Michelle Macaluso Archive
Published January 05, 2013
California's homemade food makers are now able to sell their products to restaurants and grocery stores, thanks to a new law that went into effect this year.
Published November 30, 2012
Hotels are trying to figure out ways to keep customers safe after hackers figured out how to pick a widely-used room lock.
Published November 08, 2012
Looking for a different tour through wine country? First Crush in Paso Robles, Calif. takes visitors beyond the tasting room and lets you create custom made wine from start to finish.
Published November 05, 2012
Major banks are helping those affected by the devastating storm by waiving bank fees and extending the period of when waivers are in effect.
Published October 01, 2012
This time of year, families are itching to get outside and enjoy the last warm days of the season. For some, it means a trip to the pumpkin patch, and for others it means a trip back in time.
Published September 21, 2012
If you have plans to fly American Airlines this fall you might want to reconsider.
Published September 14, 2012
It’s not your typical rodeo—with camels, ostriches, and zebras—all racing at the 53rd annual International Camel Races in Virginia City, Nevada.
Published September 10, 2012
What Gail Gates thought were pesky water weeds became a profitable business model, earning her the name “Pond Plant Girl.”
Published August 22, 2012
Woodward West is like no other camp in the world— a Disneyland for extreme sports.
Published July 10, 2012
On July 8, 1947, a crash in Roswell, N.M. described by local papers as a "flying saucer" lit a fire in America: UFO fever. 65 years later, some Central Californians believe part of the U.S. remains a UFO hotspot, the bottom leg of a "UFO triangle" as mysterious as Bermuda's.