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Sheriff: Furniture store a front for big marijuana grow in Gilroy

UPDATE: There's more than meets the eye behind one local storefront in Gilroy, as police uncover a marijuana operation behind closed doors. Investigators are linking two cases together and they said the street value is over $2 million.

Downtown Gilroy businesses said the furniture shop at Monterey Road and Fifth Street always seemed suspicious because it didn't have any employees, business hours…

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E-cig shops say state regulation could backfire

Health concerns over e-cigarettes are gaining steam. Based on new research, California lawmakers are looking at regulating them just like cigarettes.

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School vaccination danger lists

The state is warning several central coast schools that they are the most vulnerable for outbreaks or vaccine-preventable diseases.

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Dear Jon Update: E-cigarettes still largely allowed

They’re fast becoming one of the biggest public health concerns, electronic-cigarettes. As more and more people take up using this tobacco alternative, some cities are pushing back. So where can you use e-cigarettes? At least two cities here on the Central Coast say "not in our public places."

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Change in Carmel parking meter enforcement hours

The new parking meters on Ocean Avenue have caused a stir among businesses since they were installed in December.

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State warns: stay away from E-cigarettes

As a new Senate bill circulates on banning E-cigarettes in many public places, the state’s health officer is sending a warning Wednesday to avoid the use of the devices.

 

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Schools and measles threat on the Central Coast

 With the continuing measles outbreak in California, schools on the Central Coast are being extra vigilant.

National homeless census count underway in the Central Coast

While you were sleeping, dozens of volunteers were taking part in the homeless census in San Benito County. It's part of a nationwide effort to count the actual number of homeless in our communities.
At least eight teams hit the streets of San Benito County, looking in trailers and tents, behind closed down buildings and out in the fields for homeless people.
"Every community has homeless,"…

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