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Shots fired in two separate incidents

Police reported two separate shooting incidents within 15 minutes of each other early Tuesday.

Del Rio: Raiders need to get 'mojo' back

Coming off a lopsided loss to the Buffalo Bills, Oakland Raiders coach Jack Del Rio said his team needs to regain its energy and start playing aggressive football again starting with next Sunday night's game against the Miami Dolphins.

Man flown out with stab wounds

A man was injured Tuesday morning at what emergency dispatchers described as a stabbing at a home on the 100 block of Dizon Court.

Curry ends slump with 31, Warriors beat Knicks 112-105

Curry broke out of a shooting slump with 31 points and moved into the top 10 on the NBA's career 3-point list, and the Golden State Warriors bounced back from consecutive losses to beat the New York Knicks 112-105.

Lunch program in full swing

In a small courtyard at 521 Main St., as kids play, color and blow bubbles, a group of diligent volunteers sits behind a plastic table handing out free lunches to kids in need.

Arrest yields numerous guns, some from gun shop burglary

A Watsonville man was arrested Thursday after police found 30 guns at his residence, some thought to be from the Oct. 4 burglary at Markley's gun shop

Seven bold predictions heading into Super Bowl Sunday

The last five years I’ve written a column on the Super Bowl that has been more or less chalked full of bold predictions, hot takes and, of course, a Miss Cleo-like guess of who will win the actual game. I’m glad to say that I’ve outdone myself this year. Here are my seven predictions heading into Sunday’s meeting between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles:

Police seeking phone store robbers

Watsonville police are looking for four men they believe entered a store Friday night and stole more than $8,000 worth of electronic devices.

Drenching rain passes through

Heavy rain pelted the Central Coast Sunday and into early Monday.

PVPSA breaks ground on new facility

Sometime next summer, Pajaro Valley Prevention and Student Assistance hopes to open a new location that will allow the organization to expand its services in Watsonville.

Motorcyclist dies in Highway 129 crash

A Hollister man died Sunday evening in a two-vehicle crash on Highway 129. California Highway Patrol officer Israel Murillo said emergency crews were dispatched to...