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FROM THE VINE Wine Spectator magazine was originally based in San Francisco, and in 1989 I was invited to become the assistant wine tasting coordinator. A few years later, the publisher moved the headquarters to New York City. That’s when I became the tasting coordinator for the San Francisco office.
Federal officials are expected to resume command of firefighting resources on Wednesday after the Alisal fire grew to more than 6,000 acres on Tuesday and with 0% containment, as gusty winds have impeded efforts to drop retardant from the air, according to a U.S. Forest Service spokesman.
Fifty-two years ago, then-President Richard M. Nixon convened the first White House Conference on Food, Nutrition and Health that brought acad…
Nipomo's Vinny Hernandez had another monster all-around game, rushing for a touchdown while racking up 10 tackles and three sacks in a win ove…
The San Luis Obispo Railroad Museum will host its 11th annual Central Coast Railroad Festival on October 1-3 to celebrate the long history of trains and tracks on the Central Coast.
A retired investigator on Friday testified about two interviews he had with Paul Flores 25 years ago, recalling the version of events given to him immediately surrounding the May 26, 1996 disappearance of 19-year-old Cal Poly freshman Kristin Smart.
A judge on Wednesday declined to set bail for Paul Flores and temporarily paused his preliminary hearing for a second time this week to allow attorneys to prepare for several motions that are scheduled to be heard on Friday.
Santa Maria opens its season Friday with a home game against East Bakersfield. Kickoff is slated for 7 p.m.
Two witnesses recounted in court Thursday details of individual encounters they had with Paul Flores, who is accused in the death and disappearance of 19-year-old Cal Poly freshman Kristin Smart, who went missing in 1996.