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Local wineries bring home the bling

South County wineries continue to eke out a stellar reputation for themselves alongside industry bigwigs from Napa, Paso Robles, Sonoma and beyond, leaving 57 judges with a positive impression on their palate during the 2013 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition last week.

The original Navy SEAL

This 2013 piece contains disputed material. Please see updated story here. —Editor

Charges dismissed against handyman kidnapping suspect

One man originally implicated in the bizarre kidnapping of a handyman in Morgan Hill last month is off the hook for the crime, while the other two suspects remain in custody awaiting further court proceedings. 

Wells Fargo bank robbery suspect at large

Police are looking for a man who robbed Wells Fargo Bank in Morgan Hill Saturday afternoon.

Suspects arrested after string of armed robberies

Four suspects drove south on the U.S. 101 early Tuesday morning, robbing convenience stores at gunpoint from Morgan Hill to King City, where they were finally arrested with cash and a handgun, police said. 

Sierra LaMar murder suspect arraigned on 2009 attempted kidnappings

Antolin Garcia Torres, the Morgan Hill man suspected of killing missing teen Sierra LaMar, appeared in court Wednesday morning to be arraigned on three attempted kidnapping charges related to a series of incidents that happened in 2009.

Home owner worry

The loss of a beloved tax deduction for South County homeowners is at stake, as Congress looks to make tough calls on how to decrease its federal deficit.

For the love of pintos

Morgan Hill trainer Rhonda Heiner, who recently nabbed top honors at one of the largest equine events in the country, is showing her clients and the world that the expensive hobby of horse showing can be done on a budget.

Learning from time spent in Mom’s kitchen

When I was growing up, our family sat down to the dinner table for a feast of Mom’s cooking nearly every night. My brother and I may have sought out our softie father anytime punishment was required, but Mom was the go-to for a homemade meal or treat.

The Rucker Four

Nearly two years after a botched burglary and torture incident left “crippling” emotional and physical effects on 60-year-old Gilroy resident Gary Wise, prosecutor Johnene Stebbins with the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office plans on adding another charge that could land the remaining defendants in prison for life without parole if convicted.