The California Highway Patrol rescued a hiker who had been pinned by a boulder in rugged terrain.
The drive-through event was held at the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Calistoga, where drivers waited an hour or more for a free turkey and a grocery bag with all the fixings for a holiday meal.
The distribution is first-come, first-serve and all participants should wear a mask.
Raul De Jesus Garcia, 33, pleaded no contest in October to several charges, including forcible rape of a child under 14 and continuous sexual abuse of a child under 14.
The annual music festival, which hasn't happened since 2019, is now pushed to September next year.
Last week California had 13 counties in the purple tier, now it is up to 41.
Positive cases in the county between Nov. 4 and Friday have increased by 357 to 2,432.
Gov. Newsom apologized for attending a birthday dinner for a friend at The French Laundry that exceeded state COVID-19 advice.
Tom Vacar reports.
A Napa family has built a backyard roller coaster modeled on Disney’s famous Matterhorn ride.
Harvest season in Northern California’s wine country is what dream weddings are made of: ripe grapevines and golden sunsets provide ceremonies an alluring backdrop that every year draws millions of visitors.
Napa County Registrar John Tuteur said that as of 5 p.m. Friday, the county's Registrar of Voters office has received and processed 46,869 ballots for Tuesday's presidential election.
The fire is now 70% contained.
There's no word if structures are threatened at this time.
Napa County could soon let restaurants, gyms and houses of worship resume indoor services.
The Napa County sheriff's office released body-camera footage Wednesday showing a sergeant fatally shooting a man who advanced on him with one hand behind his back.
Evacuation orders and warnings for areas in and near the Glass Fire in Napa and Sonoma Counties were lifted Sunday afternoon.
(BCN) -- Firefighters continue to make progress on the Glass Fire burning for the past two weeks in Napa and Sonoma counties, Cal Fire officials said Saturday morning.
These essential front line workers are being treated in a way that angers the very veterans they serve.
The Fullers know they're not alone, badgering county officials about the delay.