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Tanimura & Antle faces fines over care of farmworkers ill in suspected pesticide exposure
Tanimura & Antle faces potential fines up to $5,000 after failing to immediately take 17 fieldworkers to the hospital when they became ill just over a year ago, according to a county report.
Crews respond to hazmat leak at Taylor Farms factory in Salinas
Salinas Fire, Seaside Fire, Monterey County Health and AMR are responding to the scene.
Church fights to stay put, despite Seaside development project
The chapel was owned by the U.S. Army for the former Fort Ord, until Gaskins says they gave it to him when he was looking for a new location for his church. He's a 20-year armed forces veteran, himself.
BREAKING Baby possibly ejected from vehicle in Hwy 101 crash south of Salinas
A crash on Highway 101 south of Salinas may have involved a baby being thrown from a vehicle this afternoon, according to initial reports.The California Highway Patrol is at a two-vehicle crash reported at about 12:30 p.m. on the highway near Spence Road, according to the agency's incident page.It s
MPUSD Board ok's SRO's in agreement with Monterey and Seaside
MONTEREY, Calif. - It’s a topic that’s been quite controversial on the Central Coast – School Resource Officers. But on Tuesday, the area’s largest school district voted on keeping SRO’s in Monterey and Seaside schools for now.
Oceanfront Home in California’s Golf Paradise Sells for Over $25 Million
An oceanfront home in Pebble Beach, Calif., has sold for $25.25 million, according to public records. The home had been on the market with an asking price of $29.75 million.
PHOTOS: 2018 U.S. Amateur at beautiful Pebble Beach
Raul Pereda fist bumps his caddie after playing his tee shot on the seventh hole during the round of 32 at the 2018 U.S. Amateur at Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, Calif. on Thursday, Aug. 16, 2018. (Copyright USGA/Chris Keane)
Mark Wahlberg admits it's 'tough' raising a teenager
Mark Wahlberg has admitted raising a teenage daughter is a "challenge".The 47-year-old actor has 14-year-old daughter Ella Rae with his wife Rhea Durham, and he revealed this period is presenting a unique set of challenges and "a lot of attitude".He told PEOPLE magazine: "It's tough, but people say
Drunken, partially clothed Salinas driver caught doing doughnuts guilty of DUI
A drunken, partially clothed Salinas man arrested after a sheriff's deputy caught him doing a doughnut on San Juan Grade Road was found guilty of driving under the influence, authorities say.
Traffic slow on Highway 68 as firefighters respond to a fire at Laureles Grade.
About a half-acre of grassland adjacent to Laguna Seca is burning, in a fire that was reported at 10:51am Friday.A CHP officer driving down Highway 68 first called in the fire after observing smoke. Two engines from the Monterey County Regional Fire District, located just across the street from the
Salinas police seek suspect in violent attack at skate park
SALINAS, Calif. - The Salinas Police Department needs the publics help identifying a person involved in a violent attack earlier this month.SPD posted a picture of the suspect they believe was involved in an attack on August 7, at Natividad Creek Skate Park. They also need help contacting the victim
Hammer advances to U.S. Amateur quarterfinals
5:49 AM BSTAssociated PressPEBBLE BEACH, Calif. -- Texas teenCole Hammerwon two matches Thursday at Pebble Beach to advance to the U.S. Amateur quarterfinals.Editor's PicksSnedeker joins under-60 club with sizzling finishBrandt Snedeker became the first PGA Tour player to break 60 after making a bog
Major injury crash on Highway 101 in Salinas
SALINAS, Calif. —A helicopter is landing on Highway 101 in Salinas next the Spence Road exit to transport crash victims to trauma centers.A witness told KSBW that a young boy was ejected from one of the wrecked vehicles and he landed in the southbound lane.AdvertisementThe crash happened at 12:35 p.
Hazardous chemicals prompts evacuation of Salinas building
Salinas Fire Chief Jeff Johnson said the situation arose because some chemicals mixed, causing gasses and making the mixture possibly flammable, in a social media post.
Reports: Child ejected in two car crash south of Salinas
SALINAS, Calif. - Monterey County Dispatch told KION a child was ejected from a vehicle in a two car crash just south of Salinas.The accident occurred on Highway 101 South near Potter Road around 12:30 p.m. Wednesday.A delivery truck is blocking the northbound lanes and at least one lane going south
Marina homeowners found defects in brand-new homes, and took on the bureaucracy.
When Evy Smith first moved into her brand-new home in September 2016 in The Dunes – a development in Marina where single-family homes are still sprouting up – she noticed she had to wait a few minutes for hot water to come out of the tap.“I was incredulous,” Smith says.So began a two-year-long proce
Cole Hammer wins twice to move to U.S. Amateur quarterfinals | Hookem.com
“Seeing myself come back and win matches on the 18th and 19th and 20th holes three or four times in the past month or so, that gives me a lot of confidence and lets me realize that I can do really well under pressure,” Hammer told the USGA. “Yeah, it gives me some confidence going forward.”
Seaside Family Health Center celebrating 25th anniversary
It was just last year when the Seaside Family Health Center, as it's now referred to, moved to an 18,000 square foot facility with about 73 employees. Serving more than 10,000 residents each year.
Multiple grass fires along Highway 101 in Salinas
Highway 101 fireSOURCE: Kami LymanSALINAS, Calif. —A brush fire caused some lanes of Highway 101 in Salinas to be closed during Tuesday evening's rush-hour commute.Multiple small fires ignited along the highway near the Laurel Road exit around 5:15 p.m.AdvertisementWitnesses said the blaze appeared
Jacob Bergeron earns final match-play spot in thrilling U.S. Amateur playoff
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. – You could say Jacob Bergeron has a love-hate relationship with his 4-iron. But on Wednesday morning at Pebble Beach, that club helped him keep his U.S. Amateur title hopes alive.