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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.
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
Man fatally shot in Chinatown area of Salinas
Salinas >> Robert Sanchez, 52, was found fatally shot by officers in a tent in Chinatown on Thursday afternoon, police said. The Shotspotter system alerted police to two shots fired in the area of Soledad and Lake streets at 12:21 p.m. Officers arrived to find Sanchez suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.Flood watch issued for Salinas Valley
Flood watch issued for Salinas Valley Those living in areas prone to flooding should be prepared to take action if flooding happens. Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/2mdhj4r Under a sunny sky, ducks take advantage of unusually high water to expand their feeding grounds in the Carr Lake watershed.Monterey County storm damage could approach $35 million
Caltrans engineers evaluate storm damage near a large crack on the Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge on Highway 1 in Big Sur on Wednesday February 22, 2017. A California State Parks vehicle passes a road close sign on Hurricane Point above heavy landslides in Big Sur on Wednesday February 22, 2017.Recycled water project gets Planning Commission OK after last-minute issues threaten delay
Salinas >> A proposed recycled water project was unanimously approved by the county Planning Commission on Wednesday, but only after surviving last-minute questions over fire response and the need for a building permit that project backers said could have resulted in missing a key Carmel River pumping cutback order milestone. Wednesday's hearing was set to consider the Monterey Regional Water Pollution Control Agency's bid for design approval of a proposed advanced water treatment plant, along with a grading permit and an amended use permit to allow the plant to operate on a 5.7-acre site north of Marina near where an existing treatment plant and the Marina landfill are located.Bolsa Knolls neighborhood cleaning up after flood
Salinas >> Evacuations were lifted for the Bolsa Knolls area just north of Salinas on Tuesday morning after the Santa Rita Creek overflowed its banks Monday forcing some residents of this small enclave to flee their homes. But most residents of the area in unincorporated Monterey County were in mop-up mode as the waterway began receding on Tuesday.5 rescued from swollen creek as storms pummel California
A man walks through floodwaters Monday, Feb. 20, 2017, in Salinas, Calif. Forecasters issued flash flood warnings Monday throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and elsewhere in Northern California as downpours swelled creeks and rivers in the already soggy region.Salinas votes no on Sanctuary City
Salinas votes no on Sanctuary City resolution Davis, Barrera and De La Rosa were the only ones in favor of the largely symbolic status Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/2ltMIfI With many Salinas residents fearful and anxious about the impact of President Trump's executive orders on immigration, the issue of whether Salinas would become a sanctuary city has been a critical part of the local discussion. Tuesday night the issue was at the forefront at the City Council meeting.Police ID Salinas homicide victim
Officers responded to a call of gunshot victim on the 300 block of Cross Avenue at 10:30 p.m. They found Garcia with multiple gunshot wounds and gave him CPR, but Garcia was pronounced dead at the scene. Lopez resided in the area and police say he was smoking a cigarette alone near his home prior to the shooting.Man, woman shot in Salinas Friday
Man, woman shot in Salinas Friday The suspect noticed the woman driving away and shot at her vehicle with a child inside. Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/2m5qmnQ Someone shot at a man as well as a vehicle fleeing the area with a woman and child in northeast Salinas on Friday night.Dozens rescued from rising waters in San Jose neighbourhood
Residents walk down a flooded road on Monday, Feb. 20, 2017, in Salinas, Calif. Forecasters issued flash flood warnings Monday throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and elsewhere in Northern California as downpours swelled creeks and rivers in the already soggy region.Storm brings record rainfall, gusts up to 199 mph and flooding to Northern California
Power Outage Update via PG & E website Power returns to some customers, Prunedale, Elkhorn areas still largely without Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/2loltD1 Although crews from PG & E have worked continuously to restore power, sheered off poles in Prunedale and continuously falling branches everywhere are hampering the effort. Progress within Salinas and Corral de Tierra are slowly improving, but a significant number of customers are still without power.Evacuations ordered amid heavy Northern California rain
Evacuations were ordered in Central California on Monday and flash-flood warnings were issued elsewhere as downpours swelled creeks and rivers to troubling levels in the already soggy region. People living along a section of the Carmel River in Monterey County were told to leave, as were those in a neighbourhood of Salinas near Santa Rita Creek and a few people in rural Royal Oaks, where a mudslide encroached on a home.Evacuation underway in Salinas; Flash flood warnings issued for
Salinas firefighters began evacuating homes in the Bolsa Knolls neighborhood near Russell Road and San Juan Grade Road just after 11 a.m. Monday. Santa Rita Creek rapidly reached its peak as unrelenting rain pounded Salinas.Carmel Valley, North Salinas residents ordered to evacuate due to flooding.
With more rain in the forecast this afternoon and evening, Carmel Valley residents who live along the Carmel River are ordered to evacuate, "as quickly as possible" according to a Monterey County announcement. The low-lying area that might be affected extends from communities along the river from the Los Padres Dam to Mission Fields.PHOTOS: Heavy storms lead to flooding, power outages and evacuations in Salinas.
Residents of Denner Road in Salinas stand next to a kayak they use for traveling around the neighborhood during floods. Residents in the 100 block of East Bolivar Street in Salinas awoke Monday to a few feet of water steadily rising as heavy storms continued to pound the Salinas Valley after starting late Sunday night.On 75th anniversary, Watsonville remembers Japanese internment
WATSONVILLE >> On the 75th anniversary of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Executive Order 9066 , which would send 120,000 people of Japanese ancestry - mostly Americans - to internment camps, members of the Santa Cruz County community gathered at Watsonville City Plaza Sunday evening to remember and to say, "never again." Holding memorial candles and wearing replica identification tags similar to those worn by Japanese-Americans when they were processed for the camps, the crowd listened as community leaders invoked memories of the World War II-era civil injustices and warned of unsettling similarities to current U.S. events.
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