Fee revenues at Pinnacles National Park fund a wide variety of projects that improve park facilities and visitor services including visitor safety.
Waste Solutions Group is seeking a permit from the state to increase capacity.
Sheriff’s deputies give 72-hour notice to people living in the riverbed.
Vehicle access remains open at Tumey Hills until April 15.
OR-93 has traveled south from Oregon over the last three months.
Water district officials discuss possible return to drought conditions.
Judge Omar Rodriguez says PORC could have collected signatures for a referendum but chose to not do so.
City Council targets reducing chlorides with a potential ban on water softeners and technology to remove nitrates from well water.
Deadline to submit comments is March 23.
Authors Glenn Church and Kathy McKenzie speak about their new book, which chronicles the fight to keep Moss Landing from becoming a major West Coast port.
At least three eggs have been laid since mid-February.
Project SCOUT provides free tax assistance to seniors, individuals with a disability, low-income families and individuals in Santa Cruz and San Benito County.
The proposed project includes a 388.05-acre expansion of the existing 95.16-acre landfill located approximately two miles outside of Hollister.
City Council addresses financing and formalizes project managers.
If approved, the legislation would work to ensure all bodies of water in California are clean enough for drinking, swimming and fishing by 2050.
City Manager Don Reynolds asks Hollister Council to collaborate on moving water to and from SJB.
Closure will allow staff to remove down trees, repair trail washouts and mitigate any safety concerns.
Winds of 20-30 mph with gusts up to 55 mph expected, in excess of 60 mph in ridges and peaks.