Unvaccinated individuals must continue to wear masks indoors.
By November, the Cabrillo Governing Board plans to close name-change discussions
Health officials are warning of a possible outbreak of fentanyl-laced narcotics hitting the streets.
A radio station signs off, and a mosquito threat grows
Former Mayor Chris Krohn talks to Sanders-supporting Santa Cruz Delegates at an unwieldy Philadelphia breakfast
An initiative in Little Basin to cut back on food waste in campgrounds
This week in briefs: Trout Farm Inn burns down, Santa Cruz announces host change
On Facebook, Take Back Santa Cruz activists at criticize one of their own
Downtown Associations backs off on making Pacific Avenue one-way all the way
Pam Randall is wheeling a cart of 350 books into Live Oak’s newly opened Boys & Girls Club. It’s Wednesday, April 13,...
Cousin Al's farewell KPIG broadcast, and a sustainable local church.
Resentment grows in Beach Flat community, and community group We Are Aptos file suit against local development plan.
Joe Williams on the District 20 election
Councilmember Micah Posner admitted last month to renting out a shed in his backyard without the proper permits to make the unit...
A new push to make sure locals know about various earned income tax credits
Black Lives Matter organizer Alicia Garza speaks at the Civic Auditorium.
Police hope to increase trust by implementing new recommendations
News briefs for the week of January 13, 2016