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Novato (Marin, California)

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  • Debate swirls around CEO pay

    Being a chief executive is a tough job but the pay is pretty good. Unlike many Americans whose salaries aren't keeping up with inflation, chief executives are seeing their compensation packages rise by 13 percent annually, one study says. A tight market...
  • Ron Patterson dies at 80; co-founder of Renaissance Pleasure Faire

    Ron Patterson dies at 80; co-founder of Renaissance Pleasure Faire
    Ron Patterson, who with his then-wife Phyllis founded the Renaissance Pleasure Faire in 1963, which showcased traditions of 16th century Elizabethan England, has died. He was 80. Patterson died Jan. 15 in Sausalito, Calif., where he was receiving hospice...
  • Long life for Kalin Cellars' California wines

    Long life for Kalin Cellars' California wines
    For most of the last year, Terrance and Frances Leighton went back and forth on whether the latest dry white wine from their Kalin Cellars winery was ready for release. Finally, after tasting and re-tasting and making sure every trace of what Frances...
  • Poacher receives two-year prison sentence, lifetime hunting ban for wasting game, other offenses

     
    A Novato, Calif., man received a two-year prison sentence and had his hunting and fishing privileges revoked for life after he was convicted of bear poaching and other offenses. The California Department of Fish and Game reports that Wayne Richard......
  • Two California banks fail, will reopen under new owners

     
    Two troubled California banks were closed by regulators late Friday and sold to other banks. San Luis Trust Bank, a one-office bank in San Luis Obispo with $333 million in assets, will reopen next week as a branch of First......
  • Basketball: Thursday's regional scores (NorCal andSoCal)

     
    SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL BASKETBALL BOYS Second round, Thursday Division I Long Beach Poly 66, Etiwanda 63 Mater Dei 72, Loyola 70 Taft 65, Carlsbad La Costa Canyon 43 Corona Centennial 68, Westchester 57 Division II San Diego Lincoln 71, Fresno......
  • Basketball: Saturday's regional semifinal scores

     
    SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL BASKETBALL BOYS Regional semifinals, Saturday Division I Mater Dei 72, Long Beach Poly 55 Corona Centennial 94, Taft 81 Division II San Diego Lincoln 83, Gahr 52 Summit 79, Peninsula 74 Division III La Canada 60, Inglewood.......
  • Three Arrested in Solano County Drug Bust

    Three Arrested in Solano County Drug Bust
    The Solano County Sheriff's Office's Narcotics Detectives have served search and arrest warrants at six locations in Northern California. A large amount of marijuana and cash were found at various different locations, including the Fairfield Tree of Life...
  • Dr. Ignacio Ponseti dies at 95; invented nonsurgical treatment for clubfoot

    Dr. Ignacio Ponseti dies at 95; invented nonsurgical treatment for clubfoot
    Dr. Ignacio Ponseti, a refugee from the Spanish Civil War who created a nonsurgical way of treating clubfoot in infants that prevented a lifetime of disability, died Oct. 18 at the University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinic. He was 95 and had suffered a stroke...
  • Glittering timeline with universal appeal

    Glittering timeline with universal appeal
    Kara Knack has stars in her eyes. And moons and suns and planets. There are thousands and thousands, to paraphrase the late Carl Sagan, the great popularizer of astronomy whose enthusiasm has guided Knack's decades-long support of the Griffith...
  • Nevada considers charges against land managers relating to wild horse deaths after roundup

     
    RENO, Nev. — A Nevada district attorney is considering whether to file criminal charges against federal land managers who are accused by animal rights activists of mistreating wild horses in a roundup. Churchill County Sheriff Richard Ingram said his...
  • Annual Grape Harvest Shrinks

    BERKELEY - Wild weather produced a lighter wine harvest in California last year, which analysts say could provide breathing room for an industry coping with the budget-tightening effects of recession. There were just over 3 million tons of wine grapes...