.Aiyana Moya

News Editor
September 20, 2023

Vaccines, Variants And Masking

This week, the latest FDA-approved Covid vaccine is anticipated to hit hospital and providers’ shelves across Santa Cruz County. Scientists and health officials say the new vaccine will better target the latest Covid variant.
September 15, 2023

AfroLatine Fest Kicks Off Hispanic Heritage Month

The event, organized by Mi Gente in tandem with Santa Cruz Art League, takes place on Mexico’s Independence Day and highlights Latinx culture
September 15, 2023

City Reports Vandalism To San Lorenzo River Levee 

Rocks that provide flood protection were removed and replaced with citrus trees
September 6, 2023

Homeless Response As Winter Approaches

The regional plan to address unhoused issues ahead of an El Niño winter
September 6, 2023

An Air of Mystique

Author weaves Hawaiian mythology, history and elements of womanhood in sensational debut short story collection
August 30, 2023

The Future of the Capitola Wharf

How Capitola residents came together to support the wharf and what lies ahead for the iconic structure
August 8, 2023

Ayurveda: What’s Really Bothering You

How the alternative medicine gets to the core problem Last Wednesday, editor in chief Brad Kava asked me, the news editor, for a health and...
June 30, 2023

Supreme Setbacks

In three of its latest rulings, the Supreme Court struck down student debt forgiveness, affirmative action, and put LGBTQ+ protections at risk