The son of a 66-year-old woman who died in a fire at her Santa Rosa mobile home is under arrest on suspicion of arson and homicide. Sheriff’s officials said yesterday Ian Stamp may not have intended to
Russian River Brewing Company’s Pliny the Elder is no longer number one on the annual “Best Beers in America” list. “Zymurgy Magazine’s” list came out yesterday and the popular beer fell to second place after holding the
No one can do anything about the heat wave, but people throughout the Bay Area and everywhere else in California can help deal with it. The organization that oversees the state’s electrical generation and delivery systems, the
Supervisor Shirlee Zane, talks to us about the 1.59 Billion dollar budget that the Sonoma County Supervisors agreed upon.
North Bay Business Journal‘s Brad Bollinger, talks to us about this week in north bay business.
Sonoma-Marin Fair, Publicist Christy Gentry, talks to us about the upcoming Sonoma-Marin Fair that starts this Wednesday.
Friedman’s Home Improvment VP of Operations, Jim Rivas, joins us to talk about what people are buying to stay cool during the heat wave.
About 30 people are facing various charges following arrests and citations during a DUI-Driver’s License checkpoint in Santa Rosa. Police arrested nine people for DUI and cited or arrested an additional 18 for unlicensed vehicles and
The Bay Area is heating up to dangerous levels as the week begins. An excessive heat warning is in effect through Thursday evening. Ten cities set heat records yesterday and the region will be broiling under daytime
The Golden State Warriors are making sure the City of Oakland doesn’t get stuck paying for the team’s championship parade. It cost about four-million dollars to put on the parade through downtown Oakland last Thursday morning. Cities