Monterey Police Seek Suspect Who Groped JoggerMonterey Police requested the public’s help Monday seeking a suspect who groped a woman as she jogged on a coastal trail days before.
Reopening: Monterey County Could Emerge From Most-Restrictive Purple Tier Next WeekMonterey County could move into a less-restrictive coronavirus pandemic reopening tier as soon as Tuesday if state public health officials approve the county's request to review a data discrepancy.
Series Of Small Earthquakes Rattle Monterey County CoastAt least three small earthquakes shook an area of coastal Monterey County Wednesday afternoon, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
FEMA Extends Deadline for August Wildfires AidThe Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced Thursday that it’s extending deadlines for residents in ten Northern California counties applying for aid to help in the wake of the lightning complex fires this summer.
Tiny Sea Creatures Might Hold Secret to Slowing Climate ChangeCutting-edge technology in Monterey County is shining a light on a mysterious sea creature that could be a vital and powerful ally in the fight against climate change.
Marin County Supes Ensure Voter Approval Needed for Offshore Drilling InfrastructureThe Marin County Board of Supervisors passed a voter-approval mechanism on Tuesday for any future development of onshore facilities supporting offshore oil and gas exploration.
HHS Secretary: Counties Should Issue Labor Day Covid-19 Guidance ASAPCalifornia Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly said Tuesday that counties should begin issuing guidance for Labor Day weekend as soon as possible to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
All Monterey Bay Beaches Closing Labor Day Weekend To Slow COVID-19 SpreadAuthorities from beach communities around Monterey Bay announced in an unprecedented joint statement on Thursday the intended closure of all beaches over the Labor Day weekend to limit the spread of COVID-19.
UPDATE: River Fire Scorches Nearly 4,000 Acres In Monterey County, Threatening 1,500 StructuresA wildfire sparked by a lightning strike in Monterey County had scorched 3,793 acres by Monday evening and remained 10 percent contained, according to Cal Fire.
Monterey Zoo Sued for Allegedly Using Prods, Bullhooks on ElephantsThe People For Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the Monterey Zoo, accusing it of using disciplinary tools that are banned in the state.
Monterey Man Arrested After Allegedly Charging at Police Holding Air PistolA 23-year-old Monterey man, who charged at police with a suspected firearm that turned out to be an Airsoft gun, was fired at by officers before being taken into custody on Saturday night.
Monterey Bay Aquarium Delays Reopening; County On COVID-19 Watch ListThe Monterey Bay Aquarium has delayed its highly-anticipated reopening scheduled for later this week, due to the county being placed on the state's COVID-19 watch list.
Reopening: Monterey Bay Aquarium Opening To Visitors In JulyAfter being closed for more than three months due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Monterey Bay Aquarium will reopen to visitors with modifications in July.
Monterey Bay Restaurant Reaches Settlement After Being Charged With Defying COVID-19 OrdersA restaurant owner in Carmel-by-the-Sea has agreed to pay $15,000 in civil penalties after being criminally charged last month for violating state and local health orders.
Monterey COVID-19 Test Site Closing Temporarily After Running Out Of SuppliesThe coronavirus testing site at Monterey Peninsula College will be closed Thursday because it has run out of supplies, Monterey County officials said Wednesday.