The Central Coast lawmaker mulls one last run at a state soda tax
Alleging racially polarized elections, Santa Barbara law firm eyes possible settlement
Santa Cruz area residents caught in the gunfire at the Gilroy Garlic Festival face long recovery
Crime is down in Santa Cruz, but what about police oversight?
Monterey Bay Fisheries Trust schools foodies on seafood
After $700 fine, Donna Gardner hopes to get beehives back
Speaking under the shade of the Museum of Art and History’s rear wall, Martín Gómez made a plea for a new downtown...
State makes homeless navigation centers exempt from the CEQA
Santa Cruz County supervisors weigh changes to Syringe Services Program
Susan Pappas, of the True Olive Connection, breaks down what’s so special about her California Mission Oil
The story of a local politico who got caught up in the highest levels of Central American politics
While researching harassment complaints at the city of Santa Cruz, GT uncovered the circumstances of Mauro Garcia’s abrupt 2018 resignation
The singer-songwriter-opera-author plays the Rio on June 8
What KD’s thinking and why the Warriors lost the 2016 NBA Finals
‘It isn’t that I’m leaving Santa Cruz. I’m being pulled toward Boulder,’ Chip says.
As a judge orders closure of Ross homeless camp, debate continues about safety, funding and empathy
Garden Day and tours will show how Wilders ate 100 years ago
Anxiety, edibles and emergency room detox
Canadian researchers staying in Watsonville put careers on hold every year to study marine mammals
Sam Khanal doesn’t play favorites, but you’re likely to see him in Scotts Valley
Michelle Williams and her family have mixed feelings about leaving for Florida
What to expect when the Sea Dubs take on Rio Grande Valley on April 2
Experiments backed by activists and city officials getting first real tests
An emotional look at World War II codebreaker and math pioneer Alan Turing
San Lorenzo Valley residents call on leaders to walk the walk on improvements
Local entrepreneurs get into the permitting weeds to sell ‘special’ confections
Allegations of bullying, sexism and Trumpian tactics rattle the local political scene
City Council declines to declare new ‘emergency’ or reverse parking ban
As another camp closes, a trip on the bi-annual Homeless Census
Becky Luening remembers first getting to know fellow activist Sherry Conable in early 1990, when the two were planning an Earth Day...