The city’s RV parking concerns is a symptom of larger issues: homlessness and poverty in Santa Cruz
Starting Nov. 1, landlords can take tenants to small claims court for outstanding rent payments
The unprecedented on-campus ‘gang-involved’ murder has ignited a call to upgrade safety measures in PVUSD schools
Abortion arrives at the center of the American political maelstrom
Both consumers and suppliers hurt by the rising price of meat
Regulators need more time to collect and review all the necessary data before coronavirus booster shots are officially recommended
Santa Cruz County received a $1 million grant to Salud Para La Gente from the Health Resources and Services Administration
Santa Cruz County District Attorney Jeff Rosell announces that no criminal charges will be filed against county sheriff deputies for shooting a...
After a year-long hiatus, the Santa Cruz County Fair returns
Career-focused Watsonville school wins national award
Charlie Hong Kong treats local farmworkers to lunch
LIVE OAK—A 17-year-old Aptos High School student died Tuesday after he was stabbed multiple times, and two other students—14 and 17—are facing...
Coastal Commission and local governments tangle in regulations
Santa Cruz is the first California city to remove all bells from public property
Programs that make outdoor dining possible will extend into next year in Santa Cruz and Capitola, thanks to a vote by the...
Huge numbers of migrating birds are attracted to the area’s diverse habitat
The fifth annual Santa Cruz Ride Out goes off the rails
By November, the Cabrillo Governing Board plans to close name-change discussions
Delving into the Watsonville policing committee’s recent report reveals concerns
SCCAS long-awaited renovation includes the addition of a “community cat room”
Two Santa Cruz County communities struggle to find new police chiefs
Scotts Valley residents concerned about losing their sole urgent care facility
Fishermen urge more attention to sustainability in local waters
SLV businesses temporarily close, promoters want proof of vaccination
Health officials are warning of a possible outbreak of fentanyl-laced narcotics hitting the streets.
Despite the promise of increased assistance, roadblocks remain
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...
Education officials put together a model vaccination campaign for teachers and other staff