Magnitude-4.1 quake rattles Napa ValleyThe quake, which struck at 7:53 p.m., was centered about 6 miles east-northeast of Yountville, according to preliminary information from the U.S. Geological Survey.
- Boonville man, 18, killed in Hwy. 128 crash
- North Bay remains slowest-growing part of booming Bay Area
- Healdsburg's Twilight Parade returns for 66th year
- Warriors survive Game 2 scare; defeat Rockets 99-98 to go up 2-0 in series
- Feds OK plan to keep more water in Lake Pillsbury reservoir
- Santa Rosa woman sent to prison for identity theft
- Petaluma man arrested in mortgage case
- Roseland University Prep garners national recognition
Ryan Adams, who is playing at the Wells Fargo Center this Friday, appeases potential hecklers with a Bryan Adams’ song.
Memorial Day weekend signals the unofficial start of grilling season.
About 4.4 million Californians plan on traveling 50 miles or more this Memorial Day weekend, up 4.6 percent from last year’s record highs.
When the buzzer rudely sounded and the Warriors had beaten Houston 99-98, James Harden, the Rockets superstar, one of the world’s great basketball players, fell to his knees and put his elbows on the floor and rested his head on the hardwood.
New population and housing estimates released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau show housing construction has not kept pace with population growth across the Bay Area.
The word “investment” gets tossed around a lot in politics. Earmarking some of the state’s growing surplus for a program that rewards work qualifies as an investment in a stronger economy and a hedge against hardworking families sinking into poverty.
Jim Nevill, a travel and fine art photographer, is featured on the cover of Shutterbug Magazine’s May issue.
High school softball: Rancho Cotate outslugs Ukiah 16-8 to win NBL title
Rancho won in a slugfest and ended Ukiah's 17-game winning streak.