The Santa Cruz Puma Project recently published data showing that human development is changing puma behavior. Researchers continue to collect data with hopes of conserving puma habitat.
I have a deep respect and admiration for plants, whether they are potted, wild or gardened. Plants often remind me how to exist dependently and independently simultaneously — they appear to live effortlessly. I have an interest in plants native to Santa Cruz County because they are experts at surviving and flourishing in the county’s [...]
The City of Santa Cruz lost two police officers on Feb. 26. This is the first time in history a Santa Cruz police officer has been killed in the line of duty.
Boardwalk tradition raises tens of thousands for good cause
Discussion erupts on how to make Santa Cruz better considering the amount of used needles found littering residential areas, and balancing this with a need for a needle exchange in the city.
Displaying tombstones with names of civilians killed by drone strikes and carrying signs with slogans like “Mr. President: Stop Killing Children,” protesters gathered on Monday to express their misgivings about the American drone program and the key role Pres. Obama plays in it.
The city’s response to a robbery at the Food Bin, and a general spike in recent crime.
A string of shootings have occurred in the last week across Santa Cruz. Read here for all the details.
After starting the Follow Your Heart Action Network, Curtis Reliford has been on a mission bringing help to those who need it. Read here for all the details.
While Valentine’s Day generally conjures up images of happy couples and romantic proposals, for some the holiday represents something else entirely: the beginning of the suicide season on the Central Coast.