District attorney says if convicted, Alfredo Zendejas could get 100 years to life in prison.
Filing for bankruptcy about a year ago, Watsonville Community Hospital gathered $40 million in financial assistance from local governments, healthcare facilities and businesses.
While everyone involved remains mum about what company will inhabit the 1.05 million square foot building, clues abound and still point to Amazon.
They voice concerns over supply shortage, reimbursement ‘black hole,’ and board transparency.
Police Chief Carlos Reynoso says nothing has changed since his April report that he has been unable to find officers to provide security.
Judge Patrick Palacios ruled Brandon Hill was mentally incompetent to stand trial.
County treasurer says the hospital would normally receive half of that figure in December anyway, making the advance only about $1.1 million.
While Hazel Hawkins is requesting a $10 million loan, supervisors say they were concerned they wouldn’t get that money back.
Mayor Mia Casey joins returning councilmembers Dolores Morales and Rolan Resendiz, and treasurer Gordon Machado.
Candidate Celeste Toledo-Bocanegra says she wanted to compare the machine count to a hand count.
Supervisor Bea Gonzales is at odds with Supervisors Kollin Kosmicki and Peter Hernandez over whether the county should lend $10 million to the hospital, but their decision will likely be delayed until January.
California’s HomeKey program will purchase 11 factory-built homes.
Wells are contaminated with arsenic, manganese and E. coli.
When completed there will be 104 affordable and six low-income apartments.
Misuses ranging from camping, vandalism, skateboarding and throwing objects off the top of Briggs Building lead to adopting ordinance to punish offenders.
Beer makers from Hollister and San Juan develop base recipe for a special Hazy IPA.
Stockton man allegedly fled with two children to avoid San Joaquin County Child Protective Services.
A grant to the library provides 10,000 Chromebooks and hotspots.