Memorial starting for Maddy

UPDATE: Police believe the body of Maddy Middleton was found

UDPATE 7/27/15 9:55p.m.: Santa Cruz Police Chief Kevin Vogel says officers have found a body and believe it to be that of 8-year-old Madyson Middleton.  The chief is also confirming that an arrest has been made.

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Rabies warning in Monterey County

UPDATE: Cat tests positive for bat rabies in Monterey

A rabid cat recently reported in Monterey tested positive for bat rabies this week, according to the Monterey County Health Department.

Home Away From Home Pet Spa catches fire killing several pets

Monterey pet spa catches fire, 15 dogs died, firefighters said

Home Away From Home, a pet spa in Monterey, caught fire Sunday afternoon killing 15 dogs, firefighters said.

Salinas Animal Services reducing fees for scared and lost pets in July

To encourage owners to reclaim their pets, Salinas Animal Services will be reducing and waiving fees July 1st through July 11th.

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Rabid bat found in Santa Cruz

The  Public Health Department says the Santa Cruz Animal Shelter brought in a bat that tested positive for rabies last Thursday.

Dog walkers meet K-9 Ellex

Dog walkers meet Watsonville Police K-9 Ellex

Police dogs are proving to be more than "man's best friend" in Watsonville.

Making a Difference Peace of Mind Dog Rescue

Making a Difference: Peace of Mind Dog Rescue

Each year millions of pets are euthanized because their owners can no longer care for them. In some cases it's because those animals are considered too old for adoption. But one local organization is hoping to change that.

Watsonville dog recovering after being thrown out of a car

Abused Watsonville dog adopted, reward for information stands at $25,000

The reward for information leading to an arrest in the Watsonville case of animal abuse jumped from $6,000 to $25,000 with help from an anonymous donor.

Making a Difference Hope Center

Making a Difference: Hope Center

Hunger is a harsh reality for many families living on the central coast. According to Hope Center Monterey, one in five people will require help getting food at some point in their lives. That's the reason people young and old, volunteer to help.

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