Scientist Sues U. of California Santa Cruz Officials over DEI Mandate

A scientist is suing University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC) officials after being asked to submit a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) statement on a job application, which is a U.S. constitutional amendment. It alleges that Article 1 has been violated. Former University of Toronto professor JD Hartigan said in a lawsuit filed last week […]

Santa Cruz thieves steal half a million dollars of marijuana

Wild video has caught a group of thieves stealing $500,000 worth of marijuana from a cannabis store in California. Surveillance video outside 3Bros’ marijuana warehouse on Fair Avenue in Santa Cruz shows at least four cars parked outside the store and a masked robber loading dozens of bags of cannabis into the vehicle. is reflected. […]

Georgia O’Keeffe’s former Santa Fe retreat asks $15M

Home to both modernist artist Georgia O’Keeffe and business mogul Paul Allen, this sprawling estate is looking for a new owner for $15 million. The New Mexico estate has a total of 21 bedrooms and 26 bathrooms spread across multiple buildings. First listed for $22.6 million in 2021, it’s now available at a significant discount. […]

Santa Fe delays possible plan to rebuild Civil War obelisk

The Santa Fe City Council has decided to postpone a decision on plans to rebuild the controversial Civil War obelisk. The Santa Fe New Mexican newspaper reported that dozens of community members opposed to the rebuilding of the soldier’s memorial spent hours expressing their concerns at a public meeting Wednesday. The council was set to […]

Arizona rancher held on $1M bond in murder charge in Santa Cruz County

A rancher in Arizona near the Mexican border has been charged with first-degree murder last week in the shooting death of a man provisionally identified as a Mexican citizen. His bail was set at his $1 million. The Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office in Nogales, Arizona, confirmed Monday that 73-year-old George Alan Kelly was arrested […]