Golden State Warriors star shoots for local rebound from injury
How the Homeless Services Center and five other nonprofits are making a difference
'Book of Joy' event promises Desmond Tutu and the Dalai Lama via video
Is the California Environmental Quality Act an unfair tool for anti-development activists, or a developer scapegoat?
Nonprofit Santa Cruz County CERT teaches safety while building community
In leaving the Museum of Art and History, Simon aims to serve as an ambassador to a new movement
What a far-left wing majority means for rent control and the city's trajectory
One year into her role as CEO, local nonprofit veteran leads the way on impact funding
Announcing $1.6 million agreement, city hopes to move forward and work on mental health issues
Unified Corridor Study opens questions on the future of trails, rails, buses, and highways
Watsonville’s new minimum-security rehabilitation facility aids workforce re-entry
Rent control, housing bond both poised to fall well short of passing
Protest, public sleepout planned for Nov. 15.
March from Watsonville to Santa Cruz will highlight veteran mental health
Wins, losses and too-close-to-call Nov. 6 races in Santa Cruz County
Former rising star in Santa Cruz Democratic politics has made his name representing Trump family and shutting down Gawker
New book chronicles Central Coast natural disasters
The student standby is still closed 7 weeks later, even though the neighboring Red Restaurant and Red Room reopened in early October
The Golden State Warriors' farm team prepares for a Nov. 7 home opener
A U.S. Senate showdown between Dianne Feinstein and Kevin de León tops the ballot
As San Jose Bishop names names, some fear known abusers left out
Former California High-Speed Rail Authority employee loves Santa Cruz’s passion
A race that used to go unnoticed has attracted challengers for the third straight election cycle
An analysis of the dozen local initiatives on November ballots
Rent control takes center stage at Santa Cruz Affordable Housing Week
A look at supervisorial races and city council candidates in Santa Cruz, Scotts Valley, Capitola and Watsonville.
Professor Chris Benner studies inequality amid a tech boom
Live Oak and the lower Westside have become too expensive for working class families, new research shows.
After 10 months of leading the paper, Kara Meyberg Guzman moves on
Looking back on a decade of dining, and ahead to this year’s menus