A man who's wanted in at least five counties can add
Monterey to the list. This week in Big Sur, cops say he
stole several cars, led them on a high-speed chase and
caused a heap of other trouble. He's dangerous, and he's
still on the run, they warn. Chris Counts has the story.
After more than 20 years of getting permits, the Pebble
Beach company this week started moving earth in what it
calls the final build-out in Del Monte Forest. Kelly Nix
has that one.
A tiny shorebird federal officials classify as
"threatened" is suddenly in the way of wells to supply
water for the Peninsula's proposed desal plant. Kelly
has that one, too.
The man who killed two women on Sloat Road two Sundays
ago says he definitely wasn't DUI when the crash
occurred. Mary Schley has the details.
Engineers and executives from Apple are finally welcome
back at a landmark Carmel hotel. One of the people who
wants to rent Flanders mansion is wondering what the
city has done with his application. And my editorial
makes the outrageous claim that, once in awhile, trees
should yield to scenic views.
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