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Fatal pajaro fire 02/02/12 8p.m. TDH

Fire investigators in parajo valley are trying to determine what caused a fatal fire on Thursday morning.  the flames broke out in a trailer that was located at 83 hughes road in Watsonville.  The fire was extinguished by firefighters from the parajo valley fire department, before The body of a man was found inside the trailer.  His identity is being withheld, pending notification of family members.   There were no other injuries reported in the midnight fire.


49ers get loan for move 02/02/12 8p.m. TDH

A 200-million dollar loan has been approved for the san Francisco 49ers, to help start construction of a new stadium in santa clara county.  N-F-L owners had to approve the loan before the move could be finalized.   The team has already received an 850-million dollar loan from goldman sachs, and the new funding will help cover the remaining costs.  If the project is completed on schedule, the new south santa clara county stadium could host the 49ers as soon as the 2014 season.   The team is expected to bid to host future super bowls.


Hearing delayed, Chinatown killing 02/02/12 6p.m. TDH

A preliminary hearing has again been delayed for a man accused of running down and killing a salinas man. The hearing for adnan nijemeddin was re-scheduled, so that his newly-appointed attorney can familiarize herself with the case.    Nijemeddin is accused of intentionally running over 47-year-old billy rajah junior on January 17th,  in salinas’ Chinatown.   Rajah later died from his injuries, and nijmeddin is facing murder charges.  his preliminary hearing has been rescheduled for February 14th Private attorney susan chapman was appointed by the court to represent nijmeddin, after he reportedly refused to work with anyone from the public defender’s office.

no gun chrgs 4 City councilwoman 02/02/12 5:45p.m. TDH

An investigation into a stolen firearm has determined that the weapon, (owned by a former family member of a salinas city council member), is illegal in California.    City councilwoman Gloria de la rosa reported the assault rifle stolen last month.  The weapon remains missing, however in the course of the investigation, it was determined that the weapon, an ak-47, sks-variant assault rifle), is not permitted in California.   De la rosa reported that the gun was bought in Arizona, and was owned by her late son-in-law.  The monterey county district attorney is so far not pursuing charges against de la rosa, because the weapon has not been recovered.  If it is found, charges could be filed.

No fluoride, W.V. 02/02/12 5:45p.m. TDH

The long-sought effort to add fluoride to watsonville’s water supply has reached a conclusion…at least for now.   The California dental association foundation, known as the C-D-A-F,  has withdrawn its offer to fund the fluoridation project.   that means that fluoride will not be added to Watsonville’s water any time soon.    State law requires municipalities to fluoridate their water, if a funding source is available.  After the city received bids for the work that exceeded the funding available, the      C-D-A-F pulled the plug on the effort.  The development is likely to please many in the city (including city leaders), who had resisted fluoridation.  However, because of the state law, if another funding source becomes available in the future, the effort could be revived.