Indy 500 Driver, J.R. Hildebrand of Sausilito, talk about the upcoming Indy 500.
Politico’s Carla Marinucci, joins us to talk about what’s going on around California.
Mayor Chris Coursey, joins us to talk about Santa Rosa rejecting the outdoor marijuana ban.
The Santa Rosa City Council is rejecting a temporary ban on growing marijuana outdoors for personal use. By a five-to-two vote yesterday, city leaders also rejected a compromise proposal to limit outdoor plants to two per household.
Santa Rosa city leaders are hosting the first of several public forums on homelessness. The first meeting is scheduled for four o’clock this afternoon at the city’s Utility Fields Operations building at 35 Stony Point Road. The
SMART train officials are releasing a revised passenger schedule after receiving criticism over its announced schedule. The updated schedule released yesterday includes shortened wait times during peak commute hours, though gaps of an hour or more still exist.
Police are investigating the discovery of the body of a Santa Rosa woman missing since Friday. Sonoma County authorities said 54-year-old Catherine Huberty’s body was found yesterday about 150 feet down a steep ravine near her home
Sonoma County Growers Alliance Executive Director, Tawnie Logan, joins us to talk about Measure D: Santa Rosa’s Cannabis Tax.
California is breaking renewable energy records this month, and experts predict record growth to continue throughout the year. Spokesperson Steven Greenlee with The California Independent System Operator says the largest grid in the state beat the previous
As Sonoma County gets ready to unveil its SMART train, Bay Area train riders are wondering: is there privacy on BART? An East Bay woman is suing BART and the company that makes an app for passengers