May 10, 2022
Over 50 years after SCOTUS’ landmark decision, California vows to continue to protect women’s freedom to choose
May 3, 2022
A new state law requires police departments to disclose all ‘military-grade’ weapons to the public
April 15, 2022
State decides it won’t require COVID vaccines for children this fall
April 14, 2022
A new study finds white, wealthy homeowners in Oakland receive thousands more in tax breaks than owners of homes in minority neighborhoods
April 8, 2022
California’s undocumented immigrants risked themselves working during pandemic. Lawmakers want to pay them unemployment benefits
April 1, 2022
Assembly Bill 2179 extends eviction protections through June 30 for Californians who signed up for the program or applied for local assistance by March 31.
March 28, 2022
California law enforcement agencies are embracing new approaches to mental health crisis calls.
2021 Annual Progress Report serves as a reality check about how the City’s 'Housing Element' is working out, in practice.
Hallie Greene, district manager of the Boulder Creek Recreation and Park District, knows how it feels; she lost her Boulder Creek home to the CZU fire.
The Pajaro Valley Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture’s annual Business Expo and Job Fair returns for the first time in three years.
Tuesday’s city council meeting addressed important issues and ignited debate.
The lowdown on what's been approved and what the changes mean for the County.
The item came to the board a week before the statewide eviction moratorium ends on March 31.
Organizations respond to emotional and physical health needs of aging adults.
A former UCSC administrator files a lawsuit with the federal court claiming they were illegally pulled over and searched by a Scotts Valley officer.
The sales tax hike, known now as Measure F, would increase the current 9.25% rate to to 9.75%.
The funding is part of the Federal Communications Commission’s Emergency Connectivity Fund Program, which is included in the American Rescue Plan.
'The Role of Latina Women in the Care of Parents and Grandparents' will feature professionals and community members sharing their perspectives on the experience of Latina caregivers in the community.
Despite sinking enrollment, some California community colleges are seeing more students return. More in-person instruction is helping.
March 18, 2022
Ed Acosta, a member of the Watsonville Planning Commission, is vying for the key political seat that oversees much of South Santa Cruz County.
March 18, 2022
Elizabeth Hoover's 'From Garden Warriors to Good Seeds: The Native American Fight for Food & Seed Sovereignty' addresses food sovereignty for Native American communities.