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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

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Coast Line: Designer wholesale show set Dec. 1 in Santa Cruz

Palo Alto Medical Foundation Sutter Health of Santa Cruz will host a pre-holiday wholesale show with designers Cynthia Chow and Deborah Cross 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 1 at 2200 Soquel Ave. The event includes free admission and valet parking donated by Corinthian Parking and Transportation. Items for sale consist of blouses, jackets and pants at wholesale prices.

Assessing the fire threat in Santa Cruz County

As the state's wildfire threat forged devastation the second consecutive year and extended the fire season toward winter, almost daily flare-ups in Santa Cruz County have toppled tall heat-resistant timber, injured five firefighters and sent crews scrambling to contain more than 30 burnt acres since Nov. 1. From late October to early November, the Cal Fire San Mateo-Santa Cruz Unit responded to 25 vegetation fires; the latest on Sunday sent crews to the 2-acre Buzzard Fire that started 2:30 a.m. Sunday near Eureka Canyon in Corralitos near Buzzard Lagoon Road in Nisene Marks, Division Chief Jonathan Cox said. A falling tree struck two firefighters, and another firefighter was wounded in the effort.

Two men found dead in Santa Cruz over the weekend

Two unrelated cases involving deaths that were not suspicious but happened in public areas spurred investigations in Santa Cruz during the weekend, police said. Shortly after 3 p.m. Sunday, police and paramedics found Ernest Nash, 73, of no known address unconscious in his vehicle at Gateway Plaza, police spokeswoman Joyce Blaschke said.

City, police department settle Arlt suit for $1.6M

The city reached a $1.6 million settlement to resolve a suit by relatives of Sean Arlt, whom police shot and killed in the Westside while investigating a disturbance call more than two years ago. The settlement drops claims of liability against the city and Santa Cruz Police Department in the deadly officer-involved shooting Oct. 16, 2016, after police were called to the home at the 200 block of Chace Street regarding a man "pounding" on a man's front door, authorities have said.

CCS Girls Cross Country: Santa Cruz's Lila Roake, Watsonville's Layla Ruiz stay on path to state

Lila Roake didn't have a gold medal hanging around her neck following Sunday's Central Coast Section Cross Country Championships. But, she didn't have a heavy conscious either.

Coast Line: Osher Lifelong Learning Institute meeting set for Nov. 18 at UCSC

The November Osher Lifelong Learning Institute meeting features two speakers from 10 a.m. to noon Sunday at the College Nine and Ten Multipurpose Room at UC Santa Cruz. Distinguished Professor Susan Strome and doctorate student Chad Cockrum will speak on the topic titled "Personalized Genomics - A Glimpse into '23andMe.'

Santa Cruz murderer Stewart Skuba sentenced to life in prison without parole

One of two men convicted in the murder of Los Angeles businessman Elias Sorokin was sentenced Thursday to life in prison. Judge Paul Marigonda sentenced Stewart Law Skuba, 34, to spend the rest of his life behind bars without the possibility of parole on the murder conviction as well as robbery.

Beached birds may be victims of red tide

Wildlife experts suspect an algae bloom in Monterey Bay is responsible for the recent beaching and death of dozens of seabirds. David Jessup, a veterinarian with the state Department of Fish and Game, said test results show a mysterious substance that turned up on hundreds of ailing birds along the shores of Monterey and Santa Cruz counties is not a fish, vegetable or petroleum oil, but rather a surfactant protein.

Haley Jones postpones college announcement

Santa Cruz's Haley Jones, competing above this summer at the FIBA U17 World Cup in Minsk, Belarus, is the No. 1 player in the nation, according to the 2019 ESPN HoopGurlz rankings.

Dan Haifley, Our Ocean Backyard: Lighthouse lighting precedes Lighted Boat Parade

The holiday lights at the Derek Walton Lighthouse's at the Santa Cruz Harbor will be switched on at 5:30 p.m. Dec. 1, then the 33rd annual Lighted Boat Parade will get underway. What will be different this year is the kickoff to the boat parade, when the Walton Lighthouse will have its holiday lights switched on for the first time.

Name Dropping | Steering to success

Five schools were recently given trophies for their fundraising success in the 2018 Drive for Schools. Sponsored by the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, Toyota of Santa Cruz, and Subaru of Santa Cruz, 100 schools raised a total of $702,000 in the five-week-long event.

Re: Updated: Tony Thurmond Wins State Schools Chief Contest

East Bay Assemblymember Tony Thurmond has defeated charter school advocate Marshall Tuck in the state superintendent of public instruction contest. As of this evening, Thurmond led 50.8 percent to 49.2 percent .

Steve Kettmann, Cruzin': Farr shows his photographic side

Some of Sam Farr's photographs, now on display outside of the R. Blitzer Gallery in Santa Cruz, have such emotional power, seeing them the first time at a Wednesday evening reception I got choked up. Farr's photographic style has none of the wide sweep of the classic nature photography of his mentor, Ansel Adams, but it is precisely because Farr's pictures have a casual, intimate, snapshot feel that they reveal a way of seeing - a way of seeing that brings people together in a spirit of hope.

CNA welcomes growth of activism, expanded opportunities for...

With much of the national focus on changing control of the House in the wake of the midterm elections last week, the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United highlighted what may be the most significant, and lasting election development-ongoing momentum for grassroots activism, especially on the critical issue of health care. Nationally, NNU called the election results a rebuke to the corporate agenda, especially on health care - reflected in multiple House races, and in the election of candidates who reflect the diversity of the nation, and said the new House majority should serve as a brake to some of the worst abuses on worker's rights and public protections.

Major downtown Santa Cruz housing project advances

The Santa Cruz Planning Commission unanimously endorsed permit and design approvals for a six-story project Thursday that would combine seven parcels and wrap around the corner at Front Street, Laurel Street and Pacific Avenue. The Santa Cruz City Council is due to conduct a final review and approval of the Devcon Construction Inc. development, represented by Owen Lawlor, as early as its Dec. 11 meeting.

Melissa Murphy: Please leave a message at the beach

I would have never thought that this Louisiana-born, Texas-raised girl would end up in California, much less Santa Cruz. My journalism career has taken me on many adventures, but none quite like this.

Wildfire in Santa Cruz Mountains forces evacuations

The blaze, called the Bear Fire, currently stretches over 25 acres and is burning east of Middleton Drive, according to Cal Fire. The agency's Twitter account for the Santa Cruz area noted that the fire has extended into the surrounding vegetation at Bear Creek Road and Mayfair Road.

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