Sneakers and sandwiches -A family collaboration in Santa Rosa
Lou and Dominic Chambrone talk about how food and family and sneakers have all come together in their hometown of Santa Rosa.
Father and son represent Santa Rosa with sandwiches and sneakers
A man who's created a niche empire designing high-end sneakers traces his roots back to Santa Rosa where his father owns the beloved Canaveri's Deli.
Taste of the Town: Santa Rosa
As one of the Bay Area's largest cities, Santa Rosa has a lot of dining options. Some of Sal Castaneda's favorites include the Latino trucks in the Mitote Food Park, the Russian River Brewing Company and Stark's steakhouse.
Zip Trips Trivia: Santa Rosa
How well do you know Santa Rosa? Find out about its connections to Tom Cruise, the wine industry and more.
Santa Rosa: Bay Area's 5th biggest city is gateway to wine country
Santa Rosa is the largest city in the North Bay and the fifth largest in the Bay Area with 170,000 residents. The city has been hit hard twice by earthquakes. But in rebuilding it has become a hub for tourists exploring nearby Wine Country while becoming a destination in its own right for the famous Russian River Brewery's specialty beer.
Zip Trips: Santa Rosa
KTVU's Mornings team visited Santa Rosa, the largest city in the North Bay, for the second Zip Trip this year. As always, we explored the local history and culture, checked out great places to eat, and tested what the locals know about Santa Rosa. Plus, we caught up with a city native who's stepped into the limelight for his shoe designs.
KTVU's Zip Trip takes viewers to Santa Rosa
KTVU Mornings on 2: The Nine went on a special "Zip Trip" to Santa Rosa for a show that highlighted the city's beloved restaurants, bars, and local talent.
California’s longest-serving state worker dies at 102, remembered as a 'remarkable woman'
The longest-serving California state employee in history has died at the age of 102.
Snow, superbloom, lightning: Stunning images of June in California captured by Yosemite photographer
Lightning, snowfall and a stunning capture of a vast superbloom with a snow-covered Sierra mountain range as its backdrop: A Yosemite photographer has captured some eye-catching images of California’s intense June weather and the aftermath of a historically wet winter.
Jury finds Dublin prison manager guilty on all counts of sex abuse
A federal jury found FCI Dublin safety manager John Bellhouse guilty of five counts of sex abuse.
Astrud Gilberto, singer of 'The Girl from Ipanema,' dies at 83
“The Girl from Ipanema" won a Grammy in 1965 for record of the year and Astrud Gilberto received nominations for best new artist and best vocal performance.
San Jose leader to spend night in homeless shelter
San Jose officials are being challenged by a formerly homeless resident to stay in a shelter before voting to open more--and one is up for the offer.
Former Dublin prison safety manager charged with sex abuse puts on no defense case
Although he was expected to testify in federal court in Oakland on Friday, former FCI Dublin prison safety manager John Bellhouse decided against taking the stand and his lawyers chose not to put on a defense case.
Former Dublin prison manager remains silent outside sex abuse trial
The former safety manager at the all-women's Dublin prison stayed silent outside the federal courthouse in Oakland on Wednesday after his second full day of trial.
Voices For Change - May 28, 2023
"Voices For Change" commemorates AAPI Heritage Month with stories about Caam Fest, the nation's largest festival for new Asian and Asian American films. Plus, the San Francisco Giants' mental health consultant shares his deeply personal story to help move others forward.
Dublin prison guard charged with sex crimes an 'awkward loner;' women's allegations under attack
An attorney representing a former FCI Dublin correctional officer charged with sex crimes told a jury that John Bellhouse did not have illegal relations with incarcerated women, whom she described as convicted felons looking for a quick payout and help with their deportation problems.
Former first lady Rosalynn Carter has dementia, family says
Former first lady Rosalynn Carter, wife of former President Jimmy Carter, has dementia, the Carter family announced Tuesday.
UC Berkeley's Black Grad, a space to celebrate 'achievements, resilience' draws backlash from some
Hundreds gathered for a long held tradition on the UC Berkeley campus honoring African American graduates from across the campus, from all levels of study for a collective celebration known as Black Graduation. It’s a culturally rich event lauded by many as a necessary and deserving commemoration, while it also drew backlash from those who said it was discriminatory against other races.
Voices for Change: 49ers encourage high school girls to THINK GOLD
From Season 4, episode 4: the 49ers welcomed more than 90 high school girls to Levi's Stadium, to encourage them to reach their full potential in sports, academics and in the community.
Voices for Change: Giants' Drew Robinson shares his story to help others
From Season 4, episode 4: Giants' mental health consultant Drew Robinson survived a suicide attempt and is now focused on sharing his story and helping others overcome stigmas around seeking help.