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Napa (Napa, California)

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  • Santa Clarita woman killed, two critically injured in Colorado River boating crash

     
    A Santa Clarita woman was killed and two other people were critically injured when a boat they were in crashed into the shoreline of the Colorado River south of Lake Havasu. Gregory Kettelkamp, 20, of Santa Clarita, was behind the......
  • Winery touts social aspect of the business

    NEWPORT BEACH — Local boutique winery owner Gus DeFalco's low-cost wines have something in common with the big-dollar bottles produced in California's established wine-making regions: the same grapes. DeFalco owns Orange Coast Winery, which...
  • Palmer House's Lockwood Takes Restaurant Garden To The 25th Level

    Palmer House's Lockwood Takes Restaurant Garden To The 25th Level
    Plenty ofChicago restaurants have their own gardens. Many are growing some of the very ingredients that end up on your plate. But I'm not sure anyone can claim a garden view like this one. Greg Elliott is the executive chef at Lockwood, the fine...
  • Former Pres. Clinton Stumps for Brown and Sanchez in SoCal

    Former Pres. Clinton Stumps for Brown and Sanchez in SoCal
    LOS ANGELES ( KTLA) - Former President Bill Clinton ws in Southern California Friday to campaign for Democrats in a final get-out-the-vote effort before the November election On Friday afternoon, Clinton appeared at an rally in Santa Ana for...
  • Worker at Napa State Hospital Killed By Patient at Facility

    Worker at Napa State Hospital Killed By Patient at Facility
    Authorities say an employee at Napa State Hospital has been killed by a man confined to the facility. Sheriff's Capt. Tracey Stuart says 54-year-old Donna Gross was found dead in an enclosed courtyard area of the state psychiatric hospital around 7 p.m....
  • In the arts

    LPAPA welcomes new board members The Laguna Plein Air Painters Assn. has welcomed plein air colorist Camille Przewodek and art historian Jean Stern to their board of directors. Przewodek, whose work invokes that of Claude Monet, has been a guest...
  • Your go-to white wine

    Your go-to white wine
    Most Americans think the only wines worth spending money on are imposing reds made from cabernet sauvignon or French bubbly. White wines are all too often afterthoughts -- and priced accordingly. That's too bad. While $18 or $20 or $24 for a white wine...
  • State to Close up to 70 Parks Because of Budget Cuts

    State to Close up to 70 Parks Because of Budget Cuts
    It’s no secret California lawmakers are making tough decisions to balance the state’s budget, and now their cuts could impact your vacation plans. California State Parks announced Friday a plan to close up to 70 of their 278 parks around...
  • Some State Parks Scheduled For Closure May Stay Open

    Some State Parks Scheduled For Closure May Stay Open
    SACRAMENTO (KTLA) -- Sixteen of the parks scheduled for closure under Governor Jerry Brown's latest budget may be allowed to stay open thanks to federal funding. State parks officials announced plans to close 70 parks earlier this month due to the budget...
  • Plane of Missing Winery Owner Found, Body is Among the Wreckage

    Plane of Missing Winery Owner Found, Body is Among the Wreckage
    The plane of a missing winery owner has been found in Amador County near Salt Spring Reservoir. Search and rescue aircraft flew over areas in Amador and Calaveras counties Friday looking for Robert H. “Budge” Brown and his plane. Friday...
  • Clueless about wine?

    Clueless about wine?
    Clueless about wine? Don't worry, you're sitting in a pretty crowded boat. While it seems more and more people are drinking more and more wine, there's still a wide gap out there in terms of wine knowledge. At the apex of the American wine scene are a...
  • A wine for more seasons

    A wine for more seasons
    Shadows are growing longer and days are growing shorter, but don't for a second think summer is over — even if the kids are heading back to school. There are plenty of sultry days in store. Warm weather can extend well beyond Labor Day; just ask any...