He didn’t think about it for long: 14-year old Elvis Ingersoll was working at a restaurant in Vallejo this week during that wild hailstorm, when he saw an elderly man caught in the storm trying to cross
The first threat at Rancho Cotate High was a phone call on February 27th: a distorted voice saying that a bomb would go off the next morning on campus. Press Democrat reports the second one, an email,
It won’t be long before fire season is upon us once again: and Lake County still feels the sting of the major fires there a couple of years ago. The Middletown Rancheria of the Pomo Indians and
Some Petaluma teachers are working multiple jobs just to make ends meet. According to research from the Petaluma Federation of Teachers, the average teacher’s salary in 2015-2016 was just under 68-thousand dollars, which ranks 16th among 21
4th District Supervisor James Gore, talks to us about Measure A.