• Some tourists upset Monterey County beaches now closed for July 4th weekend By KSBW   -   Jul 3, 2020

    SOME TOURISTS UPSET MONTEREY COUNTY BEACHES NOW CLOSED FOR JULY 4TH WEEKEND

    Hotels say they're nearly booked through the holiday weekend, but some guests have cancelled their reservations because of the beach...

  • Animal Stories with Dan Green: a duckling reunion By KSBW   -   Jul 3, 2020

    ANIMAL STORIES WITH DAN GREEN: A DUCKLING REUNION

    Dan Green has your best animal story of the day

  • Des Moines Black Lives Matter members banned from Statehouse for 1 year, group says By KSBW   -   Jul 3, 2020

    DES MOINES BLACK LIVES MATTER MEMBERS BANNED FROM STATEHOUSE FOR 1 YEAR, GROUP SAYS

    Police have made five additional arrests Thursday after the conflict at the Statehouse on Wednesday.

  • Thursday p.m KSBW Weather Forecast 07.02.20 By KSBW   -   Jul 3, 2020

    THURSDAY P.M KSBW WEATHER FORECAST 07.02.20

    KSBW Meteorologist Sydney Daniel has your Friday forecast

  • Air Force sergeant pleads not guilty to murdering federal security guard in Oakland By KSBW   -   Jul 3, 2020

    AIR FORCE SERGEANT PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO MURDERING FEDERAL SECURITY GUARD IN OAKLAND

    Carrillo is also accused of killing a Santa Cruz County deputy.

  • Creative outdoor seating could keep Monterey County restaurants open By KSBW   -   Jul 3, 2020

    CREATIVE OUTDOOR SEATING COULD KEEP MONTEREY COUNTY RESTAURANTS OPEN

    Pacific Grove and Carmel the cities have allowed restaurants to get creative over the last few weeks and build outdoor dining areas...

  • Bail increased for Santa Cruz surfer accused of molesting a minor By KSBW   -   Jul 2, 2020

    BAIL INCREASED FOR SANTA CRUZ SURFER ACCUSED OF MOLESTING A MINOR

    A member of the surfing community, 39-year-old, Lucas Klatt accused of child molest was arraigned through video conference on Thursday.

  • All Monterey County beaches to close or limit access for Independence Day weekend By KSBW   -   Jul 2, 2020

    ALL MONTEREY COUNTY BEACHES TO CLOSE OR LIMIT ACCESS FOR INDEPENDENCE DAY WEEKEND

    Monterey County officials announced the closure or limited access to all beaches throughout the county for the long holiday weekend.

  • Monterey County added to coronavirus state watch list By KSBW   -   Jul 2, 2020

    MONTEREY COUNTY ADDED TO CORONAVIRUS STATE WATCH LIST

    Monterey County has been added to the state's coronavirus watchlist after a spike in new cases.

  • Pebble Beach closes all beaches and 17-Mile Drive over holiday weekend By KSBW   -   Jul 2, 2020

    PEBBLE BEACH CLOSES ALL BEACHES AND 17-MILE DRIVE OVER HOLIDAY WEEKEND

    Tourist traffic along 17-Mile Drive, all beaches, beach parking and turnouts within the Del Monte Forest will be closed.

  • Gov. Newsom gives coronavirus briefing By KSBW   -   Jul 2, 2020

    GOV. NEWSOM GIVES CORONAVIRUS BRIEFING

    Gov. Gavin Newsom is scheduled to hold a news conference Thursday with the latest on California's response to the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Pacific Grove to close beaches over holiday weekend By KSBW   -   Jul 2, 2020

    PACIFIC GROVE TO CLOSE BEACHES OVER HOLIDAY WEEKEND

    The City of Pacific Grove will temporarily close beaches and turnouts along the coast starting Friday to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

  • Over 40 Bay Area principals in quarantine after in-person meeting By KSBW   -   Jul 2, 2020

    OVER 40 BAY AREA PRINCIPALS IN QUARANTINE AFTER IN-PERSON MEETING

    More than 40 school principals in the San Francisco Bay Area are in quarantine.

  • Parents explore alternatives as California schools work on reopening plans By KSBW   -   Jul 2, 2020

    PARENTS EXPLORE ALTERNATIVES AS CALIFORNIA SCHOOLS WORK ON REOPENING PLANS

    It's summer vacation for students, but some school districts plan to start up again in just six weeks.

  • Strike teams to enforce Gov. Newsom's COVID-19 restrictions By KSBW   -   Jul 2, 2020

    STRIKE TEAMS TO ENFORCE GOV. NEWSOM'S COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS

    The new order issued by Governor Gavin Newsom comes with new Enforcement Strike Teams, state agencies that will be tasked with enforcing...

  • As Confederate monuments come down, some states have laws that protect their removal By KSBW   -   Jul 2, 2020

    AS CONFEDERATE MONUMENTS COME DOWN, SOME STATES HAVE LAWS THAT PROTECT THEIR REMOVAL

    Dating back to decades to as recently as 2019, there are laws in several states that are protecting Confederate monuments from being...

  • California gas tax increase takes effect By KSBW   -   Jul 2, 2020

    CALIFORNIA GAS TAX INCREASE TAKES EFFECT

    Prices at the pump started to increase for Californians Wednesday, as the state gas tax rose for the third time in four years.

  • Former Disney employee paid herself, family over $100K in fraudulent refunds, officials say By KSBW   -   Jul 2, 2020

    FORMER DISNEY EMPLOYEE PAID HERSELF, FAMILY OVER $100K IN FRAUDULENT REFUNDS, OFFICIALS SAY

    A Disney employee tasked with issuing refunds to unhappy customers is accused of misdirecting more than $100,000 into her and her friends'...

  • Gradual Warming Into the Fourth of July Weekend By KSBW   -   Jul 2, 2020

    GRADUAL WARMING INTO THE FOURTH OF JULY WEEKEND

    KSBW Meteorologist Art Jarrett has your local forecast.

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  • 'He went above and beyond': Teenager hailed a hero for saving drowning toddler By KSBW   -   Jul 2, 2020

    'HE WENT ABOVE AND BEYOND': TEENAGER HAILED A HERO FOR SAVING DROWNING TODDLER

    GREAT JOB! Tanner Dutton quickly swam 10 feet out into the water to save the drowning boy.