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  • Military deaths

    The Defense Department last week identified the following American military personnel who were killed in Afghanistan, Iraq and Kuwait or who died at a military hospital of their injuries: Derek R. Banks, 24, of Newport News, Va.; specialist, Army...
  • Rancho La Viña's La Nogalera walnut oil

    Rancho La Viña's La Nogalera walnut oil
    Walnuts are available year-round, but the most traditional season for their consumption is late fall and winter, particularly around Christmas and New Year's. We're lucky that Rancho La Viña, a remnant of the walnut groves that once covered Southern...
  • Switch up dinner by making breakfast

    Switch up dinner by making breakfast
    Occasionally, serving breakfast for dinner can be a fun way to shake up your normal routine. Whether consumed in the morning or evening, breakfast foods often can be prepared and enjoyed quickly. In fact, each recipe featured this week can be prepared...
  • Pilot Killed in Fiery Plane Crash

    Pilot Killed in Fiery Plane Crash
    SAN GABRIEL-- A pilot was killed after his small plane crash landed, bursting into flames near a home, fire authorities said. According to Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Ian Gregor, the single-engine Beechcraft Bonanza crashed and caught...
  • 1 killed in fiery plane crash

    A pilot was killed after his small plane crash landed, bursting into flames near a home, fire authorities said. According to Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Ian Gregor, the single-engine Beechcraft Bonanza crashed and caught fire shortly...
  • Leisurely morning meals

    Leisurely morning meals
    Between the crisp, cool air and shortened days, autumn weekends seem to be made for sleeping late, followed by long, leisurely breakfasts that fill your home with the aromas of brewed coffee, fresh baked sweet breads and sizzling sausages. Sadly, the...
  • Breaking wine's glass ceiling

    Breaking wine's glass ceiling
    Whoever said the life of a sommelier is glamorous probably had a corkscrew loose. Just ask Haley Guild Moore. The svelte sommelier for San Francisco's upscale Spruce restaurant looks like a polished Drew Barrymore as she works the floor with a warm...
  • Homeowners Hold Intruder at Gunpoint

    Homeowners Hold Intruder at Gunpoint
    SUNLAND, Calif. -- An intruder picked the wrong home to break into in Sunland overnight when he was greeted by a couple with a gun. The man apparently bent a screen and climbed in through a front window of the home on Walnut Drive around 3 a.m. Thursday....
  • Get Fit on The Cheap

    Get Fit on The Cheap
    Can't afford a gym membership? Makes sense, given the financial climate and the need to tighten our belts. But if you want to tighten that belt holding up your jeans, money is no excuse. There are plenty of ways to work out and get in shape at little or...
  • MILITARY DEATHS

    As a teenager, Sgt. Andrew Higgins was so devoted to pursuing a military career that he completed basic training while still a student at Kennedy High School in the East Bay community of Fremont, Calif. He pursued his dream after graduation, first during...
  • Show 'em the door

    Every time Edith Nettleton walked through her front doors, the ugly gold-colored bullet glass glared at her. The double entry doors of her Walnut Creek, Calif., home were original to the house and in desperate need of an upgrade. So, Nettleton turned to...
  • Tips for 2-credit-score couples

    Ann Fleming has a theory about relationships, gleaned from the many couples she's counseled: Opposites attract. Fleming isn't a therapist; she's a Walnut Creek, Calif., financial planner who helps couples iron out money troubles. "People tend to...