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KAZU Local
2:06 am
Mon December 24, 2007

Holiday Season on the Central Coast

Monterey Bay Area – In this audio postcard, Central Coast residents share the different experiences that inspire them and bring them together during this holiday season.

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KAZU Local
4:23 am
Wed December 5, 2007

LBAM Issue Far From Over

Light Brown Apple Moth
Photo by David Williams, State of Victoria Department of Primary Industries

Monterey Bay Area – Aerial spraying to eradicate the Light Brown Apple Moth is finished for the year, and won't start up again until the spring. Opponents of the spraying are using that down time to build their case.

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KAZU Local
2:29 am
Thu October 11, 2007

Reporter's notebook: A long night's wait at Salinas Valley Prison

Outside the two state prisons in Soledad, visitors often spend weekend nights waiting in their cars in hopes of spending a little extra time with incarcerated family members.
Orville Myers/The Monterey County Herald

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KAZU Local
3:18 am
Wed October 10, 2007

Down for Life: one lifer gets a break

Anthony Holguin, a mentally retarded teen once sentenced to life, is now one of only a few California lifers who will ever go home.
Vern Fisher / Monterey County Herald

Salinas, CA – In the final of a 3-part series on lifers in Monterey County. Monterey County Herald reporter Julia Reynolds profiles one young man who got a second chance after having been sentenced to life in prison. Former KAZU News Director Ben Adler edited the story.

This series is a joint production of 90.3 KAZU and the Monterey County Herald. For more photos and information visit the Monterey County Herald website.


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KAZU Local
12:26 am
Tue October 9, 2007

Down for Life: a lifer finds an unlikely ally

A prison visiting room photo of Mark Watts, who found an unlikely ally in his fight for parole -- the attorney who prosecuted him.
Special to The Monterey County Herald

Monterey, CA – This is the second part of our 3-part series on the impact of life sentences on three Monterey County residents. This story looks at a man who was sentenced to life with the possibility of parole for murder. He's losing hope even with an unlikely advocate: the attorney who prosecuted his case. It's a joint production of 90.3 KAZU and the Monterey County Herald. Series editor, former KAZU News Director Ben Adler introduces Herald reporter Julia Reynolds.

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