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    Santa Cruz County Clerk office confirmed that the required number of signatures has been certified for the rent control measure. The rent control measure aims to regulate the amount of Read More
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    A Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s deputy arrested a suspected car thief early Thursday. A deputy doing extra patrols in the parking lot of Home Depot on 41st Avenue at around Read More
  • Heat Advisory-6/21/18-1605-PMD

    The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for the inland areas of Monterey County, San Benito County, Santa Clara County and the Santa Cruz Mountains. The heat advisory Read More
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Ruth Copland, It's A Question Of Balance, Talk radio

Ruth Copland has been out and about covering the 2017 Cinequest Film Festival in Silicon Valley. This week she is featuring guests from What Happened In Vegas, a shocking and heartbreaking documentary about three murder cases where all the victims were shot by the police. The film had its world premiere at Cinequest and reveals a police department seemingly willing to go to any lengths to protect its image and hide its crimes. The film also features good cops trying to act with integrity within a broken system, and considers what has gone wrong and how it might be fixed. Listen here What Happened in Vegas? | It's A Question of Balance (broadcast 11 March).

Ramsey Denison, the director, producer and editor of the film decided to make the film after he witnessed police brutality, called 911 to report it and then was beaten up by police and arrested himself for doing so. He covers this story in the film as well as several cases including the police killing of West Point graduate Erik Scott. Ruth Copland interviews the father of this young man Bill Scott, the director Ramsey Denison, and editor Doug Blush, renowned for his work on Oscar-winning and Oscar-nominated documentaries, including The Invisible War and The Hunting Ground.

For more info on the show and to hear past shows visit It's A Question of Balance

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