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September 23, 2016: S.C. Celebrates its 150th Anniversary

(0:9:30) Santa Cruz - The City of Santa Cruz’s 150th Anniversary is next month (October).  To celebrate the occasion the city has been putting on events all month.  The next event is the Wharf Exploration and it is scheduled for today at 10:00 am and will go till noon.  The event will start at the Cowell Seawall and attendees will be lead along the Santa Cruz Municipal Wharf.  For more information on other events visit cityofsantacruz.com.

September 23, 2016: Rotting Kelp In Carmel

(8:00) Carmel - A pool of rotting kelp on Carmel Beach is putting out an odor.  The pool of water stretches from the Frank Lloyd Wright house to 13th Street.  City officials say the water will need to disperse naturally and will most likely occur with high tides and high surf.  The pool of water has been on the beach for a few weeks and it may take months before it is completely gone.  Although the water is not considered toxic people and pets are being advised to stay out of the pool of water.

September 23, 2016: Update: Soberanes Fire

(07:00) Monterey - The U.S. Forest Service reported this morning that the Soberanes Fire is more than 126 thousand acres and is 73 percent contained.    Evacuation orders are still in place on the east side of the fire.  A community meeting will be held tomorrow (Saturday) night at 6:00 at the fire station in Arroyo Seco.

September 23, 2016: Update: Freedom Boulevard Closed

(06:50) Aptos - Motorists are being advised to avoid Freedom Boulevard in the Aptos Area.  A tree went down yesterday (Thursday) at about 5 p-m, knocking down power lines and blocking the road way at Mcdonald Road.  Although most of the power has been restored Parts of the road are still closed as crews work to clear the roadway.  Bus routes have also been affected.

September 23, 2016: Update: Soberanes Fire

(06:00) Monterey - The Soberanes Fire that is burning in Monterey county is more than 125 thousand acres and is 71 percent contained.  Evacuation orders have been issued on the east side of the fire.  The U.S. Forest Service said a community meeting will be held tomorrow (Saturday) night at 6:00 at the fire station in Arroyo Seco.