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July 23, 2015: Free Concert at Capitola Branch Library

(08:25) CAPITOLA – A free concert will be held at the Capitola Branch Library on Saturday. The Redwood Wind Quintet, which is an offshoot of the San Lorenzo Valley Community Band, will be performing. The event is part of the Summer Reading Program, which concludes on Sunday with the Festival of the Book at Harvey West Park. The concert will be held on the lawn at the library from 12 to 1 p.m. (S.G.)

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July 23, 2015: Two More Women Accuse Emily’s Bakery Owners of Sexual Harassment

(07:49) SANTA CRUZ - Three women are accusing the owners of a Santa Cruz bakery of sexual harassment. This week, a suit was filed by a former employee of Emily’s Bakery, owned by former Santa Cruz Mayor Emily Reilly and her husband, Robert Nahas. Savanna Halliwell worked at the business from 2012 until May. In the suit, Halliwell accuses Nahas of touching her inappropriately. Halliwell claims that she was relieved of her duties after she came to Reilly and complained about Nahas’s behavior. Since the lawsuit was filed, two more women have come forward with similar allegations. Nahas and Reilly’s attorney have until mid-August to respond to the complaint. (S.G.)

 

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July 23, 2015: Salinas Man Sentenced for Felony Hit and Run, Manslaughter

(06:58) MONTEREY COUNTY - A Salinas man has been sentenced for felony hit-and-run and misdemeanor manslaughter. 21-year-old Eric Gonzalez was found guilty of fleeing the scene of a crash on Highway 1 in Seaside in January. One of his passengers, 22-year-old Olivia Burgess of Seaside, died from injuries sustained in the crash. A second passenger sustained minor injuries. Gonzalez was sentenced Wednesday to three years in prison. (S.G.)

 

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July 22, 2015: Residents Being Warned to Not Leave Dogs in Hot Cars

(10:32) CALIFORNIA - Central Coast residents are being warned to not leave their dogs in parked cars during the summer months. On a 78 degree day, the temperature inside a parked car can exceed 100 degrees in a matter of minutes, even if the car is in the shade or the windows are cracked. Animals exposed to high temperatures may suffer brain damage or die from heatstroke or suffocation. Anyone who sees a distressed animal in a parked car on a hot day is urged to contact Animal Services. (S.G.)

 

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July 22, 2015: Salinas Public Library Grant For Summer Reading Program

(10:25) SALINAS - The Salinas Public Library has been awarded a grant for their summer reading program. The 50 Fund, which which was founded by the San Francisco Bay area Super Bowl 50 Host Committee awarded the library program $15,000. With the funding the program will purchase two push carts which will be used to circulate materials in neighborhoods county-wide. People will be able to check out items as well as apply for a library card at the carts. The funds will also be used for special event programming such as spoken word activities or lectures in the park.

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