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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
Santa Cruz cyclists are highly prone to wrecks, according to report

SANTA CRUZ >> Santa Cruz cyclists are at considerable risk of getting in wrecks, according to a new traffic safety report. From 2010 to 2015, wrecks with cyclists represented 36 percent of Santa Cruz's roughly 1,500 traffic accidents.

Medical board asks court to suspend Santa Cruz surgeona s license amid child-sex case

SANTA CRUZ >> Accused child molester and Santa Cruz brain surgeon James Kohut is in jail but has the legal right to practice medicine if released, according to court documents filed by the Medical Board of California. The board, which issues, suspends and revokes medical licenses in California, fears the 57 year old could pose a "danger to the public health, safety and welfare if allowed to continue to practice medicine," wrote Emily Brinkman, the deputy attorney general of the Medical Board of California.

Quick Bites: Ulterior to close Saturday, May 27

Santa Cruz >> After 15 months, Ulterior, the restaurant operating out of the kitchen at Motiv, will cease operations Saturday, May 27. Run by Tighe Melville and chef Zachary Mazi, the restaurant began as LionFish SupperClub, throwing private dinners for the first nine months before moving into the Santa Cruz Food Lounge, where it had a weekly popup featuring foods from around the world. It became Ulterior and took up operations above Motive in February 2016.

Visions of Transit on the Rail Corridor

CFST will host this forum on June 3rd at 10:30am at the Resource Center for Nonviolence, 612 Ocean St. in Santa Cruz and on June 17 in Watsonville. The purpose of this forum is to boost support for preserving the option of transit on the rail line.

Capitola lingerie thieves lead police agencies on high noon chase

CAPITOLA >> Four women suspected of stealing thousands of dollars of lingerie from the Capitola Mall were arrested on Highway 17 Monday after leading California Highway Patrol and three other law enforcement agencies on a series of chases with speeds exceeding 100 mph. Capitola Police responded to the Capitola Mall for a report of a burglary at Victoria's Secret at 11:34 a.m., according to Capitola Police Sgt.

Letter: Traffic study no longer relevant to Corridor Plan

If you travel on our streets, you know that traffic is a problem. The Corridor Plan, part of the Santa Cruz City General Plan, has proposed several areas which would allow high density zoning, multi-use housing on the streets where we have heavy traffic - Soquel Avenue, Water Street, Ocean Street and Mission Boulevard.

Helicopter used to forecast saltwater intrusion in Santa Cruz County

Soquel Creek Water District workers check out the 3,700 square-foot electronic sensoring device - which will be towed by a helicopter - that Santa Cruz Mid-County Groundwater agency is using to map saltwater intrusion into underground aquifers. APTOS >> Emerging from the heavy fog with a staccato roar, a low-flying helicopter lowered a nearly 3,700-square-foot fiberglass frame onto Seascape Park Monday morning.

Santa Cruz County supervisors to review jail reform recommendations

Inmates are led into an area of Santa Cruz County Main Jail where they are assembled to be transported for court appearances. SANTA CRUZ >> A study exploring Santa Cruz County jail bookings and the daily inmate population points to eight "promising opportunities" to address overcrowding issues and the revolving door for people who repeatedly cycle in and out of jail.

End Santa Cruz City Manager Martin Bernal's Cruel War On Those Without Housing

END SANTA CRUZ CITY MANAGER MARTIN BERNAL'S CRUEL WAR ON THOSE WITHOUT HOUSING Join us Tuesday, May 23rd at Santa Cruz City Hall - 809 Center Street,Santa Cruz, California 95060 - Dinner at 4:00 PM Sleep-out all night. - END THE BAN ON SLEEPING OUTSIDE FROM 11PM TO 8:30AM - Call City Manager Martin Bernal at 831-420-5010 or email him at mbernal [at] cityofsantacruz.com - - Santa Cruz Manager, Martin Bernal made a number of policy changes that are having a tragic impact on those without housing.

New dates set for Santa Cruz man accused in child-sex case

Accused child molester Shawn Michael Cox, 21, will appear in Santa Cruz County Superior Court June 1 to petition for his release after he allegedly had sex with 14- and 16-year-old girls, according to court documents. Cox, who lives in Santa Cruz, has pleaded not guilty to seven felonies: two charges of forced copulation; penetration with an object; possession of obscene material depicting a minor; use of obscene material; unlawful intercourse; and sex by force with a 14 year old, according to court documents.

Is Open Streets a glimpse into Watsonvillea s bike-friendly future?

Matt Meyer of Santa Cruz displays his Bike Trials skills at Open Streets Watsonville Sunday. WATSONVILLE >> Fred Niven of Fresno stood in the middle of the street and watched his granddaughter carve long swooping turns through both lanes on her scooter.

Guelaguetza becomes an official Santa Cruz tradition

LIVE OAK >> Born of an Azteca spirit of community and a spring ritual to honor the gods of the field for their generosity, Vive Oaxaca Guelaguetza has transformed into a uniquely Santa Cruz ritual of pride and identity over the past 12 years. On Sunday, more than 4,000 gathered in Harbor High's football field to celebrate Oaxaca and on a day Santa Cruz Mayor Cynthia Chase proclaimed as Senderos Vive Oaxaca Day.

Letter: Krohn doesna t represent interests of Santa Cruz

On May 9 Santa Cruz councilmember Krohn praised the students who took over UCSC's Kerr Hall during a meeting of the city council. As reported by the Sentinel , these students were not "peaceful" in that they absolutely terrorized the staff working in Kerr Hall at the time.

Praiseworthy: Grateful for a safe place for my children to play

Kudos to Patrice Keet and her hard-working band of employees and volunteers who created and sustain the Santa Cruz Children's Museum of Discovery . Located in the Capitola Mall, on 41st Avenue, it is open every day and entrance fees are reasonable.

Barbara Lyons: Look to the past for current planning

It seems that 716 Darwin St. has become the poster child for our government's plan for the densification of residences and sustainable development, but not affordable housing in the case of the Darwin Street building at least. Three weeks ago a reader wrote to describe the "monstrosity" that had sprung up on Darwin Street, much to the dismay of the neighbors.

Debora Wade: More property owners, fewer rights

If you own a property in Santa Cruz, you have a right to build on that property, as long as your project complies with zoning and planning codes. However, if your property is owned by multiple owners, then you have fewer rights, especially if one of your co-owners submits a project without your approval.

Focal Point: Digging for a Pool

The Santa Cruz Junior Chamber of Commerce began fundraising for a community swimming pool in 1953. Not until 1957 was Harvey West Park chosen as the site.

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