NFL owners voted 31-1 to approve the relocation of the Raiders from Oakland to Las Vegas. The Raiders, though, are likely to play two, maybe three more seasons in Oakland before a $1.7 billion stadium in Las
Workers cleaning up a condemned Santa Rosa home are reporting the discovery of an explosive drug-making device. The discovery yesterday morning at the home on Richmond Drive in the Santa Rosa Junior College neighborhood prompted street closures
Medical marijuana has been growing outdoors, legally, for 20 years. But the Santa Rosa City Council has other ideas. At tonight’s meeting, the council is expected to ban outdoor pot growing of any kind for 45 days.
Another arrest for the same thing: Sonoma County Sheriff’s Deputies took 34-year old Jesus Orozco into custody last night after he left the scene when his pickup struck the back end of a car stopped at a
Festival Director, Judy Groverman Walker, joins us to wrap up the Artisan Cheese Festival.
North Bay Business Journal‘s Brad Bollinger, talks to us about this week in north bay business.
Sonoma County Sheriff Steve Freitas is planning to retire and says he won’t run for reelection next year. The 26-year veteran of the Sheriff’s Office was unopposed in 2010 when he won his first term and again
A Forestville man is in custody on suspicion of shooting and killing his brother. Shaun Michael Gallon was taken into custody over the weekend shortly after the shooting of his younger brother, 36-year-old Shamus Gallon, at
Santa Rosa’s newest park is now open to the public after holding a festive multicultural grand opening. Hundreds of people attended the ribbon-cutting and festivities this weekend at Bayer Neighborhood Park & Gardens, located on West Avenue
Organizers of this year’s California Artisan Cheese Tasting and Marketplace are reporting a record-setting sellout. The executive director of yesterday’s festival held outside Petaluma’s Sheraton Hotel said 16-hundred tickets were sold. Two big tents held just under 100