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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 $695,000 which is roughly $479/per square foot. More Santa Cruz information.

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53 min ago | Patch.com

Prostitute Who Allegedly Finished Wine As Her Client Died on Yacht Arraigned in Santa Cruz Court

A prostitute and former San Francisco exotic dancer made her first appearance in Santa Cruz County Superior Court today since being arrested Friday in the death of a one-time Google executive on his yacht last fall.

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2 hrs ago | Santa Cruz Sentinel

Remodeled McDonald's reopens on Santa Cruz Westside

SANTA CRUZ >> If you found another place to eat when McDonald's at 1421 Mission St. closed for three months for renovation, owners Steve and Jan Peat want you back.

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2 hrs ago | Santa Cruz Sentinel

UCSC alum designs affordable desktop digital router

UC Santa Cruz alumni Tom Beckett and Bar Smith have created an affordable desktop CNC router, which can carve objects from computer designs.

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4 hrs ago | Patch.com

High-Priced Georgia Prostitute Gave Google Executive Fatal Heroin Dose: Police

By Deb Belt , Susan C. Schena and Beth Dalbey A Georgia woman described by police as a high-priced prostitute was arrested for her alleged role in the overdose of Google executive Forrest Timothy Hayes, who reportedly died after the woman gave him heroin and left him to die.

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8 hrs ago | Patch.com

Livermore Resident Says Firework That Broke Though Her Window,...

By AUTUMN JOHNSON A Livermore resident says she was lucky she was home on 4th of July when an illegal firework smashed through her upstairs window, catching her bedroom carpet on fire.

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13 hrs ago | Cool Hunting

Giro Empire SLX : Inspired by football boots, these high-performance...

With the Tour de France under way and road riding season in full swing, there's no better time to geek out over the latest technical cycling gear.

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17 hrs ago | Santa Cruz Sentinel

Coast Lines, July 9, 2014: Discussion on homeless solutions Thursday

Smart Solutions to Homelessness and Watsonville Mayor Karina Cervantez co-host a public screening of "INOCENTE," an Academy Award winning documentary about a homeless Latina youth and artist, 7:30-9 p.m. Thursday at the Civic Plaza community room sixth floor, 275 Main St. The showing will be followed by a community conversation about what is ... (more)

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Tue Jul 08, 2014

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Cops and Courts: July 9, 2014: Boy severely injures hand in Live Oak fireworks blast

A 15-year-old boy seriously injured his hand in a fireworks blast on Saturday at a home in Live Oak, deputies said.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Santa Cruz-based foundation raises money to help African girls with careers

Patuma, a woman who received a loan and small business training to help start her own bakery, makes bread in Malawi, Africa.

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Santa Cruz City

Santa Cruz Restores Coastal Access Stairway at 'Indicators'

The stairway, reaching from the bike path on West Cliff Drive down to the tidal zone below the cliff, is located just north of the surfer statue on West Cliff Drive at Pelton Avenue.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Visiting artist inspired by Santa Cruz County places

Artist Jacinto Guevara poses in front of "Kite Hill from Vestal" at his friend Paul Furlong's home in Watsonville.

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CBS Local

Admitted Prostitute Arrested In Heroin Overdose Death Of Santa Cruz Man On Docked Yacht

An admitted prostitute was arrested Friday in the November heroin overdose death of a Santa Cruz man on a docked yacht, Santa Cruz police said.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Manresa fire: Until restaurant rebuilds, you can buy its produce

Manresa chef-owner David Kinch and his farm partner, Cynthia Sandberg, at her Love Apple Farms.

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Core77 design blog

More Crooked Forests: Axel Erlandson, the Tree Tinkerer from the 1920s, and His Surviving Work

Sometimes two tree branches will grow in such a way that they begin to touch. As the wind blows the branches and they rub together, the bark at the point of contact is gradually worn away, exposing the cambium.

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Indybay.org

Mideast Migraines - They Dare to Speak Out, ending chapter 5

Continued reading of "They Dare to Speak Out", finishing chapter 5; news items relating to the four youths, three Israeli and one Palestinian, all kidnapped and killed in recent weeks; oud music by Mavrothi.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Business Digest, July 8, 2014: Startups pitch at Santa Cruz New Tech MeetUp

Startups will pitch to win two $100 prizes at the Santa Cruz New Tech MeetUp 6-9 p.m. Wednesday at Cruzio, 877 Cedar St. Startups will present five-minute presentations.

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Mon Jul 07, 2014

Santa Cruz Sentinel

Santa Cruz to weigh ballot measures on election financing, pot tax

SANTA CRUZ >> Undaunted by previous rejections to establish some public financing of City Council elections, Councilmember Micah Posner will ask colleagues Tuesday to place the matter on November's ballot.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Santa Cruz to weigh ballot measures on election financing, pot tax

SANTA CRUZ >> Undaunted by previous rejections to establish some public financing of City Council elections, Councilmember Micah Posner will ask colleagues Tuesday to place the matter on November's ballot.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Santa Cruz County authorities report fewer hot spots on Fourth of July

SANTA CRUZ >> Law enforcement agencies in Santa Cruz County reported at least 156 arrests during Independence Day weekend, but leaders said the holiday generally was safer and less chaotic than previous years.

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Santa Cruz Sentinel

Best Bets, July 8, 2014: Poetry Santa Cruz: Tess Taylor and Debra Spencer

Poetry Santa Cruz hosts a reading with Tess Taylor and Debra Spencer. Taylor has received many fellowships including ones from Amherst College and the Headlands Center for the Arts.

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