Mural and plaque honor the original Santa Cruz O’Neill surf shop
his Feb. 14, a global uprising and local event take aim at violence against women
As American farmers age, the nationwide push to fill their shoes grows. Locally, the 33rd annual EcoFarm conference hopes to plant the...
In celebrating Roe v. Wade’s 40th anniversary, pro-choice Cruzans look to the continuing fight for reproductive rights ahead
With another year of debate and developments behind us—including the fact that desalination will now, ultimately, be up to the voters—what’s really...
For its supporters, Proposition 37’s failure does not signal the end for the GMO labeling movement
How William Ow transformed a colossal chewing gum factory into a promising center for local business
The Coldwater Classic makes waves in Santa Cruz
State & National, Santa Cruz, Watsonville, Capitola, Fifth District, Local Measures, State Propositions
Gov. Jerry Brown visits UCSC to urge a yes vote on Proposition 30
A hike through Nisene Marks with the history dude
Cancer benefit for Surf City legend
Original surf shop established as California Point of Historic Interest
A deeper look inside some of the lesser-known aftereffects of the local Occupy Movement.
Meet six local female change-makers whose stories inspire
A conversation with queer author, activist and filmmaker Eric Stanley
SmartMeter drama leads PG&E to shut off residents’ power
When it comes to regional water planning, where is the
Planned Parenthood celebrates 40 years in Santa Cruz
Some unhappy SmartMeter recipients take matters into their own hands
Cabrillo President Brian King and UC Santa Cruz Chancellor George Blumenthal weigh in on the state of public higher education in California
Advocates continue to fight for the cause behind California’s vetoed breast cancer detection bill
Blue Light Safety Project offers shelter but raises questions
A conversation with Ingrid Newkirk, president and co-founder of PETA
The shift toward BPA-free receipt paper continues
Santa Cruz County Homeless Census and Survey reports growing numbers
Local production company uses new journalism to reveal ‘IceWars’ over riches beneath melting Arctic sea
Climate change is happening—how prepared is Santa Cruz to deal with the impacts?
What would happen to public radio without federal funding?
Police arrest suspect in 2008 Kind Grind sexual assault and robbery