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UPDATE: Woman shot in the leg in King City Saturday night

UPDATE 4/26/15: A woman was shot in the leg Saturday night in King City, according to the Monterey County Sheriff's Office. 

Carmel Valley fatal accident

Two fatal car accidents on the central coast Friday night

CHP and emergency crews were on the scene of two separate accidents Friday night.


Supreme Court rules on drug-sniffing dogs during traffic stops

Argos is one of four K-9 officers with the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office and his specialty is drugs.

Dear Jon building in Marina and water restrictions

Dear Jon: Can developers in Marina keep building under state water restrictions?

The continuing drought and the State Water Board's emergency water conservation regulations have many questioning the continued home building on the Central Coast. Bob from Marina asks, “Dear Jon, with all the water restrictions going in everywhere and some people not getting enough water. How can the City of Marina allow East Garrison and The Dunes to build homes?


Tainted raw milk lawsuit

A Santa Cruz man is suing Claravale Farm Company claiming he became ill after drinking raw milk.

A bill changing the work rules for undocumented ag workers moves through Assembly

Alejo’s Agricultural Workers Permit Act passes committee

A bill changing the work rules for undocumented agricultural workers moves through Assembly. AB 20 is sponsored by local lawmaker Luis Alejo and if passed, could have a big impact locally.

Cal Fire starting defensible space inspections

Cal Fire starting defensible space inspections

Ahead of what’s expected to be a busy fire season, Cal Fire is jumping into action. This week they’ve begun neighborhood outreach programs to teach residents about defensible space. The goal isn’t to embarrass neighbors, but to educate them. Firefighters show them what they’re doing right, and what they could work on – all tips that could save their home in a fire.

Dollar Tree

Dollar Tree Stores must pay $2.7 million in judgement

Dollar Tree Stores will now have to pay $2,72 million in civil penalties for unlawful disposal of hazardous materials at the 480 California locations.

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