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SWAT team arrests six during drug bust in Salinas
According to the Salinas Police Department, SWAT, patrol officers, and detectives raided a home in the 500 block of Victor Street, Wednesday morning. Authorities found more than a dozen people inside the home along with drug items.
Salinas City Council votes 4-3 to ban oversized vehicles and RV on city streets
Last year, the county enacted a code enforcement sweep of Lapis Road, just outside of Marina. The road be came a de-facto RV camp for many homeless people. Salinas has just passed an ordinance looking to do much of the same.Nic Coury
WWII airmen to be honored 75 years after plane crashed off Ventura
Eight months later, the wreckage was discovered. In fog, the plane had crashed into Green Mountain, an 817-foot peak on the wind-swept San Miguel Island, now part of theChannel Islands National Park.
Salinas Police want neighborhoods to throw their own block party for National Night Out
SALINAS, Calif. - National Night Out will have a new look and feel this year, as the Salinas Police Department is changing things up for the first time ever.
Seaside’s Campus Town development plan, EIR, almost ready for council scrutiny, designation of demolition firm to be named soon
Seaside >> An 85-acre stretch of land, that was once part of the Fort Ord Army Base, but was transferred to Seaside in 2005, is currently dotted with dilapidated buildings and some working business space for entities such as Base Realignment and Closure personnel and Presidio of Monterey Police.
RV owners react to new Salinas parking ordinance
SALINAS, Calif. - The City of Salinas recently passed a new ordinance that bans vehicles like RVs from parking in city streets. The ordinance goes into effect within 30 days.KION’s Josh Kristianto is visiting Griffin Street in Salinas where about 10 RVs are currently parked. A mother who lives with
Most Expensive Car: 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO Auction Could Top $70 Million
A 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO, chassis no. 3413, presently owned by renowned car collector Greg Whitten, former chief software architect at Microsoft and present chairman of Numerix, will be up for grabs at an auction at the annual Concours d’Elegance motoring week event in Pebble Beach, Monterey, Californ
Jail time looms for nurse impostor arrested at Gilroy hospital
Jeremy Daniel Griffin, 31, is scheduled to be sentenced on Friday, June 22, 2018 for for impersonating a nurseto work at a Gilroy hospital.
Salinas city leaders hold meeting with campers before RV parking ban vote
Monday, Salinas city leaders met with the people who have been parking and living in their RVs and oversized vehicles around town to try and come up with solutions. Tuesday, the Salinas City Council is supposed to vote on an ordinance that, if passed, would potentially run them out of town altogethe
Heated discussion leads to narrow passage of Salinas oversized vehicle ordinance
After hearing complaints from constituents about oversized vehicles parking in residential areas or near businesses, supporting council members contend it is a public health and safety issue, - citing unsafe residential areas with large vehicles that block drivers' view of pedestrians and sewage lea
Salinas man goes viral after dressing as 'Incredibles' character
My cousin dead ass went to watch Incredibles 2 in his frozone suit ?pic.twitter.com/7uYrStMn0E— destiny? (@fuckitupdes)June 15, 2018
Salinas council members approve parking ban for oversized vehicles
The ordinance bans oversized vehicles including RVs from parking on city streets, roads, alleys and other public spaces.
Monterey deputies: Vacant party house throwers busted
Christian Lee Baney, 18, of Monterey, and Luis Angel Navarette, 19, of Soledad, were already prime suspects before deputies pulled the car over.
What is next for Hollister Independence Rally?
Local people and businesses are still going full-throttle, taking it upon themselves to show the biking world Hollister is still the place to be, organizing a non-sanctioned rally.
Police report two public deaths in one weekend
For the second time this month, Morgan Hill Police found a body of a man who died in a public area, apparently due to illness or a medical condition, according to authorities.
Update: Man Who Died After Solo Vehicle Crash Monday Night Identified
Jade D. Bowdoin, 21, of Aptos, believed to be the driver, suffered major injuries and was taken to Kaiser Permanente Vacaville Medical Center.
Great white shark washes ashore on Santa Cruz County beach
APTOS, Calif. (KGTV) - A great white shark washed ashore in Santa Cruz County Sunday, leading marine biologists to search for its cause of death.
DA: Man sentenced in Moss Landing brutal beating, murder
Witnesses said Jose De Jesus Estrada, 40, of Moss Landing, "was covered in blood" after beating and fatally shooting Alejandro "Adolfo" Reyes, Feb. 15, 2017, according to a DA press release.
Children get bug-eyed for insects at Salinas libraries
The creatures, some green and rough while others small and shiny, slowly stepped right across their hands as the children carefully stood still.
Suspect arrested in Moss Landing homicide investigation
Monterey County Sheriff's OfficeJose Quezada EstradaMOSS LANDING, Calif. - UPDATE 6/18/18 10:30 AM: The Monterey County District Attorney announced on Monday that Jose Estrada has been sentenced to 50 years to life in state prison.He was found guilty of first degree murder in the death of Alejandro