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Submissions are being accepted for films in all genres up to 15 minutes long for the fourth annual High School Film Festival.
No action will be taken, according to the meeting agenda. At 6 p.m., the regular City Council meeting is scheduled to begin.
Officers responded about 2 a.m. to a fight at the bar, Club Social Las Potrancas at 238 Williams Road.
Ten adult cats and seven kittens are recovering after being rescued from "horrific" conditions in a run-down camping trailer in rural Monterey County this week, authorities said.
A local artist with a global reputation, painter David Ligare had long wanted to give back to the people of Monterey County for all the inspiration he's felt living here.
Imagine traveling in Oaxaca and suddenly you are gripped by chest pains and gasping for air.
It will take more time before a long-controversial resort project in Sand City returns to the Coastal Commission for a new hearing.
A planned $7.7 million renovation and expansion of Salud Para La Gente's downtown Watsonville clinic is aimed at meeting increasing demand, providing better service to patients and improving working conditions for employees.
A Salinas Valley State Prison inmate serving a first-degree murder sentence was shot in the hand Friday when prison staff broke up an assault on another inmate, the state corrections department said.
King City, California's former police chief went before a judge with two of his fellow officers Thursday to plead not guily in a car impounding scheme that saw a total of six officers charged with various crimes including embezzlement and bribery.
Myron Seres and George McInnis of the Corral de Tierra Rotary Club presented a check to Terry Bare, executive director of the Veteran's Transitional Center of Monterey County.
As the branch manager of the Buena Vista Library, part of the Monterey County Free Library system, Jane Wallace has a lot of responsibilities, but there's one in particular that she finds more of a delight than a chore.
Following the arrests of King City police officers last week, a group of heavy-hitting Latino elected officials and civil rights leaders on Thursday called for overhauling local and state-level policies to better protect residents from police towing abuses.
Former King City police chief Nick Baldiviez and officer Mario Mottu Sr. pleaded not guilt Thursday to charges of embezzlement in connection with the transfer to Mottu of a city-owned vehicle.
The trailer was occupied by woman and the cats. There were hazardous and unsafe conditions, an active sewage leak and a sole source of electricity provided through an extension cord leading to a main residence, according to the SPCA.
Mike Richards has announced his candidacy for sheriff. His announcement Thursday brings the race for the sheriff's seat up to four contenders, including incumbent Sheriff Scott Miller, retired Cmdr.