It was not a surprise: the Sonoma County Supervisors has become the first local governmental agency to sue PG&E over the North Bay Fires. The supervisors had already hired attorneys to represent them in a suit in
Corporate Relations Manager for the Redwood Empire Food Bank, Caryn Mali, shares details about the unique art exhibition ReCANstruction and competition coming to Coddingtown Mall in Santa Rosa.
Colonel Eric McFadden from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers provides the latest updates on the cleanup efforts in Sonoma County.
Here are some pictures taken from the KSRO parking lot of the Super Blue Blood Moon.
Financial Stability Program Officer with United Way of the Wine Country, Suzanne Yeomans, joins us to talk about United Way’s “Earn It! Keep It! $ave It!” program.
Vice President of Community and Government Relations with Redwood Credit Union, Matt Martin, joins us to give us an update on the North Bay Fire Relief Fund.
Director of Green Dog Rescue Project, Colleen Combs, joins us to talk about who Greendog Rescue Project is and what they do.
A potential labor shortage is threatening to slow progress on plans to rebuild homes in Coffey Park. The first sign of a new home being built in the fire-ravaged Santa Rosa neighborhood was seen yesterday, prompting Coffey
Community members and city officials alike are marking a major milestone in recovery efforts following the October wildfires. As of yesterday, crews completed debris removal in the Coffey Park neighborhood in Santa Rosa that was destroyed by
Petaluma is inching closer to completing the final phase of construction on a much-anticipated new bike path. The City Council yesterday approved a funding agreement with the Sonoma County Transportation Authority to complete the final section of