North Bay Business Journal‘s Brad Bollinger, talks to us about this week in north bay business.
Golden State used tremendous defense to go on a 15-2 run and take game 1 in the 4th quarter.
Sonoma County coast sea levels are predicted to rise by three feet or more by the year 2100. According to a state-commissioned report authored by a team of seven scientists, in the most extreme scenario – rapid
Three men and a teenage boy are in custody after a street crime crackdown in downtown San Rafael over the weekend. Police say they were arrested after selling cocaine and marijuana to an undercover officer on Saturday.
A group of homeless people are grateful for a special meal during the tenth annual Easter Brunch for the Homeless in Santa Rosa. Turnout was a little lighter than in past years for yesterday’s event at the
Familiar foe comes back to haunt Sharks in 1-0 loss, fall behind in first round series.
KGO-TV(BERKELEY, Calif.) — At least 15 people were arrested after supporters and opponents of President Trump clashed in Berkeley, California. According to Berkeley Police Officer Byron White, the rally started on Saturday with an event called “Patriots
Sheriff Steve Freitas, joins us to talk about Sanctuary State, Retiring, and Thoughts on Ernesto Oliveras.
Santa Rosa City Councilman and former policeman Ernesto Olivares is the first to announce he’s running to be the next Sonoma County sheriff. Olivares is hoping to take over the position of the county’s top cop from
Petaluma is set to implement so-called quiet zones to restrict SMART trains from sounding horns except in emergency situations. City officials say the quiet zone will stretch across all eight of the city’s rail crossings and will