SANTA CRUZ -- A one-acre fire burning near Highway 17 and Hutchinson Road in Zayante in Santa Cruz County was 75 percent contained, according to Cal Fire at 6:16 p.m. on Saturday.Access to what they are calling the "Rock Fire" has been difficult, crews said, because it is burning in an oak and pine forest. Cal Fire initiated an air attack including a helicopter and air tankers.Firefighters say that three structures were threatened and the fire had a moderate rate of spread.Cal Fire estimates that crews will on scene for four to six hours -- well into Saturday evening.The cause of the fire is under investigation.
A sideshow in Monterey County's Las Palmas neighborhood resulted in multiple arrests related to battery and a vehicle chase that went through south Monterey County. The post Two arrested in connection to sideshow that led to battery and vehicle pursuit appeared first on KION546.
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Two Bay Area cities are among 10 regions throughout California to receive $17 million in Family Homelessness Challenge Grant funds with the goal of reducing family homelessness in the Golden State. Oakland and Livermore are the two Bay Area cities to join 10 California communities in receiving the funds, the...
There is no better time for an epic California road trip! Whether you're heading south from San Francisco or north from Los Angeles, a classic and spectacular route awaits along the Pacific Coast’s Highway One, through beautiful Monterey County. One hundred and twenty-nine miles (207 km) of Highway One, from Monterey through Big Sur and down to San Luis Obispo, has been declared an All-American Road by the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Scenic Byways Program and a State Scenic Highway by the State of California. The scenery simply can't be beat!
Sara Rubin here, feeling inspired because people like Yuliana Barrón-Perez are feeling emboldened to find their way to positions of authority in this country that they deserve, even if there are signals everywhere, explicit and subtle, telling them that they don’t. Barrón-Perez graduated from Salinas High School six...
Sacramento’s Justyn Cox earned his first-career Ocean Sprints presented by Taco Bravo win at Ocean Speedway in Watsonville, Calif., winning Friday’s action in his first appearance at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds quarter-mile this year. Cox overcame several challengers including Concord’s Joey Ancona to get the win.
Santa Cruz resident Bonnie Dunn, 76, was one of dozens of seniors forced to move out of the Oceana Inn in Santa Cruz on Friday. She said she did not know where she would sleep that night. (Kara Meyberg Guzman — Santa Cruz Local) SANTA CRUZ >> About 40...
PACIFIC GROVE, Calif. — Beaches in Pacific Grove reopened Saturday days after a swimmer was bitten bya great white shark in the water off Lovers Point. Following the attack, beaches at Lovers Point and the Sea Palm turnout were closed in accordance with state parks protocol. "While you may...
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