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April 26, 2016: Sailor Rescued Off Coast of Ano Nuevo State Park

(07:23) PESCADERO – A sailor was rescued off the coast of Ano Nuevo State Park Monday morning. Around 7 a.m., witnesses reported seeing a man in a damaged sailboat, caught in winds of up to 55 mph. A Coast Guard helicopter arrived shortly after and deployed a rescue swimmer. Both the swimmer and the sailor were lifted back to the helicopter and transported to safety. The sailor was uninjured. (S.G.)

April 26, 2016: Burglary at Fosters Freeze in Boulder Creek

(07:02) BOULDER CREEK - The Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a recent burglary at a business in Boulder Creek. Last Wednesday, vandals broke into the Fosters Freeze on Mountain Street, causing thousands of dollars in damage. The incident prompted an outpouring of support from the community. An event was held at the business on Sunday to raise money for Richard and Nancy Liu, who have owned the Fosters Freeze location for 8 years. A GoFundMe account has also been created to help the Lius cover the expenses. Anyone who wishes to donate can visit gofundme.com/bc_fostersfreeze . In the meantime, anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office. (S.G.)

 

 

April 26, 2016: Investigators Identify Cause of Fire at Los Gatos Bar

(Updated at 06:44) – Investigators have identified the cause of the fire that broke out at a Los Gatos business Sunday night. The blaze was reported shortly after 11:30 p.m. at Double D’s Sports Grille on North Santa Cruz Avenue. The fire was contained by 2 a.m. and no injuries were reported. Officials believe the fire was sparked by combustibles that were being kept in a water heater closet inside the business. The blaze caused an estimated $1.8 million in property damage.

(Posted April 25 at 07:41) LOS GATOS – Crews responded to a 3-alarm fire at a Los Gatos business Sunday night. The blaze was reported shortly after 11:30 p.m. at Double D’s Sports Grille on North Santa Cruz Avenue. The fire was contained by 2 a.m. and no injuries were reported. The business was heavily damaged by the blaze. The cause of the fire is under investigation. (S.G.)

 

 

 

April 25, 2016: Local Equestrian Picked for Olympics Team

(21:02) CARMEL VALLEY - A  local  equestrian  is  training  for  the  Olympics.     Carmel  Valley  resident,  Lauren  Billys,  who  has  been  riding  for  20  years,  will  be  riding  in  the  Olympics…..but  not  for  team  U-S-A.      Billys,  who  is  part  Puerto  Rican,   will  be  1  of  18  Puerto  Rican  Athletes  competing   in  the  upcoming  Summer  Olympic  Games.   

April 25, 2016: Dog Foster Homes Sought

(18:05) SANTA CRUZ - 4  of  the  dogs  rescued  from  the  now-closed  South  Korean  dog  meat  farms  will  be  coming  to  Santa  Cruz  county.     Because  of  that,   the Santa  Cruz  Society  For  The  Prevention Of  Cruelty  To  Animals  Is  looking  for  foster  homes  for  2  mastiffs,   and  2  golden  retriever/labrador  mixes.  The  foster  families  will  need  to  begin  each  dogs’  training  (and  socializing)  as  soon  as  the  dogs  get  to  Santa  Cruz,  and  that’s  supposed  to  be  May  9th.     The S-P-C-A  is  looking  for  foster  families  who  can  commit  to  at  least  1  month  of  training  and  care  for  the  fearful  (and  under-socialized)  dogs.  The  families  need  to  not  have  any  children  younger  than  12  years-old,  an d they  need  to  be  able  to  keep  the  dog  separate  from cats.  The  first  training  session  for  foster  families  is  scheduled  to  be  held  may 4th,  at  the  Santa  Cruz  S-P-C-A  on  Chanticleer.     For  more  information people  are encouraged  to  e-mail  Sarah  at  spca sc .org,  or  call  (831) 465-5000.