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Santa Cruz's Nat Young, ranked No. 29 on the World Surf League's Championship Tour, faces No. 13 Frederico Morais of Portugal in Heat 6 of... [Read More]
The Cabrillo College football team got off to hot start against host Hartnell in Salinas on Saturday night, but the offense didn't hold up.The Seahawks... [Read More]
The Harbor High football team had the right game plan going into Saturday afternoon's Mission Trail Athletic League Costal Division match against visiting Marina. But... [Read More]
Santa Cruz County received complaints since the 1990s about hazards - junk vehicles, fuel tanks, an illegal residence, an unpermitted structure - on property where... [Read More]
Habitat restoration at places like Elkhorn Slough or Watsonville's wetlands involve restoring beneficial or native plants. It's hard work. Imagine, then, the difficulty of such... [Read More]
Around 30 people got together on Saturday morning in the Louden Nelson Community Center to hear about the hardships facing farmworkers and their families in... [Read More]
You could say Jeannie Asher won the housing lottery in Santa Cruz.Asher, who grew up here and raised her family here, moved to Oregon because... [Read More]
I applaud SCPD Chief Mills' brave decision to not arrest homeless people for violating the camping ban by sleeping outside (without a complaint from the... [Read More]
Enforcing the camping ban is not a solution. All enforcement does is move disruptions from one place to the next, overburden our justice system, and... [Read More]
To those advocating for strict police enforcement of the sleeping ban still on the books in Santa Cruz: Do you really think arresting and processing... [Read More]
As a lifelong Democrat I heartily agree with George Will's Commentary in the Thursday, Oct. 19 edition. My understanding is a third of Democrat party... [Read More]
In Santa Cruz it is fashionable to bash Trump. The left refuse to give him any credit, no matter how much he earns it. Case... [Read More]
It was a pooch parade as the dogs of Monterey Bay Training Club, donning their spookiest attire, strutted their stuff for residents of Sunshine Villa... [Read More]
DOMINICAN HOSPITALSoto: Oct. 4, 5:57 a.m., to Maricela Sanchez Pintor and Gustavo Soto Carbajal, Santa Cruz, a 4-pound 15-ounce boy, Izaac GustavoLongoria: Oct. 7, 1:21... [Read More]
Highway 1 was shut down for a mile north of Western Boulevard while Santa Cruz and Cal Fire crews doused a roughly quarter-mile wildfire that... [Read More]
Some people assume that sibling rivalry occurs primarily in single parent homes, homes where parents are overworked and exhausted or in homes with older parents.... [Read More]
It was my birthday Oct. 1, 1987. The marching band was on the football field practicing a halftime show. At 7:42 a.m., a 5.9 magnitude... [Read More]
Domestic violence tallyOctober is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Each day, the Sentinel will document the domestic violence calls in Santa Cruz County received by emergency... [Read More]
California has seen its share of deadly and destructive wildland fires. The recent Sonoma and Napa county fires are by far the worst in modern... [Read More]
MS-13 is terrorizing Santa Cruz and other cities around the country, and U.S. officials have taken notice, with many calling for increased deportations and stronger... [Read More]