ONLY ON ABC7NEWS.COM: UPS driver taken hostage in San Jose after hijacking, deadly standoff breaks his silence
The UPS driver held hostage during the Valentine's Day hijacking, police chase and deadly standoff in San Jose spoke exclusively to ABC7 News.
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Bobcat that survived California wildfire dies after being hit by car
LOS ANGELES - Authorities say a bobcat that survived a Southern California wildfire has been hit and killed by a car. The Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area...
12 hours ago - New York Post
Santa Cruz City approves homeless camp location
Santa Cruz County and city leaders are hoping to get rid of a homeless camp that has popped up near Highway 1 and Gateway Plaza by setting up two other camps inside the city...
14 hours ago - KSBW
Mountain lions face extinction in Santa Ana, Santa Monica Mountains
Newly published research indicates there's an almost one-in-four chance the mountain lions living in the Santa Monica and Santa Ana mountains could become extinct in those...
15 hours ago - ABC
CHP K9s end a long day of training at the beach
CHP K9s end a long day of training at the beach in Santa Cruz.
15 hours ago - KSBW
Santa Cruz police ask for public's help identifying burglar
The Santa Cruz Police Department is asking for the public's help identifying a suspected burglar. If you know the person pictured, call police at 831-420-5820 or to their...
17 hours ago - KSBW
Man uses nude mannequins to send message to ‘nosey' neighbor
SANTA ROSA, Calif. - Jason Windus gave his California neighbor something to look at during a dispute over the height of a backyard fence - naked mannequins having a garden...
19 hours ago - The Seattle Times
Santa Cruz received more than $10 million from the state for homelessness; where is it all going?
According to county officials, the state gave $500 million across California with $10.5 million of that going to Watsonville, Santa Cruz City and the Santa Cruz County.
20 hours ago - KSBW
$25K reward offered after teen electrocuted in Santa Fe area
Authorities are offering a $25,000 reward in an effort to find out who cut down a light pole in the Santa Fe area, which led to the electrocution death of a 19-year-old.
21 hours ago - ABC
Local extinction of Southern California mountain lions possible within 50 years
Two isolated mountain lion populations in southern California's Santa Ana and Santa Monica Mountains are at risk of local extinction, perhaps as soon as within 50 years...
1 day ago - Science Daily
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Trump to order colleges to back free speech or lose funding
President Donald Trump is expected to order U.S. colleges to protect free speech on their campuses or risk losing federal funding. White House officials say Trump on Thursday...
New Zealand bans all assault weapons immediately
The ban includes assault rifles, high-capacity magazines and "military style semi-automatic rifles" like the weapons used in last Friday's attacks on two Christchurch mosques.
Dollar General Baby Cough Syrup Recalled Due To Possible Bacteria Contamination
A baby cough syrup sold at Dollar General stores across the country has been recalled due to a possible bacteria contamination. Kingston Pharma, LLC, which manufactures the...
Trust your gut with first-round March Madness picks
Because a bracket isn't enough action. Nevada (-2) over Florida: After opening with a 24-1 record, Nevada lost almost all of its early-season Final Four backers by dropping...
US average mortgage rates fall; 30-year at 4.28 percent
WASHINGTON - U.S. long-term mortgage rates fell this week, giving an incentive to potential buyers as the spring homebuying season opens. Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac says the...
Figure skating star accused of slashing rival with skate blade
A star American figure skater is accused of intentionally injuring a South Korean rival with her skate blade, according to news reports. Mariah Bell, 22, allegedly attacked...
Windows smashed at five UK mosques days after New Zealand attack
Windows at five Birmingham, UK mosques were shattered with a sledgehammer early Thursday, according to officials, who said counter-terrorism officers are now probing the...
Stocks move broadly higher, led by technology companies
NEW YORK - U.S. stocks moved broadly higher in early trading on Wall Street Thursday as technology stocks offset declines in the banking sector. Apple rose 2.8 percent as it...
Family seeks 'Disney-mad' nanny to dress as princesses for $53,000
Imagine getting paid $53,000 to babysit while dressed as a Disney princess.
New Zealand bans military-style weapons 6 days after massacre