More Videos

Before & after: Caltrans removes 12 feet of mud, water from Highway 101 2:00

Before & after: Caltrans removes 12 feet of mud, water from Highway 101

Take an early look at Rock & Brews restaurant in Vacaville 1:00

Take an early look at Rock & Brews restaurant in Vacaville

Actor Jeff Bridges describes moment mudslide hit his Montecito home 1:06

Actor Jeff Bridges describes moment mudslide hit his Montecito home

What it's like to be a 'Dreamer': SLO immigrant shares his worries 1:01

What it's like to be a 'Dreamer': SLO immigrant shares his worries

Video: Nearly a week after mudslide, Highway 101 remained underwater 1:11

Video: Nearly a week after mudslide, Highway 101 remained underwater

Videos: Montecito mudslides left path of destruction, from hills to beach 3:29

Videos: Montecito mudslides left path of destruction, from hills to beach

Democrats Schumer, Pelosi comment on government shutdown 2:13

Democrats Schumer, Pelosi comment on government shutdown

'I never wanted to leave the Raiders': Jon Gruden introduced as head coach 1:28

'I never wanted to leave the Raiders': Jon Gruden introduced as head coach

Memorials started at Paso Robles church, Atascadero High to honor sisters killed in crash 1:02

Memorials started at Paso Robles church, Atascadero High to honor sisters killed in crash

Paso Robles High quarterback Hunter Barnhart talks about stellar sophomore season 3:53

Paso Robles High quarterback Hunter Barnhart talks about stellar sophomore season

  • How Cambria's colorful, often kooky, scarecrows are made

    Now in its eighth year, the Cambria Scarecrow Festival features more than 500 colorful, often kooky scarecrows on display for the month of October. Retired teacher Christine “Chris” Fischer talks about the inspiration and construction process behind her scarecrows.

How Cambria's colorful, often kooky, scarecrows are made

Now in its eighth year, the Cambria Scarecrow Festival features more than 500 colorful, often kooky scarecrows on display for the month of October. Retired teacher Christine “Chris” Fischer talks about the inspiration and construction process behind her scarecrows.
Laura Dickinson ldickinson@thetribunenews.com