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Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Views on Food: Tending the concept of urban agriculture
Ron Rutherford started a community garden in January 2013 with his own money on a lot at Sixth Avenue and Martin Luther King Boulevard in Sacramento.
The News Journal
California dreaming, and drinking, in wine country
I'm pretty sure everyone, at some point this winter, has had the moment when they've said "enough is enough."
Former Hospital Owner Will Admit He Bribed Sen. Calderon
The former owner of a tiny orthopedic hospital with an unusually heavy roster of spinal surgery patients was charged Friday with health care fraud in a $500 million scheme to defraud workers' compensation insurance providers with the help of a California state senator.
A new Napa talent, with an eye for the past
Rory Williams, who grew up in Napa, then apprenticed in Argentina and studied at Cornell, is branching out from Cabernet with his Calder wine label.
The Desert Sun
Our Voice: Muscle for the fight against metal crooks
Many California laws have been enacted to combat metal theft. But as the problem continues to escalate -- affecting schools, utility districts, farmers, construction sites, churches, homes and more -- lawmakers keep looking for new rules and resources.
Napa Valley be my Valentine
The beauty of the Valley attracts people all year-round. No surprise that many people come here to celebrate a romantic weekend, whether it is in St. Valentine or not.
10 Romantic Wineries for a Weekend in Wine Country
If you're still looking for a quick way to woo your date this weekend, surprise your sweetie with a one-a-kind experience at one of these intimate wineries.
Banning man pleads not guilty to setting 9 fires
A Southern California man who was convicted of arson 25 years ago has pleaded not guilty to setting nine more fires - including one that damaged two homes.