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Seaside Shooting Wednesday, April 16

Second shooting in Seaside neighborhood in less than 24 hours

Seaside police said a 20-year-old man, who was shot near a park at San Pablo Avenue and Noche Buena Street Wednesday evening and airlifted to a Bay Area trauma center, is in stable condition.

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Woman taken to hospital after being hit by car

A woman was taken to Dominican Hospital then flown to a Bay Area trauma center with minor injuries after she was hit by a car Wednesday night.

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FBI arrest one in early-morning raid at Pleasure Point home

Residents of the Pleasure Point area were awakened Wednesday morning by the sound of FBI agents deploying "flash bang" grenades.

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Salinas woman pleads no contest to molestation charges for sex with teen boy

A Salinas woman accused of sexually abusing a teenage boy pleaded no contest Wednesday to four counts of committing lewd acts and one count of unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor.

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Knife found in enchilada at California airport

A woman is facing a possible fine after federal officials say they found a knife inside an enchilada in her bag during security screening at a Northern California airport.

New website seeks citizen help in California condor research

A new project out of UC Santa Cruz seeks the public's help in their studies of the endangered California condor.

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Beach advisory posted for Monterey Municipal Beach

Monterey Municipal Beach has been posted with an advisory due to high indicator bacteria found in samples taken Tuesday.

Dear Jon Boronda Meadows traffic

Dear Jon: Student safety questioned on nearby streets in Salinas

Traffic around schools is strictly enforced, but in some cases the measures taken may not be enough. Monica from Salinas sent me an email and asked, “Dear Jon, why are there no school zone signs posted near Boronda Meadows Elementary on North Davis Road, nor a crossing guard? Parents want answers!”

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