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FORMER FORT ORD BURN – UPDATED 2 10-08-10 06:20 a.v.

A prescribed burn, to clear unexploded ammunition, took place yesterday morning on the Former Fort Ord. Roughly 110-acres burned for about 2-hours until just before noon at Burn Unit 21. The Presidio of Monterey Fire Department is said to be monitoring the area, through this morning. A 2nd prescribed burn of about 167 acres may also take place today at Burn Unit 15 for about 2 hours, weather permitting. Officials recommend closing your windows if you live on or near the Former Fort Ord. More information can be found at fort ord clean up dot com.

 

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CAPITOLA APPROVES NEW TARGET STORE 10-08-10 05:40 a.v.

In a 3-to-1 vote last night, the Capitola Planning Commission approved plans for a new Target store to take over the space formerly occupied by Gottschalks at the Capitola Mall on 41st Avenue.   Plans for the 104,000-square-foot building include remodeling the interior and exterior, including new landscaping.  The new Target, which is expected to employ up to 250 people, will be 2 levels and will include 10,000 square feet of grocery space.

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BLUE WHALE’S CAUSE OF DEATH REVEALED 10-08-10 05:30 a.v.

Scientists say a blue whale found washed ashore a San Mateo County beach over the weekend, died after colliding into a large industrial ship. A spokesperson with the California Academy of Sciences say hemorrhaging was found on the belly of the 75-ton, 80-foot long whale, and at least 2 fractured vertebrae. The pregnant decomposed whale and it’s 8-month old calf, which was believed to have been expelled from it’s mother post-mortem, were found Saturday 35-miles north of Santa Cruz on Bean Hollow State Beach.

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100 CA CONDORS FLYING FREE 10-07-10 19:40 a.v.

100 California condors are now flying free around the state. For the first time in half a century, the 100-bird benchmark is the newest development in the reported “slow recovery” of the endangered birds. Every fall, captive-bred, 1-year-old condors are released into the wild at Pinnacles National Monument and Bitter Creek National Wildlife Refuge. In 1982, the last 22 California condors were placed in a captive breeding program. Today, there are over 380 condors in the world, in captivity and in the wild.

 

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S.C. DRUG/GANG BUST 10-07-10 19:30 a.v.

Dozens of people face drug and gang-related charges after a 5-month crackdown on violent gang crimes in Santa Cruz. 42-people were arrested during the series of raids known as Operation Southern Exposure. The Santa Cruz Police Department joined forces with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Officials and Drug Enforcement Agency Investigators to focus on combating violence within the city. Investigators seized 10-handguns, and drugs including meth, cocaine, heroin, marijuana, and Ecstasy pills.

 

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