The leaning tower… Experts say they can straighten up San Francisco’s tilting Millennium Tower. The “Chronicle” reports a couple of engineering firms say drilling 50 to 100 new clusters of steel pipes into bedrock would stabilize and
Segments of a bike and pedestrian path running along SMART rail tracks are one major step closer to reality. SMART officials said yesterday a just over one-mile path over the Petaluma River and under Highway 101 between
Petaluma police are looking for three women suspected of robbing a Petaluma shop of over eight-thousand-dollars worth of jewelry. Investigators said yesterday the women were seen on surveillance footage entering Novedades Mexico on Baywood Drive on July
Interim CEO for Sonoma County Tourism, Tim Zahner, joins us to talk about Sonoma County tourism.
Santa Rosa Author Felix Blackwell, talks about his book “Stolen Tongues”.
A Santa Rosa nursing home company is named in a federal class-action lawsuit. Brookdale on Fountaingrove Parkway is one of 89 facilities statewide accused of chronic understaffing, failing to meet the basic needs of residents, and putting
The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors is tapping 20 people as members of a new cannabis advisory group. Supervisors yesterday chose the members from more than 100 people who applied to join the Sonoma County Cannabis Advisory
Santa Rosa city leaders are considering ending the use of chemical weed killers in city parks. The City Council yesterday agreed to re-bid a landscaping contract to avoid using synthetic herbicides like Roundup after the state listed
The Salvation Army of Petaluma wants to make it easier for kids in that city to head back to school this year: they’re holding the 5th annual car show this Saturday at Casa Grande High to give
Deputy Director for Planning, Clare Hartman, joins us to talk about the meeting that was held last night.