son’s over several months.  cole is set to be sentenced later this month

5th-annual breastfeeding walk (wv) 08/04/11 10:15p.m. TDH

 Advocates of breastfeeding are set to show their support, at an event in Watsonville scheduled for friday.  to mark “international breastfeeding month,” the groups community bridges, and the united way of santa cruz county, are hosting the 5th annual breastfeeding walk.  The event is being held in partnership with the breastfeeding coalition of santa cruz county.   Events will start at 3 p.m., (in Watsonville plaza), and the walk will be held at 5 p.m.  advocates of breastfeeding say that, if mothers are able to, babies should be breastfed for health-related reasons.

Grants for local cancer care 08/04/11 TDH

The santa cruz cancer benefit group awarded 80-thousand dollars to several local groups, at a ceremony thursday night.   Hospice of santa cruz county, women-care, and the katz resource center received donations, as did jacob’s heart children’s cancer support and services.   Grants were also given to research -programs at ucsc, aimed at curing and learning about cancer.   For more information on the group’s efforts, visit sccbg.org.


ucsc eliminates department 08/04/11 9:45p.m. tdh

u.c.s.c. officials are restructuring the university’s student affairs department, by folding its duties into other departments.   The move is part of ucsc’s effort to deal with the latest round of cuts in state funding.   the vice chancellor of student affairs position is expected to be eliminated.  The university has lost about 31-million dollars for the upcoming school year.