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Santa Cruz is located in central California along the coast of the Pacific Ocean. Santa Cruz was one of the earliest Spanish settlements during the exploration of Alta California, in the late eighteenth century. They even established a mission on the site on which Santa Cruz now stands. When California was ratified as a state in the United States, during the late 1800s, the city of Santa Cruz became popular because of its idyllic beaches and coastal redwood forests.

Population: 54593
Local Newspapers: Santa Cruz County Sentinel
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings
Local Colleges: University of California-Santa Cruz

Zip Codes associated with santa cruz, california: 95060 95062 95064 95065 95066
Towns/Cities near santa cruz, california : Twin Lakes Opal Cliffs Paradise Park Live Oak Soquel Capitola Rio Del Mar Felton Scotts Valley

Santa Cruz News
Narwhals unprepared for humans

Narwhals can't choose whether to freeze or flee after being caught in human hunting nets - and that reaction can put them in grave danger, according to a study of the marine mammals. The discovery, described in the journal Science, has implications for the vulnerability of these mammals as they become increasingly exposed to human disturbance.

USGS scientists share their research with community at open house

Scientist Gerry Hatcher explains seafloor video collection to Soquel's Lynne Owen and John Owen, at the U.S. Geological Survey's open house in Santa Cruz. SANTA CRUZ >> People were steadily pouring into the lobby of the Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center on Mission Street Saturday morning to see what local scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey have been up to.

Santa Cruz County flight path change slated for August, said congressman

SANTA CRUZ >> After millions of jet noise complaints were filed since March 2015 by Santa Cruz County and Bay Area residents, a controversial flight path over Soquel, Capitola and the Summit may be returning to its original ground track over Santa Cruz's Westside and the San Lorenzo Valley ridgeline as early as August 2018. Rep. Jimmy Panetta announced the timeline at a public Save Our Skies Santa Cruz County meeting Dec. 2, where he appeared with Santa Cruz County Supervisor John Leopold, who confirmed that Panetta made the statement.

Editorial, Dec. 10, 2017: The season of cheerful giving opportunities

For shopping. For family. For holiday parties, though this year of not tolerating unacceptable behavior, the alcohol probably won't be flowing.

Dominican Hospital parent to merge with Catholic system

SANTA CRUZ >> Dominican Hospital will become part of a 139-hospital system across 28 states next year, a change announced Thursday as Dominican's parent Dignity Health in San Francisco plans to merge with Catholic Health Initiatives of Englewood, Colorado, creating a $28 billion operation.

Coast Line: Documentary explores vetsa issues on Dec. 9 and Dec. 16

Vets 4 Vets is inviting the public to a screening of the documentary "Almost Sunrise," with a panel discussion after, on two days in December. From 4-7 p.m. on Dec. 9, the viewing and talk will take place at Cabrillo Community College's Samper Recital Hall in the lower campus, 6500 Soquel Drive, Aptos.

Santa Cruz jury finds shooter in 2011 Watsonville murder guilty

SANTA CRUZ >> A jury found 25-year-old former Watsonville man Cesar Rosales guilty Friday of a fatal 2011 gang-related drive by shooting. Rosales was a passenger in a car with fellow gang member and driver Miguel Rodriguez-Chavez, 29, when Gustavo Diaz Zaragoza, 19, of Prunedale, was shot and killed in a Main Street store parking lot in Watsonville on July 23, 2011.

Santa Cruz County begins install of $7.4 million in solar arrays

SANTA CRUZ >> Installation of eight solar arrays on Santa Cruz County facilities, including the Simpkins Swim Center and the County Governmental Center, began this week. The project is estimated to save the county $20 million in the next 20 years.

Man nonfatally stabbed in Freedom carjacking

FREEDOM >> An adult man was stabbed and left in a Green Valley Road parking lot early Friday after being robbed and his vehicle carjacked. The unidentified victim was taken to an area trauma center for treatment of multiple significant wounds after Watsonville police were called to the lot shortly before 6:30 a.m. Leading up to the stabbing, the victim was in a parking lot at 2010 Freedom Boulevard with his truck, according to police.

Parole denied for 1974 Santa Cruz convenience clerk slayer

SANTA CRUZ >> A 64-year-old man who murdered a Westside convenience store clerk more than four decades ago was denied parole this week. Barry Austin Brown, then 21, of Menlo Park, was sentenced to life in prison for three murders in Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties in 1974.

Measure H Pavement Striping Planned for Dec. 11 - " 29 in Santa...

City of Santa Cruz overlay pavement striping is scheduled for nine streets on various days Monday, Dec. 11, through Friday, Dec. 29. Speed bumps and detection loops are also planned for installation at two locations. Construction hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. except for California Street which begins at 7 a.m. Traffic control will be in effect at all locations.

Stressed-Out Narwhals Don't Know Whether to Freeze or Flee, Scientists Find

Scientists say this unusual reaction to human-induced stress might restrict blood flow to the brain and leave the whales addled. The narwhals swim hard and dive deep to escape after being released from a net, but at the same time their heart rates dramatically plummet, according to a newly published report in Science.

Narwhals suffer alarming stress from human interaction

Narwhals, nicknamed the "unicorns of the sea" because of their signature head tusks, exhibit an "alarming" response to human-caused stress that may lead to brain damage, researchers said Thursday. When fearful, narwhals swim away fast and deep, allowing their heart rates to drop from 60 beats per minute to three or four.

Former Dixon High staff member under investigation for sexual misconduct with a student in 1997

A former Dixon High School staff member is being investigated by police in connection with allegations of sexual misconduct with a student in 1997. Ned Hearn, now an assistant principal at San Lorenzo Valley High School, is on administrative leave.

Santa Cruz innovators track stormwater for cities

The 2ndNature team gathers on the West Cliff bridge in Santa Cruz for a company photo. The consulting firm launched a software platform for stormwater runoff information being used by 30 cities on the Central Coast and the Regional Water Quality Control Board.

Santa Cruz Metro bus fires, engine failures signal an aging fleet

Two Metro Santa Cruz buses suffered significant engine difficulties last month, highlighting the need to replace 62 of the aging vehicles. SANTA CRUZ >> Two passenger buses billowed smoke in two weeks - a signal that Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District's fleet is in dire need of an update, said Alex Clifford, CEO/general manager.

Trail-only option stays alive for Santa Cruz County rail corridor

SANTA CRUZ >> The question of what to do with Santa Cruz County's rail corridor is still up in the air, as transportation leaders kept alive a few possible scenarios for its future: including a trail-only option and others with local rail transit. At its regular meeting at the Board of Supervisors chambers Thursday, the Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission advanced four of six possible scenarios for further analysis, as part of the Unified Corridor Investment Study.

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