Paul Rogers, Santa Cruz Sentinel

Paul Rogers

Santa Cruz Sentinel

San Francisco Bay Area, CA, United States

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  • Whittier Daily News
  • ChicoER
  • The Seattle Times
  • The Daily Democrat
  • Times-Standard
  • Marin IJ
  • LB Press-Telegram
  • The Denver Post
  • Marc Morano
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Recent articles by Paul:

Bay Area weather: Rain is coming, here’s when and how much

Sunny skies over Thanksgiving, with modest rain and snow forecast for early next week → Read More

Bay Area weather: Rain is coming, here’s when and how much

Sunny skies over Thanksgiving, with modest rain and snow forecast for early next week → Read More

Open space advocates lose showdown to block development in San Benito County

Measure Q in San Benito County fails 56% to 44% in debate over preserving farmland and tax base. → Read More

New desalination plant approved by California Coastal Commission for Monterey Bay

Monterey County facility would be built near Marina, faced opposition over high cost → Read More

Gary Kremen concedes water district race; Eisenberg vows to oppose Pacheco Dam

Drought enters fourth year as voters shake up Santa Clara Valley Water District leadership → Read More

Gary Kremen concedes water district race; Eisenberg vows to oppose Pacheco Dam

Drought enters fourth year as voters shake up Santa Clara Valley Water District leadership → Read More

Why you won’t need reservations to visit Yosemite National Park next year

For the first time in three years, visitors won’t need to book ahead to enter the park in 2023 → Read More

Why you won’t need reservations to visit Yosemite National Park next year

For the first time in three years, visitors won’t need to book ahead to enter the park in 2023 → Read More

Why you won’t need reservations to visit Yosemite National Park next year

For the first time in three years, visitors won’t need to book ahead to enter the park in 2023. → Read More

Slow-growth measure in San Benito County trails; majority of ballots not yet counted

Measure Q opponents have momentum, but thousands of mail-in ballots remain → Read More

2022 Election: Live updates, state and county results

Starting off with a preview of five things to watch for, our live coverage will shift into high gear when the results start coming in from the East Coast. → Read More

2022 Election live updates: Five things to watch for tonight

Starting off with a preview of five things to watch for, our live coverage will shift into high gear when the results start coming in from the East Coast. → Read More

Will voters limit growth on Silicon Valley’s rural edges?

Measure Q would require voter approval before any agricultural, rural or ranch land is rezoned to residential, commercial or industrial use. → Read More

Will voters limit growth on Silicon Valley’s rural edges?

Measure Q would require voter approval before any agricultural, rural or ranch land is rezoned to residential, commercial or industrial use. → Read More

Whales off California coast eat 10 million pieces of tiny plastic pollution a day, new Stanford study estimates

Confetti-like bits of plastic are increasingly becoming a pollution problem in the world’s oceans → Read More

Whales off California coast eat 10 million pieces of tiny plastic pollution a day, new Stanford study estimates

Confetti-like bits of plastic are increasingly becoming a pollution problem in the world’s oceans → Read More

Bay Area rain, and the first significant Sierra Nevada snow is on the way. Here’s when it arrives.

A storm from Gulf of Alaska is expected to bring wintery weather → Read More

California drought: Here are the biggest water users in East Bay

Wealthy residents with huge lawns are using 30 to 40 times as much water as their neighbors → Read More

Major 5.1 earthquake rocks Bay Area

The earthquake was centered in an area notorious for seismic restlessness. Shaking was felt as far away as cities from Salinas to Point Reyes and Stockton. → Read More

Major 5.1 earthquake rocks Bay Area. What you need to know

The earthquake was centered in an area notorious for seismic restlessness. Shaking was felt as far away as cities from Salinas to Point Reyes and Stockton. → Read More