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Body Found in Half Moon Bay 4.9.13 7.30a AF

A decomposing body was found off of Miramar Beach in Half Moon Bay on Sunday.      Passersby spotted the body floating in the water, and it was pulled from the ocean by San Mateo County Sheriff’s Deputies at 5pm.     Investigators said that there were no obvious signs that could determine cause of death.    They are currently working to figure out who the man was by attempting to get finger prints and using dental records.

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Fire Ruled Accident 4.9.13 7.20a AF

A Live Oak fire that occurred in a home on Saturday was found to be the result of discarded smoking materials.       The Harper Street home caught fire around 10pm, and several neighbors called Central Fire with reports of flames and smoke emanating from the house.     Fire fighters were able to contain the blaze quickly.     The laundry room at the back of the house was damaged, but no on was injured.

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Two Rescued from Water 4.9.13 7.05a AF

Rough winds caused a boat to flip near the Santa Cruz Harbor on Sunday, requiring the rescue of two people.        A man and woman were recovered from the water after the 22-foot sailboat they were on capsized.     Harbor patrol picked up the people uninjured, though the boat could not immediately be towed due to high winds and choppy water.

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RECALL COULD COST 500K 4/8/13 5:00p DMF

ACCORDING TO SALINAS CITY STAFF AN ELECTION TO RECALL SALINAS MAYOR JOE GUNTER COULD COST TAXPAYERS 500 THOUSAND DOLLARS.    THE RECALL EFFORT IS LEAD BY JUVENAL IBARRA, A SALINAS RESIDENT WHO SUPPORTS CITY COUNCILMAN JOSE CASTANEDA.       THE ATTEMPT TO RECALL GUNTER STEMS FROM GUNTERS REFUSAL TO APPOINT CASTANEDA TO ANY CITY COMMITEES.

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N. FREMONT LANE CLOSURE 4/8/13 5:00p DMF

TREE CREWS IN MONTEREY WILL REMOVE AND PRUNE TREES THIS WEEK ON THE NORTH FREMONT STREET MEDIAN RESULTING IN A LANE CLOSURE.    WORK WILL TAKE PLACE TUESDAY THROUGH THURSDAY FROM 9 A-M TO 3:30 P-M AND THE LEFT LANE EASTBOUND FROM MONTEREY TO SEASIDE WILL BE CLOSED.    MOTORISTS ARE ADVISED TO EXPECT DELAYS IN THE AREA AND DRIVE WITH CAUTION.

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