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Local News

  • Seaside Murder Arrest-5/20/18-1651-PMD

    Seaside police have arrested a woman following a 10 month investigation. 43-year-old Corrie Denise Arriaga was arrested on Friday and charged with the 2017 first degree murder of 33-year-old Courtney Read More
  • Salinas Bank Robbery-5/20/18-1751-PMD

    Salinas police are investigating a Friday afternoon bank robbery. Shortly after 2 p.m. two men with covered faces entered the Monterey Credit Union in Harden Ranch Plaza. One of the Read More
  • Marina PD Seeks Assistance-5/20/18-1653-PMD

    The Marina Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in identifying a suspect in multiple thefts. Authorities say there has been a significant increase in vehicle break ins and burglaries. Read More
  • SC O-I Shooting UPDATE-5/18/18-1523-PMD

    An officer involved shooting investigation is underway in Santa Cruz County. Authorities say that a woman was hospital with gunshot wounds after she assaulted a deputy with his patrol vehicle Read More
  • Huntsman - 2 Life Terms 05/18/18A 11:53 S.S.

    Tami Hunstman has been sentenced to spend two life terms in prison…..without the possibility of parole. Huntsman is the Salinas woman who pleaded guilty to the torture and killing of Read More
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Although in 11 races in Santa Cruz County, candidates ran unopposed, that is not the case in the other 4 races. Roger Wildey, Robert Pursley junior, and Jim Hart ran for Santa Cruz County Sheriff-Coroner…..and the preliminary count shows Hart winning with 65.33 percent of the vote.

In the race for Santa Cruz County Supervisor (for the 3rd District), Ryan Coonerty beat out Bob Lamonica by getting 75.86 percent of the vote.

In another race…..Terry Medina, Greg Caput, Jimmy Dutra and Dana Salas all ran to become the Santa Cruz County Supervisor to represent the 4th district. The preliminary count indicates that incumbent Greg Caput (who received 45.47 percent of the vote) will face-off with former Watsonville Police Chief Terry Medina (who was the runner-up with 27.68 percent) in the November General Election.

In the Soquel Union Elementary School District, Amanda Jackson Miller and “Sandy” Erickson vied for a seat on the board, and Miller received 64.24 percent of the vote….handily winning that race.

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