Joe Williams on the District 20 election
Even with Section 8 vouchers, Santa Cruz’s poor struggle to secure housing
City Council votes to censure Posner, send formal letter
New study bolsters Alejo’s call for ethnic studies
March 16, 2016
Local organization faces setbacks in work to revive local fish populations
KUSP looks to clear the static with new general manager Bonnie Jean Primbsch
Watsonville nonprofit Mesa Verde Gardens continues growth
March 2, 2016
Councilmember Micah Posner admitted last month to renting out a shed in his backyard without the proper permits to make the unit...
Former Coastal Commission head talks environment and diversity in wake of firing
County weighs Sisyphean task of managing cliff erosion as coastline recedes
What does commission firing mean for Santa Cruz?
Peggy Dolgenos is 1,000 percent committed to connectivity. At the epicenter of all things Cruzio, Dolgenos seeks not only faster, bigger cyber...
A new push to make sure locals know about various earned income tax credits
As area candidates battle over term limits, the larger question is whether they work
Surfing priest to speak in Santa Cruz
February 24, 2016
Santa Cruz native takes home his first Mavericks trophy
News briefs for the week of February 24, 2016
Black Lives Matter organizer Alicia Garza speaks at the Civic Auditorium.
Bus system will slash $6.5 million worth of bus routes
County pledges 1,300 new housing units, 40 percent to be affordable
February 17, 2016
Questions about carbon emissions in CalTrans report show discrepancies in projections
Longtime Santa Cruz housing advocate Michael Bethke moves on, looking to expand local efforts
Why aren’t more of Santa Cruz’s homeless using the winter shelter?
February 10, 2016
Police hope to increase trust by implementing new recommendations
Plan to reconfigure Beach Flats Community Garden rankles activists, but the future is uncertain