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The Monterey County Herald
Editorial, Feb. 25, 2018: More bad news for cities, counties on public pensionshave publicly complained that fee hikes from the pension fund are “crowding out
The Monterey County Herald / Posted an hour ago
have publicly complained that fee hikes from the pension fund are “crowding out” other spending priorities. The city of Santa Cruz, for instance, expects its annual payment to CAlPERS to go from $16 million to $32 million by 2025. Santa Cruz... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Editorial, Feb. 25, 2018: More bad news for cities, counties on public pensionshave publicly complained that fee hikes from the pension fund are “crowding out
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted an hour ago
have publicly complained that fee hikes from the pension fund are “crowding out” other spending priorities. The city of Santa Cruz, for instance, expects its annual payment to CAlPERS to go from $16 million to $32 million by 2025. Santa Cruz... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Second Amendment engenders violencethat our Bill of Rights allows them to make and market machines that kill and m
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted an hour ago
that our Bill of Rights allows them to make and market machines that kill and maim other human beings? — Jack Bowers, Santa Cruz The Sentinel welcomes your letters to the editor. Letters should be short, no more than 150 words. We do not... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Sentinel should apologize for gun ad in papersomehow, I would like to see an apology for your lack of concern. Why is it alw
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted an hour ago
somehow, I would like to see an apology for your lack of concern. Why is it always about the money? — Joy Parker, Santa Cruz The Sentinel welcomes your letters to the editor. Letters should be short, no more than 150 words. We do not... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Assessing the GOP tax overhaul plando to our overall cost of living? I know the GOP is hoping we don’t ask until a
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted an hour ago
do to our overall cost of living? I know the GOP is hoping we don’t ask until after the next election. — Gregory Hoffmann, Santa Cruz The Sentinel welcomes your letters to the editor. Letters should be short, no more than 150 words. We do not... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Pleasure Point open house had contrived resultsPoint want a similar high-density tower of building canyons along Portola Drive
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted an hour ago
Point want a similar high-density tower of building canyons along Portola Drive. The results reported recently in the Santa Cruz Sentinel from the previous meeting gave percentages that showed people liked the density, when the real... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Arming teachers in nobody’s best interesttraining. Reacting after an assault takes place is just that, reactionary. Let
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted an hour ago
training. Reacting after an assault takes place is just that, reactionary. Let our teachers teach. — Nels Pete Pearson, Santa Cruz The Sentinel welcomes your letters to the editor. Letters should be short, no more than 150 words. We do not... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Trio falls short of placing at CIF State Girls Wrestling ChampionshipsCenter on Saturday. Just falling short of medalist honors were Scotts Valley s
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 4 hours ago
Center on Saturday. Just falling short of medalist honors were Scotts Valley senior Gabby Sandoval (116 pounds), Santa Cruz freshman Greta Gustafson (116) and Watsonville senior Gianna Mosqueda (143). Mosqueda, a Central Coast Section... Read more
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BikeRadar
Cannondale Trigger 3 reviewstem), while you sit on a nice Fabric saddle atop a TransX dropper that’s essen
BikeRadar / Posted 17 hours ago
stem), while you sit on a nice Fabric saddle atop a TransX dropper that’s essentially the same as the Race Face post on the Santa Cruz and the JD on the Saracen.Cannondale Trigger 3 ride impressions The Trigger feels hesitant and short of... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Second-year G League guard Damion Lee earns his stripes with Team USA call-upSanta Cruz Warriors guard Damion Lee finds a crease against the South Bay Laker
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
Santa Cruz Warriors guard Damion Lee finds a crease against the South Bay Lakers earlier this month. (Dan Coyro -- Santa Cruz Sentinel file) When Damion Lee first saw basketball players with “USA” emblazoned across the front of their jerseys he was... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Team USA crushes Cuba in FIBA Americas World Cup qualifier in Santa Cruzthe ball as he tries to get past Cuba’s Jasiel Rivero Fernandez during their Wo
