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Amy Larson
Worked at KSBW Action News 8
Attended Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
Lives in Santa Cruz, California
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Rosalee Ramer, 16, of Watsonville, may be the most interesting teenager on the Central Coast.
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Just because one may do some thing dose not mean condem that whole race it is becoming like race isom to be homeless omg there is a homeless guydunpster diving or recycling or a group of them just sitting there that must be doing drugs or even worse pan handling call the police do you know racist people like black people better than homeless people and scpd I got taken to jail for a month for terrorist threats scpd I called because these people beat me because I was homeless I did not de fend my self bleeding on my self they did not have a scratch on them I had a situation the person threatened me and my wife I called PD that found out we use to be homeless then he would not take them in and there were a lot of people there who saw this just because we were homeless there are only a few people that do bad things but it dose not matter all homeless are condemned for the damage a few do 
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I just love sea otters!!!
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The O'Neill Coldwater Classic at Santa Cruz's Steamer Lane was part of the ASP World Championship Tour this year.
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For the second time in less than two weeks, someone was cooking marijuana in Santa Cruz to turn it into hash oil when it exploded and sent the person to the hospital, witnesses said. 
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A wild chase raced through Watsonville on major streets including Green Valley Road, Holohan Road, and Freedom Boulevard Wednesday morning, and left behind a path of destruction. 
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I love boobies !
Blue-footed boobies, the large sea birds with bright seafoam-blue webbed feet, have suddenly expanded their range in California, and bird watchers reported seeing boobies this week in Santa Cruz, Capitola and Monterey. 
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Three sea otters were fatally shot on Asilomar State Beach in Pacific Grove in September but wildlife officials never informed the public or media until Feb. 14. 
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When her competition was finished at the Sochi Winter Olympics, skier Julia Mancuso decided to go on an endless winter adventure and find some waves on the Black Sea.
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Hollister Police Chief David Westrick was home sleeping when a pickup truck suddenly smashed into the front of his house like a wrecking ball.
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Firefighters regained control of the Fort Ord burn before 2 p.m., officials said.
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Photos I shot of the Oneill Coldwater Classic at Santa Cruz's Steamer Lane last year when it was a stop on the 2012 ASP World Championship Tour. 
The O'Neill Coldwater Classic at Santa Cruz's Steamer Lane was part of the ASP World Championship Tour this year.
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KSBW Digital Media Manager / Reporter
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Online editor and reporter at KSBW covering Santa Cruz, Monterey, and Salinas
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Amy Larson was born and raised in Santa Cruz and graduated from Aptos High School in 2002.

Amy graduated from Occidental College in Los Angeles and earned a masters degree in new media journalism at Columbia University in New York City. She also worked at several newspapers, including Newsday in New York and the Register-Pajaronian in Watsonville.

When she's not breaking news, Amy is usually in the ocean surfing at Moss Landing, La Selva Beach, and Capitola.

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  • Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
    2008
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