19 min ago | NBC Bay Area
This is the store that sold the ticket that got 5 of 5 numbers, but missed the 6th Powerball No.
4 hrs ago | NBC Bay Area
Gabriel Mcclelland said he was walking by city hall at 10:15 a.m. Sunday morning when he stopped and noticed a falcon on the ground.
8 hrs ago | Santa Cruz Sentinel
A large fight in the area of Leibrandt Avenue and Raymond Street was reported around 5:45 p.m. Saturday, according to dispatchers.
8 hrs ago | Santa Cruz Sentinel
Cabrillo College will host presidential candidate forums on Wednesday ﻿and Thursday ﻿at the Cabrillo College Watsonville Center, 318 Union St., and at the Aptos campus, 6500 Soquel Drive: Wednesday, Watsonville Center, Room A150: Farley Herzek, 10-10:30 a.m.; Marie-Elaine Burns, 10:45--11:15 a.m. Wednesday, Aptos Campus, Samper ... (more)
10 hrs ago | Santa Cruz Sentinel
Students and parents from four different counties crowded in the lobby of UC Santa Cruz's Cowell College Saturday afternoon to watch middle school kids from Discovery Charter School demonstrate 3-D printing.
15 hrs ago | KION 46
SANTA CRUZ, Calif.- Central Coast News crews saw Santa Cruz police start to join a chase and the suspect car crash on Mission St.
Jon Reno St. James, who operated the Party Bus of Santa Cruz, appeared in Santa Clara County Superior Court on Friday to answer manslaughter charges related to the July 2012 death of a Santa Cruz woman who fell from a bus onto Highway 17.
Throughout my four years in Santa Cruz, I have rented four different houses. All have been old, inefficient, and owned by absentee landlords.
And, in a related question, is our county's attitude toward criminal behavior and our local justice system part of the problem? Based on two special reports in the Sentinel -- the second was published today, Sunday, in print and also appears online -- the answers are mostly yes, but with a number of qualifiers.
Roller coaster enthusiasts ride upside-down on the Riddler's Revenge roller coaster at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Santa Clarita, Calif., in this April 1, 1998, file photo.
It might have taken Walter Mosley 34 years to discover his calling as a writer, but he's certainly made up for lost time.
As the Powerball jackpot grows to an estimated $600 million before Saturday night's drawing, Southern Californians are talking about the dream of owning the sole winning ticket.
Dominican Hospital is doing slightly better than the national average in treating Medicare patients with a heart attack, heart failure and pneumonia and avoiding a costly return to the emergency room.
Maxwell Matewere, a representitive of Eye of The Child, a grassroots organization based in Malawi, has come to the United States to work with, from left, Anya Barca-Hall, Kate Clandenen, Nicole LaPorte and Katherine Stewart.
Bring your favorite tea cup and wear your best "Garden Party" attire, and join us for afternoon tea.
Not a single member of the California Legislature earned an A from the tough graders at the University of California Student Association, who released their first-ever legislative report card at Wednesday's regents meeting.