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Food distribution giant Sysco has been ordered to pay nearly $20m in restitution for keeping perishable food in unrefrigerated storage.
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.
During the summer months, on average, about two fewer donors give blood at each Red Cross blood drive than what is needed to meet the needs of patients.
HIT >> Yes, the rules surrounding low-flying, unmanned drones have been tricky to craft - you don't want every Tom, Dick and Harry experimenting with aerial drones over the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary.
MOSS LANDING Investigators are still trying to the figure out the events that led up a crash on Highway 1 that left two Santa Cruz County teenage girls dead.
There is plenty of open parking space on the street where we live. Unfortunately, both next door neighbors have a gazillion cars and squeeze us out of parking in front of our home.
Lisa Kolbeck with some of her charges in her Little School, which she's been running in Live Oak for 26 years.
The Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk's Camp Out for Cancer, Sept. 5 and 6, will accept registrations until Aug. 22. Registration includes a $25 donation to the society, overnight camping on the boardwalk, a concert with the Sun Kings, free play in the arcades, an all-day rides wristband, a T-shirt, bracelet and two meals.
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.
Shane Golobic races in his first Ocean Sprints Taco Bravo feature victory of the season at Ocean Speedway on Friday.
Visitors watch a demonstration of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute's Ventana remote operated vehicle during an open house event in Moss Landing on Saturday.
An osprey prepares to lift off of a branch from a tree in Harkins Slough in Watsonville on Tuesday.
MOSS LANDING >> Investigators are still trying to the figure out the events that led up a crash on Highway 1 that left two Santa Cruz County teenage girls dead.
Navindra Jain, 63, awaits sentencing during his hearing for misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter at the Santa Cruz County Courthouse on Friday afternoon.
It is nearly 2,200 miles from the home of El Nopal in neighboring Mexico to Santa Cruz County.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 03:32 am
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