A Big Sur beach has become a hotbed of nude sunbathing, but it won't be for long if undercover state park rangers have anything to say about it. Kelly Nix reports.
At a hearing Monday night, the water board wasn't buying an activist's pitch about the advantages of a government takeover of Cal Am, but it decided to study the idea a bit further anyway. Kelly also has that one.
Carmel police are reinstituting bicycle patrols, not only because they're friendly, but because they're stealthy. Mary Schley explains how that works.
More than 100 people applied for the Carmel city manager's job, and you won't believe the list of qualifications the city wants a successful applicant to have. Mary has it.
The Bach Fest's new conductor and his energetic approach to classical music are getting enthusiastic reviews. Jazz radio station KRML's new owner has a host of ambitious plans to make the station one of Carmel's main attractions. The superjumbo A380 airplane began flying out of SFO to Frankfurt and Paris a few weeks ago, and I have a report about what's unique about this unprecedented airplane. The biggest motorcycle races of the year have come to Laguna Seca. And my editorial looks at a hot local controversy, and asks what each side could hope to gain from it.
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