More than 100 Santa Cruz workers filled the County Supervisors chambers, where many demanded pay increases and other requests
The Biden administration has been eagerly promoting the prospect of protection for the 28 million children aged 5 to 11
The United States has a new plan that will still meet its ambitions to sharply cut greenhouse gases that are warming the...
Lawsuit claims the City undercut California Environmental Quality Act guidelines, the State Aeronautics Act and a court order involving zoning changes
A Santa Cruz County Superior Court Judge sided with residents who had been battling a large rent increase since 2017
The threat of multiple strikes this fall could cancel instruction for a third of undergraduate students attending University of California institutions
Guillermo “Yermo” Aranda co-founded a number of organizations and projects, including the murals of Chicano Park in 1973, now a National Historic...
Coho babies hadn’t been spotted in the Laguna Creek lagoon since 2005, but biologists have recorded 2-year-old coho there, this year
Scientific advisers to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention home in on vaccine efficacy, advantages of mixing different vaccine types and...
Convicted violent sexual predator Michael Cheek’s placement hearing inspires Santa Cruz County to seek changes to California law
The ‘Sea Walls’ murals features art that teaches children about ocean issues specific to the area
Dungeness crabbing has been proven to be directly related to many whale entanglements
Why go through with the burn at the sprawling Estrada Ranch despite Friday’s 87-degree heat and dry conditions?
Can a country already running huge deficits afford the scope of spending that the president envisions?
By Matt Weir In the beginning of September, San Francisco became the first city in the state to ban the buying or...
While wet weather will entice buried slugs back to the surface, persistent drought still poses a threat to slug populations.
Pajaro Valley Unified School District unanimously approves resolution proclaiming October as LGBTQ+ History Month
Caltans teaming up with Capitola to bring drivers synchronized lights all the way down 41st Avenue to the northbound and southbound highway...
Santa Cruz City Council approves a report that examined the demographics of cannabis businesses in Santa Cruz; aims to increase diversity in...
Pacific Gas & Electric calls the outages “Enhanced Powerline Safety Settings," implemented to help mitigate wildfire risks
Alberto Scalant, 33, is accused of stabbing 32-year-old Robin Kern to death
Scotts Valley City Council agreed to eliminate the confusing one-way system and increase access to the City’s large recreation outlet for local...
The 3,600-square-foot warehouse that's home to The Hook is located on a stretch of road on Hangar Way where two additional dispensaries...
After a nationwide search Andrew (Andy) Dally will be named as the new chief
The Food and Drug Administration voted unanimously to recommend a booster shot of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine
The 121,000-square-foot building will allow the consolidation of existing and additional South County services into one location
California high schoolers will be taught about the struggles and contributions of African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans and other ethnic groups
Preliminary hearing begins for the four men who investigators say kidnapped and murdered a Pleasure Point man two years ago
Residents will have the opportunity to ride on a clean-energy, accessible streetcar along a section of the Santa Cruz Branch Rail Line...
Declaration gives the Watsonville the right to remove the people living behind the vacant building