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6 min ago | San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Republican gubernatorial candidate Tim Donnelly's campaign manager quit Wednesday, just two days before the conservative Southern California assemblyman starts vying with a rival to woo delegates at the state GOP's convention in Burlingame.
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2 hrs ago | Santa Cruz Sentinel
A surveillance image shows a man who stole a bike and tried to steal a woman's purse on Soquel Avenue on March 6, according to Santa Cruz police.
5 hrs ago | Santa Cruz Sentinel
In last Thursday's Street Smarts column about free parking and charging of the batteries of electric vehicles, Parking Program Manager Marlin Granlund said electricity cost are also subsidized as only a public utility can charge for power usage.
9 hrs ago | Patch.com
An 18-year-old Santa Cruz man was arrested in less than 24 hours after he allegedly attacked a woman last week at Bay and Seaside streets, and reportedly admitted to previous assaults in April, according to the Santa Cruz Police Department.
12 hrs ago | KION 46
Entrants under 18 must have a parent or guardian sign for them if they receive a prize.) Contest is void where prohibited by law.
16 hrs ago | Los Altos Town Crier
Ellie Van Houtte/Town Crier Owner Jeff Hampton opened Red Berry Coffee Bar last week after 18 months of renovation at its home on 145 Main St. The bar specializes in offering customers fair-trade coffee for espresso drinks.
Ask anyone you know who's been involved in Santa Cruz journalism during the past 40 years and odds are good that he or she will have a story about Buz Bezore, probably several stories, many of them off the record.
Bicycle theft is a rampant problem in Santa Cruz, and a little girl became the most recent victim when her hot pink Disney princess bicycle was stolen.
A 21-year-old Santa Cruz man was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving Tuesday night after he was driving struck a fire hydrant, light pole and stop sign, California Highway Patrol officials said.
PADDINGTON loved marmalade. Winnie went for honey from a pot. But ecologists and rangers worry most about bears like Yogi, famous for stealing picnics from visitors to Jellystone Park.
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The club has invited a guest speaker, Don Cerow, who is a researcher in ancient mythology and astrology.
Students at UC Santa Cruz will host an event Wednesday evening to celebrate Tibetan culture and to raise awareness of human rights issues that exist between China and Tibet.
For many Santa Cruz water customers, who are among the lowest consumers in California, drought-driven rationing set to go into effect May 1 won't require drastically cutting indoor use as long as they're willing to forgo lawns and gardens.
A former Marxist rebel commander's tiny lead in El Salvador's presidential election is irreversible, the country's electoral tribunal said on Monday, but his right-wing challenger demanded a full recount, insisting he was the real winner.
Allterra Solar, at 207B McPherson St., will host a Green Business networking event 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday﻿.