Dr. Wallach & Dead Doctors Don't Lie Live Show: 888-379-2552

KSCO Live Show: 831-479-1080      KSCO Office: 831-475-1080

Important! For Dead Doctors Don't Lie Use: 888-379-2552

KSCO News Portal Local News

P.G. VEHICULAR MANSLAUGHTER TRIAL 01-28-11 12:0 a.v.

Opening statements are expected to be heard Monday morning for a Monterey woman accused of murder and vehicular manslaughter. Deborah King is accused of being impaired by prescription drugs when she struck and killed a father of two, Joel Woods outside a Pacific Grove Middle School in 2008. After 3-days of selection, the jury was seated yesterday. King is being sued by Woods widow and 2 sons as well as the city and school district, alleging insufficient traffic controls at the pick-up and drop-off area at the school.

 

Comment (0) Hits: 463

MARINA MOTORCYCLIST ARREST 01-28-11 11:10 a.v.

Police in Marina arrested a 22-year old motorcyclist last night after a short pursuit. The officer tried pulling the man over at around 10:24 p.m. for a traffic violation in the area of Reservation Road and Lynscott Drive, when the rider evaded authorities. Police eventually found the motorcycle and the man, who was identified as Thomas Toloy in the 3000 block of Stewart Court. Toloy was booked into Monterey County Jail on multiple charges.

 

Comment (0) Hits: 489

UNION PACIFIC RAIL FUNDING MTG. 01-28-11 10:10 a.v.

The Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission will consider a proposal next week that uses federal funds to pay it’s share towards the purchase of a Union Pacific Rail line. That new proposal comes after 14.2 million dollars was recently approved by the Commission for Santa Cruz County to buy 32-miles of rail line that would run from Davenport to Watsonville. In order to meet the state’s requirement, Union Pacific has agreed to pay $400,000 and County officials agreed to pay $250,000 in engineering and closing costs.

The commission is slated to consider the new proposal during it’s 9 a.m. meeting next Thursday in Watsonville.

 

Comment (0) Hits: 130

DOMINICAN RATES HIGH IN BREAST FEEDING 01-28-11 09:15 a.v.

According to a new report released this week, Dominican Hospital was rated amongst the best hospitals for encouraging mothers to breast-feed their babies. The hospital rated 7th statewide with 87% of mothers breast-feeding their babies in 2009 without any supplemental formula while in the hospital, up from 67% in 2004. Watsonville Community Hospital rated 57% up from 48% in 2009. Research shows that breast-feeding reduces a child’s risk of infection and obesity.

 

 

Comment (0) Hits: 379

M.H. MOLEST ARREST 0700 01/28/11 E.A.

A MORGAN HILL MAN WAS ARRESRED ON SUSPICION OF MOLESTING A 13-YEAR-OLD GIRL. 28-YEAR-OLD MICHAEL EVANS WAS ARRESTED AFTER MORGAN HILL POLICE OFFICERS RECEIVED A REPORT THAT EVANS HAD BEEN SEXUALLY INVOLVED WITH THE GIRL. EVANS WAS BOOKED INTO SANTA CLARA COUNTY JAIL. ANYONE WITH ANY INFORMATION ON THIS INCIDENT IS ASKED TO CONTACT THE MORGAN HILL POLICE DEPARTMENT.

Comment (0) Hits: 439