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August 15, 2016: Seal Census Report

(11:55)  Monterey -  According to a new census report, at least a third of the harbor seals along the Monterey Peninsula have disappeared.  Marine experts believe the harbor seals are gone because of a dwindling food source and warmer water temperatures.  Over the last 18 months, fish have been swimming away to cooler areas of ocean leaving the seals, on the coast to starve.  Water temperatures have recently started to stabilize and the census report said that most of the surviving adult seals do look healthier and better fed, but researchers said that could be survival of the fittest and it is unclear at their time if the food source is back.  



August 14, 2016: Chimney Fire SLO

(13:03) PASO ROBLES- A fire near Lake Nacimento forced the evacuation of over a 130 homes over the weekend. The Chimney Fire broke out at about 4 p.m. Saturday near Running Deer and Chimney Rock roads. As of Sunday 100 homes were reported threatened and the blaze had burned 1450 acres and is listed at 10 percent contained. A Red Cross shelter has been set up in Paso Robles at Flamson Middle School.


August 14, 2016: Oak Fire

(12:37) MORGAN Hill- A fire that broke out in the Santa Cruz Mountains is reaching full containment. The wildfire broke out at about 3 p.m. on Friday off of Uvas and Watsonville Roads, near the Uvas Reservoir, west of Morgan Hill. The blaze has consumed 25 acres and was 90 percent contained as of noon yesterday (Sunday).



August 14, 2016:Planned Big Sur Power Outage

(12:23) BIG SUR- A planned power outage is in effect in the Big Sur area. The outage went into effect yesterday (Sunday) at 2 p.m. to coincide with the closure of Highway 1. The following areas were de-energized:South of the Fernwood vicinity, and North of Dolan Creek. This emergency planned outage may last up to 24 hours.  For information specific to this emergency planned outage, customers may contact PG&E at 1-800-743-5000.