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W.V. Teen Stabbed, Recovering 04/10/11 8:45p.m. TDH

A 17-year-old was stabbed in Watsonville early Saturday morning, and is recovering in a bay-area hospital.  The victim was stabbed while being assaulted and robbed by a group of men, in a trailer park on the 5-hundred block of South Green Valley Road.  The victim was air-lifted out of the county to be treated for multiple stab wounds to the upper-torso.  He was listed in stable condition over the weekend.   No arrests have been made.  Anyone with information about the 1 a.m. incident is encouraged to contact the Watsonville Police Department.


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S.C. Fire Extinguished 04/10/11 7:30p.m. TDH

Fire crews in Santa Cruz were able to extinguish an early-morning fire on Sunday, that charred the roof of a carport.  The flames were reported on top of the carport on the 15-hundred block of Broadway Avenue at 1 a.m.   Crews evacuated the adjacent apartment building while the blaze was put out.  No injuries were reported, and the building didn’t sustain any damage.  Damage to the carport was estimated at about 4-thousand dollars.

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Farm Water Regulations 04/10/11 7:30p.m. TDH

A proposal to change the way California farmers manage runoff from their farms has been put on hold.  Members of the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board did not vote on the proposal at their meeting last week, instead delaying the vote until June 8th.   Board members did, however, approve the environmental impact report for the plan, which calls for more action by farmers in controlling agricultural runoff.  If adopted, the proposal would categorize farmland based on its likelihood to produce dangerous runoff.  Certain farmers would have to take additional steps to monitor and prevent runoff.  The new regulations would cover about 7-million acres, affecting roughly 35-thousand California farmers.  Many of those farmers are calling the plan unnecessary and costly, while some environmental groups want the restrictions to be tougher.

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Motorcycle Accident, Rescue 04/10/11 7:30p.m. TDH

Cal-fire crews had to use a rope-system to rescue a crashed motorcycle rider on Saturday.   Several emergency responders participated in the rescue, after the solo-accident was reported at 4p.m.  The rider had crashed at Highway-156 and Merrill Road, in Aromas.  The victim and his bike fell about 50-feet down an embankment.  He was pulled to safety by fire-crews, before ultimately being air-lifted out of the county for treatment.  The accident  remains under investigation.

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3 Arrested in S.C. Drugs, Elder Abuse 04/10/11 7:30p.m. TDH

3-people were arrested on drug charges in Santa Cruz this weekend.  1-of the suspects also faces elder abuse charges, for creating an environment where illegal activity could have resulted in danger to an elder relative.  The arrests came as officers conducted a probation check, on the 1-hundred block of Manor Place.  58-year-old Harvey Lynn Behrendt was arrested for being under the influence of a stimulant and elder abuse, as well as other charges.  41-year-old James Craft and 55-year-old Maureen May were also arrested for being under the influence of a stimulant.

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