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Charlie Sheen Helping out Bryan Stow

Charlie Sheen is crisscrossing the country on his tour and Saturday stopping in San Francisco where he will help out Bryan Stow, the Scotts Valley man attacked and beaten ion May 31 as he and friends were leaving Dodger Stadium after a Giants-Dodgers baseball game.

Sheen will donate part of his proceeds for Saturday's tour date to the family.  Here's what his publicist is saying:

Charlie Sheen has founded "Sheen's Korner" a charitable foundation to benefit those in need.

"Sheen's Korner" will launch its fundraising with Charlie's April 30th San Francisco Nob Hill Masonic Auditorium show, where all the profits from his merchandising sales will be donated to the "Bryan Stow Fund," to benefit Stow's family and defray medical costs.

The former "Two and Half Men" star is currently touring th

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Hackers Claim to Have Stolen PlayStation Credit Card Info

Hackers Claim to Have Stolen PlayStation Credit Card Info

CNET.COM- Security researchers say hackers claiming to have credit card information stolen from Sony's PlayStation Network last week are trying to sell that information on underground Internet forums, but the veracity of the claims could not be confirmed.

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Capitola Closes Pacific Cove Mobile Home Park

CAPITOLA, Calif-- Capitola City Council decided Thursday night to close down the Pacific Cove mobile home Park in Capitola.

The mobile home park was badly hit after a drainage pipe failed and sent 3 feet of water rushing through the mobile home park. City Council members said the park's location makes it prone to future flooding and called it unsafe.

Thursday night, City Council members had two options; close the mobile home park entirely, or spend more than $2 million to renovate it. 

Residents were not happy with the Council's decision.  "After 50 years of being here, there has never been any flooding.

AG: CVS Pharmacy Over Charged for Medi-Cal Prescriptions

Attorney General Kamala D. Harris announced a settlement with the drug store chain CVS Pharmacy, Inc. for overcharging the state's Medi-Cal program for prescription drugs.

CVS Pharmacy will reimburse California more than $1.76 million as part of a $17.5 million settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice and nine other states, including Alabama, Florida, Indiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Nevada and Rhode Island.

"CVS chose to short-change taxpayers and undermine our healthcare safety net with these actions," said Attorney General Harris. "We are all better off now that this deception has been uncovered."

Starting in late 2002 and continuing through 2010, CVS submitted prescription drug claims to Medi-Cal for individuals who were covered by both Medi-Cal and a third-party insurance plan.

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Did Writer Go Too Far in Blaming Stow for Giants Fan Attack?

Did Writer Go Too Far in Blaming Stow for Giants Fan Attack?

Is an article titled "Know when you've outgrown the uniform" written about the attack on a Giants fan at Dodger stadium in poor taste?

Did Writer Go Too Far in Blaming Stow for Giants Fan Attack?

Did Writer Go Too Far in Blaming Stow for Giants Fan Attack?

Is an article titled "Know when you've outgrown the uniform" written about the attack on a Giants fan at Dodger stadium in poor taste?

“We Are Scotts Valley” Think Local April 12th Event 6:00 pm

Part of the Movement – EVERYONE IS WELCOME!

When: Tuesday, April 12th, 6:00 p.m. until whenever!
Where:
Bruno’s BBQ, Kings Village Shopping Center, 230 Mount Herman Rd, Scotts Valley, Ca 95066

Think Local First of Scotts Valley will have its community kick-off event to bring local business and the local community together.