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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…


Seaside POA files official harassment complaint against police chief

An official claim of workplace violence and harassment is being filed against Seaside's top cop.

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Dear Jon: Wet winter? It’s a toss up

We need water, that's an understatement. Several dry years in row and you’d think we’re due for a ‘gully washer.’ Russ messaged me on Facebook and asked, “Dear Jon, Is the coming El Nino going to be as strong as the 82-83 season?”

Salinas police release security video

Salinas police reveal video of brutal attack during mini-mart homicide

A savage killing that's shaken the community.  That's what police are calling an attempted armed robbery that's turned into a homicide investigation.

Amber Alert canceled for 4-year-old boy in California

An Amber Alert has been canceled out of Bishop, Calif. for a four-year-old boy.

How much water is left

CA reservoirs only half full compared to last year in August

Every week U.S. forecasters update the national drought monitor, but with no rain in the forecast, California has stayed in the red for a while, making this an exceptional drought.


Seaside community fed up with graffiti

Graffiti, tagging, urban artwork--whatever you want to call it, the City of Seaside wants to put a stop to it.


Huge recall of Chicken Caesar salad kits

The USDA is reporting that APPA Fine Foods of Corona is recalling approximately 92,657 pounds of fully cooked chicken Caesar salad kit products due to concerns about possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. This illness primarily affects older adults and persons with weakened immune systems.


Restaurants propose outside seating in Monterey

Would you like to see more outside dining in Monterey?  The city is surveying downtown restaurants to see if it's something they want.  On Thursday a committee continued its review of requests from restaurants for outdoor seating. 


Memorial wall at Seacliff State Beach to be torn down

A stone wall along Seacliff Beach has become a place for expressions of love- and memories of those who have passed. Everyday beach goers walk by and remember loved ones.

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