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This Sunday's elections will pit incumbent President Hugo Chavez Frias against neoliberal pro-US opposition candidate Henrique Capriles Radonski...We've seen this, done that becoming pioneers in coping with them all. In 2001/2, during Argentina's
23 Buenos Aires: Argentine President Cristina Fernandez inherited ARS 31.6 million (USD 6.8 million) from her late husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, the media reported on Tuesday, citing financial disclosure statements.
Cal Fire officials said a wild fire that broke out Saturday morning in a steep, remote area northeast of Boulder Creek burned six acres before being contained shortly after 6 p.m. The blaze, which was named Las Cumbres Fire, started about 7:30 a.m.
Santa Cruz police and parks workers plan to clear out illegal homeless camps around the city in the next four to six weeks because of increased concerns about environmental damage, fire danger, sanitation and public safety. Residents' complaints to
Local Group Heads to Colorado for Fire Relief Work. A group of local Red Cross volunteers rushed to the highlands of Colorado to offer aid. We got in touch with the volunteers from A group of local Red Cross volunteers rushed to the highlands of
James Petras June 16th 2012 Greece faces the unenviable choice between accepting the terms of the Troika and facing the continuation and deepening of a socio-economic crises, which includes five years of negative growth, over 23% unemployment, an
As the California budget crises continues, the question of how the state will shut down to close the public spaces of some state parks remains open to speculation. Twin Lakes State Beach in Santa Cruz may be the most unusual California State Park
They require constant attention and money to keep them all working properly, and much of that responsibility falls upon the city of Santa Cruz's Capital Improvement Program (CIP). The CIP is a yearly budget that includes projects and expenditures
Outrage is spreading across not only the county, but the country, because Safeway suspended a local man for breaking up a fight...Ryan Outrage is spreading across not only the county, but the country, because Safeway suspended a local man for
Apr. 24,2012 Resident of Santa Cruz Roy Hilliard Lyons passed away April 24 2012...He retired after 30 plus years as a middle School teacher in San Jose...Following cremation, his ashes will be scattered in the Monterey Bay...Published in San Jose