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Whose policies do more to help the poor?
Do you value American lives more than foreign lives?
A standing-room-only crowd of 100 filled Cruzio on Wednesday night for the monthly Santa Cruz New Tech Meetup to hear about new technologies getting started in Santa Cruz.
In a cold murder case that flummoxed investigators for two decades, Santa Cruz police this week identified a Pacifica 17-year-old as the woman known as Pogonip Jane.
When Nancy Vinal took early retirement after 16 years with Visa, she wanted to be part of a community, and she found one.
Extremely dry conditions have prompted Cal Fire to continue a ban on outdoor brush burning in Santa Cruz, San Mateo and Santa Clara counties.
SANTA CRUZ WATER DEPARTMENT 212 Locust Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95060 831 420-5200 Fax: 831 420-5201 www.cityofsantacruz.com MEDIA RELEASE For Immediate Release Loch Lomond under normal condition Loch Lomond last week Santa Cruz - While snow is finally beginning to fall in the Sierras, conditions in Santa Cruz continue to be abnormally dry.
NOVEMBER 16: Musicians Steven Tyler and Jared James Nichols arrive at the Sunset Marquis Hotel 50th anniversary birthday bash at Sunset Marquis Hotel & Villas on November 16, 2013 in West Hollywood, California.
When the FBI slapped a mysterious "security risk" label on UC Santa Cruz researcher Haiping Su five years ago, it turned his life upside down.
Sure, crab season's off to a slower start this year than the record seasons of the past few.
Santa Cruz's safety took center stage at a standing-room only special City Council meeting on Tuesday in which a group of residents delivered a report with advice and suggestions to reduce crime in the city.
The Santa Cruz City Council has postponed until Jan. 14 consideration of modifications to a proposed hotel in the Lower Ocean area after neighbors claimed they weren't given proper notice of a hearing Tuesday.
The Monterey pines in Cambria are one of the five isolated native stands of these beautiful trees in the world, making them awe-inspiring to think about, as well as to see.
Swearin' have spent plenty of time on the road this year, and they'll continue to do so into 2014.
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Bay Area writer Keenan Norris makes a fine debut this month with a coming-of-age novel set in California.
Police are on the lookout for an 80-year-old man who went missing Monday after visiting the Mark Abbott Memorial Lighthouse.
The Santa Cruz City Council created the Public Safety Citizen Task Force earlier this year to provide a platform for the community to come together, understand current public safety concerns, and recommend actions that the city should take to improve the quality of life in Santa Cruz.
Freeze Warning for Santa Cruz County was issued at December 04 at 1:19PM PST