If you thought it was hot in Santa Rosa yesterday, you’re not alone: Meteorologist Roger Goss from the National Weather Service. Healdsburg broke a record for June 10th at 104. As for today? A heat advisory is
Off-Duty Los Angeles County Deputy In Critical Condition Following Shooting At Fast Food Establishment
An off-duty Los Angeles County deputy is in critical condition following a shooting at a fast food restaurant in Alhambra. L.A. Sheriff’s Department Captain Kent Wegener says it happened at a Jack in the Box yesterday evening.
A Georgia man is dead after a weekend ATV accident in a Napa vineyard. The 35-year-old victim had been riding the ATV on a paved roadway at Vine Cliff Vineyard on Silverado Trail at about 5:30 p.m.
Some rural North Bay residents are reporting an early morning wake-up call. The U.S. Geological Survey is confirming that a 4.1-magnitude earthquake struck near Cobb Mountain just before 1 a.m. The quake was centered outside the town
Legalizing medical marijuana does not reduce the rate of fatal opioid overdoses. According to researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine, contrary to a 2014 study there is no evidence of a connection between opioid deaths
(Photo courtesy of Alicia Jessop) A California woman visiting Maine had her first lobster roll stolen by an unusual suspect. Alicia Jessop was in the town of York when a seagull swooped down and grabbed the lobster
California’s 2019-2020 Budget is getting its final touches before heading to Governor Newsom’s desk. Senator Holly J. Mitchell, chair of the Budget Conference Committee, says a final state budget can be expected to reach the governor sometime
California blood banks are critically in need of donations. Alexander Sigua of the non-profit blood donation organization Vitalant says there’s always a need for every blood type, but right now, there’s a special need for Type “O”
A third consecutive Spare the Air Day has been issued for today. Warmer than usual temperatures and stagnant air quality is creating unhealthy ozone levels. Drift smoke from the Sand Fire in Yolo County has been pushed
Young immigrants in the country illegally are one step closer to qualifying for state healthcare in California. An agreement is in place between the state legislature and the governor that grants Medi-Cal benefits to low-income residents under