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July 21, 2024

Suspect shoots at man in parked vehicle

A man was injured Saturday night after an unknown suspect shot at him while he was in his vehicle.

PHOTO: Our Lady of Fatima celebration

The Portuguese community gathered at St. Patrick's Church Sunday afternoon for the annual Our Lady of Fatima procession and Mass in Watsonville.

Elkhorn Slough researcher to receive national award

On Wednesday, Kerstin Wasson, Ph.D., Research Coordinator for the Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve, will receive the 2018 National Wetlands Award for Science Research, to be presented by the Environmental Law Institute in a ceremony at the U.S. Botanic Gardens in Washington, D.C.

'No Más Bebés' to make Watsonville premiere

The Emmy Award-nominated "No Más Bebés," is set to be screened Thursday at the Appleton Grill & Event Lounge, 410 Rodriguez St. in Watsonville, at 7 p.m.

Killer denied parole

A man who was 16 when he stabbed his landlord to death in May 1995 — and has been in Valley State Prison in Chowchilla since his conviction one year later — was denied parole during a hearing on Thursday.

No suspect found in home break in

Police prepare to rush into a home on the 100 block of Arista Lane Friday where a man reportedly broke into the occupied home.

Community briefs, May 4: Forum addresses equity and gender

Community briefs, May 4, 2018

Project increases recycled water supply

Pajaro Valley Water Management Agency celebrated the completion of a project Thursday that significantly increases the amount of recycled water used on crops throughout the area.

State parks’ advocates to fund school field trips

Friends of Santa Cruz State Parks on Tuesday announced the launch of Kids2Parks (K2P), a new program created to bring students from Title 1 schools on State Park field trips.

Popular muralist dies

Santa Cruz muralist James Aschbacher died on April 25.