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Gretchen Rubio-Lopez, 1, reacts to a vaccination shot given to her by medical assistant Vanessa Munoz as she is held by her mother, Veronica Rubio, at the Salud Para La Gente Health Clinic in Watsonville.
SALINAS >> There are thousands of Native American people, and evidence of their lives, buried in Assemblyman Luis Alejo's district.
This is an interfaith vigil for all the children being detained at the border in response to the recent crisis and U.S. government response.
The former getaway for Hollywood's jet set has fallen on hard times under former owner Sanjiv Kakkar, whose tenure was beset by state and federal charges, code violations, a damaging fire and even and the 2009 accidental death of 35-year-old Robin Carlson, who fell in a construction hole.
After hearing a presentation Tuesday about district elections, the Santa Barbara City Council voted to hire a consultant to investigate the issue further.
Mackenzie Fullmer is hosting a brew night this Friday at her Second Street Cafe in downtown Watsonville, featuring beers and brewers from Seabright Brewery.
WATSONVILLE >> A Watsonville man suspected of domestic violence was arrested Tuesday morning on the roof of a Madison Street garage after a brief car and foot chase.
Right in the field and in catered dishes, 10 food bloggers got up close and personal with strawberry flavors and saw some of the challenges growers face in a tour hosted by the California Strawberry Commission.
SANTA CRUZ >> A 37-year-old Watsonville man was sentenced to 13 years in state prison Monday after pleading guilty to burglary and two counts of robbery.
Before they could even cut the opening ribbon, the first infraction was whistled at a finished Levi's Stadium, only this penalty was called by the Santa Clara Police Department.
Magaly Rua, 6, right, makes a bracelet using plastic beads with her younger sister Cynthia Rua, 5, center, at the 'Girl Scouts on the Go!' tent at the Watsonville Farmers Market at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds on Sunday.
Watsonville police are seeking a suspect in the shooting, first reported as shots fired near 145 Sixth St. shortly after 6 p.m. Witnesses pointed out details of the shooting scene and the targeted 23-year-old male victim.
A dancer makes her way under a series of colorful lanterns as she circles through the Watsonville Buddhist Temple on Sunday afternoon during the annual Obon Festival.
Shortly before noon Saturday, police were dispatched to a residence in the 300 block of Palm Avenue on a report of a suspicious item, possibly a hand grenade, police said.
At about 11:25 p.m., officers received a report of a shooting near the Crossroads Shopping Center located in the 1900 block of Main Street, police said.
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Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 08:28 pm
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