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Man arrested after injuring 1 with machete-like weapon
Officers arrived on scene and contacted the victim, who was suffering from a laceration to his right leg. The victim said the suspect, who was identified as 38-year-old Federico Torres, used a machete style of weapon to swing toward the victim, causing the injury to his leg.
King City man arrested in machete attack
KING CITY, Calif. -A King City man is under arrest, accused of slashing a man’s leg with a machete.
Greenfield man arrested for sex with minors
GREENFIELD — On Sept. 17, officers from the Greenfield Police Department were dispatched to a residence in Greenfield regarding a minor having sex with an adult. Due to the nature of the complaint, the investigation was turned over to the South County Major Crimes Investigations Unit.
Employee killed in accident at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca
Official track statement:WeatherTech Raceway is saddened to confirm the death of a corner worker as a result of an accident that occurred on the track Sunday during an independent rental. As per the facility's safety protocols, all subsequent sessions were immediately suspended. The safety of all pa
Powerful Santa Ana Winds Wreak Havoc on Southern California’s Power Grid
Power outages affected more than 40,000 Southern California Edison customers Monday as strong Santa Ana winds gusted through Southland, according to the utility.
Monterey's Old Fisherman's Wharf celebrates 173 years
MONTEREY, Calif. - Monterey’s Old Fisherman’s Wharf celebrated 173 years Sunday with a birthday bash!
Northern California skydiver killed when parachute fails to deploy
ByAssociated Press|PUBLISHED:October 15, 2018 at 5:09 am| UPDATED:October 15, 2018 at 5:13 am
California’s rent-control ballot measure, explained
You’ve probably heard plenty of conflicting messages about the merits of this statewide ballot measure, Proposition 10. To help you make sense of this complex debate and what it could mean for landlords and the nearly 6 million renters in California, we lay out the basics: the law that the measure w
Soledad residents share frustration over Front Street stormwater runoff project
SOLEDAD STORM RUNOFF MAINT COMPLAINTSSOLEDAD, Calif. - Commuters in and out of Soledad’s Front Street exit have seen better days in regards to traffic.Residents in the area are saying the city's storm water regional recharge project is what's slowing things down.Residents were concerned about the pr
Magnitude 3.2 quake near Salinas, Pinnacles National Park
SALINAS, Calif. (KTVU)- A magnitude 3.2 earthquake shook near Salinas at 6:46 a.m. today, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.
Scammers targeting utility customers in King City area
“Protecting our customers’ health and safety is our top priority,” said Local Manager Marc Bloom. “If residents are ever unsure about a call or contact from someone claiming to be a Cal Water employee, we urge them to hang up and call our Customer Center for verification.”
Police ID body as missing man
“It is with sadness that we report the Coroner’s Office confirmed, through dental records, that the remains found last week have been identified as Julian Lopez,” the Sheriff’s Office said in a Facebook post dated Oct. 4. “We want to offer our heartfelt condolences to the family of Julian, who was a
Cross Country | Mustang boys win invitational
Esteban Deniz of King City won the varsity race in a time of 15:47, followed teammates Mario Avila inn second (16:06), and Fausto Medina in third (16:08). Ricardo Diaz placed fifth in 16:31 and Daniel Correa was sixth in 16:46. Peter Avila placed 10th for the Mustangs in 17:09 and Julio Martinez pla
Pedestrian killed in hit-and-run on Highway 101 in Paso Robles
MGN OnlinePASO ROBLES, Calif. - The California Highway Patrol is investigating a hit-and-run accident that killed a pedestrian on Highway 101 in Paso Robles.According to CHP, the incident was reported at 5:00 a.m. Thursday. A man was reportedly crossing Highway 101 north of 13th Street on foot from
Gang members charged with racketeering in, out of Monterey County Jail
SALINAS — A federal grand jury indicted multiple Salinas-based gang members for a broad range of racketeering crimes earlier this month, according to the Justice Department.The indictment was handed down Oct. 3 and unsealed Thursday alleging the defendants are all gang members who committed crimes i
SHS student to graduate a year early
“By the time I graduate I would have a least had my AA in college and my high school diploma,” Alcala said. “From there, going to a UC and graduate from there in a year and a half, maybe two.”
Walmart to Settle for $65M After California Cashiers Alleged Company Didn’t Provide Seating
If approved by a judge, the deal would end a nearly decade-old suit and affect some 100,000 current former Walmart cashiers.
Thunderstorms in Southern California? Residents surprised by rain — and a light show
A thunderstorm brought lightning and rain to Southern California on Friday night.Lighting could be seen and thunder heard across a wide swath of the region. Rain began falling in downtown Los Angeles about 7:30 p.m. after several flashes of lightning. Thunder claps could also be heard.Light rain and
Mega Millions: No winner crowned in Friday’s drawing
Jackpot expected to grow to a near-record $654 million; next drawing set for TuesdayByJason Greenemail@example.com| Bay Area News GroupSACRAMENTO — The Mega Millions jackpot is expected to swell to $654 million after no one picked the winning numbers for Friday’s drawing.The life-cha
How Sen. Feinstein's Washington Virtues Became California Vulnerabilities - Times of San Diego
“Uh, uh, uh, what?’’ Uh, no. Uh…no. I didn’t leak, the 72-year-old Trump stammered, further delighting the throng with a befuddled turn of his head to mock Feinstein’s conversation with her staff during Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing. “Uh, one minute. Did we leak? Oh, no. We didn’t leak.’’