New Rain Threat For Soggy Bay Area HillsidesThere was a popular 1980s song with the refrain – “Here comes the rain again.” It may also be a mantra for Northern Californians this week.
Flooded Roadways, Slides Make Travel Difficult In Napa CountyFlooded roadways and rock slides in Napa County created challenging travel conditions Tuesday for residents living in California’s famed Wine Country.
Napa's New 'Dry Bypass' Eases Flooding Concerns For ResidentsThe Napa River flooded, but it could have been a lot worse if it weren't for the city's new "dry bypass."
TV News Van Crushed By Hwy 17 Slide; More Slides Threaten Storm AreaOn Highway 17 south of Sugarloaf Road in the Santa Cruz Mountains, tons of rock and debris came crashing down onto the roadway, slamming into a television news van.
Napa River Rises Rapidly With Storm Runoff, Submerging Valley CrossroadsThe Napa River swelled to overflowing Sunday, submerging valley crossroads and threatening to inundate world-renowned vineyards.
Napa Officer Puts Stop To Holiday Cancer Collection ScamA Napa police officer put a stop to a cancer charity scam Wednesday after spotting an individual known to the department collecting cash outside of a supermarket.
Guilty Plea In French Laundry Wine HeistA California man has pleaded guilty to a charge stemming in part from the theft of more than 100 wine bottles worth more than $500,000 from a famed Napa Valley restaurant.
Infant Death At Napa Daycare Center Under InvestigationPolice in Napa on Thursday announced an investigation into the death of an infant at a daycare center, according to authorities.
Napa High School Football Players Held Down, Assaulted By TeammatesNapa police are investigating a report of an assault involving multiple students on the Napa High School football team.
Famed TV Chef Arrested For DUI, Controlled Substance PossessionLocal chef and restaurateur Michael Chiarello was arrested Wednesday morning and charged with driving under the influence and possession of a controlled substance.
Napa Non-Profit Guides Students Into Careers
More Women Working In Once Male-Dominated Wine IndustryIt's harvest time in Napa and Sonoma and -- due to labor shortages -- more women have been recruited not only to pick grapes, but also turn them into wine.

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