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Fort Ord Vets Cemetery 10/04/10 0800 E.A.

The construction and design of a planned veteran's cemetery at Fort Ord can now move forward. That's because Assembly Bill 1757 has been signed by Governor Schwarzenegger, which will allow funding for the design and construction of the Central Coast Cemetery. When completed, the cemetery will stretch 78-acres and serve all veterans.

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Salinas Armory 10/04/10 0800 E.A.

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has signed a bill into law that would allow the Salinas Armory to be used for recreation. Assembly Bill 815 will allow the use of the facility for recreational programs. The Salinas Police Activities League hopes to lease the armory to hold after-school and sports programs for Salinas children.

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K.C. STABBING/ARREST - UPDATE 10-04-10 08:30 a.v./T.H.

One man has been arrested and another is in stable condition after a stabbing occurred yesterday afternoon at a motel in King City. Police found Jeronimo Gaspar at The King City Motel on South First Street at 4:30 p.m. with a stab wound to his chest. Police later arrested Gaspar’s roommate, Sergio Francisco who reportedly stabbed him in the torso with a kitchen knife after a verbal altercation ensued. Francisco was booked into Monterey County jail for attempted murder.

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NATION-WIDE TRAVEL ALERT 10-04-10 07:00 a.v.

A rare travel alert was issued yesterday warning Americans of potential terrorist threats in Europe. The advisory alerts U.S. citizens living or traveling in Europe to be vigilant in public places. The travel alert follows an arrest made in early September in Naples Italy of a 28-year old Algerian man suspected of having links to an Al-Qaida affiliate recruiting fighters for Afghanistan. The alert noted in particular “the potential for terrorists to attack public transportation systems and other tourist infrastructures”.

 

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WVILLE TEEN ARRESTED 10-04-10 05:30 a.v.

A routine traffic stop in Watsonville  led to the arrest of a 15-year old boy Saturday night. Officers discovered the boy was driving without a license in a car he had taken from his mother without her consent. He was pulled over on San Juan Road near Allison Road for driving without headlights. Authorities say the teen’s 2-year old sister was also in the vehicle and not properly secured. With him were 2 other teens. The boy was also found in possession of marijuana. He was booked into Monterey County Juvenile Hall.

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