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

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

Local News

HOLLISTER FIRE - 90 % CONTAINED - 08/05/10 06:00 S.S.

THE  FIRE,  AT  A  HOLLISTER  RECYCLING  PLANT,  IS  NOW  90  PERCENT  CONTAINED.    THE  FIRE  HAS  DONE  MORE  THAN  300  THOUSAND DOLLARS  WORTH  OF  DAMAGE  TO  THE  Eagle Recycling and Disposal facility on San Juan Road.  THE  CAUSE  OF  THAT  FIRE  IS  STILL  UNDER  INVESTIGATION.

Print Email

S C TEEN SENTENCED - 08/04/10 21:50 S.S.

A  SANTA  CRUZ  TEENAGER  HAS  BEEN  SENTENCED  TO  SPEND  16  YEARS-TO-LIFE  IN  PRISON,   FOR  THE  OCTOBER  2008  KILLING  OF  ANOTHER  TEEN.      KNOWN  NORTENO  JONATHAN  CARDENAS,   WHO  WAS  A  MINOR  WHEN  HE  FATALLY  STABBED  18  YEAR-OLD  ROBBIE  REYNOLDS  IN  A  BEACH  HILL MOTEL  ROOM,    WAS  FOUND  GUILTY  LAST  SPRING  OF  2ND-DEGREE  MURDER.      CARDENAS  TURNED  HIMSELF  IN  A  COUPLE  DAYS  AFTER  THE  OCTOBER  8TH  STABBING.

Print Email

FOUSEK ARRESTED AGAIN - 08/04/10 21:40 S.S.

A  38  YEAR-OLD  MAN,   WHO  IS  ACCUSED  OF  TRYING  TO SELL  HIS  BABY  GIRL  OUTSIDE  A  SALINAS  STORE,  WAS  ARRESTED  AGAIN  THIS  WEEK.    THAT  AFTER  PATRICK  FOUSEK REPORTEDLY  TRIED  TO  KEEP  LAW  ENFORCEMENT  OFFICERS  FROM  ENTERING  HIS  EAST  ROMIE  STREET APARTMENT  EARLY  THIS  MORNING.    HE  NOW  FACES  CHARGES  OF  RESISTING  ARREST  AND  VIOLATING  HIS PROBATION,   ALONG  WITH  THE  CHILD  ENDANGERMENT  CHARGES  RELATED  TO  THE  ATTEMPTED  BABY  SELLING  INCIDENT.

Print Email

EXPLOSIVES FOUND IN SO. MCO 08-04-10 14:00 a.v.

A bag containing about a dozen unknown types of explosive devices, was found yesterday by a South Monterey County man. Officials say the Bradley man found the bag in the Jolon and Interlake Roads area. The explosives, which were turned over to the Monterey County Sheriff’s Bomb Unit, were destroyed at the Fort Hunter Liggett Tank Range.

 

Print Email

HOLLISTER MINING AREA CLOSED 08-04-10 11:50 a.v.

In an effort to reduce airborne asbestos emissions, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management has ordered 29,000 acres in Hollister be closed to new mining claims. The temporary action closes the Clear Creek Management area for up to 2 years, while the secretary of the interior is proposing to withdraw the lands from mining for 20 years. The Bureau of Land Management, in the meantime, plans to conduct various studies to support a final decision on whether to permanently close Clear Creek due to dangerous levels of asbestos in the area.

 

Print Email

KSCO Newsletter

Your Email:

We do not share your email with third parties.