Mountain Lion Captured At Santa Cruz Shopping CenterAn 80-pound mountain lion, who climbed up a tree outside a Santa Cruz shopping center, was tranquilized and captured Thursday morning, authorities said.
Santa Cruz Man Arrested On Suspicion Of Sex With Teen GirlA 20-year-old Santa Cruz man was arrested earlier this month on suspicion of the statutory rape of a 14-year-old girl, Santa Cruz police said Thursday.
California's First Strawberries Of The Year Are Super-SizedBig, fat strawberries are the latest roadside attraction in Santa Cruz and Monterey counties.
Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Announces Summer 2017 Concert Line-upLive 105 brings you all the band's you can catch on the beach this summer for free...
Man Accused Of Child Molestation Of Relatives At His Santa Cruz HomePolice arrested a man last week in Santa Cruz on suspicion of molesting multiple juveniles in his home, and are asking the public for help identifying additional victims.
Highway 35 Still A Road To Nowhere In Santa Cruz MountainsIt's been two months since a massive slide cut off a section of Highway 35 in Santa Cruz, but it will still be some time before repairs are completed.
Prostitute Convicted In Google Exec's Overdose Death Turned Over To ICE AgentsImmigration officials detained a prostitute after she completed a jail sentence for involuntary manslaughter of a Google executive.
Technical Glitch Shuts Down Police Phone Lines In Santa Cruz, Watsonville, CapitolaPolice agencies in the South Bay are recovering from a temporary service outage that affected their non-emergency phone lines earlier Monday.
Repairs to Washed-Out Highway 35 To Take MonthsOne of the Bay Area's largest mudslides and the gaping hole it left in Highway 35 may not be repaired this year, according to a transportation official.
Three Die In Horrific Highway 1 Crash Near Santa CruzThree people died in a collision on state Highway 1 in unincorporated Santa Cruz County north of downtown Santa Cruz, California Highway Patrol officials said.
DHS Disputes Santa Cruz Police Claims Of Deception On Gang RaidsResponding to charges that they deceived police in a joint gang investigation, Department of Homeland Security officials said that the Santa Cruz police chief knew that immigrants could be held during the operation earlier this month.
Santa Cruz Officials 'Outraged' With Feds Role In Gang RaidCity officials feel "deceived" and "outraged" that the Department of Homeland Security detained 10 people based on their immigration status during a joint operation with Santa Cruz police targeting gang members last week.

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