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Santa Cruz, California is located in Santa Cruz County. Zip codes in Santa Cruz, CA include 95061, 95064, and 95060. The median home price in Santa Cruz is $659,000 which is roughly $472/per square foot. More Santa Cruz information.

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State OKs $2.8M for Santa Cruz projects

Santa Cruz >> The state Department of Finance will allow Santa Cruz to spend $2.8 million in bond funds for projects proposed by the city's former redevelopment arm before the Legislature eliminated such agencies three years ago.

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Wed Apr 23, 2014

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Santa Cruz group organizing Constitutional Protection Zone

Rob Moddelmog speaks to a Santa Cruz crowd Wednesday about forming a Constitution Protection Zone in Santa Cruz.

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Monterey County Herald

Russell Means' widow carries on her husband's legacy

BIG SUR >> Russell Means was many things during his life: an activist, actor, orator and organizer with world-changing ideas.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Erik's DeliCafe moves corporate offices to San Jose to attract new franchisees

SANTA CRUZ >> Eric's DeliCafe, an old-time general store-themed restaurant chain that will be opening its 33rd location next month, has moved its headquarters to San Jose to better serve a growing franchise community.

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Patch.com

Security Guard Attacked at Mike Fox Skate Park in Santa Cruz

A man who assaulted and injured an on-duty security guard at a Santa Cruz skate park was arrested Tuesday, police said.

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Tualatin Times

Davis: Murders hastened civil rights - Wednesday, 23 April 2014 01:00

Sometime during the night of June 21, 1964, civil rights activists James Chaney, Michael Schwerner and Andrew Goodman were murdered - shot at close range - by members of the Mississippi White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan and local law enforcement officers.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Sustainable agriculture expert Wes Jackson to speak at UCSC

SANTA CRUZ >> One of the foremost figures in the international sustainable agriculture movement is in Central California to share his vision about creating highly productive and truly ecologically sustainable methods of growing food.

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Santa Cruz City

Nssa Northwest Open

The National Scholastic Surfing Association is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to encourage and assist its members in their interest to learn and develop the fundamentals and skills of surfing competition while competing in structured and quality events.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Horsnyder Pharmacy under new ownership

Leo Leal, who has owned Horsnyder's Pharmacy for 38 years, shares a joyful recollection of his time at the Eastside Santa Cruz fixture with Chris Quesenberry, who has purchased the business.

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Tue Apr 22, 2014

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Santa Cruz soccer field named for late mayor

Santa Cruz >> City leaders on Tuesday named the soccer fields at Depot Park in memory of two-time former mayor Scott Kennedy, who advocated strongly for recreational facilities in the Lower Ocean and Beach Flats neighborhoods.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Santa Cruz animal groups bracing for a litter of unwanted bunnies

Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter Field Services Manager Todd Stosuy holds an adoptable rabbit at the shelter Tuesday.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Watsonville farmworkers honored with catered lunch on Earth Day

Field workers at Lakeside Organics in Watsonville take a sit-down break for lunch prepared and transported by Charlie Hong Kong in Santa Cruz on Tuesday.

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Patch.com

'Citizen's Arrest' of Suspected Safeway Shoplifter; K-9 Cop Nabs Alleged Cell Phone Thief

Three family members shopping at Safeway on Morrissey Boulevard on Saturday at 5:30 p.m. noticed store security fighting with a possible theft suspect, according to police.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

KUSP wins Edward R. Murrow reporting awards

Santa Cruz >> KUSP, a public radio station that covers the Monterey Bay Area, won two Edward R. Murrow Awards from the Radio Television and Digital News Association.

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PolitiFact

Rubio calls Snowden scandal 'most damaging' espionage case in U.S. history. Is it?

Sen. Marco Rubio, a member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, was very critical of Snowden for not following the law.

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Patch.com

Who Smashes Up A Flower Shop? Oh, These 4 - Allegedly

An alarm at 3:15 a.m. Saturday at Santa Cruz Floral on Ocean Street drew officers who found the glass front door and an inside glass door to a cooler smashed.

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Santa Cruz police release new video of teens who attacked elderly woman

More surveillance video was released on Monday that shows two teenagers who attacked an elderly woman in downtown Santa Cruz and tried to steal her purse.

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Mon Apr 21, 2014

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Santa Cruz police release new footage in attack on 86-year-old woman

Santa Cruz police are trying to identify two teens who attacked a woman and tried to take her purse near Santa Cruz City Hall on Wednesday.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

San Lorenzo River: Bill could fund expanded studies of rivermouth

Santa Cruz >> Assemblymember Mark Stone has authored legislation that would allow Santa Cruz to apply for state aid in studying a long-term solution for summer shoaling on the San Lorenzo River, which perennially threatens to flood the Beach Boardwalk.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Ben Tripousis: High-speed rail a wise investment

The California High-Speed Rail Authority proposes a high-speed train system for intercity travel in California between major metro areas.

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