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November 13, 2015: Watsonville Teenager Found Safe

(07:17) WATSONVILLE - A Watsonville teenager who went missing last week has been found safe. 18-year-old Dana Linares was reported missing by her mother on November 5. Deputies located Linares in Watsonville on Tuesday evening. She has since returned home. (S.G.)


November 13, 2015: Paving Project on Highway 9 to Impact Traffic

(07:01) SANTA CRUZ COUNTY - A paving project is expected to cause delays on Highway 9 Friday. The roadway will be closed north of Highlands Park to Scenic Way near Ben Lomond from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Traffic will be diverted to Glen Arbor Road and motorists can expect delays of up to 15 minutes. The public will still be able to access Highlands Park and Highland High School. (S.G.)


November 13, 2015: Boulder Creek Town Clean-Up

(06:44) BOULDER CREEK – Boulder Creek residents are invited to join a town clean-up this weekend. The Boulder Creek Business Association is holding its annual town sweep Saturday, where volunteers clean-up and conduct repairs throughout their community. Participants are encouraged to bring shovels, brooms, rakes, and power tools. The town sweep will be held from 8 a.m. to noon. Volunteers will meet behind Boulder Creek Hardware on Highway 9 to get their assignments. (S.G.)


November 12, 2015: Less Fog Raises Concerns

(20:47) MONTEREY- Researchers are recording lower numbers of precipitation due to fog. Scientist at CSUMB say that collections in recent years are less than a third of what had been considered average, and about a tenth of highest totals collected. The trend raises concerns because many of the central coasts flora and fauna are dependant upon precipitation from fog. The decline in fog is linked to higher ocean temperatures in the bay.





November 12, 2015: Non Injury Capitola Crash

(20:32) CAPITOLA- A Van collided with a parked construction vehicle in Capitola yesterday (Thursday). The icident took place shortly before 3:30 p.m. when the driver of a Ford van struck an outrigger of a conveyer truck unloading roofing materials on Cliff Drive, tearing off a fender and front wheel. A detour was established while the accident was investigated.