A fire on Sharp Road in Sonoma County caused heavy smoke to drift into the Calistoga area on Tuesday, according to an alert by the City of Calistoga.
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HAYWARD — A 400-pound security robot that was knocked over by a vandal last month in Northern California may help bring its attacker to justice.
Challenges facing the Napa wine industry include aging baby boomers, turning millennials into wine drinkers and rising labor costs, wine conference speakers said.
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Thanks to Rene’ and Gwen Bassett, there’s a new player on Napa’s barbecue scene: Dickey’s Barbecue Pit in the River Park shopping center. Dickey’s, a large barbecue chain, is
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SACRAMENTO — Employees of one of California’s 54 district agricultural associations misspent hundreds of thousands of dollars in state money, and the agency in charge of oversight failed to
FRESNO — Dolores Huerta, a social activist and labor leader who marched with Cesar Chavez, was arrested Tuesday along with seven other union members during a protest to demand a raise for Fresno
Commercial cannabis cultivation in rural Napa County could generate $760,000 to $1.52 million annually in taxes, but also cause skunky odors and other potential problems for the wine/tourism