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 18 hours ago
the ball as he tries to get past Cuba’s Jasiel Rivero Fernandez during their World Cup qualifying match Friday night in Santa Cruz. (Dan Coyro -- Santa Cruz Sentinel) SANTA CRUZ >> The Cubans are known for their cigars. But it was the Americans... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Second-year G League guard Damion Lee earns his stripes with Team USA call-upSanta Cruz Warriors guard Damion Lee finds a crease against the South Bay Laker
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 18 hours ago
Santa Cruz Warriors guard Damion Lee finds a crease against the South Bay Lakers earlier this month. (Dan Coyro -- Santa Cruz Sentinel file) When Damion Lee first saw basketball players with “USA” emblazoned across the front of their jerseys he was... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Team USA crushes Cuba in FIBA Americas World Cup qualifier in Santa Cruzteam had fans in the stands for their game against the USA team Friday night in
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 19 hours ago
team had fans in the stands for their game against the USA team Friday night in Kaiser Permanente Arena. (Dan Coyro -- Santa Cruz Sentinel) SANTA CRUZ >> The Cubans are known for their cigars. But it was the Americans who were smoking on the... Read more
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New York Daily News
US remains unbeaten in Basketball World Cup qualifyingSANTA CRUZ, Calif. (AP) — Rodney Purvis scored 14 points, Xavier Silas had 13 a
New York Daily News / Posted 20 hours ago
SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (AP) — Rodney Purvis scored 14 points, Xavier Silas had 13 and sparked the Americans' strong start, and the U.S. beat Cuba 84-48 on Friday night to remain unbeaten in qualifying for the 2019 Basketball World Cup. The Americans... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Scotts Valley wrestler Gabby Sandoval suffers loss in quarters; still has shot at placing at state meetmatches in each of the 14 weight classes beginning at 6 p.m. Sandoval — the be
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 22 hours ago
matches in each of the 14 weight classes beginning at 6 p.m. Sandoval — the became the first female to ever win a Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League title two years and repeat as champion last year — elected to not compete in this year’s... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
’17 champ Abel Pena misses weightwho took fourth at 132 a year ago, sophomore Eddie Zamora (126) and freshmen Am
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 22 hours ago
who took fourth at 132 a year ago, sophomore Eddie Zamora (126) and freshmen Amit Klair (106) and Christian Cabuag (113). Santa Cruz County qualified 10 wrestlers for the quarterfinals. Competition resumes Saturday at 10 a.m. with the... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Saturday, Sunday4 p.m., San Rafael COLLEGE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Fresno Pacific at Dominican: 2
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 23 hours ago
4 p.m., San Rafael COLLEGE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Fresno Pacific at Dominican: 2 p.m., San Rafael COLLEGE WOMEN’S TENNIS UC Santa Cruz at Dominican: Noon, San Rafael HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL Heritage at Drake: 11 a.m., San Anselmo Ygnacio Valley at... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Second-year G League Damion Lee earns his stripes with Team USA call-upSanta Cruz Warriors guard Damion Lee finds a crease against the South Bay Laker
The Monterey County Herald / Posted yesterday
Santa Cruz Warriors guard Damion Lee finds a crease against the South Bay Lakers earlier this month. (Dan Coyro -- Santa Cruz Sentinel file) When Damion Lee first saw basketball players with “USA” emblazoned across the front of their jerseys he was... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Second-year G League Damion Lee earns his stripes with Team USA call-upSanta Cruz Warriors guard Damion Lee finds a crease against the South Bay Laker
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted yesterday
Santa Cruz Warriors guard Damion Lee finds a crease against the South Bay Lakers earlier this month. (Dan Coyro -- Santa Cruz Sentinel file) When Damion Lee first saw basketball players with “USA” emblazoned across the front of their jerseys he was... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Stephen Kessler: A consenting adult’s true confessionother or communed with each other in all sorts of ways, but they did so of thei
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted yesterday
