Napa Valley Tourism Bounces Back Despite COVID SpikeWhile the Delta variant is leading to a spike in coronavirus cases, Napa Valley hasn’t seen it have much impact on tourism.
Bill From Bay Area Congress Members Will Study Effects Of Wildfire SmokeTwo members of Congress based in the Bay Area sponsored legislation Thursday that authorizes $20 million for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to study the health impacts of wildfire smoke and what can be done to mitigate its effects.
UPDATE: Arden Neighbors React To Arrest of Foiled Terror Plot SuspectNeighbors of the suspect arrested this week in connection with a foiled terror plot to blow up Democratic headquarters in Sacramento were shocked at what happened.
2 Bay Area Men Indicted For Planning to Firebomb Democratic Headquarters in SacramentoTwo Bay Area men were indicted in San Francisco federal court Thursday, charged with conspiring to firebomb John L. Burton Democratic headquarters in Sacramento after the 2020 Presidential election, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
Napa Naturopathic Doctor Accused Of Selling Fake COVID Pills, Providing Fake Immunization CardsA licensed naturopathic doctor in Napa was arrested Wednesday in an alleged scheme to sell homeoprophylaxis immunization pellets and provide fake COVID-19 vaccination cards, federal authorities announced.
Warning Issued To Lake Berryessa Swimmers After Second Drowning This MonthA man's body was recovered from Lake Berryessa in Napa County Sunday evening about 2.5 hours after he drowned, according to Henry Wofford, a spokesman for the Napa County Sheriff's Office.
COVID Reopening: Napa County Toasts Return Of Visitors, Business Close To Normal LevelsWith California just days away from a full reopening, Napa County has already roared back to what many consider pre-pandemic speed.
Fully-Vaccinated Napa Woman Dies of COVID-19Napa County has reported its first death from COVID-19 in a fully vaccinated patient, a county spokesperson said Thursday.
Napa County Expecting $13M in Federal Relief Funds, Possibly By End Of MonthNapa County expects to receive $13 million in federal funding as soon as this month, a county official told the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday.
Napa County's 2020 Wine Grape Production Only Half of Previous Year'sThis year’s crop report found that the value of agricultural production in Napa County was only about half the previous year's total, officials said at Tuesday's Board of Supervisors meeting.
North Bay Homeowners Scramble to Prepare Properties for Long Fire SeasonThe North Bay is one of the hot spots dealing with extreme fire danger and residents are busy clearing space around their homes in preparation for a drought-driven wildfire season.
Napa Scholar's Fighting Spirit Has Her Overcoming All ObstaclesClaudia Yanet Garcia has learned not to let anyone or anything hold her back; it's a can-do spirit that shines through in every part of her life, especially when she steps into the ring.
Convicted Sex Offender Found Guilty Of Stalking Elderly Napa County Woman At Her HomeA jury has convicted a man for repeatedly stalking an elderly woman at her home in rural Napa County home, prosecutors said Tuesday.
Wildfires: State Senate Approves Bill Declaring Energy Shut-Offs As Local EmergenciesThe California Senate unanimously approved a bill Thursday that defines power shut-offs during wildfires as local emergencies, meaning governmental bodies can recover expenses.
Napa Homeowners Battling Real Estate Company Converting Houses Into Co-Owned Vacation HomesA new real estate company is buying homes in single-family neighborhoods and reselling them to up to eight owners at a time. Neighbors in Napa Valley say it is making a bad housing crisis even worse.