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California teens arrested in 920 chicken deaths

Deputies in central California have arrested four people - one adult and three juveniles - who are suspected of breaking into a Foster Farms chicken ranch and killing more than 900 birds with a golf club.

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Carmel city administrator quits amid calls for his resignation

Carmel residents said they're pleased to know change is coming to City Hall.

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High fire danger, CAL FIRE beefs up staffing on Central Coast

Hot temperatures coupled with the dry vegetation has CAL FIRE beefing up staffing this week. Local fighters out battling wildfires burning across the state, have now returned to the Central Coast in anticipation of a fire here at home.

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Annual Bike to Work Day takes place in Santa Cruz County Thursday

Organizers expect more than 6,000 people to participate in the 16th annual fall Bike to Work Day in Santa Cruz County Thursday.

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UC Santa Cruz agency receives $3.27 million grant to help students achieve college

UC Santa Cruz’s Educational Partnership Center has been awarded a $3.27 million federal grant over seven years to help prepare middle and high school students in the Monterey Peninsula Unified School District for college. This grant is one of 41 agencies nationwide that shared $82 million in 'Gaining Early Awareness…

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Chicken strips product shipped to California recalled

Foster Farms, of Farmerville, Louisiana is recalling approximately 39,747 pounds of frozen pre-cooked chicken products due to possible contamination with Listeria. The product was inadvertently shipped to states including California.

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UC Santa Cruz researchers launch new Ebola website

Researchers at UC Santa Cruz have launched a new website focused on Ebola, along with what's known as a genome browser.

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Applications for Boronda International Study Program available

Hartnell Community College District is accepting applications for the Sylvano and Maria Boronda International Study Program for 2015.

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IRS: Tax break extended for farmers forced to sell livestock due to drought

California farmers and ranchers who previously were forced to sell livestock due to the drought have an extended period of time in which to replace the livestock and defer tax on any gains from the forced sales.

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AG: California crime rates went down in 2013, according to new report

Crime in California is down, according to the latest report released by the state Attorney General's Office.

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Carmel city administrator quits amid calls for his resignation

Carmel residents said they're pleased to know change is coming to City Hall.

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UC Santa Cruz agency receives $3.27 million grant to help students achieve college

UC Santa Cruz’s Educational Partnership Center has been awarded a $3.27 million…

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Applications for Boronda International Study Program available

Hartnell Community College District is accepting applications for the Sylvano and…

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Broadway Avenue rehabilitation project begins in Seaside

The city of Seaside hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the Broadway Avenue Street…

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Santa Cruz County News

Bike 2 Work Day

Annual Bike to Work Day takes place in Santa Cruz County Thursday

Organizers expect more than 6,000 people to participate in the 16th annual fall Bike…

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UC Santa Cruz agency receives $3.27 million grant to help students achieve college

UC Santa Cruz’s Educational Partnership Center has been awarded a $3.27 million…

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UC Santa Cruz researchers launch new Ebola website

Researchers at UC Santa Cruz have launched a new website focused on Ebola, along…

Watsonville teacher talks about big Grammy nomination

Watsonville music teacher nominated for Grammy

Music lovers around the country will tune in for the 57th Annual Grammy Awards in…

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San Benito County News

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DEAR JON: Buses flashing red lights mean stop

Students are back at school and traffic safety is a hot topic, especially around…

Neighborhood watch groups on the rise in Hollister

Recent break-ins spur interest in Hollister Neighborhood Watch program

Residential break-ins are causing residents in one Central Coast city to promote new…

New rules outlined to manage Measure J outcome

San Benito County pushes new rules ahead of Measure J ballot measure

Trying to protect taxpayers by preventing lawsuits.  It's the next step in the…

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DEAR JON: E-cigarettes still largely allowed

They’re fast becoming one of the biggest public health concerns,…

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Santa Clara County News

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DEAR JON: Buses flashing red lights mean stop

Students are back at school and traffic safety is a hot topic, especially around…

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Santa Clara County prosecutors dismissing murder charges in 1989 cold case

Santa Clara County prosecutors are moving to dismiss homicide charges filed earlier…

Santa Clara deputies make arrest in burned body case

Man arrested in connection with burned body found near Morgan Hill

A 21-year-old man was arrested on murder charges in connection with the death of a…

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CHP honors 100-year-old volunteer from Carmel Valley

Carmel Valley centenarian is state's oldest California Highway Patrol volunteer

At 100, Homer Bosserman Jr. of the Carmel Valley is the state's oldest California…

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Watsonville teacher is a semifinalist for Grammy's music educator award

A Watsonville teacher has been named a semifinalist for the 2015 Grammy Music…

Winner claims $400,000 winning lottery ticket sold in Monterey

A winning Daily Derby ticket sold last month in Monterey has been claimed, state…

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On This Day

  • On this day: October 2

    Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall

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    Charles Darwin returns home, Gandhi is born, "Peanuts" is published for the first time, Thurgood Marshall becomes the first black justice on the Supreme Court, and the Beltway sniper attacks begin, all on this day.

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