Lauren Seaver, KSBW Action News 8

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Past articles by Lauren:

Gonzales shooting hospitalizes 1 person: GPD

Police say one person was shot and taken to the hospital. → Read More

Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe for kids? We asked an expert

Data from clinical trials show the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children 5-11 is safe and 90% effective. → Read More

Monarch butterflies return to Pacific Grove

Already, the museum has seen more butterflies than in 2020. → Read More

Central Coast muralist inspires young artists through nonprofit

For 25 years, Jose Ortiz has been mentoring students of all ages by offering an art studio for those living in East Salinas. → Read More

Gilroy artist who gives free art classes begins highlighting Hispanic Heritage Month

Moya hopes his artwork sends a message. He wants people to see it and hopes it changes their lives. → Read More

Some of the best olive oils in the country comes from the Central Coast

In this year's New York World Olive Oil Competition, out of more than a thousand olive oils, from 28 countries, one-third of U.S. award winners were from the Central Coast. Including Belle Farms in Watsonville. → Read More


A warehouse fire broke out Monday morning on Work Street in Salinas. → Read More

COVID-19 risk assessment planning tool

As COVID-19 case numbers continue to skyrocket across the country health experts are warning people to limit interaction with others outside of their own household. → Read More

New small business loans available in Monterey County

There is new emergency financial assistance for small business owners in Monterey County. → Read More

California's crab season delayed until after Thanksgiving

Recreational fishing season will open on Saturday. → Read More

Commitment 2020: California's 20th Congressional District

There are two candidates running for California's 20th Congressional District: Democratic incumbent Jimmy Panetta and Republican Jeff Gorman. → Read More

Commitment 2020: State Assembly District 30

Two candidates are running State Assembly District 29: Democratic incumbent Robert Rivas and Republican Gregory Swett. → Read More

Commitment 2020: State Assembly District 29

Two candidates are running State Assembly District 29: Democratic incumbent Mark Stone and Republican Shomir Banerjee. → Read More

Commitment 2020: Two candidates seeking State Senate 17 seat

District 17 runs from South San Jose to the San Luis Obispo county line and represents nearly 1 million people → Read More

CHP K-9 officers graduate after hundreds of hours of training

Nine California Highway Patrol canine teams are graduating after 400-600 hours of training. → Read More

San Benit County judge grants TRO, pauses Betabel Road project for 30 days

Protesters, in favor of the proposed charitable project at Betabel Road and Highway 101 in San Benito County, gathered outside of San Benito County Superior Court on Tuesday after the environmental group, Preserve Our Rural Communities, filed a lawsuit against the county. → Read More

CSUMB students get more than $3.5 million in financial relief

More than 6,000 California State University Monterey Bay students are getting cash payments. → Read More

Charitable project proposed along Hwy 101 in San Benito Co. moves forward

The charitable project being proposed at Betabel Road and Highway 101 in San Benito County is moving forward. Today, the San Benito County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 in favor of rezoning the land at Betabel Road and Highway 101, to C-1 zoning. → Read More

SPCA announces huge adoption, foster numbers due to coronavirus

The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) Monterey County is still open for adoptions and fosters. → Read More

How KSBW is working to bring you the news and practice social distancing

Staff working around the clock to get you the latest information. But you may have noticed a few changes in the last two weeks. → Read More