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  1. Exxon pushes back on climate lawsuits: Oil giant seeks to depose Santa Cruz city, county officialsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | The Reporter

    SANTA CRUZ >> In December, the city and county of Santa Cruz joined a wave of coastal California communities suing fossil-fuel companies for climate-change related damages. On Monday, ExxonMobil pushed back against what it called “abusive law enforcement tactics and litigation,” threatening to file its own legal action and accusing the local jurisdictions of hypocritically omitting reference to climate change damages from their own bond disclosures.

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  2. Historic day as recreational cannabis sales begin in CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 1 | The Reporter

    Some of the product sold Monday, the first day customers can legally purchase recreational marijuana in California. Contributed photo - Bay Area News Group Celebrating a major shift in cultural attitudes about cannabis - or just looking to enjoy the right to get high without legal entanglements - Californians lined up at dispensaries up and down the state Monday morning to be among the first to purchase recreational marijuana, more than a year after the state's voters passed Proposition 64. In the pre-dawn darkness at KindPeoples collective in Santa Cruz, a line of 80 people snaked around the building before doors opened.

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  3. Former Dixon High staff member under investigation for sexual misconduct with a student in 1997Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2017 | The Reporter

    A former Dixon High School staff member is being investigated by police in connection with allegations of sexual misconduct with a student in 1997. Ned Hearn, now an assistant principal at San Lorenzo Valley High School, is on administrative leave.

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  4. Bear Fire was fueled by dispute in Bear Creek CanyonRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 27, 2017 | The Reporter

    Sgt. Chris Clark announces the arrest of Marlon Coy of Boulder Creek on three charges of arson linked with starting the Bear Fire. LIVE OAK >> The Bear Fire, a $7.1 million expense, was set by a 54-year-old convicted felon from Boulder Creek having a feud, Sheriff Jim Hart said during a press conference Friday.

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  5. Bear Fire: Criminal charges detailed, suspect identified in Santa Cruz Mountains blazeRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 27, 2017 | The Reporter

    Sheriff's Department Sgt. Chris Clark announces the arrest Friday of Marlon Dale Coy of Santa Cruz on three counts of arson in starting the Bear Fire.

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  6. Bear Fire update: Air crews resume operations after drone slows progressRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 18, 2017 | The Reporter

    A Santa Cruz Mountains ridge top burns off Bear Creek Road in the pre-dawn hours east of Boulder Creek on Tuesday. BOULDER CREEK >> A dozen helicopters have resumed operations Wednesday afternoon, after being grounded for about an hour after a drone was spotted above the Bear Fire.

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  7. Organic strawberry research boosted by $2.5 million grantRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 1, 2017 | The Reporter

    Field workers bring in the strawberry harvest from one of the fields along San Andreas Road this week. SANTA CRUZ >> Until recently, organic strawberry growers had no choice but to move their crop from field to field to keep a step ahead of crippling soil diseases.

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  8. Paradise Valley Estates celebrates five centenariansRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 15, 2017 | The Reporter

    Five centenarians at Paradise Valley Estates shared tales of their long and storied lives at a birthday party in their honor. Tuesday, residents, staff and guests at the retirement community cut the cake, toasted champagne and sang Happy Birthday to the five.

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  9. Demolition of Big Sura s buckling bridge begins; rebuild could take a yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 14, 2017 | The Reporter

    A storm-battered span that connects Northern California to Big Sur is being demolished this week, leaving the Bay Area without a straight shot to one of the most beloved places on California's central coast - for months, perhaps a year. As a 6,000-pound wrecking ball started to destroy the sinking Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge on Monday, the isolated Big Sur community urged Caltrans to consider a temporary bridge across the steep canyon.

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