Planned Parenthood, the Pence Amendment, and pro-life prayers
Why La Bahia Hotel is a good idea and how Santa Cruz could greatly benefit from it.
Desalination is in the spotlight, but whatever happened to a regional water exchange?
GT tags along on the 2011 Homeless Census and learns how Santa Cruz takes an imperfect science and does one of the...
In 2005, the club Students Against War led hundreds of UC Santa Cruz demonstrators in successfully ousting military recruiters from the school’s...
Measure H promises to maintain public safety funding with an increased utility tax. Is there a catch?
Santa Cruz nonprofit The Clean Oceans Project has big hopes for cleaning up trash from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch
This month’s special election will bring an end to the tumultuous race for the 15th Senate District seat
UCSC dissolves its 30-year-old Rape Prevention Education center
Inside the Community Assessment Project, what it means for locals and why it is important for Santa Cruz County
A proposed Santa Cruz County Rodeo has some saddling up, and others up in arms
Local nonprofit MAPS makes history with hit conference on psychedelic science
An inside look at the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary’s plans for a new Exploration Center and what it can mean for...
At 30, Camouflage still educates—and titillates
Controversial local website keeps tabs on stabbings
How to break the addiction to always using cars and embrace the wild array of sustainable transportation options right in front of...
Five UC Santa Cruz innovators break the creative mold with projects destined to make a positive difference
A 91-year-old Capitola woman has walked more than 12,000 miles in the Senior Mall Walk program
Santa Cruz weighs in on the smoking ban
Farmer of the Year talks about the history of Watsonville, agriculture, her family and more
‘Green’ diaper company wants to keep things clean
According to its advocates, PRT is not futuristic – it is here and it is now.
All eyes await the fate of UCSC’s Community Studies Program
A glimpse of life outdoors in Santa Cruz
Why a handful of Santa Cruz religious leaders are keeping the wedding bells ringing
With negotiations stalled at 13 months and counting, union activists are seeking out officials for public face time
Pacific Collegiate and Santa Cruz City Schools have stalled in negotiations about where to put the students
Students and faculty of California universities have grave concerns about the administration’s attitude about their rights
Survivors Healing Center expands its services
The 'What-the-Bleeper' shows the amazing union between water and thought