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A 48-year-old admitted bank robber due to be sentenced to seven years in prison took a time out Thursday.
Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Office today released photos and details of two outstanding suspects.
Watsonville encouraged Pinto Lake anglers to fish out carp which are contributing to the toxic algae problem.
A surveillance camera shows an isolation cell at the Santa Cruz County Juvenile Hall, which has been credited with dramatically reducing the amount of time juveniles spend in solitary confinement.
Santa Cruz County sheriff's officials are warning residents to be on the lookout for a suspect and car in connection with a recent string of burglaries in the Summit area of the county.
Homeless United for Friendship and Freedom met on April 16 with a homeless couple who had their adorable daughter, 8-month old Baby I, removed from them by the Santa Cruz County Child Protective Services, and placed in foster care.
Tenaya Greeninger, 14, stands overlooking Seacliff Beach in Aptos on Monday afternoon.
There's something of an incongruity with raising taxes in a city where unemployment is high and incomes relatively low.
Where can you find the sweet sound of crashing waves, beautiful sandy beaches, tons of candy filled eggs and the Easter Bunny? The Capitola Village Easter Egg Hunt on the Beach, of course! Bring the kids out for a memorable time and some great photo opportunities on April 19. The Easter Bunny will be there and children 12 and younger can hunt for ... (more)
Santa Cruz County Employees Credit Union has taken the first steps to merge into Bay Federal Credit Union, pending regulatory approval and a vote by Santa Cruz County Employees Credit Union's 2,590 members.
Two homes were burglarized in the Summit area of the Santa Cruz Mountains on Friday, and Santa Cruz County sheriff's deputies this week described a man suspected in the heists.
Chad Mitcham peers around the courtroom Tuesday when 19 charges were upheld against him including assault and burglary dating from New Year's Day when he broke into a neighbor's coach at Blue Pacific Mobile Home Park of Aptos.
A shopper loads up her car trunk with her plastic-bagged groceries from Nob Hill Foods in Scotts Valley where the City Council will debate whether to ban single-use plastic bags.
Michelle Rachleff, left, and her mentee, Claire Howell, are neighbors who got to know each other through the Big Sister, Little Sister program.
Hit >> Getting more people out on the San Lorenzo River can only boost efforts to protect it, which is why events like Saturday's recreational paddle are critical.
Move To Amend Santa Cruz , activists seeking a constitutional amendment to upseat powerful, wealthy corporate influence, is presenting today to the Santa Cruz County Elections Office the signatures needed to qualify its cause for a November ballot measure.