other or communed with each other in all sorts of ways, but they did so of their own free will and at their own risk and considered it a personal choice and unpredictable adventure. Stephen Kessler lives in Santa Cruz. His column runs on Satur... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Teacher needs fourth job just to live hereI’ve got endless energy after business hours. But how about in 10 years? As of
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted yesterday
I’ve got endless energy after business hours. But how about in 10 years? As of next week, I will have a fourth employer, Santa Cruz Power Fitness, where I will teach cardio kickboxing (after teaching social studies all day). I also do this at... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Vista Center Grateful for Good Shepherd StudentsVista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired in Santa Cruz is grateful for
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted yesterday
Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired in Santa Cruz is grateful for Michelle Miller’s service and leadership students from Good Shepherd Catholic School. An energetic, respectful and very capable group of Good Shepherd middle school... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Ban on drones welcome by walkers, birdsI just took a walk by the coast at Wilder Ranch State Park. I noticed a new sig
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted yesterday
I just took a walk by the coast at Wilder Ranch State Park. I noticed a new sign at the trailhead: “No drones in Santa Cruz District State Parks.” Excellent! Thank you parks staff! A great many of us will appreciate that absence of drones. I’m sure... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Stephen Kessler: A consenting adult’s true confessionother or communed with each other in all sorts of ways, but they did so of thei
The Monterey County Herald / Posted yesterday
other or communed with each other in all sorts of ways, but they did so of their own free will and at their own risk and considered it a personal choice and unpredictable adventure. Stephen Kessler lives in Santa Cruz. His column runs on Satur... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Allen Bushnell, Fish Rap: High winds wreak havoc on local anglers, boatsmore numerous on that side right now. But, plenty of perch were reported caught
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted yesterday
more numerous on that side right now. But, plenty of perch were reported caught from the beaches between Watsonville and Santa Cruz this week, many in the 12-14-inch range. More than a few bonus stripers were hooked as well, by anglers using... Read more
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The Miami Hurricane
10 tunes for the weekendnamed. Tree doesn’t take himself seriously, and you shouldn’t either – humor an
The Miami Hurricane / Posted yesterday
named. Tree doesn’t take himself seriously, and you shouldn’t either – humor and fun are central to the branding of the Santa Cruz native’s self-produced projects. PRETTYMUCH – 10,000 Hours With its 2017 hit “Would You Mind,” PRETTYMUCH showed... Read more
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The Hindu
All the wild horses are extinct: studywild. According to Beth Shapiro, a professor of ecology and evolutionary biolo
The Hindu / Posted yesterday
wild. According to Beth Shapiro, a professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of California Santa Cruz, the findings are “super interesting.” “Certainly, it is surprising to see that Przewalski’s horses are descended... Read more
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Chronicle-Tribune
The Chronicle-Tribune - chronicle-tribune.comqualifying, at Hampton, Ga., 5 p.m., FS1. BASKETBALL: FIBA 2019 World Cup, Ame
Chronicle-Tribune / Posted yesterday
qualifying, at Hampton, Ga., 5 p.m., FS1. BASKETBALL: FIBA 2019 World Cup, Americas qualifiers, Cuba vs. United States, at Santa Cruz, Calif., 11 p.m., ESPNU. COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Cent. Michigan at Toledo, 6:30 p.m., CBSSN. Dayton at Rhode Island,... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Allen Bushnell, Fish Rap: High winds wreak havoc on local anglers, boatsmore numerous on that side right now. But, plenty of perch were reported caught
The Monterey County Herald / Posted yesterday
more numerous on that side right now. But, plenty of perch were reported caught from the beaches between Watsonville and Santa Cruz this week, many in the 12-14-inch range. More than a few bonus stripers were hooked as well, by anglers using... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
CCS Basketball Roundup: Seniors push Soquel into quartersplayoffs, 58-21 over Prospect in the second round Thursday at Soquel High. The
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted yesterday
