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CIG Insurance Community Safety Saturday: Sept. 6, 2014

CIG Insurance Community Safety Saturday™ is a free, family and community event that offers information and education about how to improve the safety and security of children, teens, families and communities. This important event, first developed by Capital Insurance Group (CIG), was born out of the concern to keep…

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Public Works: Multiple road work projects in Santa Cruz County next week

A number of road work projects are planned for next week in Santa Cruz County.

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John Steinbeck Library in Salinas to be closed for maintenance Sept. 2-3

The John Steinbeck Library in Salinas will be closed on Tuesday, Sept. 2 and Wednesday, Sept. 3 for maintenance, library officials said. Further details weren't immediately available.

Convicted sex offender leads Monterey County Sheriff's deputies on chase

A convicted sex offender wanted by Torrance police led officers from multiple agencies on a chase through southern Monterey County early Friday morning.

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Scotts Valley police investigating indecent exposure near middle school

Scotts Valley police officers are investigating an indecent exposure incident that occurred Thursday evening.

Car fire sparks grass fire along Highway 152

Update: 'Casa Fire' at Highway 152 east of Gilroy now 60 percent contained

UPDATE Friday, Aug. 29: As of 11:30 a.m., the fire is 60 percent contained.

Nurses picket at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital

Registered nurses at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital picket Thursday

Registered nurses at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital plan to picket outside the hospital Thursday afternoon.

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Homicide investigation continues after burning body found near Morgan Hill

The Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office is investigating a homicide near Morgan Hill.

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Watsonville native wins National Institutes of Health scholarship

A Watsonville native has been awarded a prestigious National Institutes of Health scholarship.

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$400,000 winning Daily Derby lottery ticket sold in Monterey

A nearly $400,000 lottery ticket was purchased in Monterey this week, according to state lottery officials.

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John Steinbeck Library in Salinas to be closed for maintenance Sept. 2-3

The John Steinbeck Library in Salinas will be closed on Tuesday, Sept. 2 and…

Convicted sex offender leads Monterey County Sheriff's deputies on chase

A convicted sex offender wanted by Torrance police led officers from multiple…

Nurses picket at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital

Registered nurses at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital picket Thursday

Registered nurses at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital plan to picket outside the…

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$400,000 winning Daily Derby lottery ticket sold in Monterey

A nearly $400,000 lottery ticket was purchased in Monterey this week, according to…

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Blood donations needed in Monterey County

Blood donations are needed on the Monterey Peninsula.

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Public Works: Multiple road work projects in Santa Cruz County next week

A number of road work projects are planned for next week in Santa Cruz County.

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Scotts Valley police investigating indecent exposure near middle school

Scotts Valley police officers are investigating an indecent exposure incident that…

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Watsonville native wins National Institutes of Health scholarship

A Watsonville native has been awarded a prestigious National Institutes of Health…

New youth football league gets state of the art gear

New tri-county youth football league focuses on safety first

A new youth football league based in Watsonville says it's putting safety first.

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Car fire sparks grass fire along Highway 152

Update: 'Casa Fire' at Highway 152 east of Gilroy now 60 percent contained

UPDATE Friday, Aug. 29: As of 11:30 a.m., the fire is 60 percent contained.

New youth football league gets state of the art gear

New tri-county youth football league focuses on safety first

A new youth football league based in Watsonville says it's putting safety first.

Hollister Police Chief: Search for Jose Barajas remains #1 priority

More than three weeks after 19-year-old Ariana Zendejas was killed, Hollister…

Expert on nearby earthquake faultlines

Local geology expert weighs in on Bay Area quake

The San Andreas Fault is the largest fault in the state of California- and it…

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Santa Clara County News

Car fire sparks grass fire along Highway 152

Update: 'Casa Fire' at Highway 152 east of Gilroy now 60 percent contained

UPDATE Friday, Aug. 29: As of 11:30 a.m., the fire is 60 percent contained.

Oak Glen Avenue in Morgan Hill area

Homicide investigation continues after burning body found near Morgan Hill

The Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office is investigating a homicide near Morgan Hill.

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Stalking suspect leads authorities on pursuit through Gilroy, Morgan Hill

Gilroy police said a Los Banos resident led them on a pursuit through unincorporated…

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Morgan Hill police arrest 19-year-old suspected of assaulting 14-year-old girl

Morgan Hill police arrested a 19-year-old man accused of sexually assaulting a 14…

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Watsonville native wins National Institutes of Health scholarship

A Watsonville native has been awarded a prestigious National Institutes of Health…

New youth football league gets state of the art gear

New tri-county youth football league focuses on safety first

A new youth football league based in Watsonville says it's putting safety first.

Salinas rodeo

California Rodeo Association provides nonprofits with $220,000

The California Rodeo Association presented nonprofit organizations with more than…

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On This Day

  • On this day: August 29

    Michael Jackson in Brunei

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    American troops march through a liberated Paris, the King of Pop is born, The Beatles perform their last concert before paying fans, and Hurricane Katrina hits the Gulf Coast, all on this day.

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