Coronavirus Prompts California Cities To Project 2-Year Losses Of $6.7 BillionFrom the Bay Area to Southern California, the state's 482 cities say they will collectively lose $6.7 billion over the next two years because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Famed Bay Area Restaurateur Leads Chefs Suing Insurers Over Denied Virus ClaimsLed by Thomas Keller, who made Yountville's The French Laundry a world-famous landmark of fine dining, a group of chefs who say they have paid millions in insurance premiums over the years are now organizing to demand their claims be paid.
Retrial Ordered In Bias Case Against Thomas Keller Restaurant GroupA California judge has ordered a retrial in a pregnancy discrimination case brought against the Thomas Keller Restaurant Group.
Georgia Man Killed In ATV Crash At Winery South Of YountvilleA Georgia man died Sunday afternoon in an all-terrain vehicle crash at a winery south of Yountville, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Passengers Describe Harrowing Hot Air Balloon Ride Into Live Power LinesPassengers who were riding in the hot air balloon that hit live power lines near Yountville and injuring three people were still shaken Monday night, describing how they felt the balloon pilot failed to do his job.
Early Morning Quake Jolts Wine CountryA 3.7 magnitude earthquake early Sunday morning, rumbled through Northern California's Wine Country, jolting local residents from their beds but causing little damage or injuries..
CHP Releases Details About Fatal Shooting at Yountville Veterans FacilityA report from the California Highway Patrol reveals more details about a deadly hostage standoff at a veterans' facility in Napa County last March.
Prosecutor: Deputy Acted Appropriately During Deadly Yountville StandoffThe Napa County district attorney has released a report saying a deputy acted appropriately during last year's deadly standoff at the Veterans Home of California in Yountville.
Veterans Program Shut Down After Deadly Yountville Hostage StandoffThe Pathway Home, which from 2008 until last March provided mental health therapy for veterans at a facility on the grounds of the California Veterans Home, will not reopen after a shooting that killed the center's director, a psychologist and a therapist.
SF Man Killed In Crash While Celebrating Wedding Anniversary In NapaA San Francisco man who died in a three-vehicle collision Saturday night near Yountville was celebrating his one-year wedding anniversary with his wife, a Napa County sheriff's captain said Monday.
Hundreds Gather At Yountville Memorial For Veterans Home WorkersHundreds of people came together Monday evening to attend a solemn memorial honoring the three mental healthcare workers killed in a standoff on the grounds of the Yountville Veterans home.
Community To Celebrate Yountville Victims LivesHundreds of mourners were expected to attend a Monday memorial service for three employees of The Pathway Home veterans' treatment center who dedicated their lives to helping veterans suffering from PTSD adjust to normal life.
Sheriff: Vet Shot Himself After Killing 3 Mental Health Workers in YountvilleThe Napa County Sheriff's Office said Albert Wong committed suicide after shooting three workers in the head with a rifle at the California Veterans Home in Yountville.
Yountville Shooting Leaves An Impact On Veterans Living With PTSDA U.S. veteran killed three staff members at a veterans' facility in Napa County, raising the question: are veterans with PTSD getting the help they need when they come home?
Family Of Woman Killed In Yountville Tragedy Mourns Heartbreaking LossThe family of one of the women killed at a North Bay veterans home during a tragic shooting spoke on Monday, remembering Dr. Jennifer Golick.