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October 1, 2015: Land Trust SC County Funds Matching

(16:45) SANTA CRUZ- The Board of Trustees of the Land Trust of Santa Cruz County recently approved $300,000 in additional matching funds to a $6.3 million federal grant to help build the Coastal Rail Trail from Wilder Ranch State Park to Coast Dairies. The Land Trust committed the bulk of the matching funds for this five-mile segment of the rail trail earlier this year, with a $3 million pledge. The Land Trust will launch a $20 million campaign this month to raise funds for a variety of projects, including the Coastal Rail Trail. Donations for the Coastal Rail Trail and other campaign projects can be made by visiting LandTrustSantaCruz.org


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October 1, 2015: Coastal Watershed Council to Hold October Water Tour

(09:57) CAPITOLA - The Coastal Watershed Council is holding an event in Capitola this weekend. The community is invited to join the October Water Tour on Sunday to see and learn about the fish that inhabit Soquel Creek. The council is teaming up with fisheries biologist Don Alley to educate participants about the health and ecology of Soquel Creek’s fish populations, including steelhead trout. The free tour will begin at 8:30 a.m. in Capitola Village. To sign up, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . (S.G.)

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October 1, 2015: Three Arrested in King City During Gang Sweep

(09:44) KING CITY - Two men and a woman were arrested in King City Wednesday on gang, weapons, and drug charges. Following a month-long investigation, law enforcement officers served search warrants in multiple locations, including a residence on the 1200 block of Bluff Avenue and a home on the 100 block of Leeds Drive. Officers recovered gang indicia, controlled substances, firearms, drug paraphernalia, police scanners, and stolen property. 32-year-old Everardo Granados Rivera, 30-year-old Pedro Zavala Jr. and 22-year-old Jacqueline Arellano were arrested during the sweep. All three suspects are active Norteño gang members. (S.G.)


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October 1, 2015: One Dead in Crash in Marina

(08:28) MARINA - CHP is investigating a fatal crash in Marina Thursday morning. The incident occurred shortly after 6:30 on Reservation Road near Panziera and Davis roads. The crash involved two vehicles and one person is confirmed dead. The roadway has been closed off for the investigation. (S.G.)

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October 1, 2015: Santa Cruz Small Craft Harbor Boaters Warned About Submerged Pipeline

(07:55) SANTA CRUZ - Santa Cruz harbor officials are alerting boaters to stay clear of a submerged pipeline. The pipeline crosses the channel in the Small Craft Harbor. It was lifted above the seafloor on Monday due to shoaling on the east side of the channel. Boaters are being advised to use the center of the channel when passing through the area, particularly during low tides. Harbor staff are working to remove the hazard. (S.G.)


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