Share Tweet Email Share: Share Tweet Email Share: Share Tweet Email KGO HALF MOON BAY, Calif. (KGO) -- A small plane has crashed into the ocean south of the Half Moon Bay Airport.Officials say it happened at 5:50 pm.Search crews were stationed in El Granada, as two people were aboard the plane were in the ocean.They are now being flown to Stanford Hospital. Their conditions are unknown at this time.Stay with ABC7 News for the latest details on this developing story. Report a correction or typo Related topics: half moon bay search water rescue plane crash Share: Share Tweet Email Copyright © 2019 KGO-TV. All Rights Reserved. More Videos From CNN Newsource affiliates TOP STORIES 6-year-old boy dreams of forever home after family evicted in Oakland Pilots urge San Jose not to turn Reid-Hillview airport into mixed-income housing Suspect in SF condo attack ordered to stay in … [Read more...] about Small plane crashes into ocean near Half Moon Bay Airport
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By Lisa M. Krieger | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group May 28, 2018 at 7:30 am HALF MOON BAY — For generations, famed grower “Farmer John” Muller has delighted residents of this small town, donating his time, tales, and truckloads of orange, white, green, red and butter-hued gourds. But pumpkins and produce don’t pay the bills anymore. And his next crop — baby pot plants — is carving a rift through the community like a slice into a jack-o’-lantern. “We’re saying ‘no’ to marijuana,” said local resident Joaquin Jimenez, who has joined the town’s Catholic church and a committee of high school parents in fierce opposition to the plan. “We’re very proud of our community and we don’t want to put any dark cloud over it.” In early June, the city will debate an ordinance to allow farmers to grow legal marijuana sprouts in “nurseries” in existing greenhouses. … [Read more...] about From pumpkins to pot? Half Moon Bay feud over future of family farms
By John Woolfolk | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: July 20, 2018 at 11:39 am | UPDATED: July 20, 2018 at 12:05 pm With a guy like Vladimir Putin after him, British financier Bill Browder as a matter of habit does not reveal his whereabouts. After all, people who cross the Russian president and former KGB spook have a way of winding up dead. Like Browder’s Russian lawyer and accountant, Sergei Magnitsky. So it was a little unusual for Browder to reveal on social media a month ago that he was “back to my old stomping grounds in Half Moon Bay California where my whole story began,” tweeting out a smiling photo of himself on the beach. “It doesn’t get much better than this…” Browder tweeted. Back to my old stomping grounds in Half Moon Bay California where my whole story began. It doesn’t get much better than this…. pic.twitter.com/PYg8pBmhPq — Bill Browder (@Billbrowder) June 11, 2018 How … [Read more...] about Why was Putin nemesis Bill Browder hanging out on the beach in Half Moon Bay?
Left homeless after Hurricane Katrina hit his place in Gulfport, Miss., a 53-year-old man who has been traveling the country in a covered wagon headed west in protest of U.S. economic policy says he has been arrested only once, briefly, in Texas.But now Roy Gleiter and a 73-year-old companion, Debra Cowden, have been ordered off state land in Colorado, where they are camped awaiting better weather this spring, reports the Pueblo Chieftan.A Thursday notice from the state department of transportation gave them three days to vacate, calling their campsite near Route 50 in Pueblo County a nuisance and a trespass and ordering them not to camp near any state roads.Attorney Matt Martin of Pueblo says he intends to fight their case as a pro bono matter. “I think it’s unfair what they are doing to him,” Martin tells the newspaper. “He’s not hurting anyone. He is way off the road. He’s got nowhere to go; even if he picked up and moved, he’d still be in … [Read more...] about Pro Bono Lawyer to Help Covered-Wagon Traveler Camped Near Colo. Road Fight DOT Eviction Order
0 View Comments The City Council work session is happening now. You can follow along on Twitter for the latest updates on:Urban deer population For months now, city leaders have debated the merits of an urban hunting program and other ways to address the overpopulation issue. In short about 20 deer live in every square mile of SW Colorado Springs. Two or three deer per square mile is typical for a healthy rural area. You can read more about the issue here. Ban on homeless camps near waterways Also, City Council will hear a pitch on how the city can more aggressively ticket people living alongside creeks and waterways, even when no alternative shelter exists. Calling that pitch a public health imperative to battle E. coli, trash and debris, city leaders will discuss the move as Colorado Springs faces increasing pressure from state public health regulators to improve the quality of its waterways. More on that here. Tweets by Conrad_Swanson … [Read more...] about Happening now: City Council work session to tackle overpopulation of urban deer and ban on homeless camping near waterways