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Feds raid Santa Cruz residence

Agents from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security conducted a raid on a Santa Cruz residence early Friday morning as part of an “ongoing criminal investigation,” DHS spokesman Richard Rocha said.

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Dead body found on Manresa Beach

Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating after a woman’s body was found on Manresa Beach Friday morning.

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Commission approves drive-thru Starbucks

The Watsonville Planning Commission approved a drive-thru Starbucks in the Watsonville Square Shopping Center Tuesday, one of two such coffee shops in the works for the city.

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Woman arrested for vandalism, crime spree

Watsonville Police on Wednesday arrested a woman for an alleged 40-minute crime and vandalism spree that included breaking religious statues in two stores, toppling a 15-foot crucifix in a church and stealing roses and a soda.

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Rain hammers Central Coast

Pounding rain, mixed with lightning and a few blasts of thunder, drifted over the Central Coast Thursday.

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Linking students through their good deeds

The students at Mintie White Elementary School spent the past two weeks performing acts of kindness for their friends and family. They then wrote each of these acts upon a strip of paper, which became the link in a chain in their classrooms.

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Report of possible gun puts school on lockdown

Watsonville Police shut down Blackburn Street Friday after they got a call about a man with a gun.

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Feds raid Santa Cruz residence

Agents from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security conducted a raid on a Santa Cruz residence early Friday morning as part of an “ongoing criminal investigation,” DHS spokesman Richard Rocha said.

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Man killed by falling tree on Hwy. 17, 10 vehicles involved

One man was killed on Highway 17 Thursday when a falling tree struck his vehicle, California Highway Patrol officer Sam Courtney said.

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County launches intervention team

The Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday heard a report on a new program created to help some of the county’s most recalcitrant criminals.

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