For the first time ever, a sea otter conceived in the wild has been born in captivity, according to researchers at University of California Santa Cruz.
Researchers tracking elephant seals off the Northern California coast say they have discovered the animals travel much farther than once thought.
A Santa Cruz woman is hoping to help raise awareness for animal shelters and adoptions with the help of social media and cute kids.
A test reveals a female bobcat originally reported as road kill near the UC Santa Cruz campus is the third cat to die from rat poison in four months.
The Santa Cruz City Council voted to accept a quarter million dollar grant for an armored police vehicle.
Here’s a look at nearby destinations to visit over the three-day Martin Luther King Day holiday.
Santa Cruz Man Allegedly Sets Up Facebook Page, Distributes Child Porn Under Name Of Cop Who Arrested Him For Child Porn
A Santa Cruz resident already facing child pornography charges was arrested this week after he allegedly created a Facebook page in the name of his arresting officer and used it to distribute more child porn, Santa Cruz County sheriff’s officials said Tuesday.
In one of the weirdest winter weather patterns in recent memory, New Year’s brought 20 degree lows to the inland Bay Area, followed by highs in the 80s Tuesday in Santa Cruz.
The National Weather Service has issued a Freeze Warning for areas of the East Bay in effect until 9 a.m. Friday.
Each year from mid-October to mid-February the Monarch butterfly migrate to the central and northern California coast. One of the things that make the migration special is that the butterflies return to the same locations year after year and that the general public can easily see them.