.Aiyana Moya

August 16, 2022

Two Years After CZU: Still Tangled in Red Tape

Despite promises of a fast-track process, most fire victims who want to rebuild legally are waiting for permits
August 2, 2022

After the Benchlands, What’s Next for Homeless Solutions?

Local homeless advocates and city officials imagine answers beyond the same old encampment shuffle
July 19, 2022

Dial 988 to Access National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

The three-digit number makes it easier for those experiencing any kind of mental health crisis to get help
July 12, 2022

Homelessness Response May Be in Jeopardy After Voters Reject Sales Tax

Gauging the fallout from Measure F’s defeat
July 5, 2022

A Breakdown of Santa Cruz’s ‘Empty Home Tax’ Initiative

Would the measure generate enough money to make it worthwhile?
June 30, 2022

Santa Cruz to Include Library Measure on November Ballot, Pogonip Cleanup Approved

Santa Cruz’s Mixed-Use Library measure heads to Santa Cruz polls; the Homeless Garden Project seeks permanent home in Pogonip’s Lower Meadows
June 29, 2022

Over 50 Organizations Approved for County Funding

Still, several Santa Cruz County nonprofits, including the Harm Reduction Coalition, left flailing in the face of a broken system
June 24, 2022

Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade, Eliminates Right to Abortion

With over half of the states expected to outlaw abortion, California plans on fighting back