The Board of Directors at SRJC has voted unanimously to protect undocumented students on campus. It was a unanimous decision by the board. That decision means the junior college joins many other California schools and colleges who
The Oroville evacuees have been given the green light to go home. All 180-thousand residents have been told to stay ready, though, in case another emergency takes place. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is directing the California Department of Water
Well…that escalated quickly, after 48 hours of mixed messages about support of National Security Adviser Mike Flynn, he officially resigned tonight over calls he made to the Russian Ambassador before Donald Trump’s inauguration. Flynn is now the
Santa Rosa Junior College‘s President Frank Chong, joins us to talk about the SRJC becoming a Safe Haven.
Public broadcasting television station KRCB is getting over 70-million dollars to change its channel. The money comes from an auction organized by the Federal Communications Commission in which stations agree to give up their spots on the
About 200-thousand people living near the Oroville Dam in northern California are not being allowed back into their homes. Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea says evacuations are for public safety, but admits they are a big hardship
If you’re looking for an alternative to the usual Valentine dinner and a movie, how about this? The Resurrection Roller Girls are recruiting and you could join the fun tonight! The local roller derby team is looking
When the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors decided to sell 82 acres of the former Chanate Road home of Sutter Hospital, it affected more than human beings. The Bird Rescue site is located inside those acres, and
Nuggets Tie NBA record with 24 three-pointers to defeat Golden State 132-110.
We’re back after a great (finally dry!!) Sonoma County weekend. Much to catch up from over the weekend: Did you catch the Grammys? They were as odd as ever, KQED’s Gabe Meline will be in to