Silverado Trail Reopens Near St. Helena Following 10-Day Storm ClosureThe Silverado Trail has reopened near St. Helena in Napa County after a 10-day closure caused by damage from last month's stormy weather, county officials announced Friday.
Napa Man Convicted In Rape, Sexual Abuse of Child Family Members; Faces Life In PrisonA Napa man was convicted of raping and sexually abusing two young family members over the course of several years and is facing life in prison, authorities said Wednesday.
UPDATE: Napa's Silverado Trail Remains Closed Due to Storm DamageNapa Valley's Silverado Trail was partially damaged due to storm-related flooding on Monday morning, which caused a portion of the trail to close until repair work is completed, Napa County Public Works announced Tuesday afternoon.
UPDATE: Burning, Stolen Car May Have Sparked Newell Fire In Napa County; Driver ArrestedAuthorities in Napa County on Monday night said a car that had been stolen was found burning near where the fast-moving Newell Fire started in American Canyon.
Napa County DA: Sheriff's Deputy Won't Be Charged In Deadly Shooting Of Juan Adrian GarciaThe Napa County District Attorney's office announced Friday that a sheriff's deputy will not face charges in the deadly shooting of Juan Adrian Garcia.
COVID: Napa County Health Officials Tout 90% Vaccination Rate; Prepare To Vaccinate KidsRoughly 90 percent of eligible Napa County residents have received at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose as local case and hospitalization data trends down, the county's public health officer said Tuesday.
Neighbors Drop Lawsuit Alleging 'Harmful' Nuisances At Napa County Compost FacilityA group of neighbors suing a Napa County compost and recycling company over odor, noise and other alleged nuisances have withdrawn their lawsuit, according to officials from Upper Valley Disposal Service.
UPDATE: Thousands of North Bay PG&E Customers Remain With Power Amid PSPSThousands of people in the North Bay were still without power Wednesday following Pacific Gas & Electric's latest Public Safety Power Shutoff.
PG&E Begins Public Safety Power Shutoff Impacting 51,000 NorCal CustomersPacific Gas and Electric technicians have commenced a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) Tuesday evening across a wide swath of Northern California, including the North Bay and East Bay.
Cal Fire Investigation Unable To Determine Cause Of Last Year's Glass FireCal Fire officials said an investigation was not able to determine the cause of the Glass Fire, a massive wildfire that scorched 67,000 acres in the North Bay last September.
California Drought: Wine Country Vineyard Struggles To Stay Afloat After Well Runs DryAs the drought deepens, industries that rely on water are facing a desperate situation and that includes the wine regions of the Napa and Sonoma Valleys where one producer has literally run dry.