March 28, 2023

Spotlighting Local Luminaries for Women’s History Month

The Impactful Women of Santa Cruz County
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March 21, 2023

The Salmon Shortage is Affecting Santa Cruz and Beyond

All commercial and recreational salmon fishing in California has been canceled until April 2024—at the earliest
January 19, 2023

President Biden Visits Santa Cruz County 

The President promises federal aid, says it could be years until the county fully recovers 
December 6, 2022

‘Tripledemic’ Burdens Local Healthcare System

Santa Cruz County emergency rooms scramble to keep up with the flood of Covid, flu and Respiratory Syncytial Virus cases
August 9, 2022

Santa Cruz County is the Second Least Affordable Place to Live in the Nation

Several affordable housing projects are in the works, but is that enough?
July 19, 2022

James Webb Space Telescope Sheds New Light on the Universe

As the first data from the James Webb Space Telescope reaches Earth, UCSC scientists discuss their roles and expectations
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
June 24, 2022

Abortion Rights Rally Floods Steps of Santa Cruz County Courthouse

Hundreds gather to protest the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to strike down the Constitutional right to abortion
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
June 21, 2022

New Collaborative Pride Book List Celebrates Queer Identity

In the face of book banning, locals create LBGTQ+-positive reading guide
May 10, 2022

What Would Reversing Roe v. Wade Mean for California?

Over 50 years after SCOTUS’ landmark decision, California vows to continue to protect women’s freedom to choose
April 21, 2022

Justice Dept. Appeals to Reinstate Transportation Mask Mandate

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday that it had asked the Justice Department to appeal a federal court ruling striking down its requirement for masking on planes, trains, buses and other modes of transportation
April 8, 2022

As Gas Prices Went Up, So Did the Hunt for Electric Vehicles

Prices at the pump have given some Americans second thoughts about electric vehicles
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