Prostitute Convicted In Google Exec's Overdose Death Ordered DeportedAn immigration judge has ordered a Northern California prostitute convicted of involuntary manslaughter in death of a Google executive to be deported back to Canada.
Best Places To Go Fishing In and Around The Bay AreaInterest has ramped up for fishing in the Bay Area now that the salmon season has begun.
Guide To A Three-Day Weekend In Santa CruzOne of the finest South Bay destinations for a three-day weekend is in Santa Cruz, featuring the University of California at Santa Cruz, the world famous Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk and fabulous Monterey Bay.
Best Places To Go Fishing Near South BaySouth Bay fishermen typically know where the best spots are for fishing, but for newcomers to the sport, it’s helpful to know where to go for the best chance of catching a prize for the day.
NOAA: Cuts To Tsunami Warning System Won’t Jeopardize State's SafetyEmergency management officials in California are alarmed over $1 million in proposed federal funding cuts to a tsunami alert system.
Santa Cruz Harbor Still Rebuilding One Year After TsunamiThe tranquility of Santa Cruz Harbor on Friday hides damage the harbor sustained from a tsunami triggered by last year’s massive earthquake off the coast of Japan.
Cuts To Tsunami Program Could Delay West Coast Wave WarningsFederal cuts to the NOAA's tsunami-warning program could affect how quickly a wave headed to the west coast would be detected.
Capitola Still Waits On Disaster Relief From StormsCapitola 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.
Santa Cruz Boat Owners Criticize City's Tsunami PoliciesIt’s been nearly three weeks since a destructive tsunami crashed into the Santa Cruz Harbor, causing millions of dollars in damage, and some boat owners are not happy with the way harbor officials handled the big wave.
Santa Cruz Harbor Reopens After TsunamiThe U.S. Coast Guard on Tuesday reopened the Santa Cruz Harbor, which was closed after about 100 boats were damaged or sunk by the tsunami that rolled ashore on March 11.
Santa Cruz Harbor Partially Reopens For BusinessPart of the Santa Cruz Harbor reopened on Sunday, only to have Mother Nature halt boat traffic for the day.
California To Seek Federal Aid For Tsunami DamageCalifornia emergency officials said they hope to complete a tsunami damage estimate as early as next week to submit to the federal government in an aid request for wave-battered harbors.