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OFFICER SHOOTERS NAMED - 04/24/13 16:57 S.S.

THE  NAMES  OF  THE  2  SUSPECTS  ARRESTED  EARLIER  THIS  WEEK  AFTER A  HIGH  SPEED  CHASE  AND  SHOOTING  IN  SALINAS  HAVE  BEEN  RELEASED.      THEY ARE  25  YEAR-OLD  KNOWN  GANG  MEMBER  DANIEL  SANCHEZ,   AND  HIS  PASSENGER  27  YEAR-OLD  KNOWN  GANG  MEMBER  DANIEL  MAGDALEN.       THEY  ARE  BOTH  SALINAS  RESIDENTS.

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ALUMNI WEEKEND UCSC 4/24/13 10:00a DMF

U.C.S.C. GRADUATES ARE INVITED BACK TO SCHOOL THIS WEEKEND FOR THE CAMPUS’S ANNUAL ALUMNI WEEKEND.   THE FESTIVITIES START ON FRIDAY AND RUN THROUGH SUNDAY AT PORTER COLLEGE.    HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE THE ANNUAL ALL-ALUMNI LUNCH, TEACH-INS FEATURING POPULAR U.C.S.C. STAFF MEMBERS AND AN OUTDOOR WINE RECEPTION.     FOR MORE INFORMATION AND A SCHEDULE OF EVENTS GO ONLINE TO alumniweekend.ucsc.edu.

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FELTON MAN SENTENCED 4/24/13 9:00a DMF

FELTON MAN SENTENCED                        4/24/13       9:00a           DMF

 

A FELTON MAN WHO BEAT HIS GIRLFRIEND TO DEATH IN 2010 HAS BEEN SENTENCED.     47 YEAR OLD RICHARD CHAVEZ WAS SENTENCED TUESDAY TO 17 YEARS TO LIFE IN PRISON FOR THE KILLING OF HIS THEN GIRLFRIEND DEANNA DUDLEY WHO HE BEAT WITH A FLASHLIGHT.      HE WAS FOUND GUILTY OF SECOND DEGREE MURDER IN JANUARY.

 

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DAVENPORT EDUCATOR AWARDED 4/24/13 9:00a DMF

A DAVENPORT EDUCATOR HAS BEEN AWARDED FOR HER WORK REVOLUTIONIZING SCHOOL LUNCHES AT PACIFIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.    STEPHANIE RAUGUST AND HER “FOOD LAB” PROGRAM LEAVES THE CHILDREN RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR OWN LUNCH IN AN EFFORT TO HELP THEM UNDERSTAND WHERE THEIR FOOD COMES FROM.     FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADE STUDENTS PREPARE LUNCHES FOR MORE THAN 100 STUDENTS AND STAFF AT PACIFIC ELEMENTARY USING PRODUCE FROM THE SCHOOL’S GARDEN. RAUGUST HAS BEEN NAMED A 2013 SANTA CRUZ COUNTY HERO BY THE AMERICAN RED CROSS.      SHE AS WELL AS OTHER SANTA CRUZ COUNTY HEROES WILL BE HONORED AT THE ANNUAL “HEROES BREAKFAST” HELD AT 7 A-M MAY 15th IN THE COCOANUT GROVE BALLROOM.

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COWELLS BEACH CURFEW 4/24/13 8:00a DMF

ONE OF SANTA CRUZ’S MOST POPULAR BEACHES WILL ADOPT A CURFEW IN AN ATTEMPT TO HELP CURB CRIME.    THE SANTA CRUZ CITY COUNCIL UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED THE CURFEW ON TUESDAY DRIVEN BY ONGOING DRUG USE AND SALES, ILLEGAL CAMPING, DISCARDED NEEDLES AND HUMAN WASTE. COWELL’S BEACH WILL BE CLOSED FROM MIDNIGHT TO AN HOUR BEFORE SUNRISE FOR AT LEAST A YEAR AS SANTA CRUZ OFFICIALS ASSES IF IT HELPS MANAGE THE BEACH.     MANY LOCAL BUSINESSES INCLUDING THE DREAM INN SUPPORT THE CURFEW, THE OWNER OF WHICH FINDS DISCARDED SYRINGES ON AN ALMOST DAILY BASIS.

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