playoffs, 58-21 over Prospect in the second round Thursday at Soquel High. The Knights, the fourth-place finisher in the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League, held the No. 6 seed. Prospect was No. 12. Next, Soquel (15-11) plays Mills in the... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
CCS Girls Basketball: Nayla Samaha sparks Santa Cruz past Scotts ValleySanta Cruz High’s Nayla Samaha goes after the ball controlled by Scotts Valley
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted yesterday
Santa Cruz High’s Nayla Samaha goes after the ball controlled by Scotts Valley High’s Lauren Ambiel during their CCS D-IV playoff game Thursday night. (Dan Coyro -- Santa Cruz Sentinel) SCOTTS VALLEY >> Santa Cruz High coach Todd Trowbridge calls... Read more
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asianage
There are no more wild horses left, says studynew quest - According to Beth Shapiro, a professor of ecology and evolutionary
asianage / Posted yesterday
new quest - According to Beth Shapiro, a professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of California Santa Cruz, the findings are "super interesting." "Certainly, it is surprising to see that Przewalski's horses are descended... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Wild horses are extinct, reveals new studynew quest - According to Beth Shapiro, a professor of ecology and evolutionary
Decclan Chronicle / Posted yesterday
new quest - According to Beth Shapiro, a professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of California Santa Cruz, the findings are "super interesting." "Certainly, it is surprising to see that Przewalski's horses are descended... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Friday, Saturday4 p.m., San Rafael COLLEGE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Fresno Pacific at Dominican: 2
Marin Independent Journal / Posted yesterday
4 p.m., San Rafael COLLEGE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Fresno Pacific at Dominican: 2 p.m., San Rafael COLLEGE WOMEN’S TENNIS UC Santa Cruz at Dominican: Noon, San Rafael HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL Heritage at Drake: 11 a.m., San Anselmo Ygnacio Valley at... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Brendan Leung, 1976-2018: Skateboarder remembered for longevity, style, disregard for physical painBrendan Leung of Santa Cruz, a skateboarder for Natural Koncept since 1998 and
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted yesterday
Brendan Leung of Santa Cruz, a skateboarder for Natural Koncept since 1998 and for Bill’s Wheel’s before that, died Feb. 8 after being struck by a car. Cmart, Natural Koncept/contributed SANTA CRUZ >> Brendan Leung never held back. That’s one thing... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Allen Bushnell, Fish Rap:more numerous on that side right now. But, plenty of perch were reported caught
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
more numerous on that side right now. But, plenty of perch were reported caught from the beaches between Watsonville and Santa Cruz this week, many in the 12-14-inch range. More than a few bonus stripers were hooked as well, by anglers using... Read more
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Inquirier.net
All the wild horses are extinct says studywild. According to Beth Shapiro, a professor of ecology and evolutionary biolo
Inquirier.net / Posted 2 days ago
wild. According to Beth Shapiro, a professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at the University of California Santa Cruz, the findings are “super interesting.” ADVERTISEMENT “Certainly, it is surprising to see that Przewalski’s... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
Allen Bushnell, Fish Rap:more numerous on that side right now. But, plenty of perch were reported caught
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 2 days ago
more numerous on that side right now. But, plenty of perch were reported caught from the beaches between Watsonville and Santa Cruz this week, many in the 12-14-inch range. More than a few bonus stripers were hooked as well, by anglers using... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
An amateur astronomer has caught the first photos of a star explodingAlex Filippenko said. The supernova is now known as SN 2016gkg. Here is it in
Business Insider Australia / Posted 2 days ago
Alex Filippenko said. The supernova is now known as SN 2016gkg. Here is it in colour, shining brightly in an image from UC Santa Cruz and Las Campanas Observatory, Chile: Picture: UC Santa Cruz and Las Campanas Observatory, Chile Buso has been a... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
What’s in a name? A lot of money changing signsnot in corporate United States but like to see dollars go to the necessities. J
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
