Heat Wave Has Vineyardists, Vintners in a Cold SweatGrowers and winemakers in Northern California have started irrigating early and humidifying barrel rooms to get ahead of the heat.
Napa Mom, Boyfriend Convicted Of Torture Death Of Young DaughterA Napa mother and her boyfriend was convicted Monday of the gruesome torture murder and assault of her 3-year-old daughter at a Napa motel in 2014.
Slumbering Driver Escapes Napa Car FireA driver who pulled over on Napa's Silverado Trail to nap was able to escape their vehicle when it exploded into flames.
Progress Made In Napa County Wildfire Near YountvilleFirefighters made significant progress overnight on a wildfire burning in Wine Country.
Sonoma Puts Moratorium On Short-Term Vacation RentalsThinking about a weekend in Sonoma to enjoy fall in Wine County? Well, if you were looking at booking on websites like Airbnb and Vacation Rental By Owner, you better seek an alternative.
Tanker Cars Full Of Hazardous Fuel Abandoned On SMART Train Tracks Near SonomaA train hauling millions of gallons of highly-flammable liquid petroleum gas is currently stopped on the SMART rail corridor in Sonoma County and no one seems sure why.
CHP Look For Bear Spotted On Hwy 128 Near HealdsburgAuthorities are keeping a lookout for a bear that was seen walking on state Highway 128 east of Healdsburg Thursday, California Highway Patrol Officer Jon Sloat said.
Wine-Tasting Arizona Tourists Arrested On Suspicion Of DUIAn Arizona man and woman who took turns driving as they were wine tasting in Sonoma County on Monday afternoon were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Mother Nature Delivers Another PunchThe latest in a series of storms churned to life in the Pacific rolled through the Bay Area early Wednesday, dumping nearly an inch of rain in Wine Country.
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.
More Drought-Challenged California Winemakers Grow Grapes With Less WaterA growing minority of California growers and winemakers believe that when it comes to wine grapes, the less irrigation, the better.
35 To Ride 'Wine Soul Train' Bus Tour Of Napa Valley To Raise Awareness Of Race DisparitiesThirty-five people are headed from Oakland to wine country Saturday on what's being called The Wine Soul Train, a response to a racial incident last month on the Napa Valley Wine Train

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