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Welcome to KAZU's weekly news roundup for 5/21/21. Here you'll find the top local stories of the week and a few national stories from NPR.

Santa Cruz Finally Climbs Into The Yellow Tier

May 19, 2021
Jerimiah Oetting

 


After weeks of anticipation, Santa Cruz County finally climbed into the Yellow Tier on Wednesday. The move marks an important step towards fully reopening the economy, but some businesses are moving forward carefully.

The MAH

Welcome to KAZU's weekly news roundup for 5/14/21. Here you'll find the top local stories of the week and a few national stories from NPR.

Doug McKnight


  

Demand for COVID-19 vaccinations in California has reached a turning point. Gone are the days when people repeatedly hit refresh on their computers, hoping to score a vaccination appointment. Now some clinics are accepting walk-ins and others end the day with unfilled appointments. That’s forcing health and government officials to rethink their vaccination programs.

Michelle Loxton

Welcome to KAZU's weekly news roundup for 5/7/21. Here you'll find the top local stories of the week and a few national stories from NPR.

Erika Mahoney

Welcome to KAZU's weekly news roundup for 4/30/21. Here you'll find the top local stories of the week and a few select national stories from NPR.

Michelle Loxton

Welcome to KAZU's weekly news roundup for 4/23/21. Here you'll find the top local stories of the week and a few select national stories from NPR.

Bryan Flores

Welcome to KAZU's weekly news roundup for 4/16/21. Here you'll find the top local stories of the week and a few select national stories from NPR.

Luis Alejo

Welcome to KAZU's weekly news roundup for 4/9/21. Here you'll find the top local stories of the week and a few select national stories from NPR.

Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk

With the arrival of spring, California is showing some green shoots of normal in its yearlong battle with the COVID-19 virus. The Monterey Bay Aquarium announced it will reopen in May. The Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, also closed for much of the year, opens April 1.

Douglas McKnight

After what feels like a year-long slumber, the Monterey Bay area is beginning to reawaken. COVID-19 infections are falling, vaccinations are increasing and businesses are reopening.

Stock Photo by United Nations via Unsplash

This Friday (March 19) marks one year since the first statewide coronavirus stay-at-home order went into effect. To mark this anniversary, KAZU News spoke with five Monterey Bay residents to ask them what this past year has been like. They shared their highs and lows with us.

Doug McKnight

Welcome to KAZU's weekly news roundup for 3/12/21. Here you'll find the top local stories of the week and a few select national stories from NPR.

Doug McKnight

Welcome to KAZU's weekly news roundup for 3/5/21. Here you'll find the top local stories of the week and a few select national stories from NPR.

Wharf Walks.

Welcome to KAZU's weekly news roundup for 2/26/21. Here you'll find the top local stories of the week and a few select national stories from NPR.

Monterey Jazz Festival

Welcome to KAZU's weekly news roundup for 2/19/21. Here you'll find the top local stories of the week and a few select national stories from NPR

Peter Mounteer, Pacific Grove Chamber of Commerce

Welcome to KAZU's weekly news roundup for 2/12/21. Here you'll find the top local stories of the week and a few select national stories from NPR.

STOCK PHOTO BY CDC VIA UNSPLASH

 

Monterey County is asking Governor Newsom for more coronavirus vaccine. Essentially, county supervisors are saying the current allocation process is unfair. KAZU News spoke with the Chair of the Board of Supervisors, Wendy Root Askew.

 

Heath Johnston

Welcome to KAZU's weekly news roundup for 2/5/21. Here you'll find the top local stories of the week and a few select national stories from NPR.

Brandt Bates

Welcome to KAZU's weekly news roundup for 1/29/21. Here you'll find the top local stories of the week and a few select national stories from NPR.

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