Surgeries have been halted at Sonoma West medical Center due to an outbreak of mold. The Press Democrat reports that the mold spores were discovered about a month ago under a hand washing sink in a sterile
Santa Rosa police are stepping up patrols with a special bike and pedestrian safety operation on Friday. Officers will be out in force looking for violations by drivers, cyclists and pedestrians in an effort to combat injuries
Supervisor Susan Gorin, joins us to talk about what steps are being taken to sell the 82 acre site.
Commuters are now able to use a wider bridge along Highway 12 in Sebastopol. State and local officials were on hand Tuesday for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Laguna de Santa Rosa Bridge. The bridge is used
People in the Bay Area are struggling to keep from overheating and PG&E crews are scrambling to keep the power flowing. The utility said yesterday it has 150 crews out responding to power outages set off by
Asking your boss for a raise is creating anxiety among workers. Paul McDonald with the professional staffing firm Robert Half said only 49-percent of workers today feel confident in asking for a raise. The survey also showed that
The Santa Rosa City Council is unanimous in its approval of a grant application to set up a regional bike sharing program. Transportation planners from both Sonoma and Marin counties are jointly applying for about two-million dollars
Sonoma County Health Officer, Dr. Karen Milman, joins us to talk about the heat wave and what we can do to lower our health risk.
KSRO’s Mike Kelly of the Real Estate Hour, joins us to talk about the latest in real estate.
The California Senate is making this month Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month. Senator Ricardo Lara told colleagues yesterday, June is a major month for the LGBT community and their fight for equality. Lara also noted