A judge issued a split ruling in the ongoing legal battle over a proposed 32-unit housing development at the site
UCSC-bred businesses are already growing—and hiring—in town
The mayor is all-in on a program she calls "Health in All Policies"
Town Green project back on hold as city grapples with growth
Community groups are raising wages to help workers survive, but at what cost?
Video games get a redesign for health, education and social impact
UCSC researchers decode genetic privacy
How large internet providers and developers squeeze out smaller competitors—and what might change
Local internet provider launches super-fast internet for select customers
Is the California Environmental Quality Act an unfair tool for anti-development activists, or a developer scapegoat?
The county is behind on its goals—but so is most of the state
Inaugural NEST Flight conference will promote hiring diversity and local talent