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Salinas is located about eight miles from the Pacific Ocean and is home to world renowned vintners. Due to its rich farming region, the area also has a wide variety of fruits and vegetables and is home to many major vegetable producers. John Steinbeck, writer and Nobel Prize laureate, was born in Salinas and historic downtown features several buildings of Victorian architecture which are named after Steinbeck.

Population: 148350
Local Newspapers: The Salinas Californian Monterey County Herald
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Local Colleges: Hartnell Community College Heald College

Zip Codes associated with salinas, california: 93901 93905 93906 93907 93908
Towns/Cities near salinas, california : Boronda Spreckels Cooper Chualar Prunedale Castroville Marina Monterey Sand City

Salinas News
Woman loses 104 lbs through nonprofit's support

Salinas resident Robin Kimball, 57, has lost 104 pounds in a span of two years, becoming the TOPS California State Queen for 2016. With the help of peer support and self-accountability, Salinas resident Robin Kimball, 57, has lost 104 pounds in a span of two years.

Salinas Boxing Club serving the youth

Through the hard work and dedication of Medrano and Robert Avila, the duo have brought the Salinas Boxing Club from dark times to continue to help the children of Salinas.

Man pleads guilty to killing pastor

Servando Silva pleaded guilty to a second-degree murder charge in the death of Pastor Herbert Valero as well as felony assault against his brother A man accused of slaying a well-known Salinas pastor in 2017 pleaded guilty as the jury deliberated in his trial, according to the Monterey County District Attorney's Office. Servando Silva, 39, pleaded guilty to a second-degree murder charge in the death of Pastor Herbert Valero as well as felony assault against his brother, prosecutors said in a press release.

Police: Four arrested in connection to selling minors for sex

A family trying to get their missing 14-year-old back led Salinas police to uncover a sex-trafficking ring, authorities say. La policA a investiga la escena del crimen tras un tiroteo ocurrido la noche del martes, en la cuadra 200 de la calle Soledad en Salinas.

Salinas Officer 1 reaches his last day on force

The man who wears Salinas police badge No. 1 wraps up a 30-year career in law enforcement, to the day, on Monday.

County supervisors overturn first-ever denial of a new well based on seawater intrusion concerns.

The county's most recent seawater intrusion map for the 400-foot aquifer, using 2015 data, reflects the biggest advancement of intrusion since 1985, and shows the appearance of three "islands" to the east. With seawater intrusion advancing in the lower Salinas Valley, a new trend may take hold in Monterey County: denial of applications for new agricultural wells.

SQUIDFRY 02.15.18: Third Timer

THIRD TIMERa Squid fondly remembers a commercial featuring cartoon characters determining how many licks it takes to eat a Tootsie Pop. "One, two three," says Mr. Owl, going straight into munching.

Flying Artichoke lands a permanent home at the Salinas airport, which is good for 'choke lovers.

The choke burger comes with all the classic components - onion, lettuce, tomato and Swiss - plus smooth garlic-flavored aioli and tender strips of artichoke. When I first moved to Monterey a year and a half ago, it only took a few weeks of exploring before I realized I'm now neighbors with the "artichoke capital of the world," or at least that's what the sign says in Castroville.

a Building Healthy Communitiesa looks to expand to Peninsula

Salinas >> After eight years working to promote racial equity in East Salinas, the Building Healthy Communities initiative is expanding its efforts across Monterey County. "Even if we want the benefit in East Salinas, we can't only focus on East Salinas," said Jesús Valenzuela, the communications manager for BHC.

Catholics start Lent with sacrifice, reflection

St. Mary of the Nativity Catholic Church in Salinas was one of the many locations Catholics had the opportunity to attend in order to receive ashes. You may be wondering why people are walking around with soot on their faces.

Salinas husband sentenced for 12-hour assault

The next day, a man on his way to work found the woman lying on the sidewalk barely clothed, with bald patches on her head and unable to stand. A Salinas man is facing 18 years in prison for nearly beating his wife to death over the course of 12 hours before leaving her barely clothed on the sidewalk last summer.

Salinas Man Sentenced To Life In Prison For 2 First-Degree...

A 25-year-old Salinas resident who was found guilty of two first-degree murders in November was sentenced today to life in prison, Monterey County prosecutors said. Judge Pamela Butler sentenced Brad Azcona to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the two murders, as well as multiple consecutive life terms for two attempted murders.

County reentry program grads ready for change

More than a dozen probationers and parolees were recognized Monday at a transition ceremony for graduating from the MC Day Reporting Center. Sharon Barajas has gotten her life together at the Monterey County Day Reporting Center after being placed on felony probation, Barajas told a roomful of people in Salinas on Monday night.

Monterey County issues formal apology to Japanese American community for World War II internment

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Millennium Charter High School's principal resigns after a little over three months on the job.

A Millennium Charter High School student protests the board's decision to put the founding principal, Peter Gray, on administrative leave in January 2016. Gray eventually quit.

Police: AR-15, ammo seized during arrest

The AR-15 was illegally manufactured by Jesse Jimenez, 23, police say, and it was located near where a 2-year-old child sleeps. Salinas police arrested a man suspected of weapons and drug violations as well as child endangerment after finding an AR-15 rifle near where a 2-year-old child sleeps.

Deep-sea fish use hydrothermal vents to incubate eggs

IMAGE: DNA analysis revealed that the egg cases found near the black smoker belong to the skate species Bathyraja spinosissima, commonly known as deep-sea skates. The researchers believe the fish use... view Some deep-sea skates -- cartilaginous fish related to rays and sharks -- use volcanic heat emitted at hydrothermal vents to incubate their eggs, according to a new study in the journal Scientific Reports .

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