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Baltimore riots: Looting, fires engulf city

Streets in Baltimore looked like a war zone early Tuesday after a night of riots, fires and heartbreak.

"Too many people have spent generations building up this city for it to be destroyed by thugs who -- in a very senseless way -- are trying to tear...

Watsonville police searching for alleged purse thief

Police searching for alleged purse thief at Watsonville Community Hospital

Watsonville police are looking for a female suspect who was caught on camera walking into the nurse’s station at Watsonville Community Hospital earlier this month and sealing a purse.

Carmel Valley fatal accident

MoCo Sheriff's Office IDs Friday's fatal crash victims

CHP and emergency crews were on the scene of two separate accidents Friday night.

Central Coast scholars talk to Vatican about Junipero Serra

Local scholars head to Rome for Junipero Serra discussion

A panel of top experts in California history and archaeology will head to Rome Thursday, to provide an overview of the life of Junipero Serra.

Salinas Heald College shuts down, students left in a lurch

Heald College in Salinas shuts down

Heald College in Salinas abruptly closed its doors Monday morning.

UCSC replaces water meters to save water

UCSC replacing hundreds of water meters across campus

The University of California Santa Cruz is replacing hundreds of water meters across campus.

Closed for 10 yrs now Boronda Community School will re-open

Closed Salinas elementary school to re-open aiding overcrowding

On Monday night, the Salinas City Elementary School District voted unanimously to reopen Boronda Community School in the fall.

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Update Health alert: Corn Maiden Foods recalls beef and pork products

California company Corn Maiden Foods is recalling approximately 15,600 pounds of pork tamales, pork Yucatan, and beef brisket taquitos products due to misbranding and an undeclared allergen.

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New high tech patch for Measles vaccination could be just what the doctor ordered

A new microneedle patch is being developed by the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The hope is that it could make it easier to vaccinate people against measles and other vaccine-preventable diseases.

Operation Surf offers injured service members a special chance in Santa Cruz

Operation Surf gives injured service members a special opportunity in Santa Cruz

Severely wounded active duty and veteran service members are participating in Operation Freedom starting Wednesday in Santa Cruz, according to event organizers.

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Carmel Valley fatal accident

MoCo Sheriff's Office IDs Friday's fatal crash victims

CHP and emergency crews were on the scene of two separate accidents Friday night.

Central Coast scholars talk to Vatican about Junipero Serra

Local scholars head to Rome for Junipero Serra discussion

A panel of top experts in California history and archaeology will head to Rome…

Salinas Heald College shuts down, students left in a lurch

Heald College in Salinas shuts down

Heald College in Salinas abruptly closed its doors Monday morning.

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Watsonville police searching for alleged purse thief

Police searching for alleged purse thief at Watsonville Community Hospital

Watsonville police are looking for a female suspect who was caught on camera walking…

UCSC replaces water meters to save water

UCSC replacing hundreds of water meters across campus

The University of California Santa Cruz is replacing hundreds of water meters across…

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Update Health alert: Corn Maiden Foods recalls beef and pork products

California company Corn Maiden Foods is recalling approximately 15,600 pounds of…

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Update Health alert: Corn Maiden Foods recalls beef and pork products

California company Corn Maiden Foods is recalling approximately 15,600 pounds of…

Complaints of bikers in San Juan Bautista

San Juan Bautista gets complaints on noisy bikers, city leaders said

For years motorcyclists have been making pit stops in the little town of San Juan…

Cal Fire starting defensible space inspections

Cal Fire starting defensible space inspections

Ahead of what’s expected to be a busy fire season, Cal Fire is jumping into action.…

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Santa Clara County News

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Update Health alert: Corn Maiden Foods recalls beef and pork products

California company Corn Maiden Foods is recalling approximately 15,600 pounds of…

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Dollar Tree Stores must pay $2.7 million in judgement

Dollar Tree Stores will now have to pay $2,72 million in civil penalties for…

Cupertino teen reported missing by school staff, deputies say

Cupertino teen reported missing by school staff, deputies say

A Cupertino teen is missing after school staff reported his disappearance Tuesday…

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Pebble Beach chef wins competition

Pebble Beach chef wins big competition

A Pebble Beach chef made it to the finals of a big competition after beating the…

Salinas students visit UC Berkeley

Salinas students visit UC Berkeley

re than a dozen high school students from Salinas took a trip to the Bay Area to…

Making a Difference Red Cross

Making a Difference Red Cross

Disasters strike without warning, but the Red Cross is ready to respond. One local…

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