New research shows that states with legal medical marijuana programs are seeing a reduction in opioid use. Doctor Yuyan Shi says states with medical marijuana programs saw 23-percent fewer hospitalizations related to the nationwide opioid epidemic, and
The celebration for the 50th annual Summer of Love begins tomorrow at the de Young Museum: The experience will immerse you into the psychedelic world of San Francisco circa 1967: the posters that lined Haight-Ashbury and the fashion
We speak with Supervisor Shirlee Zane, about SMART approving pay to park at lots and calling on cell phones.
Dr. Christi Camblor, Director of Muttopia joins us to talk about specializing in cross border rescues.
Sonoma West Medical center is getting a “capital infusion” from a Florida-based company. Officials announced yesterday that the one-million-dollar “investment” will enable the hospital to stay open and pay back money owed to vendors. The money is
Not everyone is happy about the weekly cleanup of a homeless camp in downtown Santa Rosa. About a dozen members of the activist group Homeless Action met yesterday morning at the Highway 101 underpass on Ninth Street
SMART train officials say they’re almost ready for federal rail inspectors to sign off on the commuter line through Marin and Sonoma counties. Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit leaders said yesterday they’ve successfully tested safety features at all
Yoga pants lovers will be happy this morning…Lululemon is opening a store in Montgomery Village later this month. The popular athletic-wear store has men and women’s attire, but it’s known for it’s yoga pants for women. The
With the Spurs loss and the Warriors victory Golden State is assured home court advantage throughout the Playoffs.
Sonoma County voter data recently added to a map of how every precinct in California voted is spotlighting the Donald Trump-Hillary Clinton divide. In the 2016 general election, there were just over 233-thousand votes cast in Sonoma