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February 3, 2016: Watsonville Home Destroyed By Fire

(20:23) WATSONVILLE – It took firefighters more than 4 hours to contain a fire in an uninhabited Watsonville home this morning. The blaze, on the 11-hundred block of Santa Victoria avenue (near the Watsonville Slough), broke out just after midnight. The house was one in a complex of 7 structures, not far from Ohlone Parkway.

February 3, 2016: Cement Ship Breaking Apart

(19:30) APTOS – The iconic S.S. Palo alto (aka the “Cement Ship” in Aptos) is said to be breaking apart. The recent King Tides have battered the 96 year-old landmark, and authorities say that the back half of the ship has cracked in half, and a few smaller pieces have already broken away.

February 3, 2016: Fatal Accident In Gilroy Early This A.M.

(19:23) GILROY - A GILROY MAN DIED AFTER HE LOST CONTROL OF HIS VEHICLE AROUND 1 A-M THIS MORNING. THE 72 YEAR-OLD MAN WAS DECLARED DEAD AT THE SCENE OF THE ACCIDENT ON HIGHWAY 85, JUST SOUTH OF COTTLE ROAD. THE CAUSE OF THE FATAL CRASH IS STILL BEING INVESTIGATED.

February 3, 2016: Nogal Drive Victim Identified

(17:46) SALINAS - A man who was shot on Nogal drive in Salinas last week has been identified. 20 year-old Carlos Esteban Alfaro was reportedly shot as he walked on the 12-hundred block of Nogal Drive around 8:30 p-m January 26th . He was a resident of the area, and had no known history with the Salinas Police Department. Anyone with any information on this case is encouraged to contact the Salinas Police Department.

February 3, 2016: What Not To Bring To Levi’s Stadium

(17:31) SANTA CLARA - People who plan to attend Superbowl 50, at Levis Stadium are only allowed to carry in certain types of bags. 1 type is a clear plastic, vinyl, or pvc, bag that is no larger than 12 x 6 x 12 inches. If the don’t have those, people can carry in a 1 gallon clear ziplock-type bag. Clutch purses are also ok, as long as they are no larger than 4-and-a-half by 6-and-a-half inches. There is a long list of prohibited materials that people are asked not to bring. Some of those are….Alcohol (or other beverages), animals (aside from service animals), food, laser pointers, footballs, banners, fireworks, beach balls, frisbees, camcorders, aerosol cans, noisemakers of any size, selfie sticks, strollers, and tripods. Exceptions will be made for necessary medical items, (but only after they are inspected at a gate designated for that purpose).