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When Adidas unveiled its new "Made in March" uniforms last week, headlined by Baylor's stylish neon "Sic 'Em" jersey , it probably thought, you know, Baylor was going to get to wear that jersey in March.
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An upcoming update to the coffee chain's app will allow users to tip their baristas from within the app.
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Pleasanton police are asking for the public's help in locating a driver who struck a motorcyclist on Tuesday, causing significant injuries.
If your view of Paso Robles consists of golden arches and gas station neon, glimpsed on a blurred dash down 101, you need to slow down -- way down.
From the tip of the Pacific Ocean right up to the mouth of Highway 101, West Paso Robles is packed with so many impressive wine tasting experiences, it can be dizzying to decide where to sip.
If you're heading to Paso Robles for a wine-tasting weekend, you'll find plenty of Marriotts and Quintas, and B&Bs galore.
In the mid-1970s, wine importer Robert Haas invited one of his French clients, Jean-Pierre Perrin of Chateau de Beaucastel in the southern Rhone Valley, to travel to California with him.
The operations consist of employing a minor, under the direction of police officers, who will attempt to purchase alcohol from customers at various businesses.
A downed power line sparked a small structure fire Monday evening in the 200 block of Vine Street in Paso Robles, leading to the evacuation of nearby homes.
Perhaps nowhere in California is this more true than Paso Robles. This rugged Central Coast region is the largest geographic appellation in California -- and the fastest-growing.
AP Photo/Michael A. Mariant Lead singer Kevin Cronin and guitarist Dave Amato of REO Speedwagon perform in Paso Robles, Calif., in 2009.
A controversial water district proposal sponsored by a group of vintners and ranchers and intended to manage the Paso Robles aquifer probably will not pass constitutional muster, and its primary backer said he is "disheartened."
It is true, as Joe Tarica observed , that Atascadero suffers from an absence of upscale retail offerings which, for years, has hurt the city’s image and left a large segment of the population underserved.