A woman and her 13-year-old daughter were stabbed by a male family member in their Santa Cruz-area mobile home early Tuesday morning, according to the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office.
Police arrested a 23-year-old man on suspicion of stabbing another man to death at a Capitola home late Sunday night.
In addition to property insurance policies you can also purchase a federal flood policy. The catch is that you can only get the policies through one of a select group of insurers that are authorized by the Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA).
Some Capitola small business owners recently found out how hard it is to resolve a claim dispute with an insurance provider when they found their requests denied after the March floods.
When most people buy insurance, they think they are covered. But when disaster strikes, not all insurance companies or policies are created equal.
Brian and Thuy visit this charming seaside getaway south of Santa Cruz, discovering great food and water sports along the way.
A Capitola woman died Tuesday as a result of injuries sustained after a skateboarder collided with her as she was crossing the street.
Flash floods back in March caused massive damage in the city of Capitola but the town has been rebuffed in its request for federal disaster assistance from FEMA.
At the end of June, Pacific Gas and Electric plans to install SmartMeters in Soquel, Scotts Valley and Watsonville areas where opposition to the wireless devices has been strongest.
Capitola has not yet received disaster relief following those large storms in March that led to flash floods. Damage following the March floods is estimated at $17 million, AND Capitola’s emergency reserves are gone following flood repairs.