Explosions, drugs and fire threat lead residents to speak out against neighboring homeless camp
Santa Cruz police arrested two men suspected of vandalizing a large Black Lives Matter mural in Santa Cruz on Saturday by making...
Steven Salyer, who has 14 years of leadership experience in hospitals throughout the U.S., started the position on July 6.
A group of high-ranking medical care providers and officials on Thursday gathered to get a single message out to the public.
Confessed killer of Rachel “Elias” Maisenheimer had multiple restraining order violations
Investigations also lead to calls for increased jail oversight, improved pesticide notifications
The Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved this fiscal year’s budget, a behemoth $932 million spending plan.
A federal judge on Tuesday lifted a preliminary injunction preventing the city of Santa Cruz from removing hundreds of homeless people from...
The FBI was at the Aptos home of a man with ties to New York attorney Rudy Giuliani for a “court-authorized law...
This “learning loss” has affected students in every age demographic, from elementary through high school.
Watsonville Fire Chief Rudy Lopez and his son, Watsonville Police Sgt. Rudy Lopez Jr. say they love working in the town in...
Santa Cruz County’s top fire official on Tuesday warned that, because of a lackluster rainy season, the ongoing drought and low reservoirs,...
Pajaro Valley Unified School District Trustees who miss meetings without providing notice will lose their monthly stipend under a set of new...
A search for a new career brought Bapcha Murty back to his childhood.
The Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a plan
Committee to Recall Georgia Acosta begins gathering signatures
Fire department restarts its youth academy
When and how in-person meetings will resume still to be determined
Cruzio cites poor condition of lines as AT&T phases out its DSL
Half of graduating class is Latinx
A 25-cent fee for disposable cups delayed until January 2022
A look into attendance among local officials and repercussions for poor records
Rules can take effect when city establishes at least 150 “safe sleeping sites”
Ordinance is modified version of rejected Temporary Outdoor Living Ordinance
Survey finds tourists are feeling better about planning vacations
Roberts' career earned an induction into the Bay Area Radio Hall of Fame
Fire officials have not determined a cause for the June 2020 fire
Report notes health, education challenges and more
Maddy's father says killer should have faced life in prison
Recall follows attempt to oust district superintendent in January