Napa Valley Wine Train officials issued a lengthy apology Tuesday to a group of 11 book club members who were kicked off the train Saturday afternoon.
A teenage boy who was nearly crushed to death under a collapse chimney during last year’s 6.0-magnitude Napa earthquake is making huge strides after doctors told him he would have a tough time walking again.
A woman who set off a social media firestorm when she chronicled her book club’s ejection from the Napa Valley Wine Train on Saturday afternoon said Monday that she has yet to receive an apology from the company.
Napa residents are remembering the 6.0 magnitude quake that rocked their community exactly one year ago.
A California Highway Patrol flight officer and paramedic rescued a paraglider from a remote area of Napa County Saturday.
The U.S. Postal Service has decided not to demolish the historic Franklin Station Post Office in downtown Napa that was damaged in last year’s 6.0-magnitude earthquake.
Authorities arrested four people Thursday at a Napa home, where detectives found marijuana plants and evidence of the manufacture of concentrated cannabis.
Firefighters have stopped the fire’s forward progress, and are now focusing on mop up and tactical patrol operations in an effort to reach full containment.
Crews battling the toughest of several wildfires burning across the state held their ground, keeping a blaze east of California’s Napa Valley from jumping any more containment lines, fire officials said.
Campgrounds were evacuated near a Central California wildfire that has chewed through more than 2 square miles of dry timber in Sierra National Forest, one of several blazes burning across the state on Monday.