A new sleeker, taller Golden Gate Bridge toll plaza is expected to get a green light today. The bridge district’s board of directors is scheduled to vote on an engineering consultant for the new toll plaza. Changes
Cal Fire officials are trying to figure out why a Windsor neighborhood received an accidental soaking of pink fire retardant. A Cal Fire air tanker yesterday afternoon dropped the retardant on about a dozen homes and cars
Ironman Santa Rosa’s coming up tomorrow: over 22-hundred athletes from all over the world will participate. The swim, run and cycling event will mean road closures and areas set up for spectators: you can find the entire route and closures HERE.
Political Rock Star and SSU Professor, Dave McCuan, joins us to talk about the democrats sticking with Nacy Pelosi despite a down year for the democrats.
Executive sports editor for the Napa Valley Register, Marty James, joins us to talk about the Raiders training camp.
A Petaluma man is facing a drunken driving charge after showing up at the police station on an unrelated matter smelling of alcohol. Richard Elwood had driven to the station Tuesday morning to talk about a hit-and-run
Novato is getting a half-million-dollar grant to build a SMART train stop downtown. Marin Supervisor Damon Connolly says the grant from the Transit Performance Initiative has a lot of environmental and economic benefits. The Metropolitan Transportation Commission
Sonoma County officials are issuing toxic algae warnings for beaches up and down the Russian River. Water samples were taken Monday and positive results for a potentially dangerous neurotoxin were received yesterday, prompting officials to post “caution”
Lawyer with the Southwest Voter Registration Education Project, Kevin Shenkman, joins us to talk about Santa Rosa’s unfair elections charges.
Enviromental Health and Safety Director, Christine Sosko, joins us to talk about the civil grand jury’s findings.