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Beer Mule opens in Watsonville

The owners of Beer Mule were hoping for an easy “soft opening” when they announced their first night via Instagram on Saturday.

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‘A dream come true:’ Watsonville police officer achieves life goal

New Watsonville Police Officer Collin Travers started his first week of solo patrol.

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Daniel Cesar Cabrera

Daniel Cesar Cabrera, 25, passed away unexpectedly on March 5, 2019.

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CHP: 30-mile DUI pursuit leads from Capitola to Monterey County

California Highway Patrol officers on Tuesday arrested a Monterey woman after a 30-mile pursuit down Highway 1 that ended when her minivan became stuck, and she climbed in the back to drink a bottle of cognac, CHP Officer Sam Courtney said.

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Man arrested for DUI after injuring three

A Santa Cruz man was arrested Saturday night after allegedly injuring three pedestrians while driving drunk, California Highway Patrol officer Julieta Trenado said.

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Soroptimist International awards $11K to local women

Soroptimist International of Watsonville presented four local women with Live Your Dream awards at their annual award dinner on March 18 at the California Grill in Watsonville.

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Judge rejects challenge to rail provider

A Santa Cruz County Superior Court judge on Friday rejected a legal challenge to an earlier decision by the Regional Transportation Commission to enter an agreement with a rail operator to operate on the tracks that run from Watsonville to Davenport.

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Four injured when unlicensed teen crashes car

Four people were injured — one of them seriously — when an unlicensed teen driver lost control and crashed after striking three other vehicles Friday morning, Santa Cruz Police spokeswoman Joyce Blaschke said.

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Santa Cruz Symphony hosts Outreach Concerts for students

Children gasped and called out excitedly as the Santa Cruz Symphony played the first notes of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 at the Henry J. Mello Center on Tuesday morning.

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Panelists to discuss the future of democracy

With partisan politics in Washington dividing the nation, leaders from both sides of the political spectrum will sit down and talk about the state of the country and how to move forward during the return of “Saving Democracy.”

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