The Director of Shelter and Housing, Jennielynn Holmes discusses the latest on the homeless situation currently on-going in Sonoma County.
Biologist and Research Program Manager with the Sonoma Ecology Center, Caitlin Cornwall, sponsors “fire walks” in local parks.
Executive Director with the Polly Klass Foundation, Raine Howe, discusses the future going forward after the conclusion of Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Copyright: rafaelbenari / 123RF Stock Photo
On January 31st, at The Church of the Roses, Vice Mayor Rogers, SR Police Department, SR Fire Department, Capt. Al Vernon from the Sheriff’s Departmentt, Press Democrat columnist Chris Smith, KZST’s Brent Farris, and KRSH’s Bill Bowker, were on hand
Co-Owner of Russian Brewing Company, Natalie Cilurzo, joins us from Germany to talk about the upcoming release of Pliny the Younger.
District 3 Supervisor Shirlee Zane, joins us to talk about the lack of information coming from California Office of Emergency Services and a overview of recovery in her district.
Federal, state and local officials are advising fire victims to be persistent about filing damage claims connected to the October fires. At a “Recovery and Rebuilding” Town Hall yesterday at the Sonoma Vets Building, a State Department
Copyright: bialasiewicz / 123RF Stock Photo Sonoma County leaders are considering reducing mental health staffing and funding for services due to a budget shortfall. The county’s Director of Health Services says it’s possible as many as 40
Advisory: Avoid Hearn Ave at the railroad tracks. E/B lane is closed to traffic due to accident. Long delays both directions
The deadline is midnight tonight to enroll in insurance policies for health coverage through the Covered California marketplace. As of January 21st, almost 350-thousand new customers had signed up for health coverage, and well over one-million existing