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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
Local Sports Teams:
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
Capturing stormwater and planning for Californiaa s future: Bob Hertzberg

California is in a fix. The climate is changing, the state's spring water supply - its snowpack - is gradually declining over time and we've entered a new era of endless cycles of drought.

Teenager missing in Salinas

Teenager missing in Salinas Leilani Gonzales was last seen on Wednesday near Central Park and never made it home. Check out this story on Leilani Gonzales was last seen on Wednesday, April 19, near Central Park at Homestead and Central avenues in Salinas, according to the Salinas Police Department.

Emergency womena s homeless shelter in Salinas to close

Salinas >> The Women Alive shelter located at Dorothy's Place in Chinatown will close its doors by the end of April, leaving unaccompanied women without walk-in emergency shelter services in Monterey County unless it can raise $50,000 by the end of the month. "There are no program problems, it's just a matter of not enough resources coming in in our first three months," said Jill Allen, the executive director of Franciscan Workers of Junipero Serra, which operates the shelter.

Jeff Mitchell: Dorothy's needs help

Jeff Mitchell: Dorothy's needs help A successful program at Dorothy's Place in Chinatown designed to assist exclusively homeless women will be shut down. Check out this story on A successful program at Dorothy's Place in Chinatown designed to assist exclusively homeless women will be shut down for a few months April 30 due to a snafu with state grant funding.

California rains muddy farm fields, higher vegetable prices soak shoppers

Record rains are a double-edged sword for California's Salinas Valley: While the recent deluge virtually ended the state's historic drought, it also created muddy, unworkable fields - sending prices for everything from kale to cauliflower soaring. The famed agricultural region just south of Silicon Valley is usually a springtime sea of green vegetables.

Salinas homeless man acquitted of murder charges

Salinas >> A homeless man accused of murdering another homeless man over $20 in the Chinatown neighborhood of Salinas has been acquitted of second-degree murder and felony assault charges, but convicted of misdemeanor battery. Benjamin Mboso, 46, was acquitted of the more serious charges in the death of 49-year-old Brian Todd by a jury on April 14, according to the Monterey County Public Defender's office.

Dissolving waste into wonders

Walk out of a restaurant with leftovers and you're likely carrying styrofoam containers with plastic utensils and straws. All of which could end up in a landfill or the ocean.

High demolition costs dash dreams of a women's shelter in Chinatown.

The March 18 fire was accidentally started by a homeless man who made a makeshift cooking pit in a ventilation opening on the sidewalk. The March 18 fire was accidentally started by a homeless man who made a makeshift cooking pit in a ventilation opening on the sidewalk.

Judge gives attorney in murder case more time to prepare

The Superior Court judge presiding over the case of one of the suspects charged in the murder of a Honduran national gave the attorneys representing him more time on Wednesday to continue preparing the case. When asked to provide an update on the status of the case, attorney Ray Vacca of the Yuma County Public Defender's Office, informed the court that he is writing two new motions, which he expects to file next week, and has completed several witness interviews.

Salinas chooses developers to build new police station

SALINAS >> City officials have selected a team of builders, architects and civic-space designers to build a new police station in Salinas. The Salinas City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to approve the joint proposal of Griffin Structures and Swinerton Builders, along with architects LPA Inc., to design and build what officials are calling the Salinas Public Safety Center.

Man sentenced for shooting wife, her cousin and killing her aunt, uncle in Monterey County

A Garden Grove man who confronted his wife and her relatives in the parking lot of a government office in Salinas in 2015 and shot them, was sentenced for double murder and attempted murders. Samuel Ejaz, 51, received two life terms without the possibility of parole, plus four additional life terms for the two murders and two attempted murders occurring at the Social Security office in Salinas, all with the use of a semi-automatic handgun according to a Monterey County District Attorney Office press release.

Hartnell administrators gets statewide award

SALINAS >> Jaqueline Cruz, vice president of advancement and development for Hartnell College, has been chosen to receive a 2017 Latina Advocate Award by Hispanas Organized for Political Equality, a non-profit advocacy organization based in Los Angeles. Cruz, 37, was nominated by Assemblywoman Anna Caballero and chosen for the work she's been doing in the community for more than two decades, beginning with her participation in the non-profit sector.

Man gets life in prison for Blanco Circle murders

Man gets life in prison for Blanco Circle murders Samuel Ejaz opened fire in a Blanco Circle parking lot, killing two and wounding two others. Check out this story on A man who killed two after opening fire on his estranged wife and her family members in a Salinas parking lot has been sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison, according to the Monterey County District Attorney's Office.

Salinas is spending $250,000 on Forbes agtech summit

Salinas is spending $250,000 on Forbes agtech summit This city's investment is a 7.75% increase from the roughly $232,133 it spent in 2016 Check out this story on From left, John Hartnett, of SVG Partners, Ray Corpuz, Salinas city manager, and moderator Dennis Donohue share their insights in the "Reinventing Salinas" panel at the 2016 Forbes AgSummit on Thursday. The Forbes AgTech Summit that will be hosted in Salinas for a third consecutive year keeps gaining momentum when it comes to investment and attendance.

Salinas double homicide gunman sentenced

A man unhappy with the control he lost on his wife and who opened fire, killing two of his wife's relatives outside the Salinas Social Security office in 2015 has now been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Monterey County prosecutors say Samuel Ejaz, a naturalized citizen from Pakistan, was attempting to kill his estranged wife after she left him, following controlling behavior where he tried to dictate what type of job she could have, the freedom to leave and return home as well as the manner of greeting him on his return home from work.

Celebrating Easter in Salinas

Celebrating Easter in Salinas Joining people around the world, residents observe one of Christianity's most important days. Check out this story on Showering congregants with holy water, Deacon Rick Gutierrez of Sacred Heart Church in Salinas begins the 9:00 AM Mass on Easter Sunday.

Scores of medical pot permit applications could produce millions of pounds of bud in Monterey County

Salinas >> A wave of green-tinged medical marijuana use-permit applications has flooded Monterey County with the potential to establish millions of square feet of grow space and millions of pounds of raw product. In all, 76 use-permit applications have been submitted thus far, most of them seeking permission to grow thousands of square feet of marijuana in existing greenhouse sites and other indoor areas in the unincorporated parts of the county, as required by the county's medical marijuana regulations, with the rest asking for the county's OK to operate dispensaries and engage in manufacturing.

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