Study Finds No Specific Cause For Higher Cancer Rates In Napa CountyThe mystery of why cancer rates are higher in Napa County than anywhere else in the state has stumped doctors for nearly a decade. But a new report made public Tuesday may offer some answers.
Napa County Agrees To Provides Election Materials In SpanishNapa County and the Justice Department reached an agreement to ensure the county provides bilingual election materials and information in Spanish to voters, authorities announced Wednesday.
Rare Waterspout Touches Down On Lake BerryessaA fisherman on Lake Berryessa in Napa County didn't catch any trout Wednesday, but he did capture video of a rare waterspout.
Highway 121 In Napa County Remains Closed After Storm ErosionErosion has closed state Highway 121/Monticello Road in east Napa County until further notice, a Caltrans spokesman said.
Pregnant Napa County Woman Diagnosed With Zika VirusA pregnant Napa County woman has been diagnosed with the Zika Virus, the first such case in the county, health officials confirmed Wednesday.
Napa County School Bus Driver Taking 28 Students Home Arrested For DUIThe CHP said that Jaquida Parker of Vallejo is facing charges of driving under the influence and child endangerment.
Oakland Man Dies After 2 Porsches On Napa Vintage Car Rally CollideThe two Porsches were participating with 35 to 40 other vehicles in the 2015 Bohemian Run car tour from Petaluma to Calistoga at the time of the collision.
Some Napa Valley Residents Seek Stricter Rules On Winery TourismWine and Napa go hand in hand, but the influx of people enjoying Wine Country has changed the landscape, the industry and many argue the quality of life.
President Obama Calls Gov. Brown, Pledges Support To Valley Fire VictimsThe president called Governor Brown to express his concern for impacted California residents and his gratitude for the firefighters and others responding to the massive blaze. The federal government will continue its support for Valley Fire victims, Obama told Brown.
Valley Fire Now 30 Percent Contained, 70,000 Acres ScorchedCooler temperatures and higher humidity is helping firefighters battling the deadly Valley Fire in Lake, Napa and Sonoma counties.
Deadly Valley Fire Grows To 62,000 Acres, Destroys Entire CommunitiesCrews are still trying to assess the damage from the 62,000-acre Valley Fire, which has killed a 72-year-old woman, injured four firefighters and burned at least 585 homes as well as hundreds of other structures, Cal Fire said Monday.
Geothermal, Solar Power Facilities May Have Been Damaged In 62,000 Acre Valley FireAlameda Municipal Power reported Monday that geothermal and solar power facilities near Middletown may have been damaged in the 62,000-acre Valley Fire, currently burning through Lake, Napa, and Sonoma counties.