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16 min ago | Santa Cruz Sentinel
The Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission on Thursday voted to spend millions to kick-start the Monterey Bay Sanctuary Scenic Trail, fix local roads and put a down payment on the continued expansion of Highway 1. The 12-member board approved a $14 million list of local projects, including bike and pedestrian improvements to local ... (more)
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4 hrs ago | San Mateo Daily Journal
Santa Cruz police said Thursday they have solved a nearly two-decade-old mystery by identifying a teenage girl whose body was found by hikers in 1994 in a park near the UC Santa Cruz campus.
Hopsin has announced a nation-wide tour in 2014. The Knock Madness Tour is set to run from January through March.
Before Robyn Pearson took her son, Ben, to school Wednesday morning, she snapped a photo of him dressed in a ski jacket and wearing mittens.
The local United Nations association is inviting the public to a free art show and concert on Saturday honoring international Human Rights Day.
One concern anytime a nonelected body is commissioned to examine an issue is that their recommendations will go to the land of the dead, the dusty and the denied.
At the Chaminade Resort & Spa, it's taken more than 50 pounds, as well as 30 pounds of sugar, 20 pounds of assorted candies and more than 20 hours of construction.
A saxophone player plays music inside the newly remodeled Veterans Memorial Hall in downtown Santa Cruz on Wednesday, Dec. 4. Lucjan Szewczyk/Press-Banner Third District Supervisor Neal Coonerty, along with several veterans, cuts the ribbon at the grand re-opening ceremony for the Veterans Memorial Hall in downtown Santa Cruz on Wednesday, Dec. 4.
For the first time, scientists have measured the frictional heat produced by the fault slip during an earthquake.
SANTA CRUZ, Calif. _ Life is a little easier for University of California-Santa Cruz junior Mireya Mateo, thanks to UCSC Dreamweavers, a volunteer program supporting undocumented students.
Human DNA found in a thigh bone in the Spanish cave Sima de los Huesos dates back 400,000 years, the oldest discovery yet.
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.