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ETIWANDA FIRE- 05-02-14 12:00 P.S.

THE ETIWANDA FIRE LOCATED IN SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY HAS BURNED NEARLY TWO-THOUSAND-TWO-HUNDRED ACRES AND IS CURRENTLY FIFTY-THREE-PERCENT CONTAINED.    STRONG SANTA ANA WINDS CONTINUE TODAY WITH MORE THAN             9-HUNDRED FIRE PERSONNEL ON THE SCENE.     ONE STRUCTURE HAS BEEN DAMAGED AND NUMEROUS OTHERS ARE THREATENED.    ALL VOLUNTARY EVACUATIONS HAVE BEEN LIFTED.       WINDS ARE EXPECTED TO DIE DOWN OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS.

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CONCERN FOR TORO PARK- 05-02-14 10:30 P.S.

A PLAN TO EXPAND TORO PARK IN SOUTH SALINAS HAS SOME AREA RESIDENTS CONCERNED.    DURING A MEETING LAST NIGHT AT TORO PARK’S FIRE STATION, NEIGHBORS AND PARENTS VOICED THE NEED FOR THE RENOVATION, CLAIMING THERE ISN’T ENOUGH SPACE FOR CHILDREN TO PLAY.    SOME COMPLAINED ABOUT THE PROPOSED PLAN SAYING IT WOULD PUSH OUT OTHER EVENTS HELD AT THE PARK AND WOULD REQUIRE PAID PARKING PERMITS.    FUNDING FOR THE 250-THOUSAND-DOLLAR PROJECT CAME FROM PRIVATE DONATIONS.

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PRUNEDALE H&RUNNER WIFE ARREST- 05-02-14 9:30 SG

A SALINAS WOMAN HAS BEEN ARRESTED ON A CHARGE OF BEING AN ACCESSORY TO A FELONY.     40-YEAR-OLD GUADALUPE RUIZ’S HUSBAND ANGEL WAS ALLEGEDLY INVOLVED IN A MARCH HIT-AND-RUN WITH AN OFFICER.     HE DIED A FEW DAYS LATER IN A POLICE SHOOTOUT.    FOLLOWING THE INCIDENT, RUIZ GAVE OFFICERS FALSE INFORMATION ABOUT HER HUSBAND’S INVOLVEMENT IN THE HIT-AND-RUN.     INVESTIGATORS LATER FOUND THE SUSPECT’S S-U-V AT A HOLLISTER AUTO BODY SHOP WHERE SHE ALLEGEDLY HAD ARRANGED TO HAVE IT REPAIRED.    RUIZ’S BAIL HAS BEEN SET AT 20-THOUSAND-DOLLARS.

 

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NEW VETERAN’S FARM- 05-02-14 8:30 SG

OPERATIONS AT A NEW MONTEREY COUNTY FARM WILL BEGIN THIS WEEK.   SEMPER FRESH FARMS WILL BE OWNED AND OPERATED BY MILITARY VETERANS.   THE ORGANIC FARM AIMS TO TRAIN AND EMPLOY VETERANS, TEACHING THEM AGRICULTURAL SKILLS THEY CAN USE AT LARGER FARMS IN THE FUTURE.   PLANNED CROPS THIS YEAR INCLUDE WALNUTS, PLUMS, POMEGRANATES, AND OLIVES.

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IMMIGRANT DRIVER’S BILL- 05-02-14 8:00 SG

STATE LAWMAKERS HAVE APPROVED A REVISION OF A BILL THAT GRANTS DRIVER’S LICENSES TO ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS.      THE ASSEMBLY VOTED YESTERDAY IN FAVOR OF MAKING CHANGES TO A-B-6-0 AFTER BUSINESSES EXPRESSED THEIR CONCERN. EMPLOYERS ASKED LAWMAKERS TO CONFIRM THEY WOULD NOT BE PUNISHED IF THEY REJECT APPLICANTS EVEN AFTER THEY SHOW THEIR LICENSES.    THE BILL NOW CLARIFIES IMMIGRANTS CANNOT USE THE LICENSES AS PROOF OF WORK AUTHORIZATION.

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