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.
Progress Made In Napa County Wildfire Near YountvilleFirefighters made significant progress overnight on a wildfire burning in Wine Country.
Fast-Moving Brush Fire In Napa Valley Grows To 53 AcresA 53-acre wildfire forced mandatory evacuations in the Campbell Creek and Campbell Flats areas of unincorporated Napa County Monday evening, according to Cal Fire.
Tiger Woods Withdrawing From Safeway Open In NapaThree days after entering the Safeway Open in Napa, Tiger Woods is withdrawing from the tournament.
It's Official: Tiger Woods Returning At Safeway Open In NapaTiger Woods made it official Friday by entering the Safeway Open in Napa, the first event on the PGA Tour's wraparound schedule.
Napa Bones Identified As Brothers Missing Since 2014 WildfireAuthorities say bones found last year on a remote Napa County hillside belonged to two Santa Rosa brothers reported missing in 2014.
Tiger Woods Targeting Napa Tourney For PGA ReturnOut of golf for more than a year, Tiger Woods said Wednesday he hopes to play the first event of the PGA Tour season next month in Napa
Margrit Mondavi, Widow Of Pioneer California Winemaker, Dies At 91Margrit Biever Mondavi, the widow of California wine pioneer Robert G. Mondavi who served as the company's cultural affairs director for decades, has died.

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