Latest Storm Increases Slide Concerns In Santa Cruz Mountains week of rain has left the Santa Cruz Mountains saturated Tuesday, leaving residents concerned about the weakening ground and increased risk for mudslides.
Santa Cruz Mountains May Bear Brunt Of Big StormBy Saturday evening in the Santa Cruz Mountains, the Pineapple Express was going full steam ahead with heavy sustained rain starting at about 7 p.m.
Forecast Brings Back Memories Of 1982 Killer StormsIf long-time residents of the small communities nestled in the Santa Cruz Mountains were suffering from a frightening case of déjà vu Friday, who could blame them.
Santa Cruz Mountains Endure Heavy Rains, Downed TreesThe entire Bay Area is drenched, but residents in the Santa Cruz Mountains are bracing for as much as six inches of rain.
Watsonville Man Allegedly Assaults CHP Officers While On LSDA Watsonville man was arrested in the Santa Cruz Mountains Monday morning after assaulting two California Highway Patrol officers while allegedly under the influence of LSD, CHP officers said.
October Storm Hammers Rain-Soaked Santa Cruz Mountains A warm October storm front rolled through the Bay Area Friday, targeting the Santa Cruz Mountains where some communities have seen as much as 10 inches of rain this month.
Mother Nature Preparing Another Blow For Santa Cruz MountainsHaving already been drenched during an October surprise storm a week ago, Santa Cruz Mountain residents were preparing for another wet weather front to roll through the area on Thursday.
After Loma Fire, Mudslides A Concern In Santa Cruz MountainsFollowing the Loma Fire, there's a new threat facing residents in the Santa Cruz Mountains: mudslides.
Loma Fire Evacuation Orders For Santa Clara County LiftedEvacuations orders were lifted Tuesday in Santa Clara County for a nearly 4,500-acre fire burning for more than a week in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Loma Fire In Santa Cruz Mountains Now 90% ContainedThe Loma Fire that started in the Santa Cruz Mountains of Santa Clara County last week is 90 percent contained at 4,474 acres as of early Tuesday morning, Cal Fire officials said.
Firefighters Gain Ground As Loma Fire Fight Enters 2nd WeekThe Loma Fire that started in the Santa Cruz Mountains of Santa Clara County about a week ago is 81 percent contained at 4,474 acres as of Monday morning, Cal Fire officials said.
Loma Fire 56 Percent Contained; A Dozen Homes Burned, Hundreds ThreatenedThe blaze has charred about 6 1/2 square miles and is still threatening 325 structures.

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