Napa Valley Film Festival Director of Marketing Emma Steele talks about this year's events on The Four with KTVU's Alex Savidge.
Commercial cannabis activities, including processing and sales, will be prohibited during the public input process, but delivery of cannabis products by licensed commercial cannabis businesses operating outside the unincorporated areas will continue.
A winemaker from Napa was sentenced on Friday to five months in prison for his involvement in the college admissions scandal.
Students who are formerly homeless or struggled with substance abuse have learned cooking skills, which have led to careers and a new start. KTVU's Debora Villalon reports from Napa where the Salvation Army culinary school is a recipe for success.
This week's high temperatures are putting a little pressure on the grape harvest in the North Bay. KTVU's Debora Villalon reports Napa Valley winemakers started picking this week and are quickly ramping up since the hot weather accelerates ripening.
Festival organizers say this year's Bottlerock boasts a bigger stage and new restaurants. KTVU's Jana Katsuyama reports.
Cases involving starvation, neglect and sexual abuse targeting developmentally disabled clients in California are not being addressed thoroughly or going unchecked altogether, according to a former North Bay care employee who worked with patients.
A Napa mother said it is a miracle that she and her two children are alive after they were almost hit by an out-of-control car. The driver, a woman in her 60s, will not be cited, police said. KTVU's Cristina Rendon reports.
Surveillance video shows the terrifying moment when a car almost crashed into a woman and two children at a Napa restaurant. KTVU's Amber Lee reports.
Dozens of people gathered for a vigil Wednesday night in memory of Douglas Davis Junior. His grieving family is frustrated no arrest has been made after the man was beaten to death along a well-known cycling trail in Napa.
The police-worn, body-camera video captured the moments leading up to the shooting death of 27-year-old Alejandro Molina by a Napa police officer. Police say Molina grabbed the officer's rifle and fired shots before he was killed. KTVU's Henry Lee reports.
Folks up in wine country would love to see a holiday rush and a favorite place to shop has to be the Oxbow Market in Napa.
Wine country is reeling with word that a college freshman who grew up in Napa Valley was among those killed in a mass shooting in Thousand Oaks.
New generators went into place Wednesday to power the town in case PG&E preemptively pulls the plug for a second time due to a Red Flag Warning, which is raising concerns of fire danger.
It's called Acute Flaccid Myelitis and is a paralyzing illness that resembles polio. Though rare, it has parents uneasy and is spiking in children across the country. Scientists don't have a cure or cause.
A Napa winery's charred remains became a lasting image, illustrating the destruction from the North Bay fires.
Six months after a gunman killed three women at a treatment center for veterans in Yountville, there are still many unanswered questions about what led up to the violence. This week, the California Highway Patrol finished its investigation into the March 9th attack at the Pathway Home.
The National Weather Service says a system could bring dry lightning to parts of Northern California Thursday night. Napa fire crews say lightning is the last thing they need. Debora Villalon reports.
A grass fire in Napa on the afternoon of 4th of July put many people on edge in Napa and may have been started by fireworks.
The owner of a Red Hen restaurant more than 2,000 miles away from a restaurant with the same name that kicked out White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on “moral grounds” is trying to separate the two eateries and their philosophical ideals.