not in corporate United States but like to see dollars go to the necessities. Just giving an opinion. — Peter L. Ehrman, Santa Cruz The Sentinel welcomes your letters to the editor. Letters should be short, no more than 150 words. We do not... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Thankful for county’s Valentine’s Day weddingsThe Santa Cruz County Clerk’s Valentine’s Day weddings were a huge success than
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
The Santa Cruz County Clerk’s Valentine’s Day weddings were a huge success thanks to overwhelming support from our community. Our new Peace, Love and Happiness wedding room looked beautiful thanks to several local businesses. Alexis Party Rental... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
All for market-based approach to green energythe use of renewable energy while fossil fuels are phased out. I am in total ag
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
the use of renewable energy while fossil fuels are phased out. I am in total agreement with this proposal, as is the Santa Cruz City Council, which adopted a resolution in support of this policy on Jan. 23. — Nancy Drinkard, Santa Cruz The... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Full-page gun ad had no place in Sentinel(and gun sales) you have the insensitivity to run this ad? How could you? Need
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
(and gun sales) you have the insensitivity to run this ad? How could you? Need I say more? Shame on you. — Kathy Ferraro, Santa Cruz The Sentinel welcomes your letters to the editor. Letters should be short, no more than 150 words. We do not... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Gun ads are the price we pay for free speech, pressthis ad is the epitome of bad taste, but this is the price we pay for freedom o
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
this ad is the epitome of bad taste, but this is the price we pay for freedom of speech and the press. — David McCavitt, Santa Cruz The Sentinel welcomes your letters to the editor. Letters should be short, no more than 150 words. We do not... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Save the heritage trees at Soquel Elementarycan be heavy in a classroom with more than 25 children for five hours a day. Pl
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
can be heavy in a classroom with more than 25 children for five hours a day. Please save these heritage trees. — Kim Frey, Santa Cruz The Sentinel welcomes your letters to the editor. Letters should be short, no more than 150 words. We do not... Read more
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WFLX FOX 29
'How do we stop this?' School shooting threat spurs arrestCalifornia, police said they recovered a firearm from the home of an 11-year-ol
WFLX FOX 29 / Posted 2 days ago
California, police said they recovered a firearm from the home of an 11-year-old boy who had barricaded himself in a Santa Cruz classroom Tuesday and planned to harm specific students. Associated Press writers Amanda Lee Myers in Los... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
Cops: Arsenal of weapons found in teen’s home after shooting threatCalifornia, police said they recovered a firearm from the home of an 11-year-ol
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 2 days ago
California, police said they recovered a firearm from the home of an 11-year-old boy who had barricaded himself in a Santa Cruz classroom Tuesday and planned to harm specific students. Associated Press writers Amanda Lee Myers in Los... Read more
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FOX Carolina
Cops: Arsenal of weapons found in teen’s home after shooting threatCalifornia, police said they recovered a firearm from the home of an 11-year-ol
FOX Carolina / Posted 2 days ago
California, police said they recovered a firearm from the home of an 11-year-old boy who had barricaded himself in a Santa Cruz classroom Tuesday and planned to harm specific students. Associated Press writers Amanda Lee Myers in Los... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Threats Against Schools Increase Since Florida ShootingCalifornia, police said they recovered a firearm from the home of an 11-year-ol
KERA North Texas / Posted 2 days ago
California, police said they recovered a firearm from the home of an 11-year-old boy who had barricaded himself in a Santa Cruz classroom Tuesday and planned to harm specific students." Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit... Read more
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FOX 12 Oregon
Cops: Arsenal of weapons found in teen’s home after shooting threatCalifornia, police said they recovered a firearm from the home of an 11-year-ol
FOX 12 Oregon / Posted 2 days ago
California, police said they recovered a firearm from the home of an 11-year-old boy who had barricaded himself in a Santa Cruz classroom Tuesday and planned to harm specific students. Associated Press writers Amanda Lee Myers in Los... Read more
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