The storm struck the entire Bay Area and beyond. But it seemed to let most of its anger out on Monterey County.
A wolf-dog hybrid remains at large after three of the animals escaped from a yard in unincorporated San Benancio in Monterey County last month, county officials said Wednesday.
Johnson was in Monterey County preparing for his new career as an IndyCar driver following two dominating decades in NASCAR.
Catherine Breed says her desire to complete the journey has a lot to do with spreading awareness about diversity in aquatics.
Carmel Beach at Ocean Avenue in Carmel showed high indicator bacteria in samples taken Tuesday.
A photo of two girls using WiFI at a Taco Bell in Salinas to complete their schoolwork has sparked a discussion about the importance of digital access for students.
Footage taken by a Twitter user named @PocketNihilist showed the hazy and smoky conditions, as farm workers were worked near a farm plow.
Two Alisal Union School District employees who work at the District Office have tested positive for COVID-19, the district's Superintendent Jim Koenig said on Friday.
The aquarium had hoped to welcome back guests on Thursday, but since Monterey County was added to the state's watch list on July 2, that won't happen as planned.
An emergency count at about 8:20 p.m. Tuesday confirmed that Edgar Delgado, 37, had left the prison.
The Monterey Bay Aquarium is poised to open soon, though the facility's flow will be different.
Entry is available at the stairs closest to the Pacific Grove Recreation Trail to allow ocean access solely for water recreational activities only.
A crew from the Monterey station and an air crew from the San Francisco station helped rescues the people from the 92-foot vessel.
The order remains in effect until May 3, when the county order may be revised.
Monterey County reported its first two cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday. Residents are being told to shelter-in-place beginning March 18 at midnight through April 8.
Monterey police arrest a nursing assistant at a senior care center, accused of sexually assaulting a patient.
The California Highway Patrol identified the suspect responsible for throwing projectiles along highways in Monterey and San Benito counties.
A father died trying to save his daughter Tuesday afternoon from the water off the coast of Monterey County, according to preliminary information from Cal Fire officials.
California Highway Patrol has dedicated a full-time task force to investigating whomever is shooting projectiles at vehicles along Highway 101 and Highway 156 in Monterey County.
Since February, 48 vehicles in Monterey County have been struck by some sort of projectile, shattering windows, and terrifying drivers inside.