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January 24, 2021

Cabrillo presents ‘Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992’

On March 3, 1991 a young African American man by the name of Rodney King was caught after a high-speed police chase in Los Angeles. Police officers then pulled him from his car and beat him, while a man named George Holliday caught it all on film.

Metro lobbies for funding

Santa Cruz Metro's Chairman of the Board Jimmy Dutra, along with some of his fellow colleagues, recently visited Washington D.C. to lobby the current administration's Department of Transportation.

Suspects ditch stolen car

Watsonville Police Sgt. Mish Radich works with Master Officer Burt Iles, K-9 officer Rocky and California Highway Patrol officer Robert Padilla Tuesday in searching for four men that reportedly fled from officers on foot.

Community briefs, April 11

Community briefs, April 11

Great white shark washes in

A young great white shark died after it washed ashore Friday at Pleasure Point in Capitola.

Local students, future explorers

One year after taking top honors in an engineering competition designed to train aspiring space explorers, the Cabrillo College Robotics Club is returning to the arena.

Swedish acoustic trio to play in Aptos

The Celtic Society of the Monterey Bay and the Community Music School are co-promoting a performance by the acclaimed Swedish acoustic trio Väsen. They will perform on Monday at 7:30 p.m. at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 125 Canterbury Drive in Aptos.

Numerous services at risk

When Vice President Mike Pence cast a tie-breaking vote in the Senate on March 30, he helped overturn an Obama-era rule that forbade states from denying grants to organizations such as Planned Parenthood.

Reel Work Film Festival hits year 16

The 16th annual Reel Work May Day Labor Film Festival will kick off Saturday and run through May 1. The films and discussions take place at multiple venues spanning Santa Cruz, Santa Clara and Monterey counties.

Strawberry season takes hold

Field workers start in on a harvest of fresh strawberries for the California Giant label on a farm off of Lee Road.
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Mass vaccination site coming to County Fairgrounds

A mass vaccination site with the capacity to administer 1,000 injections per day will open at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds in Watsonville next...