.Aiyana Moya

January 17, 2023

Fires and Floods Make Life in the Santa Cruz Mountains Challenging

The recent storm has many mountain communities reeling as they continue to deal with damage from the CZU Fires
January 11, 2023

Gov. Newsom Visits Santa Cruz

Governor says damage assessment needed before state financial assistance, urges residents to stay vigilant ahead of more storms
January 10, 2023

Santa Cruz County Takes Shelter From the Storm

Tidal waves, demolished piers, debris-littered beaches and roads, flooding, power outages, widespread evacuations and closures leave Santa Cruz County shell-shocked—and it’s not over.
December 27, 2022

Community Bridges Debunks Taxation Myths

The nonprofit provides the straight dope on the misconceptions regarding undocumented immigrants and taxes
December 23, 2022

Homeless Memorial Fills Vets Hall

Santa Cruz County community gathers to show their support for the homeless
December 20, 2022

What Smells?: The Year in Review

From the stinky to the sweet, the annoying to the just plain weird, here’s a look back at the offbeat news that wafted into our noses and brains in 2022
December 20, 2022

Pajaro Valley Loaves and Fishes Provides Lunch and Much More to Those in Need

The Watsonville organization is one of 10 local food-centric nonprofits participating in Santa Cruz Gives this year
December 13, 2022

How the Amah Mutsun Tribe is Reclaiming its Heritage

Members of the tribe claim their first tribal land in 200 years