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Derek Carr to start for Oakland Raiders

Derek Carr to start for Oakland Raiders

OAKLAND, Calif. - Raider Nation, get ready to start the Carr. For the first time in Oakland Raider history a rookie quarterback will start week 1 of the regular season.

Oakland rookie Derek Carr will start the season opener against the New York Jets.
Coach Dennis Allen announced Monday that Carr got the nod ahead of Matt Schaub, who struggled in the preseason and has been hampered by a sore elbow.
Carr will be the first rookie to start the season opener at quarterback in Raiders history.

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3.5 quake hits Gilroy area on Labor Day

3.5 quake hits Gilroy area on Labor Day


Did you feel the quake?

According to the USGS a magnitude 3.5 quake hit the Gilroy area on Monday at 9:10 AM.

The epicenter was east south east of Gilroy. No dagames were reported.



81 year old Patrocinia Castillo missing

81 year old Patrocinia Castillo missing


Gilroy police say an 81 year old woman is missing.  Police say Patrocinia Castillo recently moved to her daughter’s home in Gilroy and has been missing since August 17th.

Her family says she recently suffered a stroke, has limited mobility and speech.

If you have any information please contact Gilroy PD at (408) 846-0300

Country music show coming to Monterey County

The first of its kind country music show will be coming to Greenfield on September 27, 2014. 

Performers include:  Chris Cagle, Bucky Covington, Maggie Rose, and Chris Janson. 

Promoters say they are focused on the music and the  fans.  Ranch 1917 is billed as a fun, family friendly, and safe event. 

To buy tickets and for more information go to:  http://www.ranch1917.com

People behind the concert said "We have a beautiful location in the hills and the inspiration was about music, nature, and fans.  We started the actual work on this about a year ago and the goal was to share our passion of music with the community.  All involved, have full time careers outside of this."

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17 masonry buildings need to be retrofitted in down town Gilroy

Retrofit work is being done in the city of Gilroy’s downtown area to prevent the kind of damage seen in the Napa Valley.

A while back, the Gilroy City Council passed a strict ordinance forcing select business owners to retrofit their buildings or face closure and fines. According to the city, 17 masonry buildings need to be retrofitted. Five of those retrofit projects are currently underway, while the other business owners are still trying to figure things out with the city planner.

"I would say the biggest problem that we've had in downtown is just the property owners haven't had the money to do the retrofitting,” said Gary Walton a private developer who owns several buildings in Gilroy.

Walton had one building that needed to be retrofitted, he replaced the brick wall, a falling hazard in the case of an earthquake.  But he said the repairs were minor compared to others. Some retrofits can cost more than the value of the building.

City of Gilroy Early Childhood Recreation Program

Give your pre-school aged child the building blocks to Kindergarten readiness. We provide a series of integrated learning experiences. Our classes are designed to give the young child an opportunity to play and interact socially in a safe and nurturing environment, as they learn to become cooperative members of a group. Space is still available yet limited. Click links below for more information or call 408-846-0460.
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Be Ready for a Natural Disaster

Be ready for the next earthquake, fire, flood, or other emergency

Free fair on September 20 will help you prepare


MONTEREY, Calif. — After events like the weekend earthquake in Napa, many of us think about whether we would be prepared if disaster strikes. Unfortunately, many of us don’t get past the thinking stage.      


What’s the best place to keep an emergency kit? How much water should you have on hand? If you have to go to a shelter, what will you do with your pets? Get guidance and tools to help you answer those questions and others at the Emergency Preparedness Fair, Saturday, September 20, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Del Monte Center in Monterey.