Watsonville’s new minimum-security rehabilitation facility aids workforce re-entry
Protest, public sleepout planned for Nov. 15.
A U.S. Senate showdown between Dianne Feinstein and Kevin de León tops the ballot
Meet the chef behind local cannabis food company Cosmo D’s Outrageous Edibles.
The first time I met David Brissenden, I only knew him by reputation. And that reputation was the Man Who Had Gotten...
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.
A proposed change in ownership raises anxiety about jobs and medical access
After a crackdown on unlicensed e-scooters, startup says it will work with city
A redwood enclave sees new growth downtown
Electric scooter startup Bird makes local debut without telling city officials
A battle brews over Measure M and a vision for Santa Cruz
Could Ville FC change the game for South County talent?
Online competition and a generational divide hit the furniture business
A fishing boat ran aground early Sunday, spurring a scramble to contain leaks
After prohibition, Santa Cruz sees increase in adults seeking medicinal over recreational products
City will miss self-imposed Aug. 14 deadline for decision on Harvey West encampment
A Q&A with the co-author of a new report that looks beyond the poverty line
Law enforcement awaits state guidance on measuring impairment
Win tickets to an upcoming performance of 'Romeo and Juliet' at the Grove at DeLaveaga Park
Tired of Silicon Valley, Keri Waters made a career starting companies tailored to life in her adopted hometown
Community Power Festival will showcase expanding clean energy options
How the beverage industry undermined a local soda tax, and others like it, for the next 12 years
Increasing incidents illustrate how the ecosystem is changing off local shores
While Santa Cruz’s bike share program thrives, other cities take the sharing economy to next level
What Santa Clara County’s election to recall the Stanford swimmer judge could mean for victims and for the judiciary