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March 16, 2017: Opinions Wanted on New Police Chief   

(08:20) Santa Cruz - A Second public forum will be held tonight to solicit opinions on what the replacement for Chief Kevin Vogel should look like.  The new chief will oversee 124 employees, including 104 sworn officers, and a $26 million annual department budget.  City Officials are asking the public to fill out a survey at the meeting or to fill one out on line at surveymonkey.com.  The survey can also be found on cityofsantacruz.com.  The meeting will be from 7 to 9 tonight at Beach Flats Community Center, 1333 Leibrandt Avenue.  The event will be in English and Spanish.      

 

 

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March 16, 2017: Aptos Little League Pasta Night    

(07:35) Aptos - The Aptos Little League will be hosting a pasta night fundraiser this Saturday.  The recent storms have created damage to the campus fields and have put a huge financial strain on the league.  The Aptos Little League Pasta night will be at 5:00, this Saturday at the Corralitos Community Center, 35 Browns Valley Road.  The cost is 20 dollars for adults, 10 dollars for children between the ages of 5 and 16, and free for children under 5 years old. 

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arch 16, 2017: Salinas Police Investigate Motive for Homicide   

(07:00) Salinas - The Salinas Police Department is still investigating the motive for Servando Silva stabbing and killing pastor Herbert Valero.   The incident happened Tuesday night on the 1500 block of Verona Court.   If anyone can provide information related to the murder they are encouraged to call Detective Byron Gansen at 831-758-7137.  Or you can call the anonymous, tip line at 831-775-4222.

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March 16, 2017: Drunk Driver Causes Fatal Crash   

(06:35) Prunedale - A man driving drunk caused a fatal accident on Tuesday night.   The incident happened at 11:20 on San Miguel Canyon Road in Prunedale.  The driver, 20 year-old Bryan Garcia, crossed over the double yellow lines and collided head on with 20 year-old Elizabeth Guiterrez.   Garcia had two passengers, his female passenger was pronounced dead at the scene.   Garcia, his other passenger and Guiterrez are all suffering from major head injuries.  

 

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AAA TIPSY TOW 03/15/17B 19:44 S.S.

AAA  Of  Northern  California  is  working  to  keep  impaired  drivers  from  getting  behind  the  wheel  and  driving  after  they  have  imbibed  alcohol.   To  that end  the  company  is  once  again  offering  Tipsy  Tow  Service  to  inebriated  people,  who  might  otherwise  drive.   People  do  not  need  AAA coverage  to  take  advantage  of  the  Tipsy Tow  offer.    The  service  will  run  from  6 p.m.  Friday  night,   until  6  a.m.  Saturday morning.     To  get  one  of  the  free  rides  home,  people  can  call  1-800-AAA-HELP,   and  state  that  they  need  a  Tipsy  Tow.    

AAA estimates  that  a  first-time  misdemeanor  D.U.I. conviction  in  California  can cost  more  than $15,000…..for  just  the  fines